Chartered Psychologist, MSc Occupational Psychology, ILM level Seven Executive Coach, ILM Level Seven Coaching Supervisor, Level A + B (intermediate) Psychometric Testing, APM Practitioner, PRINCE 2 Practitioner
Editor – ‘The Coaching Psychologist: The Coaching Psychology Publication for Europe’
Committee member: British Psychological Society Special Group in Coaching Psychology
Chair, Annual Welsh Coaching Conference (2014 to present)
Co-chair, 5th European Coaching Psychology Conference (2015)
Co-chair, 4th International Coaching Psychology Congress (2014)
Psychology at University of South Wales – STEM Ambassador
Visiting Lecturer for Occupational and Business Psychology under- and post-graduate awards
Institute of Leadership and Management Tutor/Assessor for Coaching and Mentoring qualifications
Chair, Association for Coaching’s ‘South Wales Co-Coaching Forum’
Business and Coaching Psychology consultant
Past Chair, BPS Cardiff Hub
Represented psychology on the FBS Employability Forum, USW
Represented University of South Wales on the ‘Psychology Skills Initiative’.
Tee, D., Passmore, J. & Brown, H. (2018). Distinctions in practice within coaching in Wales. The Coaching Psychologist, 14(1), 26-33.
Tee, D., Shearer, D. & Roderique-Davies, G. (2017). The client as active ingredient: ‘Core self-evaluations’ as predictors of coaching outcome variance. International Coaching Psychology Review, 12(2), 57-64.
Turner, A., Tee, D., & Crompton, S. (2017). Critical action learning: a method or strategy for peer supervision of coaching practice. Action Learning: Research & Practice, 14(1)
Dobosz, M. & Tee, D. (2016). Generation Y: Are British organisations ready for younger executive coaches? A Mixed Methods Study, Danish Journal of Coaching Psychology.
Tee, D. (2014, December). Coaching clients as ‘active ingredients’: Insights from psychotherapeutic and counselling research. Paper presented at the Fourth International Congress of Coaching Psychology, British Psychological Society, London.
Tee, D. (2014, March). The importance of Hope in coaching. Paper presented at the First Welsh Coaching Conference, University of South Wales, Cardiff, UK.
Tee, D. (2013, December). Coachee ‘Core Self Evaluations’ as active ingredient in coaching. Paper presented at the Fourth European Coaching Psychology Conference, British Psychological Society, Edinburgh.
Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
British Psychological Society: Division of Occupational Psychology; Special Group in Coaching Psychology
Association for Coaching
Register of Accredited Level A/Intermediate B Psychometric Testing
Helped public and private sector organisations establish coaching cultures
Helped public sector organisations set up project management regimes
Designed and rolled out numerous leadership development programmes
Emergency preparedness training and exercise consultancy for Welsh Government
Doctoral research focuses on the role of the coaching client in coaching outcome variance.
A strong interest in coaching as an intervention in the education sector and also in the role and purpose of coaching supervision for executive and organisational coaches.
Other interests include the efficacy of executive, management and workplace coaching and the use of positive psychology within educational and organizational contexts.
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