Session on 24 November 2020 18:15 UTC - View on timetable
As complexity increases and the pace of change continues to accelerate, leaders need new, better ways to learn and grow. Coaching is ideally suited to the challenge, however the demands for coaches to add value faster, and in new and different ways, are accelerating as well. To keep pace, they can’t just keep running faster and harder, they need new tools and mindsets. It’s time to reinvent ourselves and our profession before we are disrupted.
David’s session outlines five distinctive ways that coaches can amplify their value and impact in times of complexity and change, along with practical techniques to thrive in times of complexity and disruption. By starting from “first principles”, David identifies several key areas where the conventional wisdom is becoming obsolete, and coaches need new skills, techniques, and mindsets for themselves and their clients. You will leave with 3-4 new ideas about how you can build trust faster, generate lasting value to your clients, and enhance resilience and long-term sustainable high performance.
As Director of Executive Coaching and Leadership at Google, David Peterson supported innovative, high-impact leadership, learning, and executive development initiatives. Now Chief Catalyst and Transformation Officer at 7 Paths Forward, David continues to inspire world-class leadership and accelerate development and impact for leaders, teams and executive coaches.
No stranger to keynote presentations, David coaches over 500 senior leaders at Google, including vice presidents and senior vice presidents. His session will provide insight and inspiration for other executive coaches as well as leaders across all sectors.
David will be introduced by Marva Sadler CEO at the EMCC Global-accredited World Business and Executive Coach summit (WBECS). With over 20 years of executive management experience, Marva excels in building high-performing, positive team cultures based on shared goals, shared accountability, and shared values of honesty, kindness, and respect.