This energizing event offered by Harvard Medical School, the Institute of Coaching, and McLean Hospital, features keynotes by thought leaders in coaching and positive psychology, leadership, health and well-being, behavioral psychology, and neuroscience.
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Appreciative Inquiry with David Cooperrider
Appreciative Inquiry offers coaches working with leaders and individuals a powerful theoretical framework that leverages strengths and capabilities to ignite positive change.
Katrina Burrus, PhD, MCC, has a proven track record in coaching numerous international executives across many sectors and industries, including: Nestle, Novartis, CERN, UNAIDS, United Nations, BNP Paribas, Lloyds Bank, and more. Join us as she presents an IOC webinar, Coaching Global Leaders in Transition on September 23.
Authored by the IOC and our Fellows, articles on a variety of coaching topics give you the expertise you need to excel as a coach.
Read about coaching, mentoring, positive psychology and leadership from four leading journals.
Videos and webinars spanning a wide range of topics for more in-depth learning.
In our CoachX podcasts IOC Fellows share their expertise on a particular topic with members.
Thanks to the generosity of the Harnisch Foundation, we are able to dedicate $100,000 per year in coaching research awards to qualified individuals and institutions.
Ruth Ann Harnisch's thought leadership was essential to the creation of the Institute of Coaching as she first recognized the need for coaching to have a strong research base and voice. To make this happen she made a $2 million investment to establish the IOC at McLean Hospital, a Harvard Medical School Affiliate.
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On April 8, 2016, Dan Goleman delivered IOC's first public webinar -- titled "Coaching as a Force for Good" -- to more than 650 attendees. In his enthusiastically received talk -- with Carol Kauffman and Margaret Moore from the IOC -- Dan shared practical insights from his work with the Dalai...