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Coaching at the Coalface: Creating Successful, High Performing Remote Teams

Format Seminar/Presentation
Presenters Pauline Willis (MAPS CPsychol CSci)
Description This practice focused workshop will provide an overview of
key insights from the recently completed Mars500 project
in Moscow as well as covering the core principles of
working successfully with remote teams using the
innovative Sociomapping suite of tools.
Sociomapping is a new methodology for analysing and
visualising complex relationships in data. Developed by
psychologists initially within the aerospace and military
contexts to support the success of teams working together
on high pressure, high stakes missions, the tools are now
being used by management and professional teams in a
wide range of organisations.
A practical model will be presented for coaches and
psychologists to work together alongside leaders to deliver
success with remote teams.
About the presenter(s) Pauline Willis (MAPS CPsychol CSci) A distinguished
practitioner in the fields of organisational psychology,
coaching and mentoring and specialist in integrative team
coaching, Pauline is a Director of Lauriate Ltd which is the
UK and Australian distributor for Sociomapping. She holds
both Australian and UK qualifications and registrations in
Organisational and Occupational Psychology respectively.
As an active member of the international coaching and
mentoring community, she is a Past Chair of the British
Psychological Society's Special Group in Coaching
Psychology (BPS SGCP) and co-founding director of the
Coaching & Mentoring Network. Pauline was a founding
executive board member of the European Coaching &
Mentoring Council (EMCC) and during her time on the
board of the EMCC directed the Standards and
Competencies research that has subsequently informed a
range of coaching and mentoring standards initiatives
globally. Pauline has been an external advisor for
postgraduate coaching and mentoring programmes at
Oxford Brookes University and the University of East
London and is currently on the faculty of the Professional
Development Foundation (PDF).
Location WA Metro, Australia
Venue UWA Club
Hackett Drive, Crawley

Please contact the event organiser to confirm if this venue is wheelchair accessible
Start/End Date 7 Nov 2012
Time 6pm to 8.30pm
Cost Non-APS Student Members: $35, APS Student Members: Free, COP Members: $60, APS (but not COP) Members: $85, Guests/non-members: $99, Committee member: Free
Organiser IG - Coaching Psychology Interest Group (IGCP) (WA)
Contact Name Patrizia Santoriello
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