Articles:

 

Torbrand, P. & Ellam-Dyson, V. (2015). The experience of cognitive behavioural group coaching with college students: An IPA study exploring its effectiveness. International Coaching Psychology Review. 10 (1), 76-93

 

Ogilvy, H. & Ellam-Dyson, V. (2012). Line managers involvement in coaching: Help or hindrance? A content analysis study. International Coaching Psychology Review

 

Ellam-Dyson, V. & Palmer, S. (2011). Leadership coaching? No thanks I'm not worthy. The Coaching Psychologist, 7 (2), 108-117

Ellam-Dyson, V. & Palmer, S. (2010). Rational coaching with perfectionistic leaders to overcome avoidance of leadership responsibilities. The Coaching Psychologist, 6 (2), 81-87

 

Ellam-Dyson (2009). Viewpoint: Think Again. Coaching at Work, 4(2), p19
 
Ellam-Dyson, V. and Palmer, S. (2008). The challenges of researching executive coaching. The Coaching Psychologist, 4(2), 79-84
 
Ellam-Dyson, V. and Palmer, S. (2008). Exploring the links between unhelpful leadership beliefs and unhelpful leadership behaviours. Leadership Academy MOLIE 1(5), 25-26.

Ellam, V. and Palmer, S. (2006). To achieve or not to achieve - that is the question: Does frustration tolerance influence goal achievement in coaching clients? The Coaching Psychologist, 2(2), 27-30
 
Ellam, V. and Palmer, S. (2006). Does parent coaching improve quality of parenting and children's behaviour? The Coaching Psychologist, 2(1), 34-37

 

 

 

Conference Talks: 

 

Ellam-Dyson, V. Perfectionism as a risk factor for leader derailment. Keynote presentation at Barefoot Coaching Spring Conference, Loughborough, April 2015

 

Ellam-Dyson, V. Laissez-faire leadership: Causes, consequences, and the question of coachability. Invited speaker presentation at SGCP 4th International Congress, London, December, 2014

 

Ellam-Dyson, V. Leaders' perfectionist beliefs as predictors of potential leadership derailment. Paper presented at the AREBT conference, London, October, 2014.

 

Ellam-Dyson, V. Perfectionism as a contributor to leader derailment: Implications for coaching psychologists in their work with leaders. Paper presented at the SGCP 4th European Coaching Psychology Conference at Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, December 2013

Ellam-Dyson, V. Adapting perfectionist beliefs using methods from Rational Emotive Behaviour Coaching to improve leadership effectiveness. Workshop presented at the SGCP 4th European Coaching Psychology Conference at Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, December 2013

Webster, M. & Ellam-Dyson, V.  Resistance to coaching: a study exploring the experiences of seven executive coaches using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. Poster presented at the SGCP 4th European Coaching Psychology Conference at Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, December 2013

 

Ellam-Dyson, V. Removing the shackles of perfectionism: Empowering leaders and the people they lead. Invited speaker presentation at Association for Business Psychologists Annual Conference, Reading, October 2013

 

Ellam-Dyson, V. Unconditional self acceptance: Potential barrier to leadership coaching? Paper presented at the SGCP 3rd European Coaching Psychology Conference at City University, London, December 2011

Ogilvy, H. & Ellam-Dyson, V.  Line managers involvement in coaching: Their role and its impact on coaching outcomes.  Poster presented at the SGCP 3rd European Coaching Psychology Conference at City University, London, December 2011

Ellam-Dyson, V.  Fear of failing = risk of derailing: Coaching psychology to the rescue. Invited speaker presentation at the COPC 1st International Congress of Coaching Psychology, Barcelona, October 2011

Ellam-Dyson V. Rational coaching with leaders to reduce the risk of derailment. Invited paper at the SIOPSA IGCCP 1st International Congress of Coaching Psychology, Southern Hemisphere Event, Johannesburg, May 2011

 

Ellam-Dyson, V. Rational coaching with leaders to improve employee engagement. Invited speaker presentation at the SGCP 1st International Congress of Coaching Psychology, City University, London, December 2010

 

Ellam-Dyson, V. Rational coaching: Exploring embedded beliefs in leaders. Workshop presented at the Australian Psychological Society IGCP National Symposium, Melbourne, November 2010

 

Ellam-Dyson, V. and Palmer, S. The effects of leaders beliefs and behaviours on employee engagement and team climate: Implications for executive coaching. Paper presented at the SGCP 2nd European Coaching Psychology Conference at Royal Holloway, University of London, December 2009

Ellam-Dyson, V. and Palmer, S. Research findings on the (potential) efficacy of Rational Emotive Behaviour Coaching with executives. Paper presented at the AREBT Conference, London, May 2009

 

Ellam-Dyson, V. Introducing Psychology into Workplace Coaching using the SPACE model Workshop presented at the BPS Postgraduate Occupational Psychology Conference, Blackpool, 2009

 

Ellam-Dyson, V. and Palmer, S. Exploring the Usefulness of REBC in Preventing Leadership Derailment. Paper presented at the SGCP 1st European Coaching Psychology Conference at University of Westminster, London, 2008

Ellam-Dyson, V. Using the SPACE Model for Coaching in the Workplace. Workshop presented at the Postgraduate Occupational Psychology Conference, Straford-Upon-Avon, 2008

Ellam-Dyson, V. and Palmer, S. Exploring Low Frustration Tolerance in Leaders to Inform Executive Coaching. Paper presented at the SGCP 3rd National Coaching Psychology Conference at City University, London, 2007
 
Ellam-Dyson, V. and Palmer, S. The Effect of Low Frustration Tolerance on Goal Achievment in the Coaching Context. Poster presented at the SGCP 1st International Coaching Psychology Conference at City University, London, 2006

 

Invited talks:

 

Ellam-Dyson, V. Just How Could the Use of Psychology in Executive Coaching Prevent Leadership Derailment? A Scientific & CPD Meeting organised by The British Psychological Society Welsh Branch & The Association of Business Psychologists, Cardiff, 2009
 
Ellam-Dyson, V. The Challenges of Researching the Benefits of Coaching. MOD Coaching Day, Shrivenham, 2007

 

 

Book reviews:

 

Review of Leadership Coaching: Working with leaders to develop elite performance. Jonathan Passmore (Ed). Reviewed in The Coaching Psychologist, Vol.16 (2)

Review of The Coach's Coach: Personal development for personal developers. Alison Hardingham, with Mike Brearley, Adrian Moorhouse and Brendan. Reviewed in Coaching Psychology International, Vol.1 (1) p.12 Oct 2008