By Laurence Bridot (MC2009)
Global Coaching workshop - delivered by Philippe Rosinski, global leadership expert and author
London, UK: 25 November 2011, 9h30-12h30 at Imperial College, Exhibition Road, London SW7
Global Coaching – Fostering sustainable and meaningful success through a multiple-perspectives approach
Traditional coaching is still too often characterized by a binary, static and fragmented approach, more and more insufficient in our turbulent and interconnected world. Global coaching proposes to enrich traditional coaching, taking our complex reality into account. It is a holistic approach, calling upon multiple perspectives (physical, managerial, psychological, political, cultural and spiritual) both for choosing meaningful objectives and for effectively reaching them. Global coaching is for leadership, team and organizational development, to serve multiple stakeholders and the world at large.
In this session, you will discover an ambitious vision for our profession, as well as alternative ways and tools to effectively coach from multiple perspectives.
Participants will receive a complimentary copy of Global Coaching, Philippe’s latest book.
Entry fee: £40
Philippe Rosinski’s pioneering work in bringing the crucial intercultural dimension into the practice of coaching has won him worldwide acclaim. He is the author of Coaching Across Cultures and Global Coaching. The first European to be designated Master Certified Coach by the International Coach Federation, Philippe is principal of Rosinski & Company and a professor in Tokyo and Prague. For more information, visit www.philrosinski.com and www.globalcoaching.pro .
12:30 Organic Lunch
Location: Imperial College, Exhibition Road, London SW7, Tube: South Kensington
and announcing the upcoming …
Leading and Coaching Across Cultures Seminar
Certification Cultural Orientations Framework
Delivered by: Philippe Rosinski
Date: London, UK: 25 – 27 April 2012
Brochure and enrolment form will be soon available on www.philrosinski.com
Please register your interest for the workshop on 25 November 2011 and or the seminar on 25-27 April 2012 by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org