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Episode 184

Systemic Coaching in a Time of Transition

In this conversation with leadership expert Peter Hawkins we explore the role of coaching in these times, the limits of AI coaching, wide-angled empathy, systemic coaching and helping organizations embrace the unknown.

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In this podcast we talk about:

03:30 Coaching and human consciousness
10:30 The limits of AI coaching
18:00 Coaching connections
24:30 The perception of disconnection
30:00 Wide-angled empathy
34:00 Rooting out systemic issues
40:00 The coachee’s learning edge
44:00 Losing the moment
48:30 The power of beauty
52:30 Holding a systems perspective
58:30 Opening to the unknown
1:06:00 Coming into presence

Resources Mentioned:
Hetty Einzig
The matter with things, by Iain McGilchrist
Giles Hutchins
Iain McGilchrist
Gregory Bateson
Otto Scharmer
David Bohm
Seeing systems, by Barry Oshry

About Peter

Peter Hawkins
Peter Hawkins

Peter Hawkins is Professor of Leadership at Henley Business School University of Reading UK and Emeritus Chairman of Bath Consultancy Group, where for the last 25 years he has been helping organizations in many parts of the world connect their strategic change, their organizational culture and their leadership development. He has written extensively about leadership, leadership teams, coaching and supervision. He is visiting professor at the universities of Bath and Oxford Brookes, and chairs Renewal Associates and Connect Assist.


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