The business case for organisations – how to make coaching more affordable?
Join us for an engaging and lively discussion around Integral Coaching followed by networking and drinks.
You will also have the opportunity to meet the faculty on the Associate Coaching Course.
There is no need to have any prior coaching experience or knowledge to attend.
Please complete the registration form below if you’d like to attend.
For those who’d like to find out more about Integral Coaching before-hand, we invite you to read the following articles:
Coaching out your best!
By Janine Everson
A good coach will help you to notice your unconscious patterns of behaviour and habits, to self-correct and to think up action plans and solutions. You may even discover leadership strengths you weren’t aware of. Click here to read more
Coaching across language, gender and race boundaries: Lessons from South Africa for Europe
By Craig O’Flaherty
One of the key challenges for coaching is how to coach in diverse cultural contexts where language, race and other determinants create challenges for people to connect. What are some of the lessons that coaches in South Africa have learned about the need to coach into Social Identity, and how might these insights aid European coaches as the context becomes culturally richer and more complex? Click here to read more
Date: Tuesday, 19 April 2016 Location: Hotel Alpha Palmier, Lausanne (Rue du Petit-Chêne 34, 1003, Lausanne) The hotel is a 2 min walk from the station – click here for directions Time: 19h00 – 21h00 (registration from 18h30)
To register, please fill out the form below. If you have any questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or on +41 79 242 77 90.
There are a limited number of seats – we will send you an email confirming your registration.
Looking forward to meeting you on 19 April.
Craig O’Flaherty is Founder and Director of The Center for Coaching. He is a highly experienced Integral Coach who has worked to coach senior executives in leading organisations across the globe and to train prospective business and life coaches. He also consults on the design and implementation of coaching cultures and processes within companies.
In the 15 years prior to his coaching work, Craig worked as a partner with two of the world’s leading consulting companies, Accenture and Gemini Consulting, in the dynamic world of strategy consulting. During that time he operated at the CEO, board and senior executive levels, designing and implementing strategy and organizational transformation programs across a wide range of industries. Craig has experience dealing with executives on the critical competitive issues facing their organizations, fashioning and implementing strategic change agendas in order to reposition organizations within their markets and industries.
Craig is a certified Integral Coach® through New Ventures West and a Professional Certified Coach through ICF. He has a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Industrial Psychology from the University of the Witwatersrand and a Masters in Business Administration from Wits Business School. (read more >>>)
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