Kathryn McEwen, Managing Director at Working with Resilience
60 minute interactive live webinar*
*Webinar recording and additional resources will be made available to all registered
Date & Time
Monday, 6th April 2020 @ 12hrs00 BST
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AC Health & Wellbeing Virtual Conversations
The Association for Coaching is here to support you, our members – coaches, leaders, executives, practitioners, business owners – to navigate and stay afloat in these changed circumstances. We believe in the power of coaching and importance of belonging to caring and supportive communities that help us change perspective and find solutions to challenging situations.
The AC Health & Wellbeing virtual conversations will see health and resilience experts share their top tips on keeping the spirits up, staying supportive and caring, being creative and staying healthy.
Who would benefit?
All Coaches, practitioners, Coach Therapists, Executives, Leaders and Managers who wish to stay up to day on the latest resilience and health tips to use for themselves and their families, in business with clients and teams.
Building Team Resilience in Challenging Times
We are facing unprecedented times globally. Our clients need us more than ever to help them stay resilient in all aspects of their life. The main focus for organizations is their sustainability – both during and following the impact of COVID-19.
As coaches we can add value as coaches by supporting leaders to both role model personal resilience and how to foster this in their teams.
Join us for:
- A practical and evidence-based framework to coach leaders to be the best they can be in this uncertain environment
- To take your coaching beyond working with individuals to also explore how you can add value to teams and organizational sustainability
In this webinar, we interview Kathryn McEwen to find out:
- What prompted her journey exploring work resilience and what she learned along the way.
- Why she advocates working with leaders and teams as well as individuals.
- How the Resilience at Work® Toolkit, can help you systemically coach resilience at work during these uncertain times.
We will also consider how resilience is different from wellbeing, how team resilience connects to organisational resilience and how coaching resilience can be promoted when in survival mode?
Kathryn McEwen leads Working with Resilience, a global consortium of coaches and researchers helping people to be the best they can be in challenging jobs. Based in South Australia, she has published three books on the topic “Building Resilience at Work” “Building Personal Resilience: How to Thrive in a Challenging Job” and “Building Team Resilience”.
She has used her 30-years of experience as a coach and organisational psychologist to inform the research and development of the Resilience at Work® (R@W) Toolkit - a set of integrated measures and practical resources to help coaches take a systemic approach to building resilience in the workplace.
Price and Special offers:
Exclusive Member Benefit: Join us for this program at no cost.
Not an AC Member yet? Join our community and benefit from this and other digital learning programs at no cost or for a discounted rate. More info on how to join us and other member benefits here.
Join this complimentary webinar and you will gain access to:
- 60-minute interactive live webinar with Kathryn McEwen
- Recording of the session and access to all materials shared
- A digital community of peers who share the same challenges and have similar goals
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