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Jackie Arnold and colleague Lydia Stevens are hosting a course for supervisors wishing to integrate skills, reflection, journaling and specific techniques to address confidence when coaches are introducing climate and biodiversity into their coaching & supervision conversations.
There is a good deal of emotional trauma surrounding these conversations. Feelings of loss sadness and overwhelm can often arise. This course aims to support participants to feel better equipped to deal with these strong emotions and to share experience and delve into climate science in a safe environment.
Skilled internal and external coaches or supervisors who want to use their knowledge and expertise in the field of climate and biodiversity coaching and supervision
Senior people in business or consultants who have coaching as part of their function: for example Human Resources, Organisational Development, Learning and Development, Heads of Departments
Participants will be looking for a challenging, ICF accredited program that can provide an excellent forum for learning and development.
Embody a climate coaching mindset
Establish and maintain agreements and responsibility
Understand how you can come across as a climate and biodiversity coach
Demonstrate ethical practice
Draw on climate related emotional intelligence
Think and relate systematically
Integrate climate science into coaching without attachment
ICF Continuing Coach Education Units (CCEUs)
Belonging to a global, diverse community of like-minded professionals
A more integrated coaching and supervision practice
Visit the Climate Biodiversity Coaching site for more information and to book your place
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