Coaching in a crisis

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Alexandra Durnford

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Join Alexandra Durnford, coach and former crisis management consultant, for 45 minutes to discuss how you can coach yourself and leaders as we navigate through the Covid-19 crisis by borrowing from best practice crisis management. There are a number of similarities between effective crisis management and coaching which we can use to help ourselves and those we work with, to adapt to the ‘new normal’ and create sustainable working practices. These include focusing on: - Creating time and space to achieve perspective and insight - Discipline of thought and approach - Emotional Intelligence.
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