Behavioural Scientist at CoachHub
Rosie is a behavioural scientist at CoachHub, where she applies insights from coaching psychology, positive psychology, neuroscience and behavioural science directly into digital coaching programmes and an approach that drives individual and organisational transformation. She works as part of the in-house research and development team, the Coaching Lab, and contributes to the advancement of the science of coaching and behaviour change; in addition to working both internally with in-house researchers and with world-class external academic teams to design and execute groundbreaking studies. Rosie began her career pursuing clinical psychology, which included experience in the UK’s National Health Service, applying behavioural science to personalised curriculums for children with autism spectrum disorder, and completing a masters degree in Mental Health Studies from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Neuroscience (IoPPN). The British Psychological Society and European Conference on Positive Psychology have invited Rosie to present her research. During this time she developed a profound understanding of evidence-based interventions and the trajectories of mental health disorders. Rosie became passionate about preventative approaches. Rosie specialised in approaches that can be applied to a wide range of organisations; focused on helping individuals and organisations to thrive. She specialised in positive psychology and coaching, with a focus on applying mindfulness, compassion, strengths, performance motivation and wellbeing to the world of work. This included leading the design, delivery and evaluation of multiple in-person and online leadership and professional development programmes. She continues her passion for education as an International Positive Education Network (IPEN) representative for Germany.
Leadership development was rapidly changing; even before 2020. As our understanding of the importance of human skills in impactful leadership grew, so did the popularity in leadership styles such as compassionate, servant, and coaching. Whilst training remains an essential part of any leadership development programme, initiatives are often missing one key ingredient; personalisation. In the coaching process, coachees develop their own solutions that are tailored to their respective context and the support provided by a coach is highly personalised and focused. This increases the transfer rate of what has been learned and reflected upon into everyday life, and leads to positive effects on the individual and the organisation. Join this session with CoachHub Behavioural Scientist, Rosie Evans, to learn how to embed coaching into your leadership development programmes, to explore how coaching can benefit leaders including and beyond the c-suite, and how to scale and measure its impact with digital coaching.