Coaching Perspectives – ecosystems approach to coaching
On behalf of the Association for Coaching I invite you to join me – Executive Editor of our global magazine, Coaching Perspectives and the AC lead on environmental issues – to explore an ecosystemic approach to coaching. Climate change and environmental sustainability are not separate from other big challenges facing humanity. Social justice, living harmoniously together and our psycho-spiritual wellbeing are all interdependent as we seek a more positive human presence on this Earth. Everything is interconnected. Rather than try to make the complex simple we can embrace complexity and develop more ecosystemic approaches in our coaching. This combines enquiry in depth into who we are as individuals with exploration in breadth of the organisational, societal and environmental considerations which shape the coachee’s world and working life.
I will also share a new AC initiative coming soon: The Coaching Perspectives Conversation Clubs. These will provide an opportunity to meet regularly with other committed coaches to enquire and discuss, explore and learn together around the critical challenges facing us as human beings and as coaches.
Event Timezone Is - United Kingdom
Presenter / Host Bio
Hetty brings 25 years of psychology and executive coaching experience to global leadership development. Her career has spanned the arts, journalism, media, health and policy development in the private, public and voluntary sectors. A best-selling author, Hetty is the Executive Editor of Coaching Perspectives, the Association for Coaching global magazine. Key focuses in her leadership and coaching work are women’s leadership, Transpersonal Coaching and regenerative approaches for contribution. She works ecosystemically and holistically founded on transpersonal psychology and informed by psychoanalysis and embodiment approaches. She teaches at the Irish Management Institute, is a Senior Associate Director with Common Purpose, and she coaches, teaches and facilitates in French. Hetty holds a Masters in Psychoanalytic and Systemic Approaches to Organisational Consulting from the Tavistock Centre (UEL), a Certificate in Coaching Supervision from Oxford Brookes, a Masters in History of Art from the Courtauld Institute (UL), and a BA in languages from Cambridge University. She is married with two millennial daughters. Recent publications: The Future of Coaching: vision, leadership and responsibility in a transforming world
Event Language - English
Posted By - Hetty Einzig
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