Going Upstream: what mindsets are needed?
How do we navigate the paradoxes, polarities and paradigms in climate biodiversity coaching? Perhaps the biggest shifts we need people, leaders and organisations to make are mindset shifts?
Ask yourself, who and what does my coaching serve?
Are we able to integrate how we relate to climate and biodiversity when we show up as coaches?
How we relate to the natural world?
In this interactive session, we invite coaches to an engaging, fun and collaborative learning space.
To explore what mindsets will serve us to have more courageous conversations with clients. Acceptance is the ‘ground’ from which movement to wise action is possible. You will have an opportunity to discuss how we can bring care for all stakeholders – clients, teams, organisations, society, future generations, and the more than human world, for all life. For Mother Earth. What mindset shifts will coaches need to cultivate to bring about the future we want?
Event Timezone Is - UTC
Registration Deadline - Mar 13, 2023
Presenter / Host Bio
Why are we collaborating? To work with the enormity of these challenges, we need to shift mindsets from competition to collaboration. As facilitators of climate coaching courses, we are sharing our collective learning, so that we can have a broader impact on the ecosystem. Jackie and Lydia are co-founders and facilitators of the Community Interest Company Climate Biodiversity Coaching. https://www.climatebiodiversitycoaching.com
Jackie Arnold is an ICF Executive & Health Coach and Member of AC who also holds a CSA Dip in Coaching Supervision. She is an active member of the Climate Coaching Alliance and a Clean Language trainer and facilitator. Jackie is a wife, mother and grandmother who is passionate about preserving the planet for future generations. She is a published author on coaching & coaching supervision “Coaching Skills for Leaders in the Workplace” and “Coaching Supervision at its BEST”.
Lydia Stevens is an executive coach, facilitator, trainer, mother and grand-mother. coaching includes climate and biodiversity work, systemic thinking, and bringing what lies beneath the surface into focus.
Presenter / Host #2
Grattan and Chris facilitate the Courageous Coaching - having conversations that matter Course. https://grattandonnelly.com/courageous-coaching/
Grattan Donnelly is an experienced coach, and coach trainer, passionately interested in how we can create a better world for all life. He integrates neuroscience, mindfulness, somatic and nature practices into his Walk ‘n Talk coaching sessions, facilitating the people he works with to do deep transformational work and be at their best to contribute to a more peaceful world and healthier planet.
Presenter / Host #3
Chris Chapman is an experienced systemic facilitator, working particularly with large diverse groups and communities of interest that go beyond single organisations. Most of Chris's work is in the fields of education and sustainability. He has an MSc in Change Agent Skills and Strategies from the University of Surrey Business School and a particular interest in the relationship between adult development and our collective capacity to work well with complexity and uncertainty. Chris leads facilitation work at the beautiful Burren College of Art, helping organisations and systems to find creative approaches to complex challenges.
Event Language - English
Posted By - Grattan Donnelly
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