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Research is increasingly playing a vital role in shaping practice in coaching, mentoring and supervision. Using an evidence base to inform practice is fast becoming part of ethical practice. This series of workshops aims to enable researchers and practitioners to share research and find practical ways to respond to inclusive futures.
‘To more confidently respond, we suggest coach trainers and professional bodies provide more information to enable coaches to better understand these issues and how they can engage with clients on these topics.’ (‘Future Trends in Coaching Executive Report 2021 by Jonathan Passmore)
Addressing this call to action the EMCC Global is leading a series of workshops which will consider recent research publications to consider futures and inclusion. The authors will present and discuss their key findings in the first 2 workshops. In the 3rd workshop the authors will join a panel of experts to translate research into practice.
The purpose of the workshop series is to:
The outcome will be an EMCC Global report with practical guidance for practitioners.
The workshops are free of charge for members who are encouraged to attend all three workshops to gain full benefit of the research and contribute to the guidance which will be made available to members.
‘This report, informed by original research by Roche and Passmore (2021) with key stakeholders across the coaching eco-system, is a call to action inspired by coaching practitioners, researchers and thought leaders seeking to deploy coaching in support of the global movement for racial justice and equity.
Our aim through this research is to raise awareness of race across the coaching eco-system and of the actions that stakeholders can take to provide a culture within the coaching industry in which everyone is welcome. While many organisations have broad sweeping statements, our research suggests we have a long way to go in taking measurable action to create an inclusive and diverse coaching industry. We invite you to read the research report and reflect on the work you need to be doing in yourself, in your organisation or in the organisations of which you are a member’
‘The aim of the research project was to take a snap-shot of the current views of coaches about the future landscape, as the world started to consider the new normal.
This brief snap-shot survey provides an interesting insight about the changing role of coaching during what is likely to emerge as a pivotal point in the development of coaching. This report provides an overview of the main findings from the 2021 Future Trends research project. The study was planned in 2020 and undertaken during a four-week period in June 2021.
A total of 1,380 responses were received over the four-week period, of which 1,266 consented to their data being included. Responses were received from 79 countries.
The questionnaire consisted of four streams: 1. Team coaching 2. Digital and online coaching 3. Future trends 4. Diversity and inclusion.’
The workshop provides an opportunity with the authors and an expert panel to reflect on the research and identify practical actions for individuals and organisations, in relation to for example, allyship, unconscious bias, mentoring for underrepresented groups, global monitoring, humble enquiry and intersectionality.
Charmaine Roche is Director of Lifeflowbalance Coaching and Consulting Ltd. She holds a number of governance and associate roles based on her 29-year career as a leader, advisor, and consultant to the education sector. She is an Association for Coaching (AC)-accredited Executive Coach, a recognised thought leader and podcaster working to advance the theory and practice of coaching for social change and social justice. She is currently undertaking PhD research at Leeds Beckett University, of which this project is a part. Her most recent publication is the article ‘Decolonising Coaching’ published in the AC Journal, Coaching Perspectives.
Jonathan Passmore is Director of the Henley Centre for Coaching, Henley Business School and Senior Vice President of CoachHub. Prior to this he has worked at PwC, IBM, and with senior leaders across the public and private sectors. He is the author of 30 books and over 100 scientific papers and book chapters. His most popular titles include: Coaches’ Handbook and Becoming A Coach: The Essential ICF Guide. He is a chartered psychologist, EMCC Master Coach, AC Honorary Life Member and ICF-accredited coach. He holds five degrees.
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