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AC Member Benefit: Coaching Leaders to Think Differently

Date:

27/01/2022

Time:

09:00

Place:

Online

Category:

For Coaches

Cost:

£ AC Members - Free

Hosted by the Association for Coaching and presented by Dr. Paul Lawrence, Principal at the Centre for Coaching in Organisations.

Coaching Leaders to Think Differently

To help leaders address the complex issues facing organizations, they may need to think quite differently in today’s world.

In many of our coaching engagements, leaders are helping people to reflect on how to best tackle specific issues. The options that arise from these conversations are inevitably limited to how the coach and coachee think.

In this webinar, Dr. Paul Lawrence, who has pioneered the AC’s Leader Coach Accreditation Scheme , will consider various lenses through which we can think about how we think and how to shift the ways in which we think.

To be successful may require different ways of thinking about change and relationships, thinking about systems, and exploring different stages of adult development.

The challenge to the leader-coach starts with questioning their own thinking while also considering how to stimulate different ways of thinking in coachees.

Who this is for?

Leader Coaches, Leaders who want to take a coaching approach, Executive Coaches, and Supervisors are invited to join us.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  1. a)Different ways to think about how we think
  2. b)How to challenge our own thinking
  3. c)How to challenge the way others think while staying in a coaching role

Speaker Bio

After completing a Ph.D. in Psychology, Paul embarked upon a corporate career with BP plc, leading teams and businesses in the UK, Spain, Portugal, Australia, and Japan. Paul has been working as a coach and consultant since 2007, based in Sydney, Australia. Paul has published more than a dozen academic articles, book chapters and has authored four books.

Paul teaches coaching at the Sydney Business School and the University of Wollongong. He is an Honorary Research Associate at Oxford Brookes University and represents the Association for Coaching and Association of Coaching Supervisors in Australia. Paul led the designing and piloting of the AC Leader Coach accreditation scheme.

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