|Date||8th December 2020|
|Time||6:30pm - 7:30pm|
|Price||£25 +VAT (FREE to Coaching Centre Members)|
Artificial intelligence (AI) is making inroads into all areas of working life. Coaching and coach supervision are not immune. While applications like coachbots are currently limited to predictable, relatively simple situations, the addition of AI – algorithms that adapt and learn – is a radical game changer. AI can already outperform humans in some aspects of therapy.
What can you do to prepare for this brave new world? We will consider the evidence to date and explore together practical strategies for creating coach–AI partnerships and supervisor–AI partnerships.
Ignore these developments at your professional peril!
Who Should Attend?
You will find this thought-provoking session valuable if you are a coach (external or internal) wanting to meet the challenge of AI head on, rather than “hope for the best”, a supervisor, an HR professional wanting to raise the quality and availability of coaching, or a leader, who wants to incorporate these developments into the evolution of a coaching culture.
David Clutterbuck is a Visiting Professor at Henley and three other business schools. The ‘last man standing’ of the original coaching and mentoring pioneers, he was co-founder of the EMCC and is the author of more than 70 books.
David has been researching the role of AI in coaching for several years, presenting and leading discussion forums around the world.
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