Janine Waldman MSc FCIPD has over 25 years of experience in her specialisms of Executive and Careers coaching, training and facilitation as well as a wealth of expertise in organisational development.
She has trained thousands of Leaders, managers and professionals in SF approaches, working with a wide variety of organisations including DP World, ICL Global,, London Metropolitan Police, South Tyneside Council, Ashridge Business School and The Swiss Embassy.
ICF qualified, Janine has an international coaching practice and specialises in working with individuals and organisations to bring about positive change and implement constructive and resourceful ways of working.
She is co-author of ‘Positively Speaking: The Art of Constructive Conversations with a Solutions Focus’ and ‘The Resilience Pocketbook’
‘Tell me what do with my life!’: SF Careers Coaching
45 minutes, interactive session
Recent events have meant that many are having to find new career paths, or are taking stock of their lives and wondering what to do next. Many are finding it tricky to navigate their way through the multitude of job titles and complex application processes. The pandemic has left others struggling with motivation and confidence.
When people come to career coaching they are often looking for advice, guidance or any help on offer.
So, what does this mean for us as SF practitioners - and how might we apply this to careers conversations.
During this interactive session you'll
- Explore our current context and the implications for SF career coaching
- Identify how to respond to specific client requests for direct advice and guidance
- Share best practice
- Take away instantly applicable tips for your career conversations
How do you create a sustainable coaching culture in an organisation?
When clients want change in their organisations, they may decide to achieve it by ‘creating a sustainable coaching culture’.
Paul Z Jackson and Janine Waldman have tackled such assignments several times in organisations around the world. In this 45-minute session they share their experience and top tips.
With a range of case examples – including how they began and the results they’ve seen - they explore what makes a useful difference.
- A clear sense of what a coaching culture is in an organisation
- Appreciation of a solution-focused consultancy approach to change
- Tips to take into your own coaching and organisation work