Registration page for the Peter Drucker Forum 2021 - Discount code: Partner-2021
Exclusively for you: Special discounts for this year's Global Peter Drucker Forum
We are delighted to announce we are once again partnering with the 13th Global Peter Drucker Forum. Being held both online and on-site in Vienna, it will once again gather top thinkers and practitioners together with participants from around the world. You may like to be among them?
The human imperative: How to navigate uncertainty in the digital age
How to make viable decisions in turbulent times? How to deal with feelings that you’re losing control? And how can digitalisation help us navigate through the crisis without advancing overly technocratic or even totalitarian objectives?
The Global Peter Drucker Forum in Vienna has established itself as the “place to be" when it comes to discussing the big issues of our time. Its goal is to take forward the aims enunciated by Peter Drucker: to promote innovation, entrepreneurship and technology in the service of humanity. In short: the use of management as a force for good and to improve the world. This year's Forum builds on that thought and they believe it is time to write another chapter of management, based on a powerful vision of humanism renewed for our digital times.
As a close partner of the Forum, we take pleasure in extending selected discount promotions to you exclusively: a 10% discount as an AoEC Alumni, plus 15% Early Bird discount only for the Total Drucker Experience, the latter available until 30th September.
When booking, please use the discount code: Partner-2021.
The Total Drucker Experience comprises:
Digital Workshop Day and Digital Forum Day* (10th & 17th November), plus its headline two-day in person Forum in Vienna on 18th & 19th November, a richly interactive event featuring top speakers and thought leaders (Julian Nida-Rümelin on "Digital Humanism", Roger Martin, Andrew Hill, Rita McGrath, Julia Kirby, Don Tapscott) along with experienced and highly regarded chair Eduardo Braun.
Want to know more? Take a look at the digital programme.
We look forward to seeing you soon on Zoom and/or on site in Vienna.
*Important note: the digital days can also be booked individually or as a package. The 10% partner discount applies to all ticket types. The 15% early bird discount applies to the Total Drucker Experience type only.
Mental Health First Aid Training for Executive Coaches
Gain a solid psychological base to your coaching and save £100 on accredited Mental Health First Aid ( MHFA) training starting Wednesday 03 November.
As a former Director of Executive Coaching and trainer at the AoEC I know how much time, money and commitment you will have already made on your journey as a coach. There are always more courses, and tools you can invest in to further develop you and your coaching practice, so why choose this one?
I chose to train as a Mental Health First Aider, then as an Instructor because I believe it provides vital knowledge that is of benefit to everyone, particularly coaches. Here are some of the benefits to you in investing in the training.
-Understand how to spot mental health issues in your clients
-Gain confidence through have mechanisms in place to support your clients if they face a mental health challenge.
-Learn the appropriate language and five-step approach to use
-Have access to resources to signpost clients toward professional and other supports
-Be reassured that you have invested in your professional and ethical commitment to safeguard your clients.
“As a newly accredited coach with the AoEC, I found the Mental health First Aid course that Stephen ran to be extremely helpful in ensuring the appropriate boundaries were clearly defined as a coach whilst also providing support for individuals during my coaching conversations. Stephen’s facilitation of the course was excellent, and the insights he added helped bring the topics to life. I would definitely recommend this course to any AoEC graduate or trainee.”
Amanda Rees, Practitioner Diploma Graduate
Global coaching study - the impact of covid-19
We are delighted to be support with Professor Jonathan Passmore, Henley Business School, University of Reading, in a global coaching survey.
The survey takes on average 8-16 minutes to complete and aims to explore a range of issues associated with the impact of Covid – 19, and the changing coaching landscape, specifically team coaching, the move to digital, future trends and diversity and inclusion in coaching.
Can I encourage you to spend a few minutes completing this survey to share your experiences over the past 18 months as a coach and your views about the future.
The survey will not require you to enter any personal data and is completely anonymous. The results will be available in late Autumn 2021, and will be available free to all supporters.
The survey is in English and can be found at: https://2utarbsm23x.typeform.com/to/GzRXFTKf
For questions about the research, you can connect Prof Passmore on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathan-passmore-08427b57/