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The Art of Navigating Ethical Moments as a Metaphorical Journey

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Mary Britton, PCC

Mary Britton invites your curiosity, courage, humour, compassion, resilience and presence; as a coach, supervisor, mentor, facilitator/presenter and trainer. 


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As a member of ICF Australasia’s Coaching Excellence Team Mary offers a deep-dive, interactive session on the Art of Navigating Ethical Moments as a Metaphorical Journey.

Are you ready to step into your own hero’s journey?

“Leaving one condition, finding the source of life to bring you forth in a richer or more mature or other condition.”  Joseph Campbell

Developed and used purposefully, metaphor/storytelling can contribute to inclusion and connection, build confidence, and bring about change.

What’s your story ? How can you use it to discover, reflect on and process your ethical boundaries and moments?

Joseph Campbell also tells us that “ A hero is someone who has given his or her life to something bigger than oneself,” if this resonates with you I invite you on your own hero’s journey.

Let’s step onto the path and learn a little more about ourselves ?

Presenter

Mary Britton, PCC

Mary Britton invites your curiosity, courage, humour, compassion, resilience and presence; as a coach, supervisor, mentor, facilitator/presenter and trainer.

He aha te mea nui o te ao? he tangata, he tangata, he tangata – Mary believes in you – in individuals and teams – you generate change; you are crucial to organisational thinking, and you facilitate individual and collective success in any system.

Mary’s passion is to partner individuals, teams and communities to discover and build excellence, resilience and whole-hearted joy.

Mary works with people who are ready to engage –  identifying and leveraging personal and collective strengths and understanding those ‘could be better’ bits – to generate positive change. Mary supports human beings to take ownership, build motivation for action and gain confidence to succeed in our fast-changing world.

Takeaways

  • A deeper understanding of personal and professional ethical boundaries
  • A process for discovery, reflection and possible action on ethical moments – including a worksheet for your adaption and continued use.
  • A plan for ethical practice
  • Leave this interactive workshop with deeper understanding of yourself snd your ethical boundaries, issues,choices and actions + an emotional connection to your own chosen process+ a sense of community with others as we share our hero’s journeys as coaches.
  • “Stories have a transformative power to allow us to see the world in a different way than we do if we just encounter it on our own. Stories are an entry point to understanding a different experience of the world.” Clare Patey, Director of the Empathy Museum.

ICF Members

$AUD

Non Members

$30 AUD

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Organiser
Brenda Brown

Continuing Coach Education Units

1.0 CCEU in Core Competencies

.5 CCEU in Resource Development

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