Space for network members to start discussions, share ideas and resources, and/or raise questions.
I'm pleased to announce our 5th session in this new series has been confirmed and I will be co-hosting with another program alum, where we'll explore the important topic of "Coaching and Resilience" - I'm looking forward to it - she has really taken our "coach-specific project" from the program to the next level! Use the links below to pre-register for the morning or afternoon sessions. Hope to see many of you in the space!
Co-Host: Dr. Terrence E. Maltbia, Faculty Director & Sule Kutlay, 3CP Alumni from Turkey
The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take V - a | Friday May 29, 2020 | 9:00 to 10:00 AM Eastern Time U.S.
Recording Link - Morning
The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take V - b | Friday May 29, 2020 | 4:00 to 5:00 PM Eastern Time U.S.
Recording Link - Evening:
Slides and Other Supporting Sources
You can download a PDF of the slides for this session below. Also, to learn more about connections between "Coaching and Resilience" check-out Sule Kutlay's Blog on LinkedIn:
Planning Document with Chat Log...
The "Chat Logs" from both the morning and evening sessions are posted below - NOTE: these include those who attended the session (and location for future connections); the actual poll questions; emerging themes from poll questions; and insights during check-out; I sometime make notes on questions that emerged during the session that we did not see.
Resource: Recent Conference Board Report:
As you learned in the Columbia Coaching Program, conext matters! The Conference Board, I think tank headquarted here in NYC, USA is a useful soruce for relevant data and resource on a vast array of organizational topics. I've attached their recent report, entitled "From Immediate Responses to Planning for the Reimagined Workplace: Human Capital Responses to COVID-19," which is full of data on: (a) various organizatinal responses to COVID-19 (mainly "immediate responses) and (b) importantly exploring various ways organizations are thinking about the future. This piece helped me reframe the current context from "going back to normal" (which I don't think will happen) to co-creating the future of work, and supporting organizations, and their leaders, in making this transition (for some) and transformation (for others) - I think coaching has a role for both!
NOTE: Please resources and tools you find useful related to the topic of resilience!