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31st January 2021

Let The Ecology do the Coaching and Supervision – a panel discussion 4th March

Eve is hosting a panel discussion on 4th March for Coaching at Work’s second Climate Coaching Action Day.  This discussion will be part of the Climate Coaching Alliance’s 3rd 24-hour event, with the theme of “What’s mine to do?”.  The title of the discussions  is “Letting the ecology do the coaching and supervision.” This will […]

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13th August 2020

The Necessary Revolution in Coaching from Ego-centric to Eco-centric

Following a highly successful session at the Coaches Rising conference in July, attended by six hundred people, Professor Peter Hawkins and I are leading a session for APECS, the Association for Professional Executive Coaching and Supervision on the next steps for coaching against the background of Covid-19 and climate change. There are limited places for […]

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13th June 2020

Leading in Times of Uncertainty – free coaches’ summit

This online summit hosted by Coaches Rising takes place across two weeks from 13th July. The selection of speakers is inspiring and will take us to our learning edge as coaches, mentors, supervisors, consultants and leaders. They range from the amazing leader and author Christiana Figueres who helped achieve the Paris agreement of 2015 on […]

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14th April 2020

Uplifting free ebook on ‘Surviving the Coronavirus Lockdown & Social Isolation’

I am thrilled to recommend this wonderful, free, ebook ‘Surving the Coronavirus Lockdown & Social Isolation‘ with short stories to uplift us during the lockdown across the world. Well done to Kevin McAlpin and David Norrington and wordcatcher publishing for getting this conceived, written and available in just a few days – record time! Professor […]

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18th March 2020

Coronavirus and coaching and supervision

We are living in unprecedented times and it is important that we come together as a community both for mutual support and to explore what we can collectively do with the skills we have to support others; so we are organizing several opportunities to do so. Covid-19 is something that is impacting each of us […]

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