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Sally Bernham, course director of the Certificate in Coaching at the University of Cambridge’s Institute of Continuing Education, and coach Alexandra Terhalle reflect on a unique intercultural coaching programme.

Just before the coronavirus crisis hit the world, a group of coaches from across the globe spent three days in the beautiful surroundings of Madingley Hall at the University of Cambridge, UK. Their discussions were part of the Leading and Coaching Across Cultures programme and focused on exploring and experiencing together how an understanding of cultural diversity could enhance coaching practice. The programme is a collaboration between the Institute of Continuing Education at the University of Cambridge and Professor Philippe Rosinski, the author of Coaching across cultures and Global coaching, whose work has been influential in bringing the intercultural dimension into coaching. The programme complements the accredited coaching programmes the institute offers and sits within the portfolio of short courses of continuing professional development for coaches at the Institute of Continuing Education.

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Originally published in Coaching PerspectivesIssue 26, July 2020.

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