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2020

EMCC Global Provider Summit

24-25th November 2020

2020

EMCC Global Provider Summit

24-25th November 2020

Timetable

Timetable

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Block 1

10:00 UCT
Summit opens
Welcome address
10:15 UCT
Keynote
Lucy Daykin, Francesca Lagerberg, Kim Schmidt, Kamal Shah, & Olivia Gadd: Keynote - Taking coaching global - Grant Thornton International
11:15 UCT
Break
11:30 UCT
World café: Research at the heart of practice - round table dialogues 1
Dr Geetu Bharwaney: Transforming our 2020 collective dialogue about the coaching profession into shifts in knowing, doing and being
Dr Clare Beckett-McInroy: Co-creating a coaching culture
Dr Antoinette Braks: The SHIFT from developmental coaching to transformative coaching in vertical evolution
Dr Ayse B Cinar: Strategy building and resilient leadership development underpinned by coaching techniques
Karen Brice: Imposter syndrome - how coaching supports leaders move from pain to gain
Paul Crick: The neurobiology of resilience - the future curriculum of leader development
Dr Stuart Eglin: The inner fire: a coaching alchemy
Kate Hesk: Measuring the link between happiness and performance
Dr Alison Hodge: Mapping the complex territory of team coaching - the relevance of reflection in supervision to support team coaching practitioners
Ana Paula Nacif: Coaching in groups - there is power in numbers
Ana Teresa Penim: The power of surprise in mentoring and coaching
Ros Simmons: Stop talking, start drawing: An exploration of the benefits and barriers to entry when using Drawing-in-Coaching with ‘non-creative’ professionals
Ruth Simpson: At a time when we demand more than ever from our senior leaders, why do we continue to underinvest in them?
Magda Walczak & Leah Black: It's time we listen to young people
12:45 UCT
Break
13:00 UCT
Networking
Networking with João Catalão & Cheryl Cooper
14:00 UCT
Break
14:10 UCT
Keynote
Anusca Ferrari & Dr Riza Kadilar: Keynote and Panel: skills in transition
15:15 UCT
Break
15:30 UCT
Global case studies: creativity and innovation - round table dialogues 1
Helen Buckwell & Jude Sclater: Exploring collaboration - especially in a virtual world
Richard Bentley: Create environmentally friendly team building in a COVID-19 world
Dominique Cancellieri-Decroze: The role of mentoring organisational programme managers
Dr Andrea Giraldez-Hayes: Putting supervision in the heart of coaching education and training
Catherine Gorham: Nature as a dynamic co-partner - the changing landscape
Susie Flashman Jarvis: The interface between coaching and counselling
Ruairí Kelleher: Embedding a coaching culture - lessons from team coaching
Jane Lewes: Supporting 'non-traditional' entrants to the workplace
Ed Parsloe, Charlotte Bruce-Foulds, & Paul Matthews: Going digital – sharing our experience of digital transformation
Vincent Traynor: Exploring how we – as EQA Providers – enable quality learning for our programme participants
Wiet Vandormael: In-house mentoring and coaching programme - C=challenge to bring line management on board - impact evaluation
Lucy Widdowson & Paul J Barbour: Why is a team coach’s ‘way of being’ so important?
Sam Isaacson & Ros Stephenson: Taking coaching global – challenges and opportunities in creating a global coaching culture
16:45 UCT
Break
17:00 UCT
Networking
Networking with Dr Lise Lewis & Gil Schwenk
17:50 UCT
Reflections & handover 1
Reflections on the first third and handing over the baton to the second third

Block 2

18:00 UCT
Welcome block 2
Welcome - continuing reflections, and looking ahead to the second third
18:15 UCT
Keynote
David Peterson: Accelerating development and impact in complexity, change, and disruption
19:15 UCT
Break
19:30 UCT
World café: Research at the heart of practice - round table dialogues 2
Dr Amal Marogy: Intercultural coaching with a difference - from individual stories to common narrative
Dr Ghadah Angawi: Neocharismatic leadership - bringing leadership research to the coaching practice
Jennifer Britton: Coaching virtual and remote teams - needs, practices, and tools
Dr Stuart Eglin: The inner fire: a coaching alchemy
Dr Mary Hartog & Professor David Clutterbuck: Becoming a team coach
Dr Pamela Murray: Story of a priest
Dr Michel Moral: Supervision - trends and directions
Dr Andrew A Parsons: Coaching and mentoring in health and wellness
Haesun Moon: Science of signs- learning how people connect
Cecile Andreas, Dr Petra Andres, & Alan Lee Myers: Behavioural indicators for supervision: - evil or necessity?
Professor Vanessa Urch Druskat: The brilliance of well-coached teams
20:45 UCT
Break
21:00 UCT
Networking
Networking with Dr Damian Goldvarg
22:00 UCT
Break
22:10 UCT
Keynote
Jennifer Paylor: Humility in leadership
23:15 UCT
Break
23:30 UCT
Global case studies: creativity and innovation - round table dialogues 2
Michelle Chambers: Cultivating resiliency in team coaching through disruption
Kathryn Downing: Reflective practice in virtual small group supervision
Dr Susie Warman: Research and creativity
Matt Burgess: Shine online - maintaining coaching presence in a virtual world
Hilary Haynes & Joe Ellison: Taking coaching global – challenges and opportunities in creating a global coaching culture
00:45 UCT
Break
01:00 UCT
Networking
Networking with Dr Damian Goldvarg
01:50 UCT
Reflections and handover 2
Welcome - continuing reflections, and looking ahead to the last third

Block 3

02:00 UCT
Welcome block 3
Welcome - continuing reflections, and looking ahead to the last third
02:15 UCT
Keynote
Vanessa Fudge: Keynote - leading towards a new horizon – how systemic approaches to leadership coaching can lift the conversation to a new level
03:15 UCT
Break
03:30 UCT
World café: Research at the heart of practice - round table dialogues 3
Professor Paul Brown: Applied neuroscience with a strong connection to executive coaching and brain and behaviour in organisations
Anindita Das: GROW-ing through research
Dr Stuart Eglin: The inner fire: a coaching alchemy
Dr Damian Goldvarg & Lily Seto: Group coaching supervision
Dr Bill Jacox: What are the key qualities and skills of an effective team coach?
04:45 UCT
Break
05:00 UCT
Networking
Networking with Andrew Mackenzie
06:00 UCT
Break
06:10 UCT
Keynote
Christina Demetraides, Ivan Yong, & Vimala Suppiah: Social responsibility
07:15 UCT
Break
07:30 UCT
Global case studies: creativity and innovation - round table dialogues 3
Holly Bennett & Dr Juie Haddock-Millar: Mentoring and coaching in Medicines Sans Frontieres
Jo Birch: Have I got something wrong here? Opening a conversation about culture … starting with me and you
Gerard Davies, Raquel Demingo, John Dooner, & Felicia Jackson: Story for change - towards a sustainable learning organisation
Genevieve Hodge: Social change youth leadership - lessons and successes from the 'Inspiring Teens' pilot programme
Ann Knights: Creating environments for challenge, experimentation, reflection, and learning
Brendan Hall & Rob Lewis: Clipper round the world yacht race – coaching teams through adversity and change
Dr Lise Lewis, Tony Dickel, Craig McKenzie, & David Clutterbuck: What’s different and unique about supervising team coaches? A reflection and review of a pilot training for team coach supervisors
Jeanine Bailey & Marie Quigley: Using self as an instrument
Hilary Oliver: Supervision ethical issues in practice
Janet Sernack: Navigating the innovation puzzle - coaching and mentoring innovation in an uncertain world
Ram Ramanathan: Decolonisation & democratisation of coaching
Dalia Zaghou & Hilary Haynes: Taking coaching global – challenges and opportunities in creating a global coaching culture
08:45 UCT
Break
09:00 UCT
Networking
Networking with Akram Sabbagh & Nicole Allen
09:45 UCT
Reflections & summit ends
Reflections on the third third and summit close
10:00 UCT
Summit ends