01 Jun June 1, 2021 - 5:00pm to 6:30pmonlineJoin the co-founders of the global Climate Coaching Alliance (CCA), Eve Turner, Dr Alison Whybrow and Dr Josie McLean, to discuss how coaching is evolving within the context of large social and environmental issues we are confronting. You will hear how the CCA is developing – it is now over 1000 members in just 12 months of existence. Further, you will learn what the CCA community is learning about how to raise awareness about these confronting issues (climate and environment) without closing the conversation down. Eve, Alison and Josie will share some of the major themes that emerged out of the CCA’s 3rd 24 hour global conversation, “What’s mine to do?’ that was held on 4 March 2021. Presenters – Josie McLean, Eve Turner, Alison Whybrow Go to Registration Page Josie McLean The fundamental question that Josie helps people find answers to is “how can we change?”. Josie began her career as a corporate strategic planner but for the last 20 years, has operated her own business providing consulting and coaching services to executives, senior teams and whole organisations seeking to transform themselves. She was ICFA President in 2003 and chaired the delivery of three ICFA regional conferences. In 2009 Josie was awarded the ICF Presidents Award in recognition of her qualities as a coach and services to the industry. Josie is also a Visiting Fellow at the Yunis Social Business Centre at University of Adelaide and continues to publish in academic journals for practitioners. Josie’s areas of expertise include emergent change, systemic coaching, leadership development, organisational development, systems thinking (especially complex adaptive systems or living systems) and sustainability. Her latest book is Big Little Shifts: a practitioner’s guide to complexity for organisational adaptability and change. Eve is an award-winning coach, supervisor and writer who is actively engaged in industry research and pro bono work. Chair of professional body, APECS (The Association for Professional Coaching and Supervision), she co-founded the Climate Coaching Alliance and founded and leads the Global Supervisors’ Network. Eve‘s writing includes several book chapters and articles and two co-authored publications: the first with Stephen Palmer (2019) 'The Heart of Coaching Supervision – Working with Reflection and Self-Care' and the most recent with Peter Hawkins (2020) 'Systemic Coaching – delivering value beyond the individual,' which considers Earth as a stakeholder. Eve, Alison and Josie are currently working on a book with three co-authors provisionally titled ‘What’s Mine To Do – Evolving Coaching in a Time of Ecological and Climate Crisis’ to be published by Routledge in 2022. Alison Whybrow is an experienced facilitator, coach, coach supervisor, and consultant. As a Chartered, Registered, and Coaching Psychologist she has spent 20 years focusing on building individual and organisational capability. She works with organisations across a range of sectors and was deeply involved in the early development of the coaching profession. Alison is an editor for peer reviewed coaching publications, authors papers, chapters, and books aligned to her work. She co-edited the Handbook of Coaching Psychology (2007) and Handbook of Coaching Psychology (2018) with Professor Stephen Palmer, and co-authored The 31 Practices: Release the power of your organization’s values every day, with Alan Williams in 2013 and 2018. Always learning, Alison describes herself as a possibilist, seeing disruption as a catalyst for transformation and hopeful that a kinder human-earth story can arise.