We’ll be doing this again sometime soon, but below you’ll find all the details for the 24 Hour Conversation that we ran on 1st of October.
We look forward to seeing you at the next one!
1 OCTOBER 2020
Wherever you live in the world, if you have a free hour between midnight and midnight UTC on Thursday 1st October, then join us in an exciting, challenging, engaging, collaborative conversation with other coaches around the world.
On Thursday 1st October the 24-hour Global Climate Coaching Conversation returns to host another round of thought provoking and inspiring sessions for coaches from around the world.
Our vision is for the 24-hour Global Climate Coaching Conversation to become a catalyst for meaningful conversations that accelerate the emergence of a human story aligned with a living Earth.
Earlier this year the Coaching at Work magazine facilitated the successful Climate Coaching Action Day on 5th March, 2020, in which the Climate Coaching Alliance took part with their ambitious 24-hour conversation. This brought together coaches from across the earth to discuss the journey from eco-curious to eco-active. The months following this event have seen greater awareness and urgency around the climate emergency as well as some insight into the societal shifts that are required. Whilst providing a moment to pause, the Covid-19 global pandemic has further highlighted the urgent need to restore a sustainable balance and regenerate our natural and human made systems.
The second 24-hour Global Conversation will be held on 1st October from midnight to midnight UTC. On the hour every hour, we will be handing over from country to country, starting in New Zealand at what will be 13:00 local time and finishing in Hawaii at 13:00 local time. Note: The conversation taking place at 16:00 UTC will be in Spanish.
The 1st October 24-hour Global Climate Coaching Conversation is about bringing a shift “from permission to action, globally and locally”.
From Permission To Action
We are often asked “How do coaches bring the climate and ecological emergencies into coaching conversations“? What do we mean by permission? What do we need permission for? And what action might we take? The conversation on 1st October will be a space to explore these questions in more depth, to share experiences, discuss opportunities and find some answers aligned with our diverse coaching contexts.
The conversations will be facilitated by the following hosts at the times given. Click on the names to view the host profiles, or scroll down to see details of all the hosts. Check your local time here.
Times in UTC
00:00 Mary Britton & Val Panui
01:00 Yvonne McLean & Alice Howard-Vyse
02:00 Sally Gillespie & Jeanine Bailey
03:00 Judy McLennan & Diana Collett
04:00 Deana Peng & Sabrina Park
05:00 Julie Zhang & Travis Green
06:00 Sim-Choo Khoo & Frances Penafort
07:00 Rashmi Shetty & Myah Payel Mitra
08:00 Dr Anne Dolly Kuzhimadathil & Ram Ramanathan
09:00 Mohammad Issa & Marina Jankovic
10:00 Katerina Kanelidou & Hetty Einzig
11:00 Musa Nxumalo & Wassili Zafiris
Times in UTC
12:00 Rita Symons & Liz Hall
13:00 David Lane & Kenza Khomsi
14:00 Peter Hawkins & Zoe Cohen
15:00 Nigel Cumberland & Lise Lewis
16:00 Aida Frese & Fabiola Solís Plaza (in Spanish)
17:00 Laly Irazabal & Damian Goldvarg
18:00 Carlos Paulet & Magda Mook
19:00 Katherine Holt & Barrett C. Brown
20:00 David Drake & Lily Seto
21:00 Janet M Harvey & David Matthew Prior
22:00 Tessa Bailey & Oriana Tickell
23:00 Keiko Hsu & Sara Spencer
Aotearoa (New Zealand)
Leadership Coach and Facilitator, wife, Mum, daughter, sister and friend
Systems Leadership: Coach, Convenor & Facilitator, Wildworker
How might we bring the best of our humanity to shaping a regenerative future? How might we best serve the Climate Crisis and generations that come after us? These questions continually guide my practice. Though the scale of the challenges often feels overwhelming, what helps is to know we’re not alone, and by aligning personal intent and collective action, we create opportunities to reweave a new, more hopeful narrative, together.
Climate psychology researcher, eco-psychologist , writer, community gardener
What I learnt from my climate psychology research was how vital it is to provide safe spaces for open conversations about the feelings and thoughts that the existential climate crisis stirs in us. Such conversations spark creativity, develop emotional resilience, forge deep bonds and empower action. CCA’s Global Conversation will open hearts and minds, and seed transformative communities and actions. It’s the kind of conversation that helps heal our world.
Coach (ICF MCC), Coaching business owner
For many, many years I’ve noticed governments aren’t doing enough to heed warnings from experts that we are heading into – if not already in – an environmental crisis. We are constantly witnessing the brutality of climate change, including the fierce fires in here in Australia and in California. We can make a difference by coming together with a united voice and a consistent message to support an earth we can all live in with its unique and beautiful creatures, and precious ecosystems.
Gold Coast, Australia
Executive Coach & Team Coach, Mom
Two years ago, I attended an environmental crisis project exhibition that my son was working on at school. Watching our next generations striving to save our planet and fighting for their future struck me hard. It was time for me to take actions – I joined the CCA global conversation to contribute with people around the world to make a difference for the present and the future.
Executive Coach and facilitator PCC, Founder of Positive 100 Days Project – world peace movement
Seoul, South Korea
PCC, Executive Coach & Supervisor, Reflective Partner, Mum, Sister
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Heightened consciousness and lifestyle shift when I embarked in a global ecosystem sustainability program. A spark lit up to be a catalyst, starting with transforming own vegetable and fruit waste into plants; in taking positive steps towards a better planet.
Dr Frances Penafort
Seeker, Voice & Attitudinal coach, Mother
Myah Payel Mitra
Dr. Anne Dolly Kuzhimadathil
Over the years, I have learnt that focus does not mean that we become blind to what is happening around us & the best of intentions mean nothing if not followed by action. When individuals come together, governments listen, societies change and the world transforms. I am humbled to be part of a community that seeks to revitalize mother earth and preserve its preciousness.
Ram S Ramanathan
Visual facilitation expert
Master Certified Coach & Sustainability Leadership Adviser
United Arab Emirates
Coach, Facilitator, Author
Ulundi, South Africa
(Dr. Hons. Causa)
Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Coach and developer of leaders, EMCC UK President, Mother of two lovely girls and a greyhound, World citizen.
West Midlands, UK
PhD, Climate expert, Air Quality expert, Life Coach, Mentor, Citizen, Daughter, Sister, Wife, Mum, Auntie
Prof David Lane
Citizen, father and grandfather, psychologist
Professor Peter Hawkins
Exec Coach, Coach Supervisor, Carbon Literate Coach, Activist, Mum, Citizen, Veg grower
UK (North West)
Author, Speaker, Executive Coach & Coaching Supervisor
Executive coach and Supervisor, Mother of three millennials committed to building a better world for future generations.Coach Ejecutiva y Supervisora. Madre de tres millenials muy comprometidas a construir un mejor mundo para futuras generaciones.
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Fabiola Solís Plaza
Leadership Coach, Mentor and Coaching Supervisor
Coach de Liderazgo, Mentora y Supervisora
Santiago de Chile, Chile
"Si no soy yo, ¿Entonces quién? Si no es ahora, ¿Entonces cuándo?"
“Una Nueva Conciencia para vidas futuras”
Dr Damian Goldvarg
Los Angeles, USA
PCC, MA CEO X-Factor Consulting
Lexington, Kentucky, USA
Durango, Colorado USA
Barrett C. Brown, PhD
Dr David Drake
MA, PCC, ESIA, Gramma of two marvellous Next Generationers
Victoria BC, Canada
Janet M Harvey
Edmonds WA, USA
David Matthew Prior
Saddle River, New Jersey, USA
During the first 24-hour Global Climate Coaching Conversation convened in March 2020, we were just coming through the destruction delivered by the 2019-20 Australian Bush Fires. Today, at this writing, fires are devastating the Western coast of the United States.
These four essential elements of life might now include a fifth essential, a human element, that is essential within any coaching conversation: Responsibility.
I look forward to us exploring an elemental conversation on October 1st.
Global and Local
The 1st October event is a springboard for those in our rich and diverse community of coaches, facilitators, sustainability professionals and leadership development professionals who feel they are holding a useful piece of the puzzle that they want to share.
Whether it’s hosting a dialogue, facilitating a learning session around a tool or framework or offering a webinar; members of our global community will be inviting this ever-expanding coaching movement to dialogue together, explore their own shifting practice and step up.
These events will take place throughout October (and possibly beyond). Hosted in different languages, the events will cover any aspects of environmental, social and economic responsibility and justice. Some will be more locally focused, others offered with a global lens.
We look forward to your contribution. If you would like to host an event, please find the link to the template here.