Links to organisational psychology related sites


2008 The Dublin Declaration On Coaching In 2008, coaches, academics and thought leaders from all over the world gathered in Dublin to examine the state of the emerging profession of coaching. The declaration that resulted has provided a backdrop for coaching and remains a seminal document in the field. DEAP founder, Darren Eger was a member of the sixty three strong symposium responsible for the declaration’s production.
Australian Psychological Society The APS has a group dedicated to coaching psychology. Interest Group in Coaching Psychology facilitates the theoretical, applied and professional development of Coaching Psychology as an emerging theoretical and applied sub-discipline of Psychology. Coaching Psychology, as an applied positive psychology, draws on and develops established psychological approaches, and can be understood as being the systematic application of behavioural science to the enhancement of life experience, work performance and wellbeing for individuals, groups and organisations who do not have clinically significant mental heath issues or abnormal levels of distress.

Australian Institute of Management    Australia's largest professional body for managers, the Australian Institute of Management (AIM) facilitates management and leadership excellence by promoting, supporting and developing the profession of management in all its forms.

Executive Empowerment Pty Ltd  Executive Empowerment’s services are designed to unlock workforce potential and create an environment where change is attainable. A multi-layered, value-adding approach is the key to achieving sustainability and longevity in modern, competitive and complex industries. This site contains information about the services and consultants of Executive Empowerment.

SGCP The Special Group in Coaching Psychology (SGCP) was established to provide psychologists with a means of sharing research as well as practical experiences that relate to the psychology of coaching. As SGCP has developed the focus is not just on coaching psychologists, but also on coaches who are interested in using psychology in their coaching.