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Coaching with a Global Mindset

  • Tuesday, February 11, 2014
  • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Nova Southeastern University, H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business - Third Floor Executive Conference Room, 3301 College Avenue, Davie, Florida 33314

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Coaching with a Global Mindset

 

In this 90 minute workshop, we will develop a foundation to understanding what coaching is and how culture influences the coaching process. 

Participants will harvest the creative potential generated when people who think and act differently come together. In today’s interconnected and interdependent global workplace, the need to shift paradigms from cross-cultural to intercultural to inclusiveness is vital. By doing so, we build bridges across cultural, linguistic, generational and gender divides found when working across national boundaries, organizational boundaries and the boundaries created by different disciplines and educational backgrounds.

Participants will:

  • Define coaching, the complexity of culture and cultural preferences.
  • Describe the characteristics of a coach with a global mindset
  • Develop the ability to leverage cultural preferences and shift perspectives in a multicultural context
  • Demonstrate the ability to be more attuned to intercultural environments by applying the Pace, Space and Embrace model of the 4R principles: Respect, Relationships, Recognition, Rewards.

 

This event will focus on the Coaching, as part of the Training and Development Competency Model.

 

Click here for directions and parking at Nova. 

**Note it is in a new location (not garage parking).**

 


Maureen Bridget Rabotin, author of Culture Savvy - working and collaborating across the globe (ASTD 2011) and co-author of The World Book of Values (2013) is an ICF-certified Global Executive Coach, Intercultural and Management Training Consultant. Maureen’s previous international management experience and research on global leadership principles encouraged her to enter the corporate training field in 1996.

 

With more than 15 years’ experience designing and facilitating intercultural training programs, Maureen pursued her studies in 2005 to become an ICF-certified Executive Coach. Her interest in cultural intelligence, emotional intelligence and neuroscience inspire her as a facilitator and executive coach. As founding director of Effective Global Leadership, Inc. she accompanies executives as they navigate the currents of globalization. Many of her clients are involved in geographically dispersed teams who rely on virtual communication to motivate, inspire and lead. This has led her to research the methodology of I-2-I when you can’t meet face to face: Intercultural and Inclusive. This approach enables her clients to build better bridges across cultural, gender, generational and linguistic boundaries.

 

Presently she is member of the Executive Committee of SIETAR-France (http://www.sietar-france.org/) as well as an active member and blogger of ASTD Global HRD community of practice (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=woERL3um_7M&hd=1).

 

Maureen is certified in the competency based assessments – Leadership Architect and Voices360 (Korn-Ferry), and Hogan Leadership Forecast Series. She is licensed to use the WorldWork developmental tools: The International Profiler and International Preferences Indicator.
 
For further information on publications and podcasts, please consult her website:   www.effectivegloballeadership.com

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