Coaches and Social Change Webinar June 27

Posted: May 18th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: New resources, World-changing coaches | 5 Comments »

Save the date! On Wednesday, June 27, I’ll be presenting a free webinar for the Co-Active Network on Coaches and Social Change: The New Wave. I’ll be talking about many of the topics discussed in 50 Ways Coaches Can Change the World, with plenty of time for your questions and comments. The webinar will be held from 10:00-11:00 AM Pacific Daylight Time (1:00-2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 6:00-7:00 PM British Summer Time). There is no charge to register, and a recording will be available for registered participants who can’t attend. I’ll post again when registration opens.


5 Comments on “Coaches and Social Change Webinar June 27”

  1. 1: Mary Alice Kirincic said at 4:00 am on May 19th, 2012:

    Please register me to receive your recorded session. Sorry to be traveling and unable to attend live. Will use recording in our
    “coaches reboot” group.

  2. 2: Ronnie Dunetz said at 1:38 am on May 20th, 2012:

    I look forward to it- please sign me up- as I am in Israel and it is evening time not sure I can talk but I will definitely try and look forward to the recording- cheers.

  3. 3: C.J. Hayden said at 2:10 pm on May 22nd, 2012:

    Mary Alice and Ronnie, I will make sure you receive invitations when registration for this event is open.

  4. 4: Ronnie Dunetz said at 5:44 am on June 15th, 2012:

    Greetings- an idea crossed my mind and thought I would reach out and ask if you know of anything like this- I looked at the section of the book that deals in developing countries and the relevant links and did not see anything along these lines…

    I was thinking that it could really be a powerful thing if there would be international projects- specifically focused on the developing world- in which coaches from all over the world would come and volunteer their services. I am thinking of equivalents in other professions such as “Doctors without Borders”, the very many volunteer projects which take on volunteers for periods from a week on up, disaster relief, even the “volunteer on Kibbutz” type experience that has been around here in Israel for many years. In this case, I think it would be a project that would be for coaches only, by coaches only in service of an ongoing project that would be set up to need, absorb and create value by having coaches doing it as opposed to other professions. I think such a project- if successful- could be widely publicized, be open to coaches coming and giving of their time and attract coaches around the world…and help change the world….is their something like this out there? If there were I would love to go on it….

  5. 5: C.J. Hayden said at 7:53 am on July 4th, 2012:

    Ronnie, this is an intriguing idea. The closest project to this that I am aware of is Coaching the Global Village. If you read Pat Williams’ original thought paper when he began the project (http://coachingtheglobalvillage.org/our-founder/a-thought-paper/), you’ll see that his vision was quite similar. The biggest challenge, of course, is funding. With donor funds so scarce, it’s a lot easier to convince funders that the developing world needs medicine than it is to convince them it needs coaching. But Coaching the Global Village would likely welcome your participation if you would like to become involved in some way.


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