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Tackling challenges in coaching and coaching psychology

Konference: Tackling challenges in coaching and coaching psychology

Konference: Tackling challenges in coaching and coaching psychology

Fredag 13. september 2019 kl. 9.00-16.00

Hvordan vi tackler udfordringer i coaching og coaching psykologi vil dagen igennem blive udforsket og fremstillet af førende forskere og praktikere med et mangesidet og komplekst perspektiv på konferencens overordnede tema.

Med erfaringer fra blandt andet ”executive coacing” og med udgangspunkt i at konstante forandringer er hverdagskost for individer, team og organisationer vil forelæsningen have fokus på hvordan værdier og mening kan navigere psykologen arbejde i denne VUCA (Volatile Uncertain Complex and Ambigious) WORLD. 

Psykologen kan tage afsæt i fortællinger, sproget, moral og løbende diskurser, hvilket danner rammen for en forelæsning der baseres på Charles Taylors ide: “We get the sense of who we are through the sense of where we stand in relation to the good”.

Endelig fremstilles hvordan vi kan anvende videnskabelige resultater når vi ønsker at implementere adfærdsændringer: Kløften eller springet fra intention til handling er et af de store udfordrende spørgsmål både for praksis og videnskab og hvilke veje fremtræder i coaching?

I de senere år har vi i både de danske og britiske befolkninger set en betydelig forværring af den mentale sundhed. Coachées (klienter) der oplever psykiske problemer er sandsynlige og forelæsningen tematiser hvordan problemer som stress, angst og depression optræder og håndteres i en coaching psykologisk kontekst.

 

Program:

9.00 Velkomst til konferencen v. professions-programleder Clinic Counseling Consultation Coaching (CCCC), seniorforsker Ole Michael Spaten, PhD

9.15 Keynote: Meaning Based Coaching. With constant change becoming the norm for individuals, teams and organisations, there is an increasing interest in and focus on values and meaning in evidence-based coaching, by Dr. Suzy Green, Sydney University and Institute of PosPsych, Australia

10.15 Kaffe, te

10.45 Keynote: Narrative Coaching as Speech Training and Discursive Conquering. This paper will present AH’s latest ideas concerning coaching, language, moral, narratives and discourses, by Professor Allan Holmgren, DISPUK Institute, Snekkersten, Denmark

11.45 Frokost

12.45 Keynote: Research and practice on how to bridge the Intention-Action-Gap. Application of scientific findings for a rigorous implementation of behavioral changes, by Professor Siegfried Greif, Osnabrück University, Germany

13.45 Kaffe, te

14.15 Keynote: Mental health issues within a coaching and coaching psychology context: Implications for practice, training and supervision. In recent years, there has been a worsening of mental health among the Danish and British populations, by Professor Stephen Palmer, University of Wales Trinity St David

15.15 Reception – snacks, vin og vand

Keynote Speakers

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    Dr Suzy Green

    Dr Suzy Green

    Dr Suzy Green is a Clinical and Coaching Psychologist (MAPS) and Founder & CEO of The Positivity Institute, a positively deviant organisation dedicated to the research and application of Positive Psychology for life, school and work. She is a leader in the complementary fields of Coaching Psychology and Positive Psychology having conducted a world-first study on evidence-based

    coaching as an Applied Positive Psychology. Suzy was the recipient of an International Positive Psychology Fellowship Award and has published in the Journal of Positive Psychology. She lectured on Applied Positive Psychology as a Senior Adjunct Lecturer in the Coaching Psychology Unit, University of Sydney for ten years and is an Honorary Vice President of the International Society for Coaching Psychology. Suzy also currently holds Honorary Academic positions at the Centre for Positive Psychology, University of Melbourne, the Black Dog Institute and she is an Affiliate of the Institute for Well-Being, Cambridge University. Suzy was the Stress-less Expert for Australian Women’s Health Magazine and the Positive Psychology Expert for Muse Magazine. Suzy is an official ambassador for the Starlight Children’s Foundation and she maintains a strong media profile appearing on television, radio and in print.

    www.thepositivityinstitute.com.au

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    Professor Siegfried Greif, PhD

    Professor Siegfried Greif, PhD

    Siegfried Greif, PhD is em. Professor at the University of Osnabrueck (Germany, chair of Work and Organizational Psychology) and head of coaching and change management of a consulting institute (www.ifp.de). Mayor fields of his research are coaching, stress at work and change management. He is editor of a book series on Innovative Management of the German Publisher Hogrefe (Goettingen). Among 17 books he has published one in German on Coaching and Result-oriented Self Reflection (2008, Hogrefe), is co-editor of a handbook on key concepts of coaching (2017), many articles in journals and diverse book chapters. He teaches coaching at different Universities and gives courses to practitioners at the Free University of Berlin.

    www.home.uni-osnabrueck.de/sgreif.

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    Professor Stephen Palmer PhD

    Professor Stephen Palmer PhD

    Prof Stephen Palmer PhD is an Adjunct Professor of Coaching Psychology at the Coaching Psychology Unit, Aalborg University and Professor of Practice at the Wales Institute for work Based Learning, University of Wales Trinity Saint David.  He is Coordinating Director of the ISCP International Centre for Coaching Psychology Research. He is Founder Director of the Coaching Psychology Unit at City, University of London. He is the Honorary President of the International Society for Coaching Psychology and the International Stress Management Association. He has written or edited over 50 books including the Handbook of Coaching Psychology, and the Beginner’s Guide to Counselling and Psychotherapy. He has published over 225 articles.

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    Professor, Dr. Allan Holmgren

    Professor, Dr. Allan Holmgren

    Allan Holmgren er mag.art. i psykologi fra Københavns Universitet, 1981. Autoriseret psykolog, specialist og supervisor i psykoterapi og i arbejds- og organisationspsykologi. Ekstern lektor og adjungeret professor på CBS. Har skrevet adskillige kapitler i lærebøger og artikler i tidsskrifter om terapi, coaching and ledelse. Allan betragtes som den førende skandinaviske narrative teoretiker og praktiker. Har efteruddannelser i gruppeanalyse, psykoanalytisk psykoterapi og systemisk familieterapi.

    www.dispuk.dk

Tid

Fredag 13. september 2019
kl. 9.00-16.00

Sted

Auditoriet 1.104,
Kroghstræde 3,
Aalborg Universitet, Aalborg

E-mail: coaching@hum.aau.dk

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Sponsorer

Aalborg Universitet: Institut for Kommunikation og Psykologi, Studienævnet for Psykologi, International Society for Coaching Psychology (ISCP), Dansk Psykolog Forening (DP*SEBC) og Center for Kvalitative Studier (QS).

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