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9th September 2020

Countdown to 1st October and a crucial conversation

24 sessions, 24 hours, 48 hosts, one conversation. The topic permission to action, global and local – making our difference in the ecological and climate crisis. Do join free, on the hour, any hour, for 24 hours. If you’d like a local host then join at lunchtime, but choose anytime from midnight to midnight UTC […]

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26th August 2020

24-hour global climate conversation on October 1st

The Climate Coaching Alliance is so excited to be running its second 24-hour conversation. The conversation starts in New Zealand and moves west over the course of the 24 hours with 2 different hosts in every time zone. And the aim is to go from permission to action, and connect globally and locally. If you […]

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13th August 2020

The Necessary Revolution in Coaching from Ego-centric to Eco-centric

Following a highly successful session at the Coaches Rising conference in July, attended by six hundred people, Professor Peter Hawkins and I are leading a session for APECS, the Association for Professional Executive Coaching and Supervision on the next steps for coaching against the background of Covid-19 and climate change. There are limited places for […]

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12th July 2020

What are coaches being called to do?

The Climate Coaching Alliance (CCA) is offering a free webinar on coaching and climate change on Monday July 20th. Find out more about the CCA as Alison Whybrow, Josie McLean and Eve Turner explore questions with you like what coaches are being called to contribute, individually and through their coaching in this rapidly changing world […]

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26th June 2020

So I think I know me?

I am delighted to be supporting Judy Ryde as she facilitates a 90-minute workshop on cultural assumption for APECS on 9th July at lunchtime (UK time). It is free and open to everyone, members and non-members so please do attend if you are able. The Indian philosopher Krishnamurthy said: “You might think you are thinking […]

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