“In times of turmoil the danger lies not in the turmoil but in facing it with yesterday’s logic” Peter Drucker
Are we ready to step outside our comfort zone of business as usual and integrate climate realities faced by our clients into our work and navigate a more positive future?
The course will:
- Provide ways of being as well as tools and techniques and insights.
- Provide time to listen, reflect, learn and experiment together with other like-minded coaches and supervisors.
- Leave you feeling inspired to have a greater positive impact on the world around us.
- Support you with clear next steps for integrating this into your coaching practice and community.
- Inspire you to act on your values and bring them into coaching and supervision conversations.
- Allow you to be yourself in a safe space. The mastery of coaching comes with practice and experimentation.
Investigate your values, where you are now?
Nurture your strengths with confidence
Sense what’s yours to do/be/serve
Pause, reflect on what matters and what you need
Ignite your identity and integrate into your practice
Respond plan and decide on your path
Engage with clients colleagues and wider communities
Where you are is perfect. Would you like to be part of a collective global purpose which sets out the role of coaching and supervision, contributing to and in service of a life affirming global culture with respect and care for the planet and future generations?
Business leaders are aware of the need to adjust their ‘business as usual’ models in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the climate and ecological crisis. Coaching, like all other service professions, is now asking itself what is needed for the profession to be ready for the future. Are we asking the right questions? How can we have a greater impact in response to what the world needs?
This course will support all those in service and support of others.
About the Course
Explore, learn and discover. Emergent and experiential in style. Cross-cultural buddies to reflect and support each others actions in between modules.’
Three Modules commencing:
Cohort 3 – 9.00-15.00 GMT on 22nd February, 8th March, 22nd March 2022
Cohort 4 – 12.00-18.00 BST on 24th May, 7th June, 21st June 2022
Maximum 16 participants for each cohort
Course cost: £775 per participant (maximum 16 per cohort)
Early bird 10% offer before 20th December 2021 using code YDQECX8R at checkout.
We will consider reducing the fee for those who are living in difficult circumstances.
About the facilitators:
Lydia Stevens and Jackie Arnold came together through the Climate Coaching Alliance. Jackie is an author, executive coach and supervisor who was on the first board of the UK ICF and was involved in setting up their Ethics and Standards. Lydia is an executive coach working mainly with CEOs, senior executives and founders of purpose-driven organisations. Her career was established through starting, growing and selling an international development consultancy called Triple Line.
Our perspective is that coaching is a means to an end and not an end in itself.