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Francine Campone
Francine Campone, EdD, MCC, MAC
Director, Evidence Based Coaching Program 
Denver, CO

fcampone@fielding.edu

EdD, MCC, MAC
 

Areas of Instruction:

  • Evidence-Based Coaching
  • Theory and Practice
 

Scholarly & Professional Interests:

  • Adult learning and development
  • Coaching-related research
  • Professional education in coaching
 

Professional Memberships:

  • International Coach Federation
  • Association of Coaches
 

Publications:

  • Life's Thumbprint: The Impact of life experiences on coaches and their coaching. (in press) (co-authored with Deepa Awal) Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice
  • The Reflective Coaching Practitioner Model.(2011) In Supervision in Coaching: Supervision, Ethics and Continuous Professional Development. J.Passmore (ed.) Kagan.
  • Current Research on Coaching. In The Knowledge Based Coaching Handbook. L. Wildflower and D. Brennan, (eds.),    2011 Jossey-Bass Business & Management Series.
  • Connecting the Dots: Coaching Research Past, Present and Future. In The Philosophy and Practice of Coaching. D. Drake, D. Brennan and K. Gortz (eds.) 2008. John Wiley & Sons
  • Proceedings of the International Coach Federation Research Symposia (2003, 2004, 2005,2006) co-editor
 

Presentations:

  • From Uh-Oh to Aha! Using Critical Incidents in Coaching. Presented at the International Coach Federation Conference, 2008, St. Louis, Missouri
  • Connecting the Dots: Coaching Research from the Past into the Future. Presented at the European Coaching Conference, June 2008, Geneva, Switzerland.

 

 

Funded Grants/Contracts:

Francine Campone is an executive and personal coach and coach educator. She specializes in coaching professionals to stretch into the requirements and expectations of executive leadership. Since 2001, Francine has coached men and women in corporate, education and nonprofit sectors, with extensive experience in helping women executives find their voice and become strategic leaders. Her coaching focuses on helping leaders to acquire the skills to clearly articulate vision; generate engagement and commitment; facilitate change within organizations and to communicate clearly and effectively. Specific communication coaching has helped leaders change from confrontational to collaborative styles and to learn how to effectively hold difficult conversations and give effective performance feedback.   Previous clients include leaders in Xerox Corporation, Rio Tinto, Earth Share, NetAid, CASA and the Calvert and Kellogg Foundations.
Francine has provided academic leadership to the Evidence-Based coaching program for four years, ensuring currency of evidence and research in the curriculum and program activities. She has designed and teaches course in evidence-based coaching theory, coaching research methods and the uses of case study.
 

Professional Experience:

Francine Campone is an executive and personal coach and coach educator. She specializes in coaching professionals to stretch into the requirements and expectations of executive leadership. Since 2001, Francine has coached men and women in corporate, education and nonprofit sectors, with extensive experience in helping women executives find their voice and become strategic leaders. Her coaching focuses on helping leaders to acquire the skills to clearly articulate vision; generate engagement and commitment; facilitate change within organizations and to communicate clearly and effectively. Specific communication coaching has helped leaders change from confrontational to collaborative styles and to learn how to effectively hold difficult conversations and give effective performance feedback.   Previous clients include leaders in Xerox Corporation, Rio Tinto, Earth Share, NetAid, CASA and the Calvert and Kellogg Foundations.

Francine has provided academic leadership to the Evidence-Based coaching program for four years, ensuring currency of evidence and research in the curriculum and program activities. She has designed and teaches course in evidence-based coaching theory, coaching research methods and the uses of case study.

 

Other Professional Activities:

She has served as vice chair and chair of the International Coach Federation Research Committee and currently leads a collaborative group of scholars in a long-term global study on the development of coaching mastery. Francine is a member of the on-going ICF Task Force on coach education. She serves on the Board of Directors of the Graduate School Alliance of Executive Coaching Programs (GSAEC). Francine researched and contributed three sections to the GSAEC document on Standards for Graduate Education in Coaching.   
 
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