Dr Joanna Molyn


Dr Joanna Molyn is an academic researcher and a certified coach with 20+ years of diverse experience in higher education, investment banking, management consultancy and leadership training. She qualified as a coach from Henley Business School and is a Solutions Focus Trainer. Joanna has wide experience of coaching in the corporate sector and is also a trauma-informed coach.

Joanna is a Senior Lecturer and Events co-ordinator for Oxford Brookes University Coaching and Mentoring Society (OBCaMS) and leads on several programmes on Coaching at the university.

In 2017 Joanna was a recipient of a Harnisch grant from the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School. She has presented her research as guest speaker and at conferences, including at Harvard and MIT. Joanna is a winner of the Best (co-authored) Article Award' in the Coaching at Work 2020 Editor's Awards. Her research, using experimental (randomised controlled trials) design looks at effectiveness of coaching interventions including traditional coaching, Artificial Intelligence bot app coaching and career coaching in Higher Education.

In her coaching work she is able to count in media professionals and executives at several City of London financial institutions as well as entrepreneurs and business school students. In 2009 Joanna devised a successful resilience building coaching workshop programme which she has been delivering to students at the University of Greenwich since then and where she is currently an active member of the University’s Coaching Network.

Joanna’s interest in leadership development programmes has led to significant client engagements including the BBC, BNY Mellon, the Malaysian public sector and to budding entrepreneurs supported by funding from the European Union.


The courses consists of video presentations, reading materials, quizzes and assessments.