Book Circle – Australia

Book Circle – Australia

Book Circle – Australia

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This CCA Book Circle will involve a group of about 10 participants who meet weekly (for 8 consecutive weeks) to discuss the book: Ecological and Climate-Conscious Coaching – A Companion Guide to Evolving Coaching Practice.

This Circle is based out of Melbourne and has two co-leaders who manage the Circle sessions using a pre-prepared Facilitation Guide. Each Book Circle meeting will start promptly at 5:15pm (AEST) and be roughly 60 minutes long. The zoom room will open at 5pm.

The book circle process invites us to freely discuss, question, and debate the text, thereby gaining greater insights into the underlying messages and concepts. The book takes us on a seven-day journey with your guides: 60 coaches and thought-leaders from around the world. Through storytelling, poetry and other creative approaches, readers can follow this program alone or with others and take a practical and empowering look at the impact of the climate emergency on their practice and how they might respond.

The book describes methods for adapting your practice while making a livelihood, reframing your work with urgency and action through exploration of the five-stage ‘Eco-phase’ cycle, moving from ‘Eco Curious’, ‘Eco-Informed’, ‘Eco-Aware’, to ‘Eco-Engaged’ and ‘Eco Active’. Designed to encourage discussion, raise awareness and increase confidence about stepping into a leadership role, the book explores the difference that coaching can make in the world as a result of greater eco-awareness and systemic understanding.

Featuring powerful stories from around the world, and with a treasure trove of resources and practical tools and methods, supported by reflective and practical exercises, this book will be an inspiring read not only for those involved in coaching, supervision, mentoring and leadership development, but also for leaders.

Session Details

Session 1: Begin – Thursday April 4 (if overseas or interstate please note Daylight Savings Time still applies)
Session 2: Awake – Thursday April 11 (DST has stopped)
Session 3: Listen – Thursday April 18
Session 4: Process, Shift, Connect – Thursday April 25
Session 5: Engage – Thursday May 2
Session 6: Reframe – Thursday May 9
Session 7: Impact – Thursday May 16
Session 8: Onward – Thursday May 23

* Worldwide CCA Celebrations – week of May 27 *
Then we will all have the chance to take part in the worldwide CCA Book Circles Celebrations with Eve Turner on 30 and 31 May (register via the Events on the website).

NOTE: Don’t forget to either borrow a copy of the book from your library or you can purchase it through our website with a discount code),

Additional Details

Event Timezone Reference - CARE: The times displayed for this event have been set to GMT/UTC as they will vary due to the application of Daylight Savings (BST, CEST, DST etc) around the globe. For example, UK local time will be GMT(UTC)+1. However, event registration will provide you with the correct start and finish times for your location.

Registration Link - https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYrceGurTMvGNeem6z4qwxVCD82ffhJP5S7

Presenter/Host Bio

Claire Harvey is a Registered Professional Career Development Practitioner and member of the Career Development Association of Australia (CDAA). She is also in the process of attaining ICF Accreditation, having completed her Level One training in early 2023.

Claire's Climate Coaching Alliance journey commenced about a year ago. She has enjoyed tapping into the energy and wisdom of the global CCA community, and she's now keen to learn from and support others who are interested in engaging more deeply and personally with this amazing resource. Claire is also involved in local government, including being the Chair of the South East Councils Climate Change Alliance.

Presenter/Host 2

Rosie Nelson is a Career Development and Leadership Coach with training in Psychology (B.Sc.). She is a member of CDAA (Career Development Association Australia) and ICF (International Coaching Federation). Rosie has coaching and mentored hundreds of diverse professionals, supporting them to create meaningful change in their careers. She is passionate about learning and development and uses a facilitative approach to coaching, empowering clients to find solutions and to thrive.

Presenter/Host 3

Event Language - English

Posted By - Claire Harvey

Email - claire@echocoaching.com.au

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Date And Time

Apr 4, 2024 @ 06:30 AM (UTC) to
May 23, 2024 @ 08:00 AM (UTC)
 

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