||Hetty Einzig, Senior Executive Coach and Coaching Supervisor, Editor of Coaching Perspectives, the Association for Coaching global magazine
||A series of 4 online seminars: 60 minute interactive webinar every 3-4 weeks and post session resources or reading materials.
- 24 October 2017 - Coaching comes of Age
- 14 November 2017 - Surviving and thriving in the marketplace of today
- 5 December 2017 - Respons-able leadership: strength versus the Strong Man
- 19 December 2017 – Patchworks: women, millennials and Third Acters driving change
||Members: £85 + VAT
Non-Members: £135 + VAT
Non-Members including 1 year AC Associate membership: £110 + VAT
Short description of the topic:
Based on Hetty’s new book published by Routledge, this webinar series will invite you to reflect together with fellow coaches on the role of coaching today in a transformed and transforming world that is beset by crises and global challenges that affect us all – and I would argue implicate us all.
What is coaching’s contribution? Leaders are having to make fast decisions in a VUCA world – volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous. How can coaches support today’s leaders to be their best and do their best? Coaching has come of age since its birth out of sports coaching and learning theory 35 years ago. Four dimensions are emerging as the key characteristics of what I call New Generation Coaching: partnership, systemic perspectives, purpose, spirituality. We are moving from a toolkit and model based approach to ways of working that are deeper and broader.
This series is for beginner and mature coaches who wish to reflect on their practice, sharpen their skills and contribute to change. We will explore the four dimensions and 10 principles of New Generation Coaching; the changing nature of anxiety, stress, and chronic trauma and ways of working as a coach in these areas – and taking care of our own wellbeing (the 4-legged stool model). We will look at the kind of leadership needed today: distributed and integral, and how coaches can hospice the myth of the Strong Man and midwife new, networked, compassionate, organic forms of leadership. Finally we will discuss the drivers of change likely to be ever more prominent in upcoming decades and how coaches can work in integrated ways with very different client groups and within these groups develop integrated mindset and performance.
A theme that runs through the series will be the central question: How can coaches partner with today’s leaders to support and challenge them to hold fast to their values, to be the best of themselves and bring out the best in their companies? In other words to act in good faith and contribute to the good society.
In this webinar series you will learn:
- Moving from tool box coaching to wisdom coaching: going deep and wide
- Leadership today and the New Generation Coaching needed to support it
- The importance of the spirit, values, ethics and contribution in coaching today
We will also consider key learning points such as working with the dark and the light, the coach as ‘participant-observer’, leaders as ‘positive deviants’ in perverse cultures, re-thinking thinking, group intelligence, the deep feminine and rise of FemmeQ (Feminine Intelligence) and the power of somatic intelligence.
Topics and schedule for the webinar series:
**Live webinars will take place at: 13hrs00 BST (UTC + 1) / 14hrs00 CEST / 08hrs00 EDT / 17hrs30 IST / 20hrs00 SGT / 22hrs00 AEST on the above mentioned dates.
Webinar 1: Coaching comes of Age
Context matters; the flow we’re in; risk & anxiety; knowing and not-knowing; learning to love complexity; moving from cleverness to wisdom; The 4 dimensions of leadership & coaching; the 10 principles of New Generation Coaching; from VUCA to Values; engagement and joy; positive trends for change
Webinar 2: Surviving and thriving in the marketplace
What do you stand for?; the four-legged stool; surviving: stress, somatic intelligence and resilience; thriving: pottering and creating space; nourishing the spirit; coaching leaders for the Good Life; contribution; from values to ethics – some blueprints; bigger than self vision; coach as participant-observer
Webinar 3: Respons-able leadership: strength versus the Strong Man
The courage to take a stand; responding vs reacting; left-brain, right-brain – from binary to multiple; Autonomy vs autocracy; intimacy; authenticity; the pause – using frustration in coaching; making meaning from the personal; playing power, playing with power; container-contained: making meaning together; thinking is multi-sensorial; from great to ‘good enough’ leaders; dynamic circle leadership
Webinar 4: Patchworks: women, millennials and Third Acters driving change
The patchwork quilt: from juggling to integration; gender fluidity and the Deep Feminine brought into the workplace; the power of symbols: using the ‘cup and the sword’ in coaching; purpose, power, presence – changing the rules at work; embodiment – somatic intelligence in coaching; Generation Y and ‘Third Acters’ drivers for change; helping to craft and live new narratives
***Recordings and slides will be made available for all registered participants.
Hetty Einzig MA, MAC, ICF-PCC, FRSA
Hetty brings 30 years of psychology and executive coaching experience to global leadership development. Her career has spanned the arts, journalism and TV, health, NGO’s, policy and organisational development. A key focus is women’s leadership. A Director of The Flourish Initiative, a Senior Consultant with Performance Consultants International and Analytic-Network Coaching, and an Associate of Leaders’ Quest, she teaches on the Executive Coaching Diploma at the IMI in Dublin, and is the Editor of Coaching Perspectives, the AC global magazine. She holds a Masters in History of Art from the Courtauld Institute (UL) and a Masters in Psychoanalytic and Systemic Approaches to Consulting with Organisations from the Tavistock Centre (UEL) and a Certificate in Coaching Supervision from Oxford Brookes. She is married and the mother of two millennial daughters.
Her new book, The Future of Coaching: vision, leadership and responsibility in a transforming world, published by Routledge is out now.
Contact: email@example.com http://www.hettyeinzig.com
Price and special offers:
As with all AC continuous professional development events, the fees are offered at a very good value, with an extra special price for AC members.
AC member: Your investment for the entire series is only £85 + VAT
Non AC member: Pay £110 + VAT and you get access to the full series and ONE YEAR membership with the Association for Coaching immediately.
For this fee, you get:
- 4 x 60 minute interactive virtual seminars with Hetty Einzig
- Resources to explore the concepts and apply your learning
- Recordings of all webinars and a copy of the slides for your own library
- A Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Certificate at the end of the series
- One-year Associate membership with the Association for Coaching (if you are not already a member)
For any questions, please contact Smaranda Dochia, Director of Digital Learning & Events at firstname.lastname@example.org