The Russian invasion into Ukraine has affected tremendously the everyday life of millions of the Ukrainians. Professional coaching community of Ukraine has experienced the turmoil in every aspects of the current activities. The war has disrupted seriously all plans, intents, processes, relations etc. The challenge was to withstand the blow and maintain viability of the coaches and community as the whole. After the first shock the time came to reflect on the key pillars of coaching profession: our values, identity, ethics and leadership. During the workshop I will share both ICF Ukraine Board and personal reflection on the point where we have happened to be; on what has disappointed us; what instilled the hope and what we relied on.
Speaker: Oleksandr Zeleniuk
Oleksandr Zeleniuk, Executive & Leadership Coach, PCC ICF, MBA, ICF Ukraine President (2021-2022).25+ years on leadership positions on military, civil and diplomatic service. 4 years as Economic Consul at Consulate General of Ukraine in Shanghai. 8 years of project management in private-owned oil service company in Central Asia, Middle East and North Africa.
Mentor of Kyiv-Mohyla Business School, author of mentor training programmes. Coaching education from International Coach Academy.
Benefit for the participants
The participants will be able to know:
- What ethical issues were at the centre of the Ukrainian coaches
- How the majority of coaches have resolved the conflict of different identities
- What was the leadership approach that helped us to maintain trust and coherence among the community
There will be no CCEU awarded for this event
Tue, 23 August 2022, 17:15 – 18:15 CEST
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