Researcher development embedded within a culture of integrity
Established in 2014, Halocline Coaching & Consultancy provides a bespoke service for corporate and private clients.
With a portfolio of experience, including fifteen years working in and with the Higher Education sector, I draw on expertise acquired through academic, professional, and creative contexts to provide executive and personal leadership coaching and ethics consultancy:
- collaborating with individuals and organisations to support the development of resonant, reflective, ethical leadership
- enhancing research integrity and ethics provision through researcher development and research governance review
- exploring the broader contexts of professional integrity and ethics both within and outwith the Higher Education sector
Would we work well together? Let’s talk.
The POSTnote on Integrity in Research (January 2017) summarises the key approaches to supporting, and the challenges around, good research practice in the UK .
Grey areas. You know the ones I mean. They’re so tricky because, well, they’re grey. There’s no definition, no differentiation, no black and white. Just one opaque, perhaps conflicted, even disorientating situation.
Henry Marsh, the English brain surgeon, likens the decision whether – and when – to operate to playing Russian Roulette with two revolvers. Most of us do not face such dilemmas on a daily basis.