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[En]V2 Icf Ecc Parisprogramme V10 03 22


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[En]V2 Icf Ecc Parisprogramme V10 03 22

  1. 1. Art & Science and Coaching : A great opportunity for a sustainable and dynamic evolution of our world ICF ECC Paris 2010 – June 17th – 19th, 2010 The term of “coaching” is born in the 19th century, at the initiative of the Oxford University. What if the “coaching” of the 21st century still needed be reinvented, in line with the big challenges of our today’s society? Thursday June 17th – 5 pm CET – Challenges of the future To open the conference, Ervin Laszlo -Hungarian scientist and philosopher-, Philippe Gabilliet –French Futurist- and the leader of a big multinational company will share their understanding of the essential stakes which condition our future and the co-creation of a world where it would be good living together. From their experiences, they will take us out beaten tracks, to open ourselves to other points of view and to dare to renew our practices of coaching, in order to better answer the complexity of our society. Ervin Laszlo, Hungarian, President of the Club of Budapest Ervin Lazlo is Founder and President of the Club of Budapest – a worldwide think tank - and has twice been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. The members of the Club of Budapest frequently exchange views with the likes of the Dalai Lama, film director Milos Forman, Jane Goodall, Mikhail Gorbachev, Bianca Jagger, Zubin Mehta, Desmond Tutu and Elie Wiesel. A child prodigy, Ervin gave concerts from the age of nine. Thanks to the Grand Prix of the International Music Competition of Geneva, he was able to cross the “iron curtain”. He began his career as an international concert performer then, following several twists and turns of his life as both a scientist and an intellectual, he served as President of the Club of Budapest, and head of the General Evolution Research Group, which he founded. He is an advisor to the UNESCO Director General. Laszlo is author, co-author and editor of 87 books published in 23 languages of which « The Connectivity Hypothesis » and « Science and the Akashic Field » Philippe Gabilliet, Prospectiviste français Philippe Gabilliet works in the field of managerial futurology, leadership development and intercultural management, with particular interest in the Far East. He is an Associate Professor with ESCP Europe in Organisational Behaviour with responsibility, for the third year running, of the course entitled “Futurology, anticipation & intelligence of the future”. He ensures the scientific focus of the diploma-awarding programme “Lead & Motivate”. He is the author of ‘Know how to anticipate – Tools to master your future’. The leader of a big multinational company: his/her name still needs to be confirmed once we get definitive approval.
  2. 2. Friday June 18th – 9.00 a.m / 7.00 p.m. CET – When Art and Science meet. Throughout this day, we suggest you let yourself be called, get fresh ideas and/or get touched by the talent and the discoveries of international experts in various fields of Art and Science: They will make us live exceptional and interactive moments: you might be knocked down or sometimes even shocked, but you will remain involved in any case. From this double glance of Arts and the Sciences, we may co-create new approaches, innovative ways of thinking, interacting and intervening with our clients: to accompany their progress by leaning on new paradigms and landmarks. The variety and complementarities of the speakers’ profiles remind us that a transverse and holistic vision is necessary to build and sustainably develop, in connection with what surrounds us. It concerns as much the people as the organizations. We are finalizing all speakers’ contracts for this conference day, but can already announce the following ones: Trinh Xuan Thuan (TXT), Vietnamese Astrophysician, professor in the USA Born in Hanoï (Vietnam), Trinh Xuan Thuan pursued his astrophysical studies at the French high school in Saigon, at the Polytechnic School in Lausanne and the biggest US universities where he obtained his PhD in Astrophysics (Princeton University). As a specialist internationally recognized for his research in extragalactic astronomy (beyond the Milky Way), he is the author of more than 230 articles on the formation and evolution of galaxies, in particular of dwarf galaxies, and on the synthesis of light elements in the Big-bang. His articles are widely referred to in the world. Professor of astronomy at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Xuan Thuan divides his time between the United States and France, where he frequently cooperates with French scientists. David Whyte, Irish Poet David Whyte, Irish poet, lecturer and outstanding speaker, will bring interesting insights into creative processes that release energy and adaptability in the workplace. Awakening the dormant imagination of individuals and organizations alike, with the courage of the metaphor and the use of poetic language to rally around the vision, these are for him the key ingredients of “conversational leadership” which makes the difference among today’s leaders. Guillaume Caunegre, French Osteopath D.O. Guillaume Caunègre D.O. is the founder of the Osteotherapeutics Institute in the USA. He is teaching and practicing osteopathy since 1986 and is an expert in Life Education for Business with a one-to-one progressive method for his top clients. He has developed a system of treatment and conditioning management for top sport athletes. His fields of excellence are the intellectual performance, the emotional intelligence and the management of stress. At the Women’s Forum for the Economy and Society, he shares his expertise about the decision-making power of the women worldwide and their adaptations to critical changes. Denis Marquet, French philosopher, novelist and therapist Alumnus of École Normale Supérieure (Paris) with a Doctorate in Philosophy, specialised in the analysis of the psychological Jungian type (MBTI), Marquet is also facilitator of Socratic dialogues and co-development groups. Blending contemporary therapy practise and Socratic Dialogue, he creates his own philosophical practitioner’s method and has written many articles for Psychologies Magazine. His first novel, Colère (Anger) is a recognized best-seller, translated into eight languages. Then he publishes ‘Père’ (Father), ‘La Planète des Fous’ (The planet of the Madmen) and ‘Mortelle éternité’ (Mortal eternity). Marquet’s first essay ‘Elements of angelic philosophy’ will be released in April, 2010.
  3. 3. Saturday June 19th – A new beginning for coaching A birthgiving day From the inspirations and experiences from the first two days of conference, we suggest you finding the flexibility, willingness and especially the boldness to renew what became obsolete and cumbersome in our practices: - To co-create innovative answers to the stakes and challenges of the 1st evening - To strengthen coaches' international community around the fundamentals of this profession in become. " We are as isles in the sea, separated on the surface, but bound by the bottom" (William James) How to achieve this? We offer you to participate actively in an open space led by Isabella Klein and Andreas Terhoeven, German and Austrian specialists of the facilitation of big groups. What is an Open Space Technology meeting? Open Space Technology is a meeting methodology involving from seven to more than thousand people, that produces results, achieves maximum participation and "buy-in" during the meeting and later implementation, unleashes unlimited creativity, and inspires people in finding the best solutions to their challenges. "Open Space Technology" is the name given to a meeting without a predetermined agenda. Developed in the late eighties by Harrison Owen of Maryland, U.S.A., this meeting methodology is now used around the world as an effective process for facilitating change in large group settings. Open Space Technology meetings enable the building of energy and participation in ways that few other processes do. They create the conditions for interactive processes that allow creativity to surface naturally. It is best used when there is an important issue to be addressed; there is a diversity of people involved; there is complexity; and when decisions need to be made quickly. Experience it and be surprised how it works! Dr. Isabella Klien, Holistic organizational developer, living in Salzburg/Austria, working internationally, Certified Genuine Contact™ trainer, Certified Management Consultant. Focus on: Holistic organizational development processes, small and large group facilitations, university lectures, trainings in whole person process facilitation, etc,. “I love the genuine contact way”: It assists human beings in working from their potential for joy, creativity and productivity. Methods such as Open Space Technology increase personal empowerment and help to achieve tangible organizational breakthroughs“. Andreas Terhoeven, Holistic organizational developper, living in Cologne/Germany, working internationally, Certified Genuine Contact™ trainer. Focus on: Sustainable and vision oriented transformation processes, facilitator for large group interventions, teaching at several German and Austrian universities and academies. “Every human being and every organization is unique and contains the potential to develop creative and excellent solutions. Reveal the essence, discover what is really important, dissolve existing dogmas and act in genuine contact.” © Birgitt Williams,