|Date of event:||9 July 2019|
|Event ends:||9 July 2019|
|Price:||£25 +VAT (FREE to Coaching Centre Members)|
Join us on Tuesday 9 July 2019 for our coaching webinar on Change Readiness: The Opportunities and Implications.
Change readiness concerns an organisation’s preparedness to manage and thrive in an unpredictable environment. A change-ready organisation demonstrably practises organisational resilience, learning orientation and adaptability – all difficult concepts to enact.
This webinar will present findings and lessons learned from a three-year study undertaken by the Institute for Employment Studies (IES) and Cranfield, which compared the impact on change readiness of different mindfulness-based training interventions. The research was conducted in leadership development settings within UK defence: scenarios where mindfulness might be considered counter to the prevailing culture.
Join me in exploring what change readiness means for coaches and organisations: the opportunities and implications.
Who Should Attend?
This webinar will be ideal for coaches; change and OD specialists; and leaders with a personal interest in change.
Dr Alison Carter
Dr Alison Carter is a Principal Research Fellow at the IES, where she leads on leadership development, change and coaching matters. She advises organisations on how to implement current change while simultaneously improving their capacity to identify and respond to as yet unknown future change.
Her research includes exploring barriers to effective coaching, what HR customers want; and the drivers of team effectiveness.
Alison has an MBA from Henley and a professional doctorate. She is a former director of the European Mentoring & Coaching Council, co-chair of the second Harvard International Coaching Research Forum, a member of the Academy of Management and a Fellow of CIPD.
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