A Flagship Event for Experienced Executive Coaches
Continuing the tradition of exploring difficult moments in executive coaching, we are getting together to explore the often-neglected topic of Human Sustainability.
During the Colloquium we will be working with real cases presented by real coaches and commented upon by fellow professionals. We will continue building on our previous experience of creating a real coaching development laboratory with an opportunity to learn and to contribute to the learning of others. Participants are expected to maintain confidentiality of the discussions and will be asked to sign a confidentiality agreement with regard to the cases explored during the Colloquium.
To take part in the Colloquium, participants need to submit a short paper describing a difficult, exciting, or unusual leadership coaching case from their practice and a separate description of their way of handling that particular situation. The “Human Sustainability: Reflections in Executive Coaching” theme gives the authors an opportunity to reflect on their own sustainability in a coaching relationship or to explore challenges associated with working with executives (un)concerned about the impact of the workplace on their and others’ subjective well-being. We specifically invite cases that can reflect the coach’s struggles, temptations, anxieties, hopes, and choices. As usual, we at ESMT are more interested in finding out what is really taking place, rather than what some of our colleagues fantasize about.
ESMT Berlin Campus
December 15-16, 2023
Open Enrollment Executive Education Program at ESMT Berlin
Understand what really drives people's behavior - and become a better leader
Become a more effective leader and develop the interpersonal skills required to foster productive relationships with a diverse range of individuals.
Leading with psychological intelligence builds on the latest research to offer insights into human behavior that will inform new leadership methods and tactics:
Learn how to build effective working relationships
Develop methods for leveraging the differing motivations within your team
Find out how to overcome internal barriers to change
Increase acceptance of your ideas and work requests
The number of participants will be significantly lower than in other executive education courses to encourage active involvement and ensure personalized attention.