Coaching for climate
Surefoot director, Pam Candea, invited to lead a session at The British School of Coaching.
Judith Barton, Founder, and Director of Coaching and Mentoring, at the British School of Coaching, invited Surefoot director, Pam Candea, to do a guest session at the BSC's networking event on 5 March - topic: Coaching for the Climate.
As the climate emergency deepens, it impacts everyone in every walk of life in every part of the world now. The UK had 4 named storms in February, for example, and Sydney is subject to devastating flooding as this is being written.
Coaches, particularly those working with corporate clients, can bring climate into their coaching to help their clients broaden their sphere of concern to include climate change impacts.
As Martin Hill, Senior Tutor and Coach, BSC, pointed out during discussions,
"In company law, a company director must act in the way s/he considers, in good faith, would be most likely to promote the success of the company for the benefit of its members as a whole, including, amongst other factors, the impact of company operations on the community and the environment."
Feedback from the 40+ coaches at the event centred around one of Pam's favourite themes - that it was good to have time and space to focus on how to bring climate into coaching.
Read more about how Surefoot can support your organisation or group with Peer to peer coaching and in reaching Net Zero.
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