Leading and Coaching Across Cultures

Leverage cultural differences to boost creativity, inclusion, unity and sustainable high-performance

When and where: 16th-18th October 2019, The Emblem Hotel Prague

To whom: Leaders, HR professionals, coaches, trainers and consultants


Meet the World Leading Authority in Global Leadership and Coaching Across Cultures and author of two best-selling books Coaching Across Cultures and Global Coaching - Prof. Philippe Rosinski. In our multicultural and fast-changing environment, it is essential to embrace diversity, bridge cultural gaps, learn from cultural differences for more creativity, allowing us to act responsibly, overcome divisions, live meaningfully and strive for internal and external unity.

The objective of the 3-day Intensive and Experiential Advanced Workshop is to equip leaders, HR professionals, coaches, trainers, interculturalists and consultants to systematically integrate the cultural dimension into their work. Philippe Rosinski a world authority in global leadership development, executive coaching and team coaching will be facilitating the seminar. He is the first European to have been designated Master Certified Coach by the International Coach Federation.

COF Certification

Our goal is to help leaders, teams and organizations unleash their human potential to achieve high performance together with high fulfillment and to systematically integrate the cultural dimension into their work. The workshop is also destined for interculturalists eager to integrate coaching into their work. Every participant of Leading and Coaching Across Cultures will receive a Certification – Cultural Orientations Framework (COF). The Cultural Orientations Framework (COF) assessment facilitates the understanding of salient cultural characteristics for individuals, teams and organizations.

With its 17 dimensions (more can be added on a custom basis), the COF allows us to become aware of our inevitable biases (e.g., how we communicate, think, manage time, organize ourselves, deal with power and responsibility), and to go beyond potentially limiting norms, values and beliefs. The COF allows discovery of new options to increase versatility, creativity and effectiveness. Its underlying dynamic and inclusive view of culture, enables us to build unity in diversity by leveraging cultural differences. The program is ICF accredited, it represents 19.5 CCE units (Continuing Coaching Education hours) counting toward ACC, PCC and MCC ICF certification.

What will you get

Learn how to release full potential in individuals enabling greater and sustainable success by making the most of alternative cultural perspectives.

Acquire skills that allow you to extend beyond cultural norms, values and beliefs when leading a diverse workforce or coaching clients.

Discover creative solutions to leverage cultural differences and address complex and multidimensional challenges.

Gain higher levels of self-awareness and personal fulfillment while enhancing your positive impact on others.

Maximize opportunities from diversity and achieve superior results for your organization.

Become certified to use and administer the COF online assessment with individuals, teams and organizations.

“This 3-day workshop was nothing short of exceptional. It had a tremendous impact on how I coach across cultures.“
Denis Niedringhaus
“It is an amazing tool that Philippe is bringing into the world. It helps families, teams and organizations to really start to understand each other to appreciate and leverage similarities and differences, and to become more powerful in the way that they work together. “
Lesley Lee
Having had the chance to participate in this training in June 2017, I can only wholehearteadly recommend it for the quality of the interventions and the pertinence of the transcultural approach developer by Philippe Rosinski. This interactive certification seminar is for any person in a leadership position and/or supporting individuals and teams, eager to liberate the potential residing in cultural diversity. We know that building team cohesion and synergies is not straightforward. This seminar has the merit of offering concrete ways and powerful tools to explore and capitalize on cultural differences, and to transform these into sources of learning and cooperation.
Martine Neyen