The Future of Coaching

Aboodi Shabi

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Date(s) - 03/04/2019
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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Coaching has been around, as a formally recognized profession, for the last twenty or so years.

  • Why has it emerged now? What issues does it address? What is its future? And how is coaching about much more than just coaching?
  • Is coaching just about helping people achieve more, or is it about something bigger than that?
  • Are we there merely to help our clients reach their goals, or to help them articulate something deeper?

In this session, we will explore the wider context in which coaching sits – the world we live in now is changing fast, and we need to explore different ways of being in this emerging world.

It is increasingly clear that “more of the same” is not an option. We need to ask fundamental questions about the assumptions we have made about how we live and work, in order to deal effectively with the changes and challenges we are facing.

Coaching needs to address these larger concerns if it is to have a sustainable future, and, more importantly, if it is to be of service to our world.

This highly interactive, thought-provoking and stimulating webinar, offers questions and new perspectives about coaching and the world in which we do our work…

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Aboodi Shabi is an experienced leadership development coach, facilitator and trainer. 

Born in London of Iraqi Jewish and Lebanese Christian parents, and with a degree in philosophy and politics, Aboodi has a sensitive antenna for different perspectives and a deep curiosity and understanding about people and what makes them tick.

He continues to bring this ‘outsider’s’ perspective to his work today, challenging the status quo to bring new perspectives and transformational thinking to his clients and students.

Aboodi has been working in the world of professional and personal development almost all his working life, beginning his career in the voluntary sector in the 1980s.


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