What is this Webinar about?
As both coaches and their clients emerge into a world changed by COVID, the issue of resilience is a key one for both organisations and individuals. How do we all need to adapt in order to work with what may be difficult new unexpected realities? How can coaches support their clients so that they are able to work well in a time of uncertainty, through helping them develop the resilience resources to do more than survive.
In this session which will combine input with experiential learning, Dr Carole Pemberton will bring her experience of working with resilience issues with leaders to help the group explore:
- What are the resilience learnings from lockdown that are useful going forward?
- How to recognise when a client has a resilient gap that deserves attention (even if they do not use the word)
- What are the 3 ways in which coaches can work with resilience loss or a resilience gap?
- Practising a tool that can help a client access their own resilience learning.
Who is presenting?
Carole Pemberton has run her own coaching practice for over 20 years. She has worked with leaders during numerous economic, personal and career disruptions helping them to move forward through developing their resilience resources. Resilience coaching was the focus of her doctoral research. She is the author of a number of career and coaching books including Resilience: A Practical Guide for Coaches and a Visiting Professor in Business Coaching at the University of Ulster.
Her client base includes global humanitarian charities, international banks, central government departments, telecommunications, publishing, utilities, Higher Education and the NHS.
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