The role of the professional accountant is changing, and to succeed in today’s ever-changing business world, the need to effectively build and manage relationships with colleagues across departments, generations, job levels and sometimes even locations is more crucial than ever.

Join G.A.S.I.-award-winning psychologist, lecturer and consultant for practical tips on building mutually beneficial relationships throughout your organisation and how creating a positive, collaborative working environment can help you lead organically at all levels.

'A single conversation across the table with a wise person is worth a month’s study of books.' (Chinese Proverb)

By attending this webinar, you will:

  • Increase your knowledge as to how coaching can create an environment which inspires self and others to take greater ownership and deliver consistently great performance.
  • Appreciate the importance of 'pausing for performance' and the ways in which coaching can create the right conditions to facilitate that dichotomy. 
  • Gain insight into the tools and techniques that will set you on your coaching journey and deepen your learning to truly make a difference whatever your background or context and receive PDF templates of these tools and techniques.
  • Acquire a coaching process which you can use in a 5-minute conversation or a 90-minute conversation, and which will help you and/or others to gain renewed clarity, commitment and vision.  

Speaker details

Dr Corina Grace BA (Psych), MA (Org. Psych), PhD (Psych), MSc (Group Analysis), CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel Development), MPSI (Psychological Society of Ireland), MAC (Member Association for Coaching), IGAS (Irish Group Analytic Society) and ICP (Irish Council for Psychotherapists). 

Corina brings over 25 years' experience as a senior OD consultant, Psychologist, Lecturer and Group Analyst with senior leadership experience. She has a proven track record in designing and implementing major restructuring and organisational change projects, and has advised and consulted with senior managers on role redesign, performance management and the recruitment, retention and development of high potentials. She has extensive experience in the field of coaching having designed and implemented coaching programmes for managers and senior executives in areas such as leadership, managing change, and enhancing performance through open dialogue. 

Corina has published a book entitled Take Charge of Your Career and Find a Job You Really Love!

Corina is Director of Grace Consulting and a Practice Director with Waverley Learning (UK), where she co-facilitates their highly successful Executive Leadership & Culture Change programmes. 

In 2016, Corina won the prestigious G.A.S.I. International Student Essay Competition with her paper entitled Endings and Loss in Mergers and Acquisitions: An Exploration of Group Analytic Theory. She was the first Irish person to win this award.