Sharing The Knowledge

Globally With Everyone.

16th Oct 2020 CTT Webinar by Cristina Campofreddo

 

- Jan 29th 2021

comment-icon

0

Speaker’s Name: Cristina Campofreddo

Session Date and Time: 16th October, 2020, 7:00 – 8:00 pm IST

Session Title: Masculine and Feminine aspects of the coaching competencies

Session Description: We are energy beings and we have in us both masculine and feminine energy, which are not separated by they can express through different behaviours and choices. We live in a world both of duality and oneness. The polarity of the masculine and feminine bring to the surface one of the common imbalances in our life, but humanity needs to remember that we are all both sides all at once, masculine and feminine. It is interesting to point out how many professional competencies of a Coach are a pure feminine expression, and how many of them are on the other side an expression of masculine energy. We will explore this topic, we will dig into our essence as human beings, and we will explore it from our coaching perspective and from the perspective of the client. We will use some ready-to-use exercises to learn how to recognize and use our immense resources hidden in the masculine and feminine illusion of separation.

About the speaker: Since 1986 in skills development, training and HR management for leading companies in the fashion, publishing, and financial field. She has been inspired by a deep passion for purposeful leadership and personal &; professional development.

Cristina founded CoachingEra in 2013 and channeled in this company her 30+ years experience in leadership training, consulting and mentoring in the global corporate world to deliver purposeful high quality coaching and training.

Committed to supporting individuals, executives and business companies to access their essence and use their talents, to choose their path and make the best of it. She believes that transformation from the inside out is the most powerful way to reach the desired results. That is why she develops different training and coaching programs based on a deep inner exploration of our multi-faceted resources that wait to be used to flourish in what we do.

View Video


Cristina Campofreddo

Executive Coach, PCC

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Recent Blogs

Teach us to number our days!

Physical activity and exercise is a great way to enhance our wellbeing and manage our mental health. Precisely why any opportunity to go out and breathe fresh air, burn calories with walking, running, hiking or doing weights is always a welcome break. I like pushing my limits so weight training works for me. Also I’ve … Continue reading "Teach us to number our days!"

The year of the Queen’s Gambit – 2020

One of the leading lifesavers of this entire pandemic lockdown has undeniably been Netflix. People who could afford or could hook up to a generous giver’s account found succour in the many entertainment options available on the platform. Amongst the best-received Netflix Originals of the year, was The Queens’ Gambit, a 7 – part limited … Continue reading "The year of the Queen’s Gambit – 2020"

A New Beginning

2020, what a year it has been! Many will remember it for the coronavirus, Covid 19 (CV 19). The year the world took a break from the way it was. As far as I can remember, there has never been quite a year like 2020 whereby everyone was affected in one way or another. But … Continue reading "A New Beginning"

The Power of Silence!

I recall the look on my peer coach’s face when in response to ‘what do you want to talk about today?’, I said I felt uncomfortable with silence when I am having a conversation. I added my tendency to finish sentences for people or offer words to ease their struggle. I had this challenge for … Continue reading "The Power of Silence!"

Coaching Journey

I worked and grew as an HR generalist in a global oil and gas company for twenty seven glorious years. Twenty of those years were in supervisory/managerial positions and I eventually led the HR function for seven years. As a leader in the organization, you were expected to integrate ‘coaching’ in the performance management process, … Continue reading "Coaching Journey"

Coaching to Save Lives

Ever since I was little, I have been in awe of my dad’s work. It is not his profession that dazzles me as much as his way of doing it. I grew up watching him save lives. He could ‘literally’ save the lives of people because he had invested his own life’s peak years to … Continue reading "Coaching to Save Lives"