Exploring an Integral Approach to Coaching
What makes coaching Integral? Why choose an Integral Approach?
How can this style of coaching make a difference in the corporate world?
What are the pros and cons of in-house coaching?
How does it lead to people becoming self-correcting and self-generating resulting in a greater sense of satisfaction, meaning and purpose?
On 11 December 2014 at the Chateau de Penthes, Geneva we explored these and other questions.
We were delighted to have Janine Everson, Certified Professional Integral Coach and Academic Director of the Centre for Coaching, at the Graduate School of Business, University of Cape Town, presenting this event. Janine is currently presenting the Associate Coaching Course here in Switzerland, and she also has many years of experience doing corporate interventions, both designing and deploying large-scale in-house coach development programmes, as well as leadership development interventions at top-management level across the globe (click here to read a recent article on the activities of the Centre for Coaching).
Please watch below a recording of the event.
|Presented by:||Janine Everson
Certified Professional Integral Coach® and Academic Director of the Centre for Coaching
|Geneva:||Thursday 11 December 2014 | 19h00 – 20h30 (Registration from 18h00) | Chateau de Penthes, Ch de l’Impératrice 18, 1292 Pregny/Chambésy|
|Networking and Discussion:||20h30 – 21h30|
For more information contact Michele Stoudmann, Partner, Centre for Coaching (Switzerland), email@example.com