Peter Hawkins & Catherine Carr
|Speakers: Peter Hawkins & Catherine Carr
Title: Systemic Ethical Responsibility to the Wider Stakeholders
We delve into Systemic Team Coaching (STC) and its transformative power in navigating complex ethical dilemmas that arise in today’s world. This illuminating webinar challenges the very essence of coaching agendas and redefines ethical engagement.
Drawing from a rich relational, systemic, and eco-systemic framework, we offer 12 pivotal ethical STC principles and facilitate a dialogue.
Explore how STC compels us to ask ourselves, who is our client? STC does not merely serve coaches or clients; instead, it beckons us to embrace the responsibility coaches have to hold the question, “What is life requiring the team to step up to now and into the future?” What and whom is the work in service of?
We hope you leave this presentation with ethical anchors to carry out your part of systemic team coaching in a way that contributes to transforming our world.
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.
Dr. Catherine Carr is a Master Corporate Executive Coach, Supervisor, Psychotherapist, and a university instructor, with 25 years+ experience. She has broad experience working across government and additional expertise in health and pharmaceutical, Indigenous organizations, mental health, resource, finance, IT, and start-ups. Catherine coaches for Ted Talks, supporting environmental and social justice presenters.
Catherine’s early doctorate research advanced the team coaching field. Publications include the co-authored High Performance Team Coaching and 50 Tips for Terrific Teams and research articles and chapters on team coaching. Catherine currently leads Systemic Team Coaching for North America.
Catherine is grateful to do work that supports people to be well, live well, and to meaningfully contribute around them and to our world. She lives in beautiful Victoria, British Columbia Canada (traditional territories of the W̱SÁNEĆ and Lək̓ʷəŋən speaking peoples).
|Host: Terry Maltbia
Dr. Terrence E. Maltbia, Associate Professor of Practice in the Department of Organization and Leadership, at Teachers College, Columbia. Scholarly interest includes strategic learning; leadership and organizational development; diversity and cultural intelligence; executive and organizational coaching. Terry came to Columbia after 30 years of diverse experience as an external and internal organizational effectiveness consultant, thought leader and educator—in positions ranging from field sales, sales management, sales training, to Vice President Organizational Effectiveness Center of Excellence for a major Fortune 200 Corporation—as well as two consulting firms. He is the recipient of The Academy of Human Resources Development’s Malcolm Knowles Dissertation of the Year Award for his pioneering diversity practitioner research; was recognized as #1 In Coach Education in the World by Thinkers50 | Marshall Goldsmith’s Top Global Coaches 2019, 2021; AIIR Consulting’s 2020 Coaching Leadership Award Winner in 2020; and Outstanding Contribution to Coaching Award – Henley Business School, University Reading, Fall 2021.