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Mrs Rebecca Jones

Full time doctoral student

Work & Organisational Psychology Group

Rebecca Jones

Education:

  • Aston Certificate in Learning and Teaching Portfolio due for Submission January 2013
  • MSc Occupational Psychology (University of Gloucestershire, 2011)
  • BSc (Hons) Psychology with Marketing Management (University of Gloucestershire, 2001)

Thesis Title:

Does the FFM and CSE impact on executive coaching effectiveness? A theoretical model, meta-analysis and longitudinal study.

Research Interests:

  • Executive coaching
  • Personality
  • Multi-rater feedback
  • Workplace leadership development
  • Training effectiveness

Professional Membership:

  • British Psychological Society
  • BPS Division of Occupational Psychology
  • BPS Special Group in Coaching Psychology
  • Associate Member of the Association for Coaching
  • Affiliate Member of the International Society for Coaching Psychology
  • Verified Assessor (BPS Level A & B Qualifications in Occupational testing)

Teaching:

  • Psychology & Work (BH3328/BH2239)
  • Psychology & Work (PY3342)
  • Assessment Performance & Reward (BHM347)
  • International Perspectives on Organisations (B1109)

Conferences Papers:

  • Jones, R. J. (2012, January). The influence of the five factor model of personality, self-verification theory and referral mechanism on the perceived effectiveness of executive coaching. Poster presented at the BPS DOP Annual Conference, Chester, England.
  • Jones, R. J. (2011, December). The influence of the Five Factor Model of personality and referral mechanism on the perceived effectiveness of executive coaching. Poster presented at the 3rd European Coaching Psychology Conference, London, England.

Editorial Membership:

  • Reviewer (Coaching an International Journal of Theory, Research & Practice; International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring.)

Employable Graduates; Exploitable Research