The Coaching Summit 2022 Archive
Serving in times of transition
Coaches & Thought Leaders
30+ World Class Coaches and Thought Leaders Are Ready to Inspire You
Author of Unlocking Leadership Mindtraps
Author of Healing Collective Trauma
Richard Strozzi Heckler
Co-Author of Compassionate Conversations
Co-author of Mastering Leadership & Scaling Leadership
Global Head of Quality and Design for BTS Coach
Author Seeing Through the World
Rare Conditions, Government Affairs, Roche
Capability Lead and Coach, Roche
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What’s emerging in coaching, and how can we best serve as agents of change?
There’s no doubt we’re in the midst of a great transition.
We’ve all been impacted by the crises of the last few years. both as a global community and as individuals. Through it all, we can see that some of the old ways are clearly crumbling…
And yet the new way has not yet been birthed.
As coaches, we know this is a potent moment — a time of great opportunity.
So we connected with some of the wisest coaches and teachers alive today, and together created a completely free event that allowed us to sink into the important questions we’re facing as coaches…
- What is essential to transformation, that we are being invited to deepen into?
- And just as importantly, which aspects of the old ways simply no longer serve?
- What are the new emerging ideas, theories, and forms of sense-making that are arising?
- What can we sense into together that is fresh and innovative?
Together, we explored both the depths of what remains essential in coaching, and the evolutionary edge of our field.
And now the entire library of workshops, panel discussions, interviews, and dialogues is available to you. Completely free.
Tapping into Your Complexity Genius as a Coach
Jennifer Garvey Berger & Carolyn Coughlin
Learn how you as a coach can tap into and amplify your own Complexity Genius both in your coaching and in your life, so you can thrive in this world of complexity. We’ll explore some of the particular contexts that trigger you out of Complexity Fitness, and how to navigate your way back.
Countering a Racial Worldview Through Cultural Intelligence
In this important workshop, Greg will explain how we can avoid the deadly conflation of race and culture and why understanding a racial worldview is key to overcoming racism. He will show us why cultural intelligence is essential to overcoming our racial problems.
Calm Clarity for Coaches: Using Neuroscience and Mindfulness to Cultivate Alignment and Wholeness
In this workshop, Due will introduce key distinctions and tools that will support you and your clients to begin rewiring the brain to align and integrate the whole self. In doing so you and your clients will tap into the resilience and compassion that naturally arises when we stop disowning marginalized aspects of ourselves.
Integral Coaching: Coaching From the field
Bob Anderson & Nicholas Janni
This is a very experiential workshop. You’ll have an in-the-moment experience of accessing the subtle, non-local, informational field that forms in deep connection and presence with your client. And you’ll learn practices that shift your state to one of transformational presence.
Polarity Wisdom for Facilitating Integrated Leadership
In this interactive workshop, you’ll learn one of the most powerful tools available to deal with everyday tensions everyone faces. These tensions can be best understood as polarities, and you’ll learn how you and your clients can develop polarity wisdom to address the complexities of our world today and tomorrow.
Our very own Ellen Waenink will lead you through a deeply experiential workshop to help you explore the themes and experiences you’ve been having in the summit, and integrate them into your coaching work.
Embodying the Mystery: Somatic Spirit in a Time of Upheaval
In this session we will inquire into the possibilities that an embodied spirit offers us as a sanctuary during tumultuous transitions, and as a place in which we can take wise, compassionate, skillful action. We will engage in practices and distinctions that allow us to cherish the mystery while having our feet firmly on the ground.
Cultivating Presence & Radical Candor in Coaching
One of the skills that master coaches develop is the capacity to be with what is — in the client, in themselves, and in the coaching relationship. We will explore this crucial skill, how it leads to cultivating transformative presence, and why it requires radical candor within you and the coaching relationship.
Joel Monk & Ellen Waenink
Joel Monk, co-founder of Coaches Rising, and Ellen Waenink, Course Steward, will officially close the Coaching Summit. We will sink in together, explore themes from the summit, meditate, practice embodiment, connect with each other and the collective field of learning that we formed the past weeks.
Opening & Welcome Session
Joel Monk & Ellen Waenink
Joel Monk, co-founder of Coaches Rising, and Ellen Waenink, Course Steward, will officially open the Coaching Summit and signal the start of the inspiration and collective learning. We will take some time to sink in together, meditate, connect and deepen the collective field of learning with the global community that we are.
Panel Discussions, Dialogues & Integration Sessions
Neuroscience of Transformation
Mandy Blake and Richard Boyatzis
Amanda and Richard reveal how neuroscience is teaching us what works (and what doesn’t) when it comes to facilitating change with our clients. We will explore a few key terms such as Conceptual and Embodied self awareness and the subtle trap of coaching for compliance.
Using Metapsychology to Make Sense of What’s Unfolding
How can we make sense of what’s unfolding in the world? In this conversation, we discuss the notions of pre-tragic, tragic, and post-tragic, and how they can help us in this endeavor. Zak shares his metapsychology, and how it can help us understand what it means to be human.
How Can We Serve Deeply in Times of Transition?
Thomas Hübl, Bob Anderson, Four Arrows (aka Don Trent Jacobs), Indra Adnan
In this panel we will explore the times we are in, making sense of the transition that we are going through, including which ideas we hold about the world that need to be questioned – and the consequences of all this on the work we do as transformational coaches and guides. How are practitioners being invited to adapt so they can serve more deeply in these times?
The Amazing Impact of Coaching in Global Organizations
Marjoleine Byrne, Amelia Parente, Rebecka Bjerhagen
Coaching has had a significant, concrete impact within Roche — a Swiss multinational healthcare company. In this conversation, we’ll explore why Roche implemented coaching, what happened when they did, and what we can learn from them.
Beyond Mindsets and Adult Development Theory
In this conversation Dave unpacks his recent criticisms of the notion of mindsets and adult development theory. Why is Dave challenging these ideas and what are alternate ways of seeing leadership and coaching?
The Meaning Crisis
Steve March & John Vervaeke
In this conversation we explore the state of our world — the meaning crisis, the meta-crisis and what is being required of us to navigate these times. We discuss the role of enlightened dialogue, and how we as coaches can cultivate wisdom and depth.
The Evolving Role of a Coach
Kari Granger, Marita Fridjhon, Veronica Olalla, Carlo Bos
In this panel, we will explore the evolutionary edge of coaching with leading figures in the field. How are we being invited to adapt in these times in order to serve our clients more deeply? How can we make sense of the world we find ourselves in? What approaches and practices are essential for us in these times?
How Can Indigenous Wisdom Inform Adult Development Theory?
Larry (Illarion) Merculieff & Susanne Cook-Greuter
12 July | Pre-recorded Session
Indigenous people have survived over millennia as stewards of Mother Earth and as ancestors to future generations. Their deep wisdom can inform and evolve our Western concepts of how adults develop, and how we can come together to create a more equitable, sustainable, and peaceful world.
A Conversation from the Future
In this interview we will explore how Bayo’s work is a potent and playful response to these times. We will explore which outdated ways of seeing the world we are being invited to let go of and what ways of being we might be being invited into in these times, including an exploration of Bayo’s notion of post-activism.
Seeing Through the World
Jeremy’s book Seeing Through the World is based on the work of Jean Gebser, whose prescient work points to the crises we are facing today. In this conversation we explore how we can make sense of the world and what is being asked of us. In so doing, we arrive at Gebser’s largely misunderstood notion of Integral Consciousness.
How We Can Bring About Collective Transformation
In this conversation we explore Rick’s thinking on how we ended up where we are over the course of history, and his big ideas on how we could bring about positive collective transformation.
Becoming a Trauma Sensitive Coach
Steve Hoskinson, Bebe Hansen, Kim Barta
What role can coaches play in our times to help our clients thrive in a way that is trauma informed? We’ll explore this deep inquiry, as well as the line between coaching and therapy, how trauma and shadow are connected, and how we can better approach our own well-being as coaches and humans.
The Great Debate on Developmental Stage Theory
Steve March, Spring Cheng & Jeremy Johnson
Some say stages of adult development unfold sequentially, while others say it is non-linear and contextual. In this conversation, we contrast traditional notions of developmental stage theory with exciting and alternative ways of thinking about how humans develop.
Coaching in Organizations and the Future of This Partnership
Jacinta Jiménez & Karim Hirani
Two pioneers in the world of coaching come together to share insights from their years working within companies that provide thousands of coaches to organizations. What skills and approaches do coaches need? What themes are clients coming to them with and why do they want coaches? What do they predict is the future of our field?
About Coaches Rising
Coaches Rising is founded on the belief that learning directly from the world’s best transformational practitioners is one of the greatest paths to our own coaching mastery.
It was over coffee in an Amsterdam cafe in 2009 that we first conceived of a company that would empower the world’s coaches.
Now, 13 years, 30 training programs, and thousands of students later, we’re proud to say that it has grown to become one of the most respected online coach training companies in the world. Most of all though, we’re proud of the difference it’s made to so many coaches who are doing the important work our world needs.
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This is for you if…
- You’re an experienced coach who wants to deepen your craft and learn from the best in the world
- You’re new to coaching, and you want some inspiration and tools to help you chart your own path
- You work with leadership teams or companies, helping them harness their collective talent for powerful work
- You want to connect with a community of people exploring how we as change-makers can best serve in these times