Session on 19 November 2021 10:00 UTC - View on timetable
In this session, we explore why coaching for leaders is more important than ever. After almost two years of uncertainty and increased pressure, professionals are seeking ways to rebuild their strength. Based on findings from the latest empirical research, I share insights on how coaching can make a positive difference and practical examples of how coaching has played a powerful role in client transformation. The goal of this session is to create forums for sharing new ideas, reflection and peer discussion on fostering psychological well-being, energy and resilience through coaching.
Session contact details:
phone: +44(0)7979 365 150
Dr Rebecca Newton is an Organisational Psychologist, Senior Visiting Fellow in the Department of Management at the London School of Economics and faculty on Executive Education programmes at Harvard Law School. Rebecca has a PhD in Psychology and is a Master Practitioner in Coaching and Mentoring with the EMCC. She is the CEO of CoachAdviser, provider of an EMCC EQA Practitioner in Coaching and Mentoring course. With over 20 years’ experience coaching and advising leaders across industries globally, Rebecca has worked with professionals from organisations such as American Express, Electronic Arts, Google, Mishcon de Reya, Nike and the World Bank. She is a regular keynote speaker on leadership and psychological well-being, with recent engagements including for Accenture, Eversheds, EY, GE Global Women’s Network and Natwest Markets. Rebecca is a regular contributor to Forbes and Harvard Business Review, and is the author of Authentic Gravitas: Who Stands Out and Why. She is passionate the important role coaching can play in empowering organisational leaders to build positive, sustainable practices and healthy teams.