Ellen B. Van Oosten
Visiting Assistant Professor, Organizational Behavior
Faculty Director, Executive Education
Case Western Reserve University
(216) 368-0445 (office)
(440) 567-3109 (cell)
Related Research Interests
My broad research agenda centers on the study of the role of how individuals and organizations grow, develop and change in sustainable ways. Under this umbrella, I am curiosity about the impact of such constructs as executive coaching processes, coaching relationships, high-quality connections, positive emotions and leadership development initiatives on desired learning and performance outcomes. When I’m not studying coaching and coaching relationships, I coach senior leaders in executive education programs, deliver coaching workshops and teach in the MBA, Executive MBA, Masters of Engineering Management, Law and Undergraduate programs at Case Western Reserve University.
- Boyatzis, R., Smith, M., Van Oosten, E. & Woolford, L. (2013). Developing resonant leaders through emotional intelligence, vision and coaching. Organizational Dynamics, Vol 42, 17-24.
- Smith, M., Van Oosten, E., & Boyatzis, R.E. (2009). Coaching for sustained desired change. In R. Woodman, W. Pasmore, & A. Shani, (Eds). Research in Organization Development and Change, Vol 17, pp. 145-174.