Coaching at the Coalface: Creating Successful, High Performing Teams
|Description||We are delighted Pauline Willis can join us during her visit from the United Kingdom. Pauline will conduct a practice focused workshop providing an overview of key insights into sociomapping from the recently completed Mars500 project in Moscow as well as covering the core principles of working successfully with remote teams.
Come and learn about Sociomapping, the new methodology for analysing and visualising complex relationships in data, and how this can be applied in practice. This methodology has been developed by psychologists initially within the aerospace and military contexts to support the success of teams working together on high pressure, high stakes missions. Pauline will also show how rigorously developed tools are now being used by management and professional teams in a wide range of organisations to create successful high performing 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 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||VIC Metro, Australia|
489 Elizabeth St, Melbourne CBD
Please contact the event organiser to confirm if this venue is wheelchair accessible
|Start/End Date||29 Nov 2012|
|Time||6 for a 6.30pm Start- 8.30pm Finish|
|Cost||COP Members $55, APS Members $65, non-APS Members $85 and Students are free|
|Organiser||College of Organisational Psychologists (COP)|
|Contact Name||Jessica Towicz|