Coaching for Respect - Gregg Ward

  • July 17, 2024
  • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Zoom (Link will be shared in confirmation email)
  • 84


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Dealing with Disrespect – research indicates that our society is experiencing record amounts of incivility and disrespect at levels not seen since the height of the Vietnam war. This tension is “bleeding” over into our workplaces and relationships, and many coaches are finding that more and more clients are asking for help and advice in dealing with disrespect. Gregg Ward, Founder and Executive Director of the Center for Respectful Leadership and an award-winning, bestselling author, speaker, and executive coach, will dive into this important and timely topic, lead us in insightful discussion and offer practical tools and techniques for supporting your clients AND for dealing with disrespect. During Gregg’s informative, high energy and interactive talk, participants will learn…

•   How respect and disrespect are as much about feelings as they are about rational, cognitive thought.

•    How you can coach someone who is struggling to be respected and/or is the target of disrespect

•   How to respond to disrespect effectively while keeping your cool

Each participant will receive  0.75 Core Competency  and  0.5 Resource Development Continued Education units.


Gregg Ward is the Founder and Executive Director of The Center for Respectful Leadership, who started his career as specialist trainer for the New York City Police Department. Gregg also worked as a correspondent for BBC Radio, Scotland on Sunday, and the Times of London. More recently Gregg is the author of three books including the bestselling, award-winning business fable (The Respectful Leader – Wiley 2016) and the creator of the Coaching for RespectTM mediation process. Gregg is now in his 30th year serving global companies as an expert consultant, speaker, trainer, and executive coach. He is based in San Diego, CA.

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