The Future of Coaching Revisited – A Conversation with Herry Einzig
Join Hetty Einzig and Yannick Jacob in conversation around the state of coaching now and in the future.
Hetty first appeared on this podcast back in 2018 talking about the ideas from her book, The Future of Coaching and in this session, Yannick invites her to revisit the topic in the light of the many changes we’ve experienced since that time.
Together, amongst many other things, they explore:
- Why a coach needs to understand themselves
- Whether the coach is ever a neutral instrument
- New ideas on the future of coaching
- The place of the body and somatic intelligence
- Contested realities and postcolonial dimensions in coaching
- The place of ethical responsibility in coaching
- Becoming grounded as a coach for robust partnering
- BANI vs VUCA frameworks for thinking
- The place of knowledge and sharing in coaching
- The place of training within coaching
- The role and place of hope for the future
About Hetty Einzig
Hetty brings 25 years of psychology and executive coaching experience to global leadership development. A best-selling author, her career has spanned the arts, journalism, media, health and policy development in the private, public and voluntary sectors. She designs and delivers leader-coach and global culture change programmes. Key focuses are women’s leadership, Transpersonal Coaching and regenerative approaches for contribution. She works ecosystemically and holistically founded on transpersonal psychology and informed by psychoanalysis and embodiment approaches. She teaches at the Irish Management Institute, is a Senior Associate Director with Common Purpose, and she coaches, teaches and facilitates in French. She is Association for Coaching Director of Publications Strategy and Executive Editor of Coaching Perspectives, the AC global magazine.
Hetty holds a Masters in Psychoanalytic and Systemic Approaches to Organisational Consulting from the Tavistock Centre (UEL), a Certificate in Coaching Supervision from Oxford Brookes, a Masters in History of Art from the Courtauld Institute (UL), and a BA in languages from Cambridge University. She is married with two millennial daughters.
The Future of Coaching: vision, leadership and responsibility in a transforming world Routledge 2017.
‘Radical Hope – a dimension of the soul rooted’ in Holding the Hope: restoring psychological and spiritual agency in the face of Climate Change. PCCS Books forthcoming, January 2023.
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