A webinar with Dr. Josie McLean on Saturday, 13 June 2020, 10AM – 11:30AM SG/HK time.
What does the coronavirus have in common with global loss of biodiversity, loss of fertile soils, decreasing food nutrition, increasing air pollution, increasing acidification and plastics in the ocean have in common?
Unravel a thread in one part of the globe, and the reverberations are felt within weeks everywhere, rippling out along every aspect of our interdependent lives and ways of living. What might we and our clients discover and become aware of that we haven’t been paying attention to?
Come and discover how we can work with our whole self as part of a wider system; Learn some ways of bringing systems thinking into coaching practice; and explore the ethics of coaching in relation to these broader systemic and social change issues.
About the speaker:
Dr. Josie McLean has over 20 years of experience in corporate coaching and leadership development in Australia. She is a co-founder of the Climate Coaching Alliance, a movement of coaches set up in late 2019 to co-create a space to share resources, explore practice and hold dialogue with the purpose of equipping us to support our clients to respond adequately to the global threat that climate change poses. For the last 15 years, Josie has been involved in activism and academic research into the transformation required to enable our organisation to be sustainable and sustaining (or regenerative). The latter has added expertise in the disciplines of complexity, emergent change, sustainability and systemic coaching.
Josie is also a past President of International Coach Federation Australia (2003), a recipient of the ICF’s global President’s Award (2009) and was one of the first credentialled coaches in Australia. As a Visiting Research Fellow at the Yunus Social Business Centre, University of Adelaide, Josie also continues to research and publish in these spheres.
- Discover how we can work with our whole self as part of a wider system
- Learn some ways of bringing systems thinking into coaching practice
- Explore the ethics of coaching in relation to these broader systemic and social change issues
How to register: REGISTRATION CLOSED
Category: Power Hour: A learning webinar to build coaching competencies through knowledge-exchange and experience-sharing where you can earn CCEU credits.
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