The five webinars in this new series will be led by Zoë Cohen, Peter Hawkins, Charly Cox, Linda Aspey and Alison Whybrow, all of whom are doing significant work in the area of coaching and climate change.
The Climate and Coaching series is part of the EMCC UK’s efforts to raise awareness for the benefit of its members. It is an a-political and affiliation-free initiative, whose sole purpose is to bring to the members current debates and topics of interest by providing diverse resources and the opportunity to learn and participate in webinars. EMCC UK operates from a position of respecting individual viewpoints and choice on all matters.
Alongside the series, we’re also launching a new set of online resources for EMCC UK members.
The current reality of climate change
The first webinar in the series, on 4 March 2020 (12.30 to 2.00pm, GMT) is entitled Coaching in a Changing Climate: Appreciating the Current Reality. It will be led by Zoë Cohen (pictured right), the Director of Shine Coaching and Consultancy. Zoë is a highly experienced executive coach who has worked with senior leaders and their teams across every sector in the economy.
The webinar will outline the key messages from climate and ecological science, to ensure we are acting from a shared knowledge base of ‘the world we find ourselves in’ We will also be exploring the nine domains of Zoë’s ‘Climate Conscious Coach’ model.
The webinar will help you to:
• Gain a core grounding in the realities of climate change and ecological breakdown, based on the science
• Understand the potential domains involved in becoming a Climate Conscious Coach
• Reflect on how the issues impact ourselves, our coaching and our business
Register for this webinar
Please click this link to register for the webinar.
After registering, you’ll receive a confirmation email, with instructions for joining the webinar.
If you have any questions or comments about the webinar, or the webinar series, please email Natalia de Estevan-Ubeda, EMCC UK Knowledge Exchange Director.
EMCC UK and climate change
EMCC UK is making the Climate and Coaching series as an open resource free of charge for all practitioners. Our role is to hold the space for the debate and be as inclusive as possible with this resource within our social responsibility remit.