Erik de Haan is the Director of the Centre for Coaching at Hult Ashridge Executive Education; and Professor of Organization Development, VU University Amsterdam. His focus is on organization-development consulting, action learning, peer consultation, politics and power in organizations, executive coaching and emotional aspects of working in teams and organizations. I enjoy supervising other consultants.
Erik de Haan has published nearly two hundred (professional/research) articles and 12 books. His first was a book about King Lear and its lessons for managers and consultants (1997) - published in English as The consulting Process as Drama. More recently, he has written Learning with Colleagues (2001), Coaching with Colleagues (2004), Fearless Consulting (2005), Relational Coaching (2007), Supervision in Action (2011), The Leadership Shadow (2014), Being Supervised (2016) and the Pocketbook Team Coaching (2017) all available in Dutch, English and other languages. My edited books include Coaching Relationships (2012) and Behind Closed Doors: stories from the coaching room (2013). His latest book is the Critical Moments in Executive Coaching which is the first complete handbook of qualitative research in coaching (2019).
Erik is a member of the editorial board for APA's Consulting Psychology Journal, the Journal of Philosophy of Management and the Dutch Journal of Coaching. He is also a fully qualified psychodynamic psychotherapist, registered with the British Psychoanalytic Council.