Speaker Panel:  Osama Almosa (Islam), Rabbi Yosef Lynn (Judaism),  Roy Marriott (Buddhism) & +

Faciliator: Peter Hawkins

Format: Panel Discussion – Q&A


Host: Marian Rosefield

Osama Almosa, an accomplished Executive, Leadership, and Team Coach, holds the International Coach Federation (ICF) Master Certified Coach (MCC) accreditation and an Advanced Certification in Team Coaching (ACTC) in addition to his credentialing from the EMCC (UK) Global Individual Team Coaching Accredited Practitioner (ITCA). With over a decade of coaching and 12,500+ hours of experience, he serves as a bilingual Arabic/English Organization Culture Consultant and global associate for renowned leadership development firms, impacting Fortune 500 Corporations, the World Bank Group, and the United Nations. Combining leadership credentials, a psychology background, and corporate management experience, Osama conducts impactful learning interventions for senior leaders globally. A seasoned executive coach, accredited coach trainer, mentor, and assessor, he is a prominent figure in the Arab world and MENA regions. Osama, with coaching qualifications from top international schools, is affiliated with prestigious institutions like CCL (The Center for Creative Leadership), Cranfield School of Management and Ashridge Hult Business School. Prior to his coaching focus, he spent 17 years in Fortune 100 companies, showcasing extensive practical leadership in the MENA region. The Board Chair for LIWAN promoting the use of Arabic language in coaching, founder of ICF Jordan Chapter, and an active contributor to various ICF initiatives, Osama also dedicates time to volunteering for startup businesses, entrepreneurial initiatives, and social impact projects.

Rabbi Dr. Yosef Lynn is an executive coach with over 20 years of experience focusing on helping individuals thrive in their professional lives and beyond. He is the founder and director of the Greatness Within Seminars, a noted author in the field of marriage and education, and Dean of Students at Machon Yaakov, the Dr. David Robinson Institute for Jewish Heritage in Jerusalem, since its inception in 2005. His approach is grounded in Positive Psychology and timeless Torah principles to help his clients achieve their potential. A native of Palm Beach, Florida, he holds a Doctorate in Human and Organizational Psychology (PsyD) from Touro University and a Masters in Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) from the University of Pennsylvania where he studied under the founder of the field of Positive Psychology, Dr. Martin E. P. Seligman. He lives in Jerusalem with his wife and children.

Roy Marriott MCC, trains, mentors and supervises coaches to MCC Level, and teaches “Brief Mindfulness” for busy leaders and coaches. He has been meditating daily for 35 years, and in 2004 was Ordained as “Shakyakumara.” Roy’s coaching approach is radically client centred. He combines mindfulness practice with the Social Constructionist view that clients (co-)construct their realities – and can learn to re-construct them more helpfully. This can happen in natural, elegant ways through drawing their attention towards increasingly helpful Narratives, using “Solution Focused” approaches that allow problems to dissolve and possibilities emerge. In his coaching practice Roy primarily works with Tech Leaders facing rapid uncertainty and relentless change. He resonates with leaders who want to succeed through empowering their teams.
As a Supervisor, Roy supports actual and aspiring MCC coaches to look after their well-being, develop themselves and become even better and more successful coaches.



Professor Peter Hawkins is Emeritus Professor of Leadership at Henley Business School, Chairman of Renewal Associates, co-dean and founder of the Global Team Coaching Institute, Honorary President of the Academy of Executive Coaching and Senior Fellow and Advisor to the Singapore Government. Peter is a leading consultant, coach, writer and researcher in organizational strategy, leadership, culture change, team and board development and coaching. He has worked with numerous leading organizations globally coaching executive teams and boards and facilitating major change and organizational transformation projects. He has coached over 100 boards and senior executive teams, enabling them to develop their purpose, vision, values, collective leadership and strategy for the future, in a wide range of international companies, government departments, UK health services organizations, the professional services sector and charities. He is the author of many best-selling books and papers on leadership, board and team coaching, systemic coaching, supervision, and organizational transformation.

Host: Marian Rosefield

Marian Rosefield is an EMCC-accredited coach, supervisor, wellbeing consultant, facilitator and positive psychology practitioner. Marian’s master’s research led to the development of the INRR Model™ and Supervision: with Coach-Care at Heart™. She specialises in helping coaches avoid, navigate and/or recover from compassion fatigue and burnout and emphasises the importance of coach-care and resilience. Her notable publications Lost the Bounce in Your Bungee? International Journal of Evidence-Based Coaching and Mentoring (Rosefield, M. 2023) and ‘A case for coach-care’ recently published in The Coaching Psychologist (Rosefield, M. 2024) demonstrate Marian’s commitment to advancing scholarly and professional conversations within the coaching community about coach-care. As Deputy Director for Coaching Practice: Knowledge Exchange and co-leader of the Health & Wellbeing Special Interest Group at EMCC UK, Marian is committed to advancing coaching ethics and well-being discourse within the professional community.

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