Here are a few goodies for both coaches and leaders.
By Seth Godin
with Libby Robinson.
What is the world being born that we are coaching our clients to navigate in? At this time in history, there is a great urgency for each one of us to boldly lead and to develop the competencies needed to manage complexity with flexibility and courage.
As coaches, we need to do this for ourselves, and also offer this possibility to our clients. This conversation will offer you a rare opportunity to dialogue with Julio Olalla, a master coach and educator and one of the founders and thought leaders of the coaching profession. You will explore with Julio what it means to learn to lead in the emerging world and what competencies, skills and ways of being are necessary for success and satisfaction. Julio Olalla is an internationally renowned speaker, educator, and master executive coach. He is founder and president of Newfield Network, an international education and consulting company. Newfield offers pioneering integrative learning processes, programs and dialogues to individuals and organizations in the U.S., Latin America, and Europe that better prepare leaders and managers to deal with the increasing complexity we all face at this time in the world. Julio is a master at generating learning environments that establish the trust, safety, respect and well-being that accelerate learning potential. He has trained over 50,000 individuals worldwide and worked with more than 300 organizations internationally to develop increased integration, productivity, strength, and well-being of individuals, teams and leaders. Newfield has one of the premiere coach training and leadership schools worldwide and has trained over 6,000 coaches internationally. Julio’s message inspires audiences to re- evaluate not only the content of what they are thinking, but also their approach to learning. They often discover it’s essential to redefine both what it means “to know” and “to learn” if they are to address the uniquely complex concerns of the emerging global community.
To read more about Julio Olalla or to hear recorded excerpts of his talks, visit: www.newfieldnetwork.com