Climate Coaching Action Day was launched in March 2020 by Coaching at Work with the aim of establishing a global annual celebration and promotion of climate coaching. Many including individuals and organisations have embraced the initiative.
The International Society for Coaching Psychology (ISCP), ISCP International Centre for Coaching Psychology Researchand the ISCP Faculty of Climate Change and Coaching Psychology support Climate Coaching Action Day.
The date for the next Action Day is 2nd March, 2023. In support of the event, the ISCP is releasing the last keynote the late Dr Alison Whybrow gave at the 11th International Congress of Coaching Psychology, sponsored by the ISCP in 2021 to watch during March, in support of Climate Coaching Action Day and in memory of Alison and her outstanding contribution to the coaching psychology profession and the field of climate conscious coaching. Alison was a Fellow of the ISCP. The Zoom link to the keynote recording, ‘How do we create relationships able to hold reconnection and recovery?’ is available below. This keynote has an introduction by Dr Siobhain O’Riordan and Prof Stephen Palmer which was included for the ISCP sponsored Congress in 2022. You can read about Alison’s concerns regarding the climate crisis in her article titled, ‘We are not OK‘ and can can be read here.
Click ‘HERE‘ for Zoom link to keynote.
Climate Coaching Action Day on social media
The International Society for Coaching Psychology (ISCP) supports Climate Coaching Action Day. This initiative was launched in 2020 by Coaching at Work. Since then professional coaching and coaching psychology bodies, the Climate Coaching Alliance (CCA), and coach training organisations around the world have supported the event.
For more information about Climate Coaching Action Day, check out the links below and follow the hashtag
- Hashtag: #climatecoachingactionday
- Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/ClimateCoachingActionDay
- LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/groups/8869975/
- Twitter: @climatecoachday
This year, Climate Coaching Action Day is dedicated to the Dr Alison Whybrow, a Fellow of the ISCP, who sadly passed away on the 27th February, 2022. She did so much to promote climate coaching through talking at conferences including the annual ISCP congress and her work with the Climate Coaching Alliance. Her article titled, ‘We are not OK‘ can be read here.