Networking opportunities before and after the conference : from 19:00 - 20:00 and from 21:30 - 22:00
Preliminary work to do:
To take full advantage of our experience together, I ask you to please complete the COF (Cultural Orientations Framework) assessment by 30 August 2018 at the latest.
The process should take about 20 minutes. You simply need to click on this link
http://www.cofassessment.com/join/CfDgXTYF5mgy/ and follow the instructions (login &
complete the two parts of the questionnaire). Please print your COF report (available in PDF
format) and bring it with you for our session together.
Please note that you can choose to complete the assessment in English, Dutch or French (or
Spanish) and to issue the report in your language.
Your individual data will not be divulged and strict confidentiality will be respected. Only
aggregate results will be shared with the group of participants.
About the conference
Weaving a cultural perspective into team coaching is crucial, not only because teams are increasingly culturally diverse but also because when teams tap into their hidden intercultural potential, they become more creative and more effective.
In this session, Philippe will build upon his previous work (“Coaching Across Cultures” and “Global Coaching”), introduce a new process (10-Co steps) for coaching intercultural teams, and most of all, will focus (1) on examining practical cases and (2) on giving you a chance to explore your own individual and collective cultural orientations using the new Cultural Orientations Framework (COF) assessment (in English, French or Dutch). This will give you a sense of how coaching across cultures can be deployed in practice and how culture enriches the team coaching process.
Philippe will refer to the traditional view of diversity (i.e., external/internal diversity) and will introduce the notion of explicit/implicit diversity. He will argue that all teams are culturally diverse, at least in some latent fashion, and that therefore team coaching needs to become intercultural team coaching.
is the author of the seminal bestseller Coaching Across Cultures. He is widely regarded as the pioneer of intercultural coaching having first systematically integrated the cultural perspective into coaching.
The first European to be designated Master Certified Coach by the International Coach Federation, a Master of Science from Stanford University, Philippe is principal of Rosinski & Company and a professor in Tokyo (Kenichi Ohmae Graduate School of Business).
His latest book Global Coaching has been described as “having moved the art and science of coaching to a new level” and offers an integrated coaching approach that leverages multiple perspectives for greater creativity, impact and meaning.
ICF Competencies covered : all, and in particular 2, 3,4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Coaching Intercultural Teams (all teams are intercultural!)
Le 17 sept. 2018 de 20:00 à 21:30
Philippe Rosinski, MCC