LCAC seminar at the University of Cambridge - Certification COF assessment - 3-5 March 2020
We are very pleased to announce that our acclaimed international "Leading and Coaching Across Cultures" seminar /certification Cultural Orientations Framework assessment will be offered by the UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE on 3-5 March 2020. Prof. Philippe Rosinski will co-deliver the seminar with Alexandra Terhalle.
Please click here for more information about the seminar/course and to register. We invite you to enrol to the course as soon as possible to secure your participation. The number of places is limited !
This COF certification will allow you to take advantage of the new COF assessment www.COFassessment.com : new design, new features, enhanced version!
This seminar will also allow you to obtain 21,25 CCE hours from the International Coach Federation, including 19,5 CCE hours for Core Competencies.
Find out here reactions and testimonials from participants in a previous LCAC/COF certification seminar.
Philippe is one of the best Thought Leaders in the field of intercultural knowledge.
I have taken his "Coaching Across Cultures" Program and thought that is was amazing. His books are substantive, and his Assessment Tool is excellent. I only wish that he was closer to California. Kudos!
Paula Swanson – USA
I have been using the COF assessment with groups of international master’s students for almost a year now and the feedback is very positive and encouraging. The students like how the profile allows them to link some of the classical models to themselves individually and also better navigate the similarities and differences in their project groups. All in all it is proving to be a very useful addition to the “Working Together” toolbox of my students. We have also just used the assessment on a first group of staff, academic and administrative, and the feedback was also very positive. A big thank you to Philippe for this interesting tool.
Grant Douglas – France
We selected Rosinski’s Cultural Orientations Framework as a conceptual framework and primary assessment tool for several reasons:
a) It is designed for use by coaches
b) The cultural categories selected transcend typical categorization such as age, gender, ethnicity and this was aligned with our diversity strategy
c) The COF has a team profile that we can utilize for future initiatives
d) The training and assessment tool was cost effective
Other models were considered, however the COF framework seemed particularly designed for coaches to have coaching conversations that facilitate leveraging cultural differences and creating new possibilities.
I had the pleasure to participate in Philippe`s Certification Workshop "Coaching Across Cultures" in Shanghai last month. With several other international coaches and HR specialists we experienced high qualified learning and exercising. Philippe is combining theory and pragmatic examples in a unique way. He is an expert in his field and connects in a wonderful way to his audience. I enjoyed every minute. After the course I read his book "Coaching across cultures". It offers a unique approach to us coaches (and all business leaders) on how to integrate different dimensions of culture in a broad sense into our work. Besides the theoretical background Philippe offers several examples to deepen the understanding as well as useful tips to make coaching even more effective. He has a unique use of language and the ability to combine the business context with psychology, literature, history and arts. What the book offers is far more than integrating culture into coaching - which already is a major task for an excellent coach. Philippe offers his deep experience in this field as concrete examples to the reader- I recommend his book to everyone who is looking for excellence in international coaching.
Bettina Al-Sadik-Lowinski – China
Great seminar! I did it 3 years ago in London and learnt a massive amount... still working on it all -so interesting.
Jan Henson – France
Location : CAMBRIDGE