Theme: Skills/tools/techniques - introduction
Style: Mainly Lecture
Session on 14 May 2021 09:30 UTC - View on timetable
The organisational landscape changed for people during 2020 with an impact on individual and organisational effectiveness. We hear much in the media about how individuals are suffering as a result of the change to the structure of their lives, and this is often referred to as ‘mental health’ issues. In this session I will share my experiences of the issues which were brought to coaching at both individual and team levels, during the 2020, with a focus on the impact on the human psyche. I will share two models from Transactional Analysis theory which coaches can use to offer a basic understanding of how to maintain psychological health when structures and routines are interrupted.
Dr Sandra Wilson has a Professional Doctorate in Coaching Psychology and is a Teaching & Supervising Transactional Analyst in the Organisational field. She has over thirty years experience as a Coach, Supervisor and Organisastion Development Consultant. Sandra runs accredited training in Business Coaching, Team Coaching, Coach Supervision, and Transactional Analysis. She works internationally promoting the power of understanding the unconscious mind and its influence on our lives. Sandra describes her work as ‘helping people to get out of their own way’.