Theme: Related Fields
Area: Coaching & Mentoring
Session on 12 May 2021 15:15 UTC - View on timetable
This session is intended as an interactive discussion about the EMCC EQA (programme accreditation) process. Shelley will highlight the range of support given by the accreditation team to applicants, during the EQA process and explain some key facts about it, especially with regard to the Bespoke Programme options available and the EIA embedding process. Those interested in applying for programme accreditation should find this session beneficial and Shelley will be available to answer questions.
Shelley Crawford is an Organisational and Coaching Psychologist who works as an executive performance coach and leadership resilience facilitator. Her passion is assisting people to realise their fullest potential and maximise their skills and talents to achieve their goals while ensuring a resilient and balanced life. Through extensive research and lived experience, Shelley designed and developed the Jess® Resilience-in-action and Trust-building in action models to enhance team, leadership, and organisational health and sustainability. Shelley designs and delivers coaching and mentoring, leadership, and health and wellbeing programmes for coaches, psychologists, psychotherapists, counsellors, and wellbeing facilitators. Her programmes provide specialist training for individuals, teams, and groups. Robust positive psychology, social and health psychology, cognitive behavioural principles, and neuroscience research underpinned her health and wellbeing and resilience-building work.
Shelley is a an EMCC Global volunteer and is WorkGroup leader for the coach/mentor training programme accreditation (EQA) and a volunteer in the EQA provider liaison WorkGroup. She is also an EMCC Global EQA assessor and individual coach/mentor accreditation assessor (EIA). She has her own coaching practice and supervises and mentors other coaches. She has previously lectured economics, HR management, and coaching in several colleges internationally. Shelley works with the EDelia Group to deliver programmes for Higher Education Institutions, such as Munster Technological University (Ireland). She has recently joined the Institute of Positive Psychology Coaching in Ireland as their Programme and Learning Advisor