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Paul J Barbour

Beyond 1-2-1 coaching: the impact of team coaching for the new world of work

With 76% of organizations expecting to increase their use of team coaching (6th Ridler Report), this session will explain the how the fastest growing area of coaching is helping to grow and transform organizations.
Inspired by their forthcoming book on team coaching Lucy Widdowson and Paul J Barbour will present their views on the present status of team coaching and its future.

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Dr. Stephan Dahl - Climate Coaching Alliance

What are coaches being called to do? How the more-than-human world of our shared ecology can be a conscious part of every coaching conversation.

Climate change and the ecological crisis is one of the most daunting challenges we face as the human species. We each bear responsibility and can take actions and our role as coaches gives often unique access to leaders who are central to how the future plays out in the short timescale left (scientists believe to 2030) where we may mitigate some of the effects of our heating globe.

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Peter Hayward

Cultivating a Leadership Mindset in times of Crises at Intel

In this session we will explore how to build, cultivate & foster a mindset that allows leaders and their organizations to be at their best and thrive in times of change, transition and massive disruption. We will share some of the things Intel has been doing to enable and inspire its leaders and their organizations over the last 9 months and talk about some of the challenges we faced in this space.

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Bernd Holthaus

Cultivating a Leadership Mindset in times of Crises at Intel

In this session we will explore how to build, cultivate & foster a mindset that allows leaders and their organizations to be at their best and thrive in times of change, transition and massive disruption. We will share some of the things Intel has been doing to enable and inspire its leaders and their organizations over the last 9 months and talk about some of the challenges we faced in this space.

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Stephanie Keally

The Social Impact of Coaching: How the ICF Foundation is exploring the power of coaching for humanity and the planet

The ICF Foundation is on a mission to exhibit how coaching can create sustainable, positive change for humanity and the planet. We believe that globally, the effectiveness of social change organizations increases through coaching. We know that coaching is an amplifier and accelerator, and when applied, creates solutions and a ripple effect of impact.

Rene Kusch (www.heikefischer-fotografie.de)

Dr. René Kusch

The impact of personality assessment in business coaching

In this interactive session, we would like to jointly explore whether personality assessments are hocus pocus or a useful business tool. Personality assessments aren't exclusively reserved to help employers hire the best employees; Anyone can use personality assessments to potentially improve their performance at work, whether they work for themselves or someone else.

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Simone Mählmann

New coaching? Why digital coaching is more than online coaching

Coaching is in a phase of fundamental transformation. Digitization is advancing - and with it digitization in the coaching market. The question arises: what is digital coaching? Simone Mählmann deals intensively with the question of what is really new about digital coaching and which success factors are decisive for maintaining quality and fairness for everyone involved.

Dr. Josie McLean

Dr. Josie McLean - Climate Coaching Alliance

What are coaches being called to do? How the more-than-human world of our shared ecology can be a conscious part of every coaching conversation.

Climate change and the ecological crisis is one of the most daunting challenges we face as the human species. We each bear responsibility and can take actions and our role as coaches gives often unique access to leaders who are central to how the future plays out in the short timescale left (scientists believe to 2030) where we may mitigate some of the effects of our heating globe.

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Prof. Dr. Heidi Möller

What does New Work do to the executives?

Traditionally, managers are equipped with a motive structure that suggests positional power as a driver. New Work, on the other hand, means a radical rethinking, the development of a completely different attitude: Under New Work conditions, leadership is contact at eye level. It is important to help develop the potential of the employees, to support the self-organization of groups. Employees have to be empowered and enabled.

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Lisa Nitze

The Social Impact of Coaching: How the ICF Foundation is exploring the power of coaching for humanity and the planet

The ICF Foundation is on a mission to exhibit how coaching can create sustainable, positive change for humanity and the planet. We believe that globally, the effectiveness of social change organizations increases through coaching. We know that coaching is an amplifier and accelerator, and when applied, creates solutions and a ripple effect of impact.

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Michaela Ritter

Digital coaching providers convey more than just digital coaching? Opportunities & risks from the youngest players on the coaching market

The digital coaching market is growing and with it the number of providers of digital services that we call Digital Coaching Providers - DCP for short - in our survey series. Our DCP360 approach is used for the first time to create a map of this market for all actors (the DCPs themselves, coaches, coachees, companies / HR, associations) and thus to create more orientation and clarity.

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Prof. Dr. Nico Rose

Meaningful leadership - or: Why executives need good KAARMA

On the one hand, there is a consensus in many places that the days of “Command & Control” in leadership are long over. It is not infrequently propagated that leadership as a mechanism of coordination in organizations has completely served its purpose.

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Prof. Dr. Jutta Rump

A look behind the scenes of Agile Working and New Leadership

Agile working and new leadership are indisputably part of the working and leadership principles of the present and the future. Agile Working and New Leadership is seen as an answer to the VUCA world and to the comprehensive transformation processes. In order for both to be used successfully, numerous factors and framework conditions must be taken into account.

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Lena Schiller

New Work. New Self - beyond marshmallow, Lego and Co.

Technological progress is not what triggers the transformation of work, only its catalyst. As a change that was set in motion long before and deeply anchored in society, New Work focuses on the individual with his or her motives, values, needs and attitudes.

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Neil Scotton

One Life. One World. One humanity. One Future:

Much is happening in the world that is concerning. Socially. Environmentally. And more. Change is needed. But what can we do? We want a better future. But what can we do ourselves without feeling overwhelmed? And how do we raise the subject with clients and colleagues?
There is an easy way.

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Sven Semet

Your "digital coach" powered by IBM's Watson

In Sven Semet's lecture, we will get to know the possibilities of AI in today's and future working world. What is ai How does IBM's Watson work? How can AI be used today? What can AI do in the future? How is AI changing the world of work?

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Dr. Ulrike C. Strasser

Gen. Talk
Engage all generations. Speak. To listen. Use conflicts. Promote innovation.

Ulrike and Marie Strasser start with a short impulse on the equation Boomer + X + Y + Z = Innovation. What do we get when we work CROSS GENERATIONAL? What is behind the term Cross Generational Intelligence - what do Cross Gen companies and teams do better? What was the culture when we started our first job? What has shaped us?

Marie Strasser

Marie Strasser

Gen. Talk
Engage all generations. Speak. To listen. Use conflicts. Promote innovation.

Ulrike and Marie Strasser start with a short impulse on the equation Boomer + X + Y + Z = Innovation. What do we get when we work CROSS GENERATIONAL? What is behind the term Cross Generational Intelligence - what do Cross Gen companies and teams do better? What was the culture when we started our first job? What has shaped us?

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Rita Symons

Human Connections: The Role of Coaching in Imagining a Different Future

We live in uncertain times. Whilst it is easy to despair, this gives us an opportunity to think about humanity and our future in new and bold ways. What would happen if we remove some of the blinkers? Some of the things we think have to be the way they are? This session shares some recent thinking on non-violent communication and invites you to consider how we might want to reshape our way of living and what the role of coaches may be in this.

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Dr. Bernadette Tillmanns-Estorf

Tasks & Teams -

B. Braun on the way to agile collaboration

At B. Braun we promise sharing expertise. The constructive exchange has always been the focus. When the corporate strategy was realigned in 2015 in order to create systemic solutions for customers, the overarching cooperation within the company had to be further expanded. Employees had to see more of the bigger picture. Department silos had to be broken up and structural hierarchies questioned.

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Eve Turner - Climate Coaching Alliance

What are coaches being called to do? How the more-than-human world of our shared ecology can be a conscious part of every coaching conversation.

Climate change and the ecological crisis is one of the most daunting challenges we face as the human species. We each bear responsibility and can take actions and our role as coaches gives often unique access to leaders who are central to how the future plays out in the short timescale left (scientists believe to 2030) where we may mitigate some of the effects of our heating globe.

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Dr. Fabian Urban

New Work. New Self - beyond marshmallow, Lego and Co.

Technological progress is not what triggers the transformation of work, only its catalyst. As a change that was set in motion long before and deeply anchored in society, New Work focuses on the individual with his or her motives, values, needs and attitudes.

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Lucy Widdowson

Beyond 1-2-1 coaching: the impact of team coaching for the new world of work

With 76% of organizations expecting to increase their use of team coaching (6th Ridler Report), this session will explain the how the fastest growing area of coaching is helping to grow and transform organizations.
Inspired by their forthcoming book on team coaching Lucy Widdowson and Paul J Barbour will present their views on the present status of team coaching and its future.

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Dr. Alison Whybrow - Climate Coaching Alliance

What are coaches being called to do? How the more-than-human world of our shared ecology can be a conscious part of every coaching conversation.

Climate change and the ecological crisis is one of the most daunting challenges we face as the human species. We each bear responsibility and can take actions and our role as coaches gives often unique access to leaders who are central to how the future plays out in the short timescale left (scientists believe to 2030) where we may mitigate some of the effects of our heating globe.

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Michaela Ritter

Digital coaching providers convey more than just digital coaching? Opportunities & risks from the youngest players on the coaching market

The digital coaching market is growing and with it the number of providers of digital services that we call Digital Coaching Providers - DCP for short - in our survey series. Our DCP360 approach is used for the first time to create a map of this market for all actors (the DCPs themselves, coaches, coachees, companies / HR, associations) and thus to create more orientation and clarity.

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Paul J Barbour

Beyond 1-2-1 coaching: the impact of team coaching for the new world of work

With 76% of organizations expecting to increase their use of team coaching (6th Ridler Report), this session will explain the how the fastest growing area of coaching is helping to grow and transform organizations.
Inspired by their forthcoming book on team coaching Lucy Widdowson and Paul J Barbour will present their views on the present status of team coaching and its future.

Stephan Dahl.jpg

Dr. Stephan Dahl - Climate Coaching Alliance

What are coaches being called to do? How the more-than-human world of our shared ecology can be a conscious part of every coaching conversation.

Climate change and the ecological crisis is one of the most daunting challenges we face as the human species. We each bear responsibility and can take actions and our role as coaches gives often unique access to leaders who are central to how the future plays out in the short timescale left (scientists believe to 2030) where we may mitigate some of the effects of our heating globe.

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Peter Hayward

Cultivating a Leadership Mindset in times of Crises at Intel

In this session we will explore how to build, cultivate & foster a mindset that allows leaders and their organizations to be at their best and thrive in times of change, transition and massive disruption. We will share some of the things Intel has been doing to enable and inspire its leaders and their organizations over the last 9 months and talk about some of the challenges we faced in this space.

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Bernd Holthaus

Cultivating a Leadership Mindset in times of Crises at Intel

In this session we will explore how to build, cultivate & foster a mindset that allows leaders and their organizations to be at their best and thrive in times of change, transition and massive disruption. We will share some of the things Intel has been doing to enable and inspire its leaders and their organizations over the last 9 months and talk about some of the challenges we faced in this space.

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Stephanie Keally

The Social Impact of Coaching: How the ICF Foundation is exploring the power of coaching for humanity and the planet

The ICF Foundation is on a mission to exhibit how coaching can create sustainable, positive change for humanity and the planet. We believe that globally, the effectiveness of social change organizations increases through coaching. We know that coaching is an amplifier and accelerator, and when applied, creates solutions and a ripple effect of impact.

Rene Kusch (www.heikefischer-fotografie.de)

Dr. René Kusch

The impact of personality assessment in business coaching

In this interactive session, we would like to jointly explore whether personality assessments are hocus pocus or a useful business tool. Personality assessments aren't exclusively reserved to help employers hire the best employees; Anyone can use personality assessments to potentially improve their performance at work, whether they work for themselves or someone else.

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Simone Mählmann

New coaching? Why digital coaching is more than online coaching

Coaching is in a phase of fundamental transformation. Digitization is advancing - and with it digitization in the coaching market. The question arises: what is digital coaching? Simone Mählmann deals intensively with the question of what is really new about digital coaching and which success factors are decisive for maintaining quality and fairness for everyone involved.

Dr. Josie McLean

Dr. Josie McLean - Climate Coaching Alliance

What are coaches being called to do? How the more-than-human world of our shared ecology can be a conscious part of every coaching conversation.

Climate change and the ecological crisis is one of the most daunting challenges we face as the human species. We each bear responsibility and can take actions and our role as coaches gives often unique access to leaders who are central to how the future plays out in the short timescale left (scientists believe to 2030) where we may mitigate some of the effects of our heating globe.

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Prof. Dr. Heidi Möller

What does New Work do to the executives?

Traditionally, managers are equipped with a motive structure that suggests positional power as a driver. New Work, on the other hand, means a radical rethinking, the development of a completely different attitude: Under New Work conditions, leadership is contact at eye level. It is important to help develop the potential of the employees, to support the self-organization of groups. Employees have to be empowered and enabled.

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Lisa Nitze

The Social Impact of Coaching: How the ICF Foundation is exploring the power of coaching for humanity and the planet

The ICF Foundation is on a mission to exhibit how coaching can create sustainable, positive change for humanity and the planet. We believe that globally, the effectiveness of social change organizations increases through coaching. We know that coaching is an amplifier and accelerator, and when applied, creates solutions and a ripple effect of impact.

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Michaela Ritter

Digital coaching providers convey more than just digital coaching? Opportunities & risks from the youngest players on the coaching market

The digital coaching market is growing and with it the number of providers of digital services that we call Digital Coaching Providers - DCP for short - in our survey series. Our DCP360 approach is used for the first time to create a map of this market for all actors (the DCPs themselves, coaches, coachees, companies / HR, associations) and thus to create more orientation and clarity.

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Prof. Dr. Nico Rose

Meaningful leadership - or: Why executives need good KAARMA

On the one hand, there is a consensus in many places that the days of “Command & Control” in leadership are long over. It is not infrequently propagated that leadership as a mechanism of coordination in organizations has completely served its purpose.

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Prof. Dr. Jutta Rump

A look behind the scenes of Agile Working and New Leadership

Agile working and new leadership are indisputably part of the working and leadership principles of the present and the future. Agile Working and New Leadership is seen as an answer to the VUCA world and to the comprehensive transformation processes. In order for both to be used successfully, numerous factors and framework conditions must be taken into account.

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Lena Schiller

New Work. New Self - beyond marshmallow, Lego and Co.

Technological progress is not what triggers the transformation of work, only its catalyst. As a change that was set in motion long before and deeply anchored in society, New Work focuses on the individual with his or her motives, values, needs and attitudes.

Neil Scotton1.jpg

Neil Scotton

One Life. One World. One humanity. One Future:

Much is happening in the world that is concerning. Socially. Environmentally. And more. Change is needed. But what can we do? We want a better future. But what can we do ourselves without feeling overwhelmed? And how do we raise the subject with clients and colleagues?
There is an easy way.

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Sven Semet

Your "digital coach" powered by IBM's Watson

In Sven Semet's lecture, we will get to know the possibilities of AI in today's and future working world. What is ai How does IBM's Watson work? How can AI be used today? What can AI do in the future? How is AI changing the world of work?

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Dr. Ulrike C. Strasser

Gen. Talk
Engage all generations. Speak. To listen. Use conflicts. Promote innovation.

Ulrike and Marie Strasser start with a short impulse on the equation Boomer + X + Y + Z = Innovation. What do we get when we work CROSS GENERATIONAL? What is behind the term Cross Generational Intelligence - what do Cross Gen companies and teams do better? What was the culture when we started our first job? What has shaped us?

Marie Strasser

Marie Strasser

Gen. Talk
Engage all generations. Speak. To listen. Use conflicts. Promote innovation.

Ulrike and Marie Strasser start with a short impulse on the equation Boomer + X + Y + Z = Innovation. What do we get when we work CROSS GENERATIONAL? What is behind the term Cross Generational Intelligence - what do Cross Gen companies and teams do better? What was the culture when we started our first job? What has shaped us?

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Rita Symons

Human Connections: The Role of Coaching in Imagining a Different Future

We live in uncertain times. Whilst it is easy to despair, this gives us an opportunity to think about humanity and our future in new and bold ways. What would happen if we remove some of the blinkers? Some of the things we think have to be the way they are? This session shares some recent thinking on non-violent communication and invites you to consider how we might want to reshape our way of living and what the role of coaches may be in this.

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Dr. Bernadette Tillmanns-Estorf

Tasks & Teams -

B. Braun on the way to agile collaboration

At B. Braun we promise sharing expertise. The constructive exchange has always been the focus. When the corporate strategy was realigned in 2015 in order to create systemic solutions for customers, the overarching cooperation within the company had to be further expanded. Employees had to see more of the bigger picture. Department silos had to be broken up and structural hierarchies questioned.

Eve Turner.jpg

Eve Turner - Climate Coaching Alliance

What are coaches being called to do? How the more-than-human world of our shared ecology can be a conscious part of every coaching conversation.

Climate change and the ecological crisis is one of the most daunting challenges we face as the human species. We each bear responsibility and can take actions and our role as coaches gives often unique access to leaders who are central to how the future plays out in the short timescale left (scientists believe to 2030) where we may mitigate some of the effects of our heating globe.

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Dr. Fabian Urban

New Work. New Self - beyond marshmallow, Lego and Co.

Technological progress is not what triggers the transformation of work, only its catalyst. As a change that was set in motion long before and deeply anchored in society, New Work focuses on the individual with his or her motives, values, needs and attitudes.

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Lucy Widdowson

Beyond 1-2-1 coaching: the impact of team coaching for the new world of work

With 76% of organizations expecting to increase their use of team coaching (6th Ridler Report), this session will explain the how the fastest growing area of coaching is helping to grow and transform organizations.
Inspired by their forthcoming book on team coaching Lucy Widdowson and Paul J Barbour will present their views on the present status of team coaching and its future.

Alison Wybrow.jpg

Dr. Alison Whybrow - Climate Coaching Alliance

What are coaches being called to do? How the more-than-human world of our shared ecology can be a conscious part of every coaching conversation.

Climate change and the ecological crisis is one of the most daunting challenges we face as the human species. We each bear responsibility and can take actions and our role as coaches gives often unique access to leaders who are central to how the future plays out in the short timescale left (scientists believe to 2030) where we may mitigate some of the effects of our heating globe.

Stephan Dahl.jpg

Dr. Stephan Dahl - Climate Coaching Alliance

What are coaches being called to do? How the more-than-human world of our shared ecology can be a conscious part of every coaching conversation.

Climate change and the ecological crisis is one of the most daunting challenges we face as the human species. We each bear responsibility and can take actions and our role as coaches gives often unique access to leaders who are central to how the future plays out in the short timescale left (scientists believe to 2030) where we may mitigate some of the effects of our heating globe.

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Nuray Akmeric

The Social Impact of Coaching: How the ICF Foundation is exploring the power of coaching for humanity and the planet

The ICF Foundation is on a mission to exhibit how coaching can create sustainable, positive change for humanity and the planet. We believe that globally, the effectiveness of social change organizations increases through coaching. We know that coaching is an amplifier and accelerator, and when applied, creates solutions and a ripple effect of impact.

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Paul J Barbour

Beyond 1-2-1 coaching: the impact of team coaching for the new world of work

With 76% of organizations expecting to increase their use of team coaching (6th Ridler Report), this session will explain the how the fastest growing area of coaching is helping to grow and transform organizations.
Inspired by their forthcoming book on team coaching Lucy Widdowson and Paul J Barbour will present their views on the present status of team coaching and its future.

Stephan Dahl.jpg

Dr. Stephan Dahl - Climate Coaching Alliance

What are coaches being called to do? How the more-than-human world of our shared ecology can be a conscious part of every coaching conversation.

Climate change and the ecological crisis is one of the most daunting challenges we face as the human species. We each bear responsibility and can take actions and our role as coaches gives often unique access to leaders who are central to how the future plays out in the short timescale left (scientists believe to 2030) where we may mitigate some of the effects of our heating globe.

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Prof. Dr. Thomas Giernalczyk

What does New Work do to executives and how can coaching support them?

The lecture characterizes New Work and describes the changed requirements associated with it for managers. In addition, it shows how coaching supports managers in their new role. Case studies are presented and the concepts of mentalization and psychological safety discussed as helpful approaches. The participants are interactively involved in breakout sessions.

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Peter Hayward

Cultivating a Leadership Mindset in times of Crises

In this session we will explore how to build, cultivate & foster a mindset that allows leaders and their organizations to be at their best and thrive in times of change, transition and massive disruption. We will share some of the things Intel has been doing to enable and inspire its leaders and their organizations over the last 9 months and talk about some of the challenges we faced in this space.

Bernd Holthaus.jpg

Bernd Holthaus

Cultivating a Leadership Mindset in times of Crises

In this session we will explore how to build, cultivate & foster a mindset that allows leaders and their organizations to be at their best and thrive in times of change, transition and massive disruption. We will share some of the things Intel has been doing to enable and inspire its leaders and their organizations over the last 9 months and talk about some of the challenges we faced in this space.

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Stephanie Keally

The Social Impact of Coaching: How the ICF Foundation is exploring the power of coaching for humanity and the planet

The ICF Foundation is on a mission to exhibit how coaching can create sustainable, positive change for humanity and the planet. We believe that globally, the effectiveness of social change organizations increases through coaching. We know that coaching is an amplifier and accelerator, and when applied, creates solutions and a ripple effect of impact.

Rene Kusch (www.heikefischer-fotografie.de)

Dr. René Kusch

The impact of personality assessment in business coaching

In this interactive session, we would like to jointly explore whether personality assessments are hocus pocus or a useful business tool. Personality assessments aren't exclusively reserved to help employers hire the best employees; Anyone can use personality assessments to potentially improve their performance at work, whether they work for themselves or someone else.

Simone_Mählmann.jpg

Simone Mählmann

New coaching? Why digital coaching is more than online coaching

Coaching is in a phase of fundamental transformation. Digitization is advancing - and with it digitization in the coaching market. The question arises: what is digital coaching? Simone Mählmann deals intensively with the question of what is really new about digital coaching and which success factors are decisive for maintaining quality and fairness for everyone involved.

Dr. Josie McLean

Dr. Josie McLean - Climate Coaching Alliance

What are coaches being called to do? How the more-than-human world of our shared ecology can be a conscious part of every coaching conversation.

Climate change and the ecological crisis is one of the most daunting challenges we face as the human species. We each bear responsibility and can take actions and our role as coaches gives often unique access to leaders who are central to how the future plays out in the short timescale left (scientists believe to 2030) where we may mitigate some of the effects of our heating globe.

Lisa Nitze Photo.jpg

Lisa Nitze

The Social Impact of Coaching: How the ICF Foundation is exploring the power of coaching for humanity and the planet

The ICF Foundation is on a mission to exhibit how coaching can create sustainable, positive change for humanity and the planet. We believe that globally, the effectiveness of social change organizations increases through coaching. We know that coaching is an amplifier and accelerator, and when applied, creates solutions and a ripple effect of impact.

Michaela%20Ritter_edited.jpg

Michaela Ritter

Digital coaching providers convey more than just digital coaching? Opportunities & risks from the youngest players on the coaching market

The digital coaching market is growing and with it the number of providers of digital services that we call Digital Coaching Providers - DCP for short - in our survey series. Our DCP360 approach is used for the first time to create a map of this market for all actors (the DCPs themselves, coaches, coachees, companies / HR, associations) and thus to create more orientation and clarity.

Nico_Rose_roter_Pulli.jpg

Prof. Dr. Nico Rose

Meaningful leadership - or: Why executives need good KAARMA

On the one hand, there is a consensus in many places that the days of “Command & Control” in leadership are long over. It is not infrequently propagated that leadership as a mechanism of coordination in organizations has completely served its purpose.

Prof_Dr_Rump_Jutta_098.JPG

Prof. Dr. Jutta Rump

A look behind the scenes of Agile Working and New Leadership

Agile working and new leadership are indisputably part of the working and leadership principles of the present and the future. Agile Working and New Leadership is seen as an answer to the VUCA world and to the comprehensive transformation processes. In order for both to be used successfully, numerous factors and framework conditions must be taken into account.

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Martina Schildknecht

Virtual leadership and agility - how does it work at Deutsche Telekom?

If teams use agile methods, the most common assumption so far has been that they apply them together on site in an office or location. This has implications for leaders based on physical presence. Even before covid-19, we at Deutsche Telekom started thinking about agile teams in distributed locations.

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Lena Schiller

New Work. New Self - beyond marshmallow, Lego and Co.

Technological progress is not what triggers the transformation of work, only its catalyst. As a change that was set in motion long before and deeply anchored in society, New Work focuses on the individual with his or her motives, values, needs and attitudes.

Neil Scotton1.jpg

Neil Scotton

One Life. One World. One humanity. One Future:

Much is happening in the world that is concerning. Socially. Environmentally. And more. Change is needed. But what can we do? We want a better future. But what can we do ourselves without feeling overwhelmed? And how do we raise the subject with clients and colleagues?
There is an easy way.

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Sven Semet

Your "digital coach" powered by IBM's Watson

In Sven Semet's lecture, we will get to know the possibilities of AI in today's and future working world. What is ai How does IBM's Watson work? How can AI be used today? What can AI do in the future? How is AI changing the world of work?

Dr. Ulrike C. Straßer.jpg

Dr. Ulrike C. Strasser

Gen. Talk
Engage all generations. Speak. To listen. Use conflicts. Promote innovation.

Ulrike and Marie Strasser start with a short impulse on the equation Boomer + X + Y + Z = Innovation. What do we get when we work CROSS GENERATIONAL? What is behind the term Cross Generational Intelligence - what do Cross Gen companies and teams do better? What was the culture when we started our first job? What has shaped us?

Marie Strasser

Marie Strasser

Gen. Talk
Engage all generations. Speak. To listen. Use conflicts. Promote innovation.

Ulrike and Marie Strasser start with a short impulse on the equation Boomer + X + Y + Z = Innovation. What do we get when we work CROSS GENERATIONAL? What is behind the term Cross Generational Intelligence - what do Cross Gen companies and teams do better? What was the culture when we started our first job? What has shaped us?

RitaSymons.jpg

Rita Symons

Human Connections: The Role of Coaching in Imagining a Different Future

We live in uncertain times. Whilst it is easy to despair, this gives us an opportunity to think about humanity and our future in new and bold ways. What would happen if we remove some of the blinkers? Some of the things we think have to be the way they are? This session shares some recent thinking on non-violent communication and invites you to consider how we might want to reshape our way of living and what the role of coaches may be in this.

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Manuel Pistner

Departure Into The Practice Of New Work: MAKE.WORK.BETTER.

In this interactive session we would like to take you on a journey into the practical worlds of New Work and New Leadership. New forms of cooperation, collaboration and leadership are in demand to keep the focus on the most essential things even in uncertain and turbulent times. In theory, this is already familiar to many. But how do we as an organization really get into practice when it comes to the so-called "new economy"?

Eve Turner.jpg

Eve Turner - Climate Coaching Alliance

What are coaches being called to do? How the more-than-human world of our shared ecology can be a conscious part of every coaching conversation.

Climate change and the ecological crisis is one of the most daunting challenges we face as the human species. We each bear responsibility and can take actions and our role as coaches gives often unique access to leaders who are central to how the future plays out in the short timescale left (scientists believe to 2030) where we may mitigate some of the effects of our heating globe.

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Dr. Fabian Urban

New Work. New Self - beyond marshmallow, Lego and Co.

Technological progress is not what triggers the transformation of work, only its catalyst. As a change that was set in motion long before and deeply anchored in society, New Work focuses on the individual with his or her motives, values, needs and attitudes.

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Lucy Widdowson

Beyond 1-2-1 coaching: the impact of team coaching for the new world of work

With 76% of organizations expecting to increase their use of team coaching (6th Ridler Report), this session will explain the how the fastest growing area of coaching is helping to grow and transform organizations.
Inspired by their forthcoming book on team coaching Lucy Widdowson and Paul J Barbour will present their views on the present status of team coaching and its future.

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Dr. Alison Whybrow - Climate Coaching Alliance

What are coaches being called to do? How the more-than-human world of our shared ecology can be a conscious part of every coaching conversation.

Climate change and the ecological crisis is one of the most daunting challenges we face as the human species. We each bear responsibility and can take actions and our role as coaches gives often unique access to leaders who are central to how the future plays out in the short timescale left (scientists believe to 2030) where we may mitigate some of the effects of our heating globe.

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Frank Pyko

If it says new work, it should contain new learning.
An orientation and workshop for new learning

The NEW in WORK requires extensive learning. Form follow function - when do coaching, workshops and corporate learning projects carry the ideas of new work, are they new learning? When not?