Session on 26 November 2019 11:00 UTC - View on timetable
At last year’s EMCC Global Provider Summit, we facilitated a roundtable focused on implementing more systemic approaches to coaching. In our recent projects, we have been experimenting with different ways of ensuring that coaching is highly business relevant in order to meet the desired stakeholder outcomes from a team or individual coaching engagement. This comes with it some new thoughts on how to ensure that coaching is highly business relevant in today’s context. We have found this level of business relevance to be important for the effectiveness of team coaching in particular.
In this roundtable discussion, we look forward to peer dialogue with you and sharing our collective and emerging experiences of scaling coaching across an entire organisation? For us as coaches and team coaches to help address the business challenges, do we need to adopt any different mindsets in understanding the business landscape in order to make happen a sustainable change? Does the current business context demand a different mindset for us as team and individual coaches to be able to engage with the business realities today? What can we learn from each other’s stories on how we are evolving our thinking in our profession?
Dr Geetu Bharwaney is the CEO and Managing Director EI World. She has 26 years’ experience in developing leaders and teams, as an organisational effectiveness, emotional intelligence consultant, team coach and programme designer. As Ei World’s CEO, Geetu leads a team of executive coaches, team coaches and organisational effectiveness consultants. With her team in Ei World, Geetu collaborates with clients across 45 countries to maximise organisational impact, influence and performance — by providing customised leadership development, team effectiveness coaching, and emotional resilience programmes and assessments. Geetu is the Author of Emotional Resilience: How to be Agile, Adaptable and Perform at Your Best (2015), and a member of the Ei Consortium, founded by Daniel Goleman and Richard Boyatzis to advance research and application of emotional intelligence in organisations. She is an EMCC Global ISMCP Assessor, Advisor, and Consultant.