Coaching at Work Annual Conference 2015: Onwards and Upwards

London, London
Wednesday, 01 July 2015
Coaching at Work Annual Conference 2015: Onwards and Upwards
Wednesday, 01 July 2015 09:30 - 17:15 (GMT)

Holiday Inn London-Bloomsbury
Coram Street
United Kingdom

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Welcome to our 5th Annual Conference!  

This event is now in the past and is here for a limited time for information only

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The theme of Onwards and Upwards for this year’s annual Coaching at Work’s Coaching & Mentoring conference reflects our sense that it’s still pretty tough going out there, yet there are lots of healthy green shoots pushing through, and plenty of creativity, innovation and mastery in coaching and mentoring to celebrate, showcase and learn from.

Some of the challenges we face are still fairly new - increased VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity) has become a byword for modern-day business challenges. The repercussions from the Global Financial Crisis are still being felt widely, despite growth in some areas. Other challenges have been with us for some time - including widespread gender inequality. How can we forge onwards and upwards? How can we respond to the many challenges to our clients’ and our own resourcefulness? How can coaching help women navigate or break through the glass ceiling so that a fairer society and business world can reap the rewards of their contributions? How can we mindfully work with challenges to bring about meaningful action? How can we build thriving practices, and thriving coaching and mentoring organisational cultures, ones which bring in fresh energy, new ideas and frameworks?

Join us at 2015’s Coaching at Work conference to explore these questions and more, to master new approaches, to network in a dynamic environment, to be inspired … and to have fun!

Liz Hall, Editor

Here are a few details to whet your appetite for what promises to be yet another fabulous conference.  Hope to see you there!

Programme Highlights:

  • Dianah Worman OBE & Jessica Chivers - 'Breaking through the glass ceiling'
  • Carole Pemberton - 'Telling Stories: working with the narrative of resilience loss'

Case studies:
  • Maria Symeon, Louise Buckle, Nicki Hickson & Claire Davey - Coaching at the Big Four (PwC, KPMG, E&Y and Deloitte) 
  • Emily Cosgrove - Global mentoring at Swarovski - 'Conversations with a sparkle'
  • Oxford Nanopore Technologies with acumen executive coaching - 'Disruptive Innovation: Oxford Nanopore Technologies Coaching Case Study)
  • Tim Segaller - This Way Up: Rising Minds' integrated coaching and mindfulness programme at Quaker Social Action with low income East Londoners

  • Angela Dunbar - 'Directive, Non-Directive and Clean coaching'
  • Tatiana Bachkirova - '100 reasons to dislike supervision'
  • Darren Robson - 'Building a thriving coaching practice'
  • James Pritchard - 'Coaching for Mindful Action' - applying the philosophy and practice of yoga to leadership coaching
  • Jessica Chivers - 'Maternity comeback coaching'
  • John Blakey - 'In Coaches we Trust'
  • Siobhan O'Riordan - 'Negotiating challenge and change: Coaching toward successful transitions'
  • Sam Chittenden - 'Taking the Stage - Theatrical Approaches in Coaching'


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