Bulletin 6: Useful resources & learning opportunities

Meyler Campbell
24th April 2020



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Bulletin 6: Useful resources & learning opportunities

This bulletin contains a round up of useful resources and learning opportunities. 

Since the Covid-19 crisis began we have created five 'The Meyler Campbell Guide To.." documents for you. In case you missed them, you can view them all below:

This week, we were inspired to move away from resources focusing on the current pandemic and to focus more on the opportunity for learning.  In case you missed it amongst the tide of pandemic-related articles we have all received lately, last month the Curiosity Mars Rover sent NASA the most detailed panoramic photo of Mars that we have ever seen. You can view this incredible image here.

So this week's guide is The Meyler Campbell Guide to Curiosity.
Download the guide as a pdf here

 

Fast-Track to Accreditation Webinar
Tuesday 12th May | 10:00 - 11:00 BST
We are delighted to let you know that the eagerly awaited accreditation pack, created jointly by Meyler Campbell and the Association for Coaching (AC) for sole use by Meyler Campbell graduates, is now available on Connected*. The pack contains all you need to enable you to apply to the AC, via a simplified route, for personal accreditation as a coach. In addition, we have organised a webinar on Tuesday 12 May hosted by Mary Watts & Liz Gooster. We will be in touch with all our graduates separately with more information. 
*Please note, we are currently in the 'pilot stage' of fast-track to accreditation. 

 

Coaching Fishbowl with Saverio Grazioli-Venier
Wednesday 29 April | 15:00 - 16:30 BST
We will be hosting the first virtual Coaching Fishbowl next week. Come along and experience a coaching session live!

The Power of Context with Eyal Pavell
Tuesday 05 May | 15:00 - 16:00 BST
Meyler Campbell Faculty Member and psychologist turned coach and consultant, Eyal Pavell will show us how to look deeply into the systems and environments that shape us and will introduce practical tools for coaches.

The Joy of Family History
Thursday 28 May | 10:00 - 11:00 BST
Due to popular demand, we will be running a second webinar on The Joy of Family History with Anne Scoular. Anne will recap some of the information from her first webinar, but this session will place more focus on your own family history.

We’ve Been Disrupted, Now What?
Friday 24 April 2020 | 15:30 - 17:00 BST
A conversation with Whitney Johnson and Carol Kauffman on the current changes as many organizations and individuals face significant disruptions in their work and personal lives.

 

In case you missed it

Leading through a pandemic: Using this time to rethink your career

You can watch the full recording of Herminia Ibarra's recent webinar on leading through a pandemic and how you can use your time in lock-down to think about reshaping your career. 
Watch here

Coaching In Crisis
Alexandra Durnford, Meyler Campbell Faculty Member, coach and former crisis management consultant, discussed how you can coach leaders as they navigate themselves and their organisation through the Covid-19 crisis. 
Watch here

Anatomy of a Crisis
Following on from Coaching in Crisis, this webinar with Richard Fenning examined how crises impact an organisation, how different people respond and what previous events may tell us about us about the current Covid crisis.
Watch here

 

Real leaders are forged in crisis
Professor Nancy Koehn of Business Administration at Harvard Business School states that we will be remembered during this crisis for how we manage ourselves, and our teams through the crisis at hand.

 

Zoom exhaustion is a real thing
Steven Hickman, Psy.D., executive director of the Center for Mindful Self-Compassion, offers six ways to find balance and stay connected for those of us who are suffering from Zoom exhaustion!

 

The other side of stress
Alia J. Crum has spent the last 15 years studying stress. Alia explains that while stress obviously has negative effects, research shows that coping with even severe stress can make you stronger - as long as you adopt the right mindset.

 

Perspectives from the Meyler Campbell community

Effective Crisis Management & Coaching Are Helpfully Similar
As a follow up to her earlier webinar Alexandra Durnford has written an article to further explain the similarities between coaching and effective crisis management.

How strategic insights can help your career in a crisis
Meyler Campbell graduate David Lancefield believes that in the midst of a crisis could be your opportunity for career reinvention, especially during this period of prolonged uncertainty and change.

After the storm
Written by Meyler Campbell Alum Tim Johns, an insightful article focusing on approaching what is 'the new normal' and how we can weather the 'Covid-19 storm'.

 

For you

Watch National Theatre shows live
The National Theatre are streaming their live theatre shows each Thursday evening using YouTube Premiere shows. This week it was Twelth Night starring Tamsin Grieg which is still available for view for a further 6 days. Upcoming shows are ‘Frankenstein’ & ‘Anthony and Cleopatra’.

Activating Strengths for Resilience
Cappfinity have made their Introductory Strengths Profile free for April for everyone and they have provided the full 60 strengths of Strengths Profile so individuals can take action for themselves and to help others. 

Ben Pentreath Inspiration Blog
Recommended by Anne Scoular, Meyler Campbell Founder, an inspirational and soothing blog to read during these difficult times.

Cultivating Mindfulness with Jon Kabat-Zinn
Every weekday Jon Kabat-Zinn will offer mindfulness, healing, and wisdom to attendees on live-streaming. These sessions are an opportunity for you and up to 1000 others to practice mindfulness, hear others perspectives and to also ask Jon your own questions.
Thank you to Nancy Glynn for recommending.

 

For the kids

Maths with Carol Vorderman
Are your kids struggling with maths? The Maths Factor creator Carol Vorderman will teach your child Maths during this difficult period for free! Matched to the National Curriculum for ages 4 - 12, this is a useful resource for parents.

Get Kids Cooking with Jamie Oliver
Jamie Oliver is encouraging kids to get cooking during this lock-down. He has provided lots of family friendly recipes on his website for parents and kids to cook together.

 

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