|Date||6 October 2023|
|Time||10:00-11:00 (Timezone: Europe/London)|
|Price||£30+VAT (Discounted rate available for members of The Henley Centre for Coaching)|
We talk about systems theory as if there were just one way of thinking about systems, whereas there are many ways of thinking about systems. In this session, Dr Paul Lawrence will consider climate change from different systemic philosophies and consider each as a lens for defining a personal and collective agenda for action.
After completing a PhD in Psychology, Paul embarked on a corporate career with BP, leading teams and businesses in the UK, Spain, Portugal, Australia and Japan. Based in Sydney, he has been working as a coach and consultant since 2007 and has over 4,500 coaching hours working with individuals, groups and teams.
Paul conducts research on a regular basis and has published more than a dozen academic articles and book chapters. He has authored four books: Leading Change: How Successful Leaders Approach Change Management, Coaching in Three Dimensions: Meeting the Challenges of a Complex World, The Tao of Dialogue and Coaching Systemically: Five Ways of Thinking About Systems.
He is an Honorary Research Associate at Oxford Brookes University and established the Association for Coaching in Australia.