How does a supervisor born in the 1960s work with a coach born in the 1990s? What happens when a coach from the 1970s generation takes on a millennial client, who expects to be in touch for support by texting between sessions? What might the dynamics be for younger coaches working with much older people?
Generational differences are becoming increasingly noticeable across society, and it’s no surprise they have an impact on the relationships between clients, coaches and supervisors, who can each belong to a different generation. Recent research by Peter Duffell and Natalia de Estevan-Ubeda looked into the differences between the generations which are most marked, and how they show up in coach supervision.
This webinar, on 24 February 2020, at 7-8pm (GMT), offers an online workshop for coaches and supervisors who are working across generations, and also for those who want to become more aware of the changing leadership landscape, as part of their future preparedness.
The webinar is FREE for EMCC members. Webinar dial-in information will be sent following registration. Please note that the webinar will be recorded and shared with registrants. Slides will not be available.
Natalia de Estevan-Ubeda MA FCIPD
Natalia is a coach and coach supervisor. She has a Masters Degree by Oxford Brookes University, where her research on supervision was awarded the APECS prize for Best Dissertation of the Year. Natalia has worked with venture capital firms and business angels internationally on leadership development. Prior to establishing her business, Natalia was a senior leader in a world leading transport organisation. During her time in public office, Natalia also coached and supervised across many UK Government Departments. Natalia is the EMCC UK Knowledge Exchange Director. Email Natalia here.
Peter Duffell MA
Peter is an experienced business professional, coach and coach supervisor. He has worked for a number of global organisations. He is experienced in coaching and mentoring individuals and teams through transformational change. Peter has a Masters Degree in Coaching and Mentoring Practice from Oxford Brookes University, is Governance Director of the EMCC UK, is a member of the Association of Coach Supervisors and now runs his own coaching and consulting company. Email Peter here.