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Dr Geetu Bharwaney explores The Power of Connected Coaching Relationships in a Socially Distanced World - Needs, Challenges and Solutions

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Video intro to the three-part dialogue:

This is part of EMCC Global 's GPS Dialogue Series of conversations leading on from the GPS - Global Provider Summit.

We have seen the world change. People are working differently, and relating differently, to each other and within families and teams.

This presents challenges for coaches and the coaching profession to remain relevant.

In the organisational context, a recent McKinsey article suggests that Psychological Safety and Emotional Intelligence are both highly relevant to work today and that leadership needs to be reinvented and that many leaders are in a state of flux (1).

Do we need to adjust what we are delivering as professional coaches, in order for coaching to deliver what is needed today, and be sustained into the future?

If Coaching is being delivered mostly virtually, how does this impact the professional relationships that we forge? What are we learning that can support us to be effective, collectively?

(1) McKinsey & Company: https://www.mckinsey.com/featured-insights/leadership/psychological-safety-emotional-intelligence-and-leadership-in-a-time-of-flux - accessed on June 7th, 2020/

Needs, challenges, solutions

Emotional intelligence specialist, experienced team coach and Author of “Emotional Resilience”, Dr Geetu Bharwaney will facilitate a series of three global dialogues with the objective of hearing perspectives from different stakeholders in professional coaching, team coaching, mentoring and supervision.

EMCC Organizational Stakeholders, EMCC Global Members, Training Providers, Internal coaches, External Coaches and Team Coaches are all welcome to join the conversation.

Session 1: Needs – Taking a pause from what is going on

Wednesday 15 July 2020, 16:00-17:00 BST

  • What are we learning in this situation? What are the fears that we are needing to manage? What is our role as professional coaches in a time of flux?
  • What are the needs of multiple stakeholders/teams/EMCC/Us as coaches? What role do we want to play? What does our utopia look like as a body of professional coaches?
  • What are we aspiring to… survival or emerging stronger as a force for change, from what we are learning?

Session 2: Challenges – Problem solve the barriers and tensions

Thursday 6 August 2020, 11:00-12:00 BST

  • What barriers do we need to overcome? Conflict of needs/priorities?
  • Where are we stuck? What are the tensions? Which challenges need to be addressed?

Session 3: Solutions – How do we resolve these needs?

Wednesday 2 September 2020, 16:00-17:00 BST

  • What do we want to do?
  • What can we do?

These dialogue sessions aim to interrogate and develop each of these areas, bringing in our collective perspectives in order to share what is happening, learn from each other and provide supportive challenge to our profession.

Your input would be both appreciated and valued, and will contribute to future research and the co-creation of our professional practice as well as providing you with peer perspectives to advance your current thinking.

Important note re tickets

The attendance at each EMCC Global GPS Dialogue session will be capped at 30 people; and we are keen to have a broad mix of participants from a varied range of countries and perspectives. Please sign up to reserve your ticket.

We will be also livestreaming the session on YouTube and invite comments during the conversation. So - even if you are not 'in the room' we aim for you to be part of the dialogue and provide your input.

When you select tickets, select the session(s) and the mode of engagement you prefer (participation in Zoom meeting, or view on YouTube stream).

Geetu says:

"We are living through challenging times, and it is important for us to come together in peer dialogue. Look forward to hearing voices from all over the world, and to co-creating our future together. It is clear to me that a well formed dialogue can make a difference, this is an opportunity to influence the way we are heading, we need your voice to be heard on these important topics.”

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