Dr. Laura Hauser is a certified executive coach, strategic change consultant, graduate-level educator, author, and conference speaker. She works with corporate leaders and coach professionals who want to unite people toward a compelling vision; align and build cohesive teams; and strengthen leadership skills required for the delivery of sound business results. She is known as a leading expert in the emerging research and practice of team coaching. Prestigious organizations such as The Conference Board and the International Coach Federation (ICF) feature Dr. Hauser for her expertise in team coaching. Dr. Hauser serves as adjunct faculty for Fielding Graduate University’s Evidence-Based Coaching Program. She also designed and teaches an advanced course in Team Coaching at Fielding Graduate University and Royal Roads University. She holds a PhD from Fielding Graduate University. Dr. Hauser earned a master's degree in organization development through Pepperdine University, where she also serves as adjunct faculty for the Graziadio School of Business and Management.
Industry Expertise (4)
Areas of Expertise (8)
Professional Certified Coach (PCC) (professional)
International Coach Federation (2009)
Effective Organizational Intervening Certificate (professional)
Gestalt Institute Cleveland (2008)
Senior Team Alignment and Team Development Certification (professional)
Intégro Leadership Institute (2001)
Fielding Graduate University: PhD, Management 2012
Pepperdine University, The George L. Graziado School of Business and Management: MS, Organization Development 1993
- International Coach Federation : Member
- Organization Development Network : Member
- Academy of Management : Member
- American Society of Training and Development : Member
- Orgdyne Coach Consultants Consortium : Member
- Evidence-Based Coaching Community Connections Newsletter : Co-Editor
- Pepperdine University, Graziadio School of Management and Business : Adjunct Faculty
- Leadership Strategies International : Founder
Media Appearances (3)
Blog: Learning from Learners
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Almost all of us know the “Golden Rule”: treat others as you would like to be treated. Fewer people know the “Iron Rule”: never do for someone else what they can do for themselves...
Team Coaching vs. Group Coaching
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Depending on who you are the answer to this question seems obvious, irrelevant, or supremely important. Or maybe you don’t think there is a difference. But as you think about it more, the distinction can seem further nuanced and confusing...
Advanced Group & Team Coaching This Week At Royal Roads University
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I'm spending time in Victoria this week with Royal Roads University for their advanced coaching course "Group and Team Coaching." It is always a wonderful experience to assist these leaders in their ongoing professional development and help prepare them for future success. A hint of what we'll talk about this week: learning about the differences between groups and teams, the complexities of coaching teams, and how to be an effective coach with both...
Event Appearances (8)
The Complexity of Coaching Teams
The Conference Board: 12th Annual Executive Coaching Conference guest speaker New York City, Times Square
Coaching Work Teams: Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice
San Diego Society for Human Resource Management Chapter guest speaker San Diego, CA
Shape-Shifting: A conceptual framework for coaching work teams
Fielding Graduate University Human and Organization Development conference workshop Santa Barbara, CA
Knowledge-Based Coaching for Work Teams
Vancouver Island International Coach Federation Chapter Guest Lecture Webinar
Are you flying-by-the-seat-of-your-pants or using knowledge-based coaching?
Society of Human Resource Management Guest Lecture San Diego, CA
Professional Coaches, Mentors, and Advisors Association Guest Lecture Pasadena, CA
Evidence-Based Coaching or Fly-By-The-Seat-Of-Your-Pants Coaching: What Do Your Clients Want?
(2009, October) OD Network Annual Conference, co-presenter Seattle, WA
Pepperdine University Annual MSOD Master of Science in Organizational Development Conference Carmel, CA
(2014) , 5(2), 48-71.
Introduction. In L. Wildflower, The Hidden History of Coaching, 2013. 11-12.
Hauser, L. (2011). In L. Wildflower & D. Brennan (Eds.), The
handbook of knowledge-based coaching: Theory and practice. West Sussex, England.
Successful executive coaching facilitates growth, positive change, and improved performance. As the coaching field explodes, many OD practitioners hang an executive coaching shingle to capitalize on this trend. Yet executive coaching lacks the standards, research, and metrics to ensure efficacy. Executive coaches need evidence-based practices (Stober, Wildflower & Drake, 2006) to demonstrate not only skill and knowledge but also effectiveness.
In N. Breuer (Ed.) Wisdom of ASTD-LA [American Society for Training and Development, Los Angeles]