Leading and Coaching Across Cultures workshop

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Join Professor Philippe Rosinski in his course Leading and Coaching Across Cultures the University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) - Certification COF assessment.

3-5 March 2020

Course Programme

Day One: Integrating the cross-cultural dimension into leadership and coaching

09:00 Registration
09:30 Session 1

  • Global leadership and coaching to address complex challenges in today’s interconnected and turbulent environment, and to achieve sustainable and meaningful success.
  • A novel, inclusive and dynamic understanding of culture.
  • Explore attitudes vis-à-vis cultural differences from ethno-centrism to leveraging cultural diversity.
  • Decipher cultural differences and identify new growth opportunities outside one’s cultural comfort zone and through the synthesis of differences, with the Cultural Orientations Framework (COF).

19:00 Dinner

Day two: Leading and coaching of individuals, teams and organisations

09:00 Session 2

  • Become aware of your own cross-cultural orientations, learn to identify others’ orientations and effectively bridge cultural gaps.
  • Intercultural coaching practice in one-on-one coaching situations.
  • Global team development: research findings, case studies and action learning activity.
  • Global organisational development through alliances and M&As: research findings, case studies.

19:00 Dinner

Day three: Engaging in your own high-performance and high-fulfilment journey

09:00 Session 2

  • The Global Coaching Process to practically engage in leadership and global coaching: develop familiarity with a 3-step process to facilitate a high-performance and high-fulfilment journey with individuals and teams.
  • The Global Scorecard: Learn to set objectives that promote business success while encouraging you to take care of yourself, nurture relationships, and serve society at large.
  • Art and coaching across cultures.
  • Leading and coaching from multiple perspectives: physical, managerial, psychological, political, cultural and spiritual.
  • Möbius strip model: achieving unity in diversity.

17:00 Course ends

Dietary requirements

If you have any specific dietary requirements or allergies please inform us at coaching@ice.cam.ac.uk if you have not already advised us of your requirements.

Course materials

A booklist, course syllabus and detailed timetable are circulated as far as possible in advance of a course. You will receive these documents by email if you have provided us with your email address; please check your spam folder if you have not received these documents. You can also download material from the Documents section at the bottom of this page.

* ICF Accreditation totals
19.5 Core competencies hours
1.75 Resource development hours

For more information or to book your place visit http://www.ice.cam.ac.uk/course/leading-and-coaching-across-cultures or our Coaching Across Cultures article from the Winter Issue of Relocate magazine

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