Session on 16 November 2021 10:00 UTC - View on timetable
This session is for all coaches (new, experienced, highly seasoned team coaches including individual coaches)
Dr Geetu Bharwaney invites you to explore the topic of team coaching (aka senior leadership team coaching), as a force for change.
Geetu will draw from her 31 years’ experience in executive and team development, working across 45 countries.
We will explore:
• Brief input on team coaching – what it is and foundational principles for effective implementation.
• Group dialogue on organisational pains today.
• Group dialogue on the role we can play as change agents when working with teams.
• Top tips for progressing a team coaching practice from a practitioner’s experiences of doing so.
Dr Geetu Bharwaney is the Founder and CEO of Ei World, helping businesses and leaders to rethink the way that work gets done. Geetu’s work involves special assignments at the top of companies, globally. Her core expertise is coaching emotional intelligence and emotional resilience. She is the Author of “Emotional Resilience” (Pearson) and a Keynote Speaker.
“Emotional Intelligence is at the core of the Human Being”.
Ei World is a long-standing, recognised leader in the field of emotional intelligence, with over 31 years in executive and team development, working across 45 countries to help companies obtain a competitive advantage by coaching emotional intelligence and team effectiveness. In Ei World, Geetu has been leading a team of executive coaches and organisational effectiveness consultants for over 27 years. This work is in service of helping client teams to experience a step change in how they function.
Ei World’s specialism is the advanced application of emotional intelligence, in leaders and teams, including the awareness and development of emotional resilience. In Ei World, we deploy a holistic, tailored team coaching approach, which incorporates thought-provoking assignments for the team that challenge a team to reflect and move on from self-limitations, assumptions and thinking patterns.
The motivating factor for being a leading change agent was not just academic for Geetu, it was personal. Diagnosed with cancer over 16 years ago, she recognised the things in her life that were holding her back and making her sick, and made the necessary changes to realise a different outcome.
Today, her expertise focuses on team development coaching, team effectiveness, individual effectiveness and global leadership development. With a particular interest in using emotional intelligence assessments to understand the ‘inner leader’ and build targeted interventions for increasing emotional intelligence.
One of Geetu’s key passion is to equip people to develop the skills and capabilities of working with emotional intelligence in their own arenas of work in these very challenging times. She is qualified trainer of two pioneering accreditations in coaching tools for HR Professionals, coaches and change agents – Team Emotional Intelligence Survey and Emotional Resilience Awareness Survey.
As an internationally-respected and recognised thought leader and speaker, Geetu has published numerous papers and chapters on emotional intelligence.
Geetu’s book ‘Emotional Resilience: how to be agile, adaptable and always perform at your best’ (Pearson: London) is a definitive, comprehensive and practical guide that deeply explores the subject of emotional intelligence.
Her work is recognised by global clients, over a broad spectrum of industries (global technology, oil and gas, insurance, manufacturing, retail, financial services, healthcare, I.T., pharmaceutical, military, non-profits, higher education, etc.) and include FTSE 100, Fortune 50 companies, government agencies and service providers, private-equity owned companies, sports associations and public-private partnerships.