12pm – 1:00pm | April 17, 2019
VUCA has become a recognized term to describe the turbulence and speed of change that employees are experiencing. Employees describe their organizations as now having high and increasing expectations of resilience, and research identifies resilience as one of the top predictors of career success. Resilience has become a ‘buzz word’ but coaches are presented with clients who at times feel stretched beyond their resilience capacities by the relentless of pressure, or clients who manage the pressures until a disruption in another part of their life drains their resources. In this webinar Dr Carole Pemberton will use her experience of working with resilience issues to look at:
- Why resilience will continue to be an important issue in coaching regardless of economic conditions.
- The science of resilience and why 2 people exposed to the same event will respond very differently.
- The signs that a client’s resilience is being impacted.
- 3 ways of working with resilience loss
The session will support the following ICF competences: Active Listening Creating Awareness Designing Actions
About Dr. Carole Pemberton
Dr Carole Pemberton is a UK based executive coach with over 20 years experience. Her learning has come from working with leaders whose resilience has been impacted. Her client base includes humanitarian organizations, where leaders can be working in war zones; senior business leaders in the private sector whose work is being impacted by technology, globalization and new entry disrupters; as well as senior public servants who are working with the uncertainty of Brexit. She is also involved in designing corporate wide initiatives on resilience for major organizations. Carole’s own research looked at how coaching can support leaders in moving forward from setback. She is the author of a number of books on coaching and career topics, including Resilience: A Practical Guide for Coaches (McGraw Hill). She is Visiting Professor on business coaching for a UK business school and has received numerous recognition for her coaching work and authorship.
Webinar Session is approved for 1.0 Core Competency CCEU credit from ICF.