Episode 7: The Future of Coaching

13th October by George Warren

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Episode 7 – The Future of Coaching

Join us as we take at look at how coaching is evolving and ponder what its future looks like.

In this episode we explore the topic through a lens of issues including the need to democratise coaching, the climate crisis and anti-racism in the profession. We also examine why a wider step change is needed in the consciousness and philosophy of coaching in order for coaches to be truly in service of others.

Our special guests tackle the necessity for coaches to go beyond the client agenda and how coaching practitioners can and should, open and broaden client mindsets. Discover why it is important to continue the journey of learning and why it is legitimate for coaches to bring the big issues facing society into their coaching conversations.

You can link with the host and guest panellist here:

George Warren, AoEC - Host 
Hetty Einzig, Coaching Perspectives – panellist 
Jonathan Passmore, Henley Business School and CoachHub – panellist


Find out more about some of the resources mentioned in the discussion here:

Andrea Watts – Collage as a Creative Coaching Tool – https://www.amazon.co.uk/Colla... 

Burn – outdoor coaching - https://alexburnconsulting.com... 

Roche and Jonathan Passmore racial justice research - https://assets.henley.ac.uk/v3... 

Purpose - Sky Blue programme - https://commonpurpose.org/lead... in Coaching by Charmaine Roche and Jonathan Passmore - Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice https://www.tandfonline.com/do... in Coaching by Jonathan Passmore - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Diver... in the Climate Crisis – A Certificate in Climate Coaching - https://www.aoec.com/programmes/certificate-climate-coaching/