Climate coaching:working together to change our legacy
From the climate and ecological emergency, to widening inequality, we face multiple challenges as a society. It can feel overwhelming. How do we support and motivate each other to see the interconnections, build effective responses and change our legacy? And what’s the role of coaching in creating this?
This event, hosted jointly by the RSA’s Coaching and Sustainability Networks and the Climate Coaching Alliance, will share some tools to communicate sustainability issues, explore how we can all contribute, and move towards effective action.
We will hear from Eve Turner and Professor Peter Hawkins, representing the Climate Coaching Alliance www.climatecoachingalliance.org which has been developing global communities to work with these issues. With Phillip Ward from the RSA and Anthony Eldridge-Rogers they will consider the legacy we each want to leave behind us and explore how we can work together using simple tools to help attendees take practical action.
This will be an interactive session, so please be ready to discuss.
This event is free and open to all, please feel free to share with friends and colleagues.
Event Timezone Reference - 16 May 2023
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Eve Turner is a coach and supervisor globally and author and co-author of several books, chapters, and articles including “Ecological and Climate-Conscious Coaching: A Companion Guide to Evolving Coaching Practice,” “Systemic Coaching” and “The Ethical Coaches’ Handbook.”
She is immediate part chair of the body, “The Association of Professional Executive Coaching and Supervision” and volunteers extensively including co-founding the CCA – the Climate Coaching Alliance and founding the first learning network for supervisors the GSN, Global Supervisors’ Network, in 2016.
Professor Peter Hawkins Professor Peter Hawkins, Emeritus Professor of Leadership at Henley Business School, Chairman of Renewal Associates and co-dean of the Global Team Coaching Institute, is a leading consultant, coach, writer and researcher in organizational strategy, leadership, culture change, team and board development and coaching. He has worked with numerous leading organizations all over the world coaching executive teams and boards and facilitating major change and organizational transformation projects. He has coached over 100 boards and senior executive teams, enabling them to develop their purpose, vision, values, collective leadership and strategy for the future, in a wide range of international companies, government departments, UK health services organizations, the professional services sector and charities. He is the author of many best-selling books including Ecological and Climate Conscious Coaching Routledge 2022,with Alison Whybrow, Eve Turner, Josie McClean.
Phillip Ward BJur FRSA Phillip has 30 years experience in government across many policy areas. He first became involved in environmental policy in 1989 as a member of the UK delegation to the IPCC. He went on to serve as Principal Private Secretary to 3 Secretaries of State for the Environment, which took him to the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro where he witnessed the signing of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. Later he was responsible for advising on policy on energy efficiency, sustainable production and consumption and waste. He led the establishment of the Carbon Trust and was involved in the introduction of the Climate Change Levy. Phillip became a director of WRAP after leaving the civil service latterly as the Director of Local Government Performance in the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister. He was previously Principal Finance Officer for the Department of Transport Local Government and the Regions. Phillip “retired” from WRAP in 2011 but remains involved with sustainability and the circular economy currently as a director of OPRL Ltd - the on-pack recycling label company- and as the Lead for the RSA’s Sustainability Network. Anthony Eldridge-Rogers Anthony is a coach, facilitator and speaker specialising in Recovery and Wellness Coaching and the Meaning Centred Coaching model he created. He is co-author of two upcoming books, “Parenting for the Future”, “101 Recovery & Wellness Coaching Tips” and a contributor to “WeCoach”. Anthony is the co-founder of several social initiatives including specialised coach certification board IRWCCB, of ICD, coaching for the creative industries and JUMP, FALL, FLY a social circus project. He is founder of P10, coaching based social action for climate change and recently was appointed VP of US based non-profit INNOVO RECOVERY CARE. Anthony is currently co-lead of the RSA Coaching Network.
Event Language - English
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