After discussing his approach to positive provocation, Robert will address a few of the most cherished aspects of coaching by asking (and weighing in on) "Should we use less empathy?" "Should we interrupt more?" and "Should we use the client's language?" In each case, Robert will offer a look at research and draw examples from practice.
I invite you to join us on Friday, June 9th for Together at Home, a free monthly, one hour, live virtual meeting with the intention to explore our experience and to connect with each other and ourselves. This month, we will explore: Embodied Stories.
This series aims to provide a brief and highly implementable framework for measuring efficacy that coaching practitioners can apply to their own practice and evaluation.
In this follow-up to her international bestseller How Women Rise, Sally Helgesen draws on three decades of work with executives and aspiring leaders around the world to offer practical ways to build more inclusive relationships, teams, and workplaces. In this interactive dialogue with Executive Director, Jeffrey Hull, Sally will identify the eight common triggers most likely to undermine our ability to collaborate across divides—not only of gender, but also of age, ethnicity, race, sexuality, and life experience.
Join us for IOC Asia Roundtable as we deep dive into this relevant topic with IOC Research Dose on What Experienced Coaches Do and an expert voice on Team Coaching from Asia Elfarina Zaid on June 22nd at 7:00PM SG/MY time.
Please join Eileen Coskey Fracchia, IOC: Strategic Advisor, Thought Leader & West Coast Roundtable Host, and the host committee, Jayne Dundes, Leslie Solomon and Trisha Mason Parsad for our 22nd West Coast Roundtable (virtual), Thursday, June 22, 2023, 8:00 am – 10:00 am PST.
In this follow-up to her international bestseller How Women Rise, Sally Helgesen draws on three decades of work with executives and aspiring leaders around the world to offer practical ways to build more inclusive relationships, teams, and workplaces.
The Institute of Coaching is partnering with the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands, for a 1.5-day Conference, aimed specifically at members of the coaching profession and linked professions, on the topic “Unleashing Human Intelligence in an AI World”. <
Save the date for the next EMEA roundtable on July 4, 2023 at 9:00am CET. The EMEA Café Roundtable is a free monthly, one hour, live virtual meeting with the intention to explore our experience and to connect with each other and ourselves.
In this webinar, Dr. Wuraola will share her research into the inherent problems in current employment philosophies and practices. Coaches will benefit by learning how to better understand the hiring processes of today's organizations and how race and gender bias, "cultural fit" and other obstacles get in the way of creating a more diverse and inclusive work environment.
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