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Leading Through and out of a Crisis – Why Coaching Makes a Difference

June 10 @ 12:00 - 13:00 UTC

Today we are all experiencing a significant period of change, yet some things don’t change. We still need to lead ourselves, others and our businesses. The question is how do you do these things and do them well in times of uncertainty and complexity?

What participants will take away from this webinar:

1. The role of leadership in a crisis
2. An understanding of the 4C’s of Mental Toughness
3. How coaching can make a difference
4. Practical tools and techniques

Presenter Bios

Doug Strycharczyk (CEO, AQR International)

Doug is the CEO of  AQR International – Founded in 1989, AQR is now recognised as one of the most innovative test publishers in the world working in more than 80 countries.

AQR established its reputation as a thought leader in mental toughness. Doug has worked with Professor Peter Clough for 25+ years to define Mental Toughness and to create the world’s leading measure of Mental Toughness, the MTQ.

Doug is now recognised as a leading authority on the application of the framework to the worlds of work, education, and coaching.

Darren Whysall (Executive Coach and Coach Supervisor, Barclays UK)

Darren is a highly qualified and experienced Executive Coach, Coach Supervisor, Trainer and Facilitator with more than 25 years’ experience of working with people in high-pressure roles e.g. Armed Forces UK, Education, and Financial Services.

Combining current studies for an MSc in Business and Strategic Leadership with qualifications in Education, Training, Coaching, and Supervision, has helped Darren develop the insight and passion for helping individuals and teams identify their unique qualities and attributes in order to improve well-being, build capability, enhance team working and growth.

You can register HERE

Details

Date:
June 10
Time:
12:00 - 13:00 UTC

Organiser

AQR International
Phone:
+44 1244 572050
Email:
headoffice@aqr.co.uk
Website:
www.aqrinternational.co.uk

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