Session on 26 November 2019 14:45 cest - View on timetable
Shelley Crawford and Vincent Traynor will introduce these global case studies and moderate the session.
Shelley Crawford is EMCC Global WorkGroup Leader for accreditation of training programmes (EQA). Shelley is the creator and developer of the Jess (TM) Resilience-building Certification Programme and Team Resilience-building Programme for coaches, psychologists, psychotherapists, counselors and HR wellbeing facilitators. The programme provides unique tools that can assist people to build resilience in individuals, teams and groups. An experienced Resilience and Executive Coach, EMCC Global Individual Accreditation (EIA) and EMCC global Quality Award (EQA) Assessor, Coach Supervisor, and Lecturer, Shelley’s resilience-building work is underpinned by robust positive psychology, social and health psychology, cognitive behavioral principles and neuroscience research. Shelley is an accredited EMCC Global coach at Practitioner level.
She has a vivacious, insightful, positive and dynamic personality which she brings, with an extensive experience in a variety of business areas, to her profession. Her passion is resilience-building in leaders, individuals & teams. Shelley’s deep interest in helping people to be resilient assists them to realize their fullest potential & talents to achieve their goals – in diverse & culturally different environments. Global clients include, amongst others: EAP, SAP, Apple, GIBS, DAA, Health Services Executive, Lilly, QAAET, ESB, UCC. Over the past 20 years, Shelley has coached clients through honest conversations, performance issues, resilience & stress management – designing programmes for government, corporate & higher education in Ireland, South Africa, New Zealand & Bahrain. Her work involves extensive travel in Europe, Africa & the USA.
Vincent Traynor is acredited as an EMCC Global Master Practitioner Executive Coach and is an organisation consultant, holds advanced qualifications in systems psycho-dynamics and organisational change (Tavistock Institute), Gestalt-informed executive and team coaching, and professional supervision. He specialises in the development, delivery, and evaluation of one-to-one and group-based interventions that build competence and collaboration, and develop commitment to new ways of being and working. Vincent is also a Supervisor and EMCC Assessor of professional coaching practice.
Vincent divides his time between his independent practice and his role as Principal Lecturer leading the development of Sheffield Hallam University’s (UK) Leadership Development Portfolio. His previous roles have included Course Leader, MSc Coaching & Mentoring (SHU), Head of Client Services (PB Coaching), and Senior Organisation Consultant and Executive Coach (BT). His clients have included: BT, Centrica, Sky, Vision Express, PwC, NHS, UK Athletics, Surrey County Council, and Sheffield Hallam University.