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Hi everyone,  

Already 3 months since our last newsletter, and many more events and celebration in the MSF world of mentoring and coaching.  
Already 5 mentoring workshops delivered in 2019, and so 66 new MSF mentors joining us.  
Check the Mentoring & Coaching Hub's website for future workshop and events agenda here.  
You must have heard last year about the Coaching education, and its first cohort of 24 MSf coaches? Well, 2 weeks ago, the 2nd cohort gathered in Oslo for their first module (out of 5). 18 new amazing future coaches.   
The Hub is constantly trying to innovate to respond to the growing demand for more mentoring and coaching skills throughout the movement. After a couple of pilots project last year, we have now developed our in-house Coaching skills workshop:  or another way of disseminating coaching skills to a larger population of MSF leaders. A 2 days residential workshop, followed by few virtual sessions (peer-to-peer learning groups). The Hub will deliver an increasing amount of these workshops next year, and indeed, as much as possible in the field :) 


Part of the Continuous Profesionnal Development for Mentors, we are hosting a webinar on coaching skills Thursday, June 13th, from 11:00 to 12:00 CEST. Agnese Pinto (Hub member, coach) and Richard Veerman (Hub member, mentor, coach) will give an introduction to Coaching Skills for Mentors. Register here before Monday 23:00 CEST.  

Continuous Professional Development for Mentors

On top of the webinar series, we are launching the Group Supervision and Mentoring café. Click here for more details, and follow the agenda for the upcoming events.
Enough of us, here are a few articles we would like to share with you, and a mini survey for the mentees and mentors among you.

I hope you don’t get tired to read articles from David Clutterbuck, I don’t 😉. For mentors and coaches, and anyone else interested in improving listening skills. The moment you think you understand is when you need to listen twice as hard...  

Leadership at MSF, the Quest for The Holy grail? Especially, when it’s about Leading the change. In any system, one of the fundamentals to lead the change remains the high-level of trust existing between each entity, and towards/between the leaders(s). Trust takes different forms, takes variable times to build, and can disappear almost as fast as it came to exist. This article illustrates well how building cross-cultural trust is essential, and not so easy.  

When academic research in health psychology demonstrates how “being armed with purpose, […] makes us better able to make decisions related to choices ranging from self-improvement to healthier living. Here is how coaching can relate to this perspective.


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