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Cultivating a Reflective Practice to Adapt, Grow and Innovate into 2022

How, as coaches, might we pave our roads and build out future landing strips through imagination and reinvention strategies in 2022?  VPD by Zoom Meeting.

 

 

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The Covid-19 pandemic has been an unexpected curve in our lives and for countless companies globally. Coupled with the impact of the exponential changes caused by accelerated digitization, and the exhaustive range of global wicked problems, we have a unique opportunity to use this moment in time to open our windows to take a deep breath, pause, retreat and reflect.


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Cultivating a Reflective Practice to Adapt, Grow and Innovate into 2022

The Covid-19 pandemic has been an unexpected curve in our lives and for countless companies globally. Coupled with the impact of the exponential changes caused by accelerated digitization, and the exhaustive range of global wicked problems, we have a unique opportunity to use this moment in time to open our windows to take a deep breath, pause, retreat and reflect. 

Reflect about what?

About what really, and deeply matters, what is important for themselves, clients, business practices and organisations?

What will actually enable them to adapt, grow and innovate to both survive and thrive in an uncertain and disruptive world?

Why reflect about that? 

Because change opens up possibilities and opportunities for invention and innovation and constraints breed creativity.

Why is important to cultivate a reflective practice? 

Because we are at a critical 21st century turning point; a point at which a significant change can occur, so we can focus on emerging options and make fundamentals choices as to how we evoke, provoke and create the changes we want by attending and observing this turning point with “fresh eyes”.  

We will explore, how to evoke, provoke and create positive responses to the 3 fundamental core truths, that often inhibit us from boldly and bravely stepping into a future we all want to have:  

  • Keeping on doing the same things and expecting a different result! 
  • Keeping on delivering results no-one wants!
  • Trying to solve problems with the same thinking, or world views that created them.

These represent a threshold, that through cultivating a deep reflective practice, we can all learn to cross, by discovering how to be, think and act differently to create intentional shifts in structures, systems and models.

It all starts with stopping!

To create a new starting and reference point for effective and transformational coaching in the 21st century to build the landing strips of the future – which starts with becoming deeply systemically aware – so how does that happen?

In this highly interactive session, we will engage participants in generating creative conversations to collaborate and collectively respond to a range of generative questions – designed to emerge and facilitate a range of creative responses to guide them towards adapting, growing and innovating into 2022: 

  • How we might pave our roads and build out future landing strips through imagination and reinvention strategies?
  • How might we explore the possibilities and opportunities for renewal and growth in a decade of both disruption and transformation? 
  • How might we build around emerging long-term trends and take advantage of this moment in time – whilst simultaneously keeping our sights trained on what we could accomplish over the next decade? 
  • What new capabilities are in order?
  • How might we support ourselves, clients, leaders and teams to deal more effectively with the needs of culture, digital and agile transformation initiatives?

To help coaches catalyze individual, leadership, team and organisational capabilities and strategies to better enable and coach clients to adapt, innovate and grow through disruption in 2022.  

Presenters

Janet Sernack, PCC

Janet Sernack is the Founder and CEO of ImagineNation™ a Melbourne based, global innovation consulting and learning company that helps organisations, leaders, teams and coaches adapt, innovate, and grow through disruption. 

The collective at ImagineNation™ work with organisations, leaders, teams and coaches to develop future fitness to deliver their growth goals for purposeful change by:

  • Generating mindset and behaviour shifts.
  • Building leader, team and coach capability to adapt, drive change and innovation.
  • Working to unblock barriers to change, innovation and growth.
  • Unlocking people’s innovation potential and collective genius to be, think, and do things differently.

She has 32 years of experience consulting and leading culture development, change management, leadership and innovation learning interventions to some of Australasia’s and Israel’s top 100 companies.  

As a Fellow of the Institute of Managers and Leaders, an ICF PCC executive coach, a Certified Coach for Innovators, and is an award-winning global blogger and presenter of the ICF CCE Coach for Innovators Certified Program. 

She is a sought-out speaker at global conferences on innovation coaching, culture and leadership. In 2010 she moved to the Middle East and joined the Start-Up Revolution and now lives in lovely Bayside Melbourne, Australia.

Chris Gildersleeve, PCC

Chris Gildersleeve specializes in scaffolding clients to make important purposeful and lasting change at the individual, systems and organisational level.  

He draws on evidence-based approaches from innovation, positive psychology, coaching psychology, design thinking and evidence-based change practice to provide innovation coaching, leadership and executive mindset coaching, and complex cultural and systems change consulting that helps people and their organisations unleash their creative potential to achieve critical innovation goals.

Chris has in excess of 30 years of leadership experience developed in leading global organisations in the industrial service, manufacturing, and mining sectors that has been characterized by facilitating innovative complex change, effectiveness consulting, leader capability and mindset coaching, and transformational and engaging leadership. 

Chris established his own purposeful change practice in 2018 to enable him to work with organisations and individuals globally to reach their critical goals.

He has a Masters of Applied Positive Psychology, University of Melbourne, a Masters of Applied Science (Psychology of Coaching), University of Sydney and a Masters of Business (HRM), Charles Sturt University as well as a Bachelor of Economics, University of Newcastle

Key Learning Takeaways

Participants will understand the need to, and how to, develop new “future-fit” capabilities, within themselves, their clients, business practices and organisations:

  1. Know why it is crucial to cultivate and sustain a deep reflective practice as a lever for emerging and effecting learning and positive change in 2022. 
  2. Know what is involved in developing a deep reflective practice through adopting the pause-retreat-reflect cycle. 
  3. Know the key steps in cultivating and sustaining a deep reflective practice to explore possibilities, opportunities and strategies to transition and reboot in 2022, in ways client’s value, appreciate and cherish.

Event Program

This session will be held on the Zoom meeting platform. 

Your unique joining link will be sent in the ticket once you register.

The session will be recorded and distributed to all registrants a day or two after the event.

 

 

ICF Members

$30 AUD

Non Members

$50 AUD

Event Date

RSVP by
2 December, 2021

Organiser
Brenda Brown

Continuing Coach Education Units

1.0 CCEU in Core Competencies

.5 CCEU in Resource Development

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