Free webinar series: Tools and techniques for coaching and climate

Sarah Flynn
This Coaching and Climate webinar with Sarah Flynn will be a practical session focusing on tools and techniques for change. It will be a ‘supported practice’ webinar whose purpose will be exploring and trying out practical skills in a safe space.

Sarah Flynn from the Climate Change Coaches will lead this practical session exploring how we, as coaches, can use tools and techniques in a climate conscious way to support change.

Sarah is a psychologist, an ICF-accredited coach and trained Relationship and Systems coach. A founding member of The Climate Change Coaches, Sarah designs and delivers courses for coaches and sustainability professionals and is co-author of the upcoming book ‘Coaching and Climate Change; practical coaching skills to create climate action’.

Sarah has worked with a range of international organisations to design and deliver interventions supporting personal, interpersonal and systemic resilience during times of change. Clients include C40, Microsoft, Royal Bank of Cananda, ICBC, AxaXL, Legal and General, Dentons, UCL and Imperial College, London.

She is a speaker on ‘Authentic Resilience’ for the Sustainability Leadership Programme at the University of Cambridge.

As always for this series, everyone is welcome to come to this webinar, whether or not you have been to the previous webinars in the series. You’ll benefit by looking at the free and open resources we’ve published, including the recordings from the previous webinars. Find them here: Coaching and Climate resources.

Coaching and Climate webinar series

Find out about the other webinar in the Coaching and Climate series:

Climate crisis: How can coaching help? – 13 Nov 2020

Register for this webinar

If you are an EMCC UK member, you will need to log into your account to register. If you are not a member, you will need to create an account, which will be used purely for this event.

The Zoom details for joining the webinar will be emailed the day before the event.

11/5/2020 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
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