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13th November 2020

From Ego to Eco-coaching – a special workshop

In this workshop for APECS on Monday 23rd November, Professor Peter Hawkins and Eve Turner will examine what we thought we knew about coaching, and how that is shifting. From the Covid-19 pandemic to climate change, what does systemic coaching really mean, and how do we work systemically and keep the needs of the whole […]

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21st October 2020

Coaching professional bodies facilitate 6 events jointly on climate change

Nine professional bodies are co-hosting a unique series of six webinars called “Climate crisis – how can coaching help?” between 2 and 13 November. These webinars will consider the climate and ecological crisis and the role of coaching, coaching psychology, mentoring and supervision. You are welcome to register for whichever of the 6 fit your […]

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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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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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2nd June 2020

Future Challenges and the Contribution of Coaching

What a great topic for discussion! I am really looking forward to this session with APECS immediate past chair David Lane. It is on 25th June 0830-1030 UK time. David will look at the future needs of coaching; how we enable organizations to deal with multiple changes without necessarily having clarity on the causation. All […]

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