Event Details

This session is happening online only.


As we emerge from the emergency phase of the COVID pandemic, the war in Ukraine continues and climate and ecological crisis impacts ramp up globally, what is the new world that we want to 'create', and in what ways is that future already here - shaping us as coaching professionals?


A transformation that will impact business, the economy, our societies, and the planet, is underway and the opportunity of a lifetime to shape the future is emerging in the guise of the climate crisis. "Climate coaching" is becoming more important and sought after than ever before.



Key Takeaways:


In this interactive workshop, Josie will help you explore:


• What climate and ecological crisis means and what you are already observing


• How coaching is responding ethically and evolving as a profession globally


• Common myths about climate conscious coaching and the concerns that may be holding you back from this opportunity


• Prof. Peter Hawkin's eco-cycle model with you


• One simple systemic coaching approach to extend your existing coaching practice

Agenda

12:00 PM - 12:30 PM
Pre-event Community Networking
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Do Coaches have a Role in Society?
As we emerge from the emergency phase of the COVID pandemic, what is the new world that we want to ‘create’, and in what ways is that future already here - shaping us as coaching professiona...
As we emerge from the emergency phase of the COVID pandemic, what is the new world that we want to ‘create’, and in what ways is that future already here - shaping us as coaching professionals?


A transformation that will impact businesses, the economy, our societies, and the planet is underway. The opportunity of a lifetime to shape the future is emerging under the guise of the climate crisis. “Climate coaching” is becoming more important and sought after than ever before.

Key Takeaways:
In this interactive workshop, Josie will help you explore:
• What do the climate and ecological crisis mean and what are you already observing?
• How coaching is responding ethically and evolving as a profession globally.
• Common myths about climate-conscious coaching and the concerns that may be holding you back from this opportunity.
• Prof. Peter Hawkin’s eco-cycle model
• One simple systemic coaching approach to extend your existing coaching practice.
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2:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Post-event Learning

Speakers

  • Josie McLean (The Partnership Pty Lt)

    Josie McLean

    The Partnership Pty Lt

    https://the-partnership.com.au/

    After an early career as a financial analyst and corporate strategic planner, Josie became interested in the intersection between strategy, people and change. She commenced her coaching business in 1999 and became a force in pioneering the professional coaching industry in Australasia and was awarded the ICF President’s Award in 2009 in recognition of her contributions. While chairing an ICF Regiona coaching conference in 2003, Josie was talking with Sir John Whitmore when she had an epiphany – humanity was an unsustainable species on Earth. This realisation started Josie on a journey of discovering the ways in which organisations and businesses could lead the way in generating sustainability.

    She has studied with global experts in the fields of adaptive leadership and systems thinking to develop her techniques for cultivating change in organisations. In 2017, Josie completed her doctoral thesis about embedding sustainability into organisational DNA, and was awarded a Dean’s Commendation for Excellence. Josie also guides coaches to learn more about applying systemic approaches to their coaching through her Big Little Shifts for Systemic Coaching program (www.the-partnership.com.au). With the late Alison Whybrow and Eve Turner, Josie co-founded the Climate Coaching Alliance (www.climatecoachingalliance.org) in late 2019. Combined with Professor Peter Hawkins, their latest book Ecological and climate-conscious coaching: a companion guide to evolving coaching practice is expected to be released in October 2022. Josie’s other books include Big Little Shifts: a practitioner’s guide to complexity for organisational change and adaptation (2020) and Blueprint: uniquely you (2012) in addition to academic articles, research reports and book chapters.

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Tickets

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