Theme: Related Fields
Area: Coaching, Mentoring, and Supervision
Session on 13 May 2021 13:00 UTC - View on timetable
Our working group has been researching what is occurring in Europe around regulation of coaching, mentoring and supervision practices. This workshop aims to share recent experiences around governmental regulation in Hungary and France and to create conversation around why we would care about regulatory issues and what EMCC has achieved in terms of self-regulation. The session will be partly presentation and partly participative.
Mary Devine has been an executive coach and trainer in human resource development since 1996, partnering with international organisations in both the private and public sectors. She designs and delivers development programs to build leadership capacity, support organisational transformation initiatives and enhance collaborative work practices. She also works one-to-one with organisational leaders and their teams, to support them in creating value for all their stakeholders. Her client base is drawn from many industrial sectors, including Telecoms, Manufacturing, Food & Beverage, Automotive, Recruitment, Railways and Petrochemicals. She also works extensively with the European Commission, European Parliament, European Court of Auditors, European School of Administration, EU Agencies and Ministries in Luxembourg. She has been a lecturer in the University of Luxembourg’s Master in Mediation program since 2007. Mary leads the EMCC International Regulation Work Group and is President of EMCC Luxembourg. She holds the European Individual Accreditation (EIA) at Senior Practitioner level and an Individual Team Coaching Accreditation.
Domonkos Hollosi has 20 years of managerial experience in the fields of commercial and real estate development. He represented EMCC and supported the quality assurance and development of the Hungarian coach and mentor profession as the President of EMCC Hungary between 2017-2020. He has been involved in executive coaching for more than 7 years and teaching EMCC coach/mentor competencies in marketing and higher education EIA trainings, as well as mentoring student coaches in their professional development.