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AC Digital Learning LIVE Webinars

The Association for Coaching (AC) purpose is to champion excellence, ethics, and mastery in Coaching, making a sustainable difference to businesses, individuals, and society, worldwide. We are striving to inspire our community at all times and to engage them to create an impact on individuals, businesses, and society in general. Our Digital Learning programmes offer our members and the wider community regular access to thought leadership, new coaching tools, models, and techniques, through a variety of means.

Upcoming LIVE Webinars Series

Our webinar series are in depth virtual programmes featuring interactive sessions with world class speakers, thought leaders, and experts from the coaching field. We provide a wide and varied range of topics and a portfolio of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) live programmes throughout the year for Leaders, HR Professionals, and Coaches to learn, develop their skills, grow professionally, and keep up-to-date on the latest trends in coaching and business.

Check our upcoming LIVE webinars here:

Promoting and Growing your Podcast Q&A

The global interest in podcasts continues to grow. Every day new listeners discover experts through audio and podcasts, as they look for new ways to solve their own challenges whilst taking their personal professional development to the next level.

In this live Q&A webinar we will share with you the latest tips and approaches for coaches looking to use a podcast as a promotional marketing tool for growing their coaching work.

Whether you're new to podcasts or an established broadcaster, in this session we take a closer look at the new changes introduced by both Apple and Google, which are providing podcasters with new opportunities to grow their audiences and coaching community, as well as their client base, in a rapidly expanding corner of the online world.

Speaker: Rob Lawrence, Coach and Audio Artist

Dates: 25th September 2019

Seven Ways to Coach Resilience

Resilience coaching and training interventions have been shown to reduce anxiety, depression, and stress-related harm, while also helping improve performance.

Drawing on the framework mapped out in Chris Johnstone's latest book “Seven Ways to Build Resilience”, this webinar series focuses on evidence-informed pathways to coaching our clients through times of challenge and duress.

Applying Positive Psychology, narrative perspective, and advances in neuroscience, we will explore how coaching conversations can help our clients develop their resilience toolkit and skills, paying particular attention to choose-points, perspectives, and practices that help improve outcomes when facing difficult situations.

Speaker: Dr. Chris Johnstone, Resilience Specialist, CollegeOfWellbeing.com

Dates:15th, 22nd, 29th October and 5th November 2019

What is a Systemic Coach?

‘Systemic coaching’ is becoming increasingly popular, the term often being used as if it represents a single approach/set of ideas. The emergence of the term has accompanied a new level of focus on complexity. Whilst becoming more popular, the term ‘systemic coaching’ is already being used to describe some very different approaches to coaching.

In this webinar series, Dr. Paul Lawrence will outline four quite different approaches to systems thinking and illustrate how each might show up in the behaviour and style of a coach. Paul will offer a critique of each approach, while at the same time arguing that each approach may have value at least as a metaphor.

Speaker: SDr. Paul Lawrence, Principal / Centre for Coaching in Organisations

Dates: Thursdays, 26th September, 3rd, 10th, and 17th October 2019

Upcoming Member Benefit Webinars

Coaching students and life-long learners

As coaches, our clients have many roles and one of those is often being a ‘student’. This might be in a formal learning setting, at university; learning for taking professional examinations or Continuous Professional Development. Many clients consider themselves ‘life-time students’ and have an openness towards learning and changing in a more informal sense.

Often, an implication of learning and studying is that the client is looking to progress and improve themselves and may reconsidering their future.

Natalie Lancer has spent the last seven years researching this topic in her Ph.D. in Psychology at Birkbeck, University of London. She has created a framework to enable coaches to understand the tensions that students experience when they are studying and thinking about their future.

This new Collaborative Conversation with Masters webinar will be useful and thought-provoking for any coach who has already coached a student (of any description) or who intend to coach “life-long learners”.

Speaker: Natalie Lancer, Coaching Psychologist

Dates: 20th September 2019

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