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Talent coaching: Proceed with caution (2022)
Presentation / Conference
Mangion-Thornley, K. (2022, September). Talent coaching: Proceed with caution. Poster presented at Global Research Conference, European Mentoring and Coaching Council

This poster presents the characteristics of coaching used for talent management purposes. It argues that talent coaching is a specific intervention that is complex to operationalise due to its multiple roles for various stakeholders including talente... Read More about Talent coaching: Proceed with caution.

Online peer-mentoring for the development of cultural intelligence (2022)
Conference Proceeding
Mangion-Thornley, K. (2022). Online peer-mentoring for the development of cultural intelligence. In LTSE 2021 Conference Proceedings (27-31)

Cultural intelligence (CQ) and intercultural competence have repeatedly been identified as key skills for the development of future global leaders and the recruitment of young graduates. This case study presents an innovative use of peer-mentoring to... Read More about Online peer-mentoring for the development of cultural intelligence.

“It’s a two-way street”: Examining coaching in talent management through the lens of social exchange theory (2022)
Conference Proceeding
Mangion-Thornley, K., Gannon, J., & Wylie, N. (2022). “It’s a two-way street”: Examining coaching in talent management through the lens of social exchange theory. In Applied Research Conference 2022 - Submissions (20-23)

This paper is based on a qualitative case study exploring coaching as a talent management (TM) practice in a global bank. Using social exchange theory as a theoretical lens, it focuses on individual coaching practices embedded in TM programmes target... Read More about “It’s a two-way street”: Examining coaching in talent management through the lens of social exchange theory.

“It’s a two-way street”: examining coaching through the lens of social exchange theory (2022)
Presentation / Conference
Mangion-Thornley, K., Gannon, J., & Wylie, N. (2022, January). “It’s a two-way street”: examining coaching through the lens of social exchange theory. Presented at CIPD Applied Research Conference 2022, Online

This paper is based on a qualitative case study exploring coaching as a talent management (TM) practice in a global bank. Using social exchange theory as a theoretical lens, it focuses on individual coaching practices embedded in TM programmes target... Read More about “It’s a two-way street”: examining coaching through the lens of social exchange theory.

Examining coaching as a talent management practice through the lens of the psychological contract (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Mangion-Thornley, K. (2021, October). Examining coaching as a talent management practice through the lens of the psychological contract. Paper presented at 10th EIASM Talent Management Workshop

Coaching is widely deployed in organisations for talent management purposes. Despite being identified as one of the most effective talent management practices, few empirical studies have examined the perceived role of talent coaching at both individu... Read More about Examining coaching as a talent management practice through the lens of the psychological contract.

Online peer-mentoring for the development of cultural intelligence (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Mangion-Thornley, K. (2021, June). Online peer-mentoring for the development of cultural intelligence. Paper presented at Learning, Teaching & Student Experience 2021 (LTSE 2021), Chartered Association of Business Schools

Cultural intelligence (CQ) and intercultural competence are key skills for the development of future global leaders and the recruitment of young graduates. Mentoring and coaching are increasingly used in Higher Education, yet we lack practical exampl... Read More about Online peer-mentoring for the development of cultural intelligence.

Coaching in the context of talent management: An ambivalent practice (2021)
Journal Article
Mangion-Thornley, K. (2021). Coaching in the context of talent management: An ambivalent practice. International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring, S(15), 4-19. https://doi.org/10.24384/dkvw-da37

Little is known about coaching in the context of talent management, especially the views of talented employees on its role for their career progression and leadership development. This single case study offers a contextualised analysis of the role... Read More about Coaching in the context of talent management: An ambivalent practice.

Absolute Essentials of International Business (2020)
Book
Sitkin, A., & Mangion-Thornley, K. (2020). Absolute Essentials of International Business. Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429022234

As challenges to the era of globalisation emerge, international business grows in importance and complexity as a field of study. This shortform textbook introduces learners to the frameworks within which international business occurs and to the range... Read More about Absolute Essentials of International Business.

Coaching as a social exchange: Examining the role of coaching in talent management (2020)
Thesis
Mangion-Thornley, K. Coaching as a social exchange: Examining the role of coaching in talent management. (Thesis). Oxford Brookes University. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/9512507

This study focuses on the role of coaching in the context of talent and leadership development programmes in a multinational financial services organisation. Coaching is often regarded as a core element of these programmes, and yet there have been fe... Read More about Coaching as a social exchange: Examining the role of coaching in talent management.

How is coaching perceived by leaders engaged in a global talent and leadership development programme? A single case study in the banking and financial services sector (2018)
Conference Proceeding
Mangion-Thornley, K. (2018). How is coaching perceived by leaders engaged in a global talent and leadership development programme? A single case study in the banking and financial services sector. In BAM2018

This study focuses on the role of coaching in talent and leadership development programmes in a multinational financial services organisation. Talent management (TM) and leadership development (LD) are the main priorities and amongst the most challen... Read More about How is coaching perceived by leaders engaged in a global talent and leadership development programme? A single case study in the banking and financial services sector.

How is coaching perceived by leaders engaged in a global talent management and leadership programme? (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Mangion, K. (2017, December). How is coaching perceived by leaders engaged in a global talent management and leadership programme?. Paper presented at The British Psychological Society, Special Group in Coaching Psychology (SGCP), Birmingham

This presentation is based on a PhD study that focuses on the role of coaching in talent and leadership development programmes in a multinational financial services organisation. It analyses the perceptions of leaders who receive coaching as part of... Read More about How is coaching perceived by leaders engaged in a global talent management and leadership programme?.

Is coaching the new teaching approach? (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Mangion-Thornley, K. (2017, July). Is coaching the new teaching approach?. Paper presented at Higher Education Academy Annual Conference 2017: Generation TEF: Teaching in the spotlight, University of Manchester

In the past twenty years, coaching has been broadly defined as a helping strategy that enables people to reach their full potential (Hawkins and Smith, 2006, Whitmore, 2009). As an emerging industry and profession, coaching needed to be defined and d... Read More about Is coaching the new teaching approach?.

How is coaching perceived by leaders engaged in a global talent and leadership development programme? A single case study in the banking and financial services sector (2017)
Working Paper
Mangion-Thornley, K. How is coaching perceived by leaders engaged in a global talent and leadership development programme? A single case study in the banking and financial services sector

This PhD study focuses on the role of coaching in a talent and leadership development programme in a multinational financial services organisation. Talent management (TM) and leadership development (LD) are the main priorities and amongst the most c... Read More about How is coaching perceived by leaders engaged in a global talent and leadership development programme? A single case study in the banking and financial services sector.

Cultural and emotional understanding (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Mangion-Thornley, K. (2015, September). Cultural and emotional understanding. Presented at Queen Elizabeth II Academy for Leadership in International Affairs Chatham House- The Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House- The Royal Institute of International Affairs, London UK

This workshop explores the characteristics of UK culture, how to best manage and take advantage of cultural differences and how to act in different cultures.

Global coaching: An integrated approach for long-lasting results (2013)
Journal Article
Mangion-Thornley, K. (2013). Global coaching: An integrated approach for long-lasting results. International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring, 11(2), 124-126. https://doi.org/10.24384/IJEBCM/11/2

This review examines Rosinksi's integrated approach to global coaching (2010). How can coaching support global leaders to face complexity in an interconnected world? How can it contribute to make an impact at a global level? Building on his research... Read More about Global coaching: An integrated approach for long-lasting results.