Leading and Coaching Across Cultures (LCAC)
In a multicultural world, it is important for leaders to build diversity in their perspectives and inclusivity in their engagements. The first step is to build a vocabulary to discover how people are different. This is then leveraged to look at how those differences could be sequenced to achieve more as a team and as an organization.
Leadership and coaching that integrates multiple perspectives is a powerful vehicle for enabling sustainable and global success for self and others
As firms reach across borders, global-leadership capacity is surfacing more and more often as a binding constraint. According to one survey of senior executives, 76 percent believe their organizations need to develop global-leadership capabilities, but only 7 percent think they are currently doing so very effectively. And some 30 percent of US companies admit that they have failed to exploit fully their international business opportunities because of insufficient internationally competent personnel – McKinsey Quarterly
The LCAC workshop focuses on the cultural perspective in the context of a broader vision that also integrates physical, managerial, psychological, political and spiritual perspectives. By integrating the crucial cultural dimension, our partner, Philippe Rosinski has developed a holistic, creative and powerful approach for leaders, organizational professionals and coaches. His pioneering book Coaching across Cultures has received worldwide acclaim and been chosen by Harvard Business School as its Featured Book Recommendation for business leaders.
This interactive and experiential workshop gives participants a unique opportunity to learn about new methodologies and application of new tools, including the online Cultural Orientations Framework (COF) assessment, Global Coaching Process and Global Scorecard. The workshop combines theory with practice including assessments, role-plays and case studies, together with self and peer coaching.
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The objective of the 3-day workshop is to help leaders, executives, managers and professional coaches to systematically integrate the cultural dimension into their work. The workshop is also destined for interculturalists eager to integrate coaching into their work.
Integrating the cultural dimension into coaching is not only necessary to increase coaching’s validity and applicability in today’s intercultural environment. It is also an opportunity to learn from alternative cultural perspectives about crucial areas such as communication, thinking, time, power, identity, purpose, organization, or territory. Bridging coaching and interculturalism leads to a more creative and global form of coaching.
– Philippe Rosinski, Author of Coaching across Cultures
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