It's a term we hear a lot in coaching nowadays.
The world, it suggests, is becoming increasingly:
And coaching must respond to these changes.
Coaches must be willing to move away from the fixity and certainty of goals, models, linear progress and a focus on acheivement if it to meet the needs of the new world.
A key figure in this shift is Hetty Einzig, author of The Future of Coaching and Editor of Global Perspectives journal of the Association for Coaching.
In this talk, Hetty will lay out what she perceived to be the key challenges and opportunities facing coaches as we move deeper in to the twentieth first century.
Highlighting the ever fluid boundaries between coaching and other disciplines, Hetty echoes the key philosophy and assumptions of Animas Centre for Coaching. On top of this Hetty layers areas she feels will becoming increasingly important including female leadership, entrepreneurship coaching, the rise of the holistic organisation and the power of "third acters" - those developing a whole new career or direction in life post-traditional retirement age.
Hetty's book, The Future of Coaching, is a rich, diverse and ideas-laden book that offers a real challenge to coaches.
We hope you'll join us to find out how you can make yourself future-ready.