A host of coaching and mentoring practitioners received accolades for their contributions in the Coaching at Work 2019 Awards, in what was one of the toughest years for judging given the high quality of those nominated. The winners were: Jonathan Passmore, Eve Turner & Marta Filipiak (Best Article/s); Charmaine Kwame (Internal Coaching/Mentoring Champion); Jeremy Gomm (External Coaching/Mentoring Champion); Peter Welch (Contributions to Coaching Supervision); Fiona Adamson (Lifetime Achievement), and David Gray (Posthumous Lifetime Achievement). Gina Lodge, CEO at coach training and consultancy business the Academy of Executive Coaching (AoEC) announced the winners and those highly commended at the awards ceremony […]
A host of movers and shakers received accolades for their contributions to the coaching profession, at this year’s Coaching at Work Awards. The award results were announced by editor Liz Hall at a ceremony at the end of the annual Coaching at Work conference in London on 4 July, which was then followed by a reception sponsored by the online training provider the Wisdom Tree Academy to celebrate the awards. Craig G Howe from the Wisdom Tree Academy handed winners a plaque and those highly commended, a certificate. A full conference report, with photographs, will appear in Coaching at Work’s September/October issue of the magazine. “It’s been really […]
This year’s Coaching at Work annual conference has the theme of creativity and innovation, which are much needed in our profession and in these challenging times. The conference brings together stimulating, respected and world-class speakers including Ernesto Spinelli, Louise Buckle, Maria Symeon, Lis Merrick, Thrive Partners, Rachel Ellison MBE, Louise Sheppard, Graham Lee, and Claire Breeze. The sponsors Once again, the event has been made possible in part thanks to the sponsors (full information about each organisation at the bottom of this release). These are: GOLD SPONSOR Ashridge Executive Education www.hult.edu SILVER SPONSORS Academy of Executive […]
PRESS RELEASE – 11 July 2017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE A host of movers and shakers received accolades for their contributions to the coaching profession, at this year’s Coaching at Work Awards. The awards were announced by editor Liz Hall at a ceremony at the end of the annual Coaching at Work conference in London on 5 July, which was then followed by a reception sponsored by Erickson Coaching International to celebrate the awards. Award winners were given a plaque if they got ‘first `prize’ and a certificate if they came second (Highly commended). A full conference report, with photographs of the […]
PRESS RELEASE – 15 March 2017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Buyers and suppliers of coaching now have a comprehensive guide to help them define, articulate, purchase and deliver high calibre professional executive coaching in organisations. Future of Coaching Collaboration (FCC), a multi-stakeholder group comprising volunteers from corporates, professional bodies, academia, research bodies and Coaching at Work, has produced a guidance document setting out definitions, principles and practices for professional executive coaching in organisations. The document is the result of a work over a number of years from volunteers from organisations including Association for Coaching; Association for Professional Executive Coaching and Supervision; AoCS (Association of Coaching Supervisors); British Association for […]
This year’s Coaching at Work Awards 2016 winners & highly commended individuals were announced at a glittering awards ceremony and drinks reception on 6 July in the heart of the city of London. The Winners were: Sally Bonneywell (GSK) – Internal Coaching Champion; Erik de Haan (Ashridge) and Liz Dimmock (Women Ahead) – joint winners- External Coaching Champion; Sam Humphrey and Karen Dean (Møller PSF Group) – Best Article; Robin Shohet – Contributions to Coaching Supervision; David Megginson (Sheffield Hallam) – Lifetime Achievement Award for Contributions to Coaching and Mentoring; and Gill Smith (AC UK) – Lifetime Achievement Award […]
AT THE SELL-OUT CONFERENCE ON 6 JULY IN LONDON, THE VERY APT AND CURRENT THEME OF VUCA (VOLATILE, UNCERTAIN, COMPLEX & AMBIGUOUS) WAS EXPLORED IN RELATION TO COACHING AND MENTORING PRACTICE. KEYNOTE SPEAKERS WERE HETTY EINZIG, ANTHONY KASOZI AND A SURPRISE KEYNOTE TO ROUND OFF THE DAY FROM SUZY GREEN. THE COACHING AT WORK AWARD WINNERS & HIGHLY COMMENDED INDIVIDUALS WERE ANNOUNCED AT A GLITTERING AWARDS CEREMONY AND DRINKS RECEPTION. Coaching at Work’s annual Coaching and Mentoring at Work conference is one of the hottest tickets in town, selling out every year. The success of this year’s conference on […]
1 March 2012 It seems to be getting tougher and tougher each year to decide on the winners of the Coaching at Work awards- there are so many deserving candidates out there. But for this year, we’ve made our choices: Kim Morgan wins our Coaching at Work Coaching Person of the Year 2011 award while Lis Merrick wins our Coaching at Work Mentoring Person of the Year 2011 award. They have made their mark in different ways but have in common a passion for the profession, generosity in sharing wisdom, and a commitment to raising standards. The judges were Liz […]
Gladeana McMahon and David Clutterbuck are this year’s Coaching at Work People of the Year
This year’s Coaching at Work Coaching Person of the Year is Gladeana McMahon, re-elected chair of the Association for Coaching (AC) UK, while David Clutterbuck, co-founder of the European Mentoring & Coaching Council has been crowned as Coaching at Work Mentoring Person of the Year- a new award.
Nomination comments for McMahon include “her unstinting generosity to other coaches; work for AC, and developing Cognitive Behavioural Coaching”, and “not just for what she does that is overt – for example the first ever AC UK leadership conference, and a number of superb events, but for what she quietly does to support coaches and coaching…..she is always offering materials, ideas, and support to many, many coaches, without expecting any recognition or acknowledgement.”
McMahon said: “I am delighted and honoured to receive this award. There are so many people who have contributed so much to the coaching world that to feel my peers believed I deserved this award makes it all the more precious. My clients, colleagues, trainers, partner and most importantly the support of my efficient executive assistant of 11 years, Tracie Davis, have all shaped who I am, and deserve to share in this award.”
Respondent’s comments about Professor Clutterbuck, practice leader at Clutterbuck Associates include: “he is the leading light on researching, creating and managing mentoring programmes in organisations”, and “he has maintained focus.”
Professor Clutterbuck said: “It’s been a great privilege to be there at the birth of a new discipline and to be a kind of parent as it grows up. Supported mentoring has become so much more than just another way of learning. It is at the same time a social movement, and a practical way for organisations and their people to have genuine dialogue about how they achieve their ambitions. I’m looking forward to structured mentoring’s fourth decade and to watching it continue to evolve.”
Other nominations for the Coaching at Work Coaching Person of the Year award this year included Mike Hurley, past president of EMCC UK; Louise Buckle of KPMG for “galvanising coaching sponsors into action”; Anne Scoular of Meyler Campbell “for her relentless optimism and chutzpah”; Anthony Grant (Sydney University’s Coaching Psychology Unit) “for forcing us to face up to the shortcomings of evaluation and the tendency to over-claim on impact”, Robert Kegan and Lisa Lahey for “their continued work on Immunity to Change”, Brian Fitzgerald, learning and development director at Atkins “for his work in establishing a business-led coaching culture at the most senior levels in a hard-headed business.”
Lis Merrick, senior lecturer at Sheffield Business School was among those nominated for the Coaching at Work Mentoring Person of the Year- “because she is a passionate advocate, enthusiastic and has impacted on many organisations with mentoring initiatives – not least in the North West and across Europe”, along with Paul Stokes, principal lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University.
NOTES TO EDITORS
The Coaching at Work awards and Annual Survey: Every year, Coaching at Work carries out a survey of its readers asking them what they think the main achievements of the year have been, what the priorities are for the coming year, and who they would like to nominate for the Coaching at Work Coaching Person of the Year. This year (2010), we also asked for nominations for the new Coaching at Work Mentoring Person of the Year. Nominations are counted up and then closely examined by the Coaching at Work team which then makes a decision based on number of nominations, comments made by those making the nominations and team members’ own sense of what those shortlisted have contributed to the field. This year (2010), both winners each had the highest number of nominations in each category, plus the Coaching at Work team considered the comments made to be well-deserved.
The Coaching at Work Annual Readers’ Survey was carried out among readers and members of the Coaching at Work LinkedIn group. The results will be shared online and in the January/February issue, plus a separate press release will be released.
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