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The 2017 Coaching at Work Annual Conference will be taking place on Wednesday 5th July in London.

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If there’s one thing we’ve been reminded of in recent months, it’s that nothing is fixed in stone, including culture. It seems everything’s up for grabs – this can be unsettling but also rich in opportunity.

Our conference this year approaches the theme of culture from a number of angles – shifting and transforming organisational and leadership culture; working with different cultures, building a coaching culture; building authenticity in a social-media focused culture; team coaching culture; the interface between coaching and business culture, and so on. And there are other themed sessions too.

This is our seventh annual conference since we took over the magazine in 2009, and we’re maintaining all the hallmarks of the success of our previous sell-out conferences. Engaging speakers; lots of choice of interesting and practical workshops/case studies/research sessions; the opportunity to network in a friendly self-contained yet spacious setting at the Holiday Inn Bloomsbury in central London. And the perfect finish to the day – our annual awards where you can help celebrate the achievements of colleagues – or your own!

We hope you can join us for a rich and diverse day of inspiration, exploration, and learning.

Liz Hall, Editor

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Location

Holiday Inn London-Bloomsbury
Coram Street
London
London
WC1N 1HT
United Kingdom
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Programme Highlights

Keynotes
Living Practices for navigating emergent change – Dr Eunice Aquilina
Diversity and Inclusion: Embracing the Beauty and the Beast of Culture, Creativity and Complexity – Jackee Holder

Case studies 
Change the conversation – change the culture – McCain Ltd – Michael Fryer & Mary Millar
Joining the coaching culture club – Dorset County Council – Tim Hawkes & Helen Sotheran
Adapt to measuring motivation – the key to changing and building a thriving culture – Carole Gaskell & Robert Nunn

Workshops/Research
Leadership: Future Engage Deliver – Steve Radcliffe
Is a coaching culture an alternative tyranny? – Sam Humphrey & Karen Dean
Is the key to being ‘genuine and authentic’ at work, inviting your work colleagues to be Facebook friends? – Neil Tomalin
Contracting for Individual and Organisational Change – Jenny Bird & Sarah Gornall
The Cross-Cultural Kaleidoscope™ – Jenny Plaister-Ten
Relational Team Coaching: daring to dance on the edge – Georgina Woudstra
When Compassion meets the Feedback Conversation! – Lise Lewis

Panels 
The Real Business of Coaching – Ginny Baillie, Blaire Palmer, Manjula Bray & Rebecca Hourston
Professionalising coaching in a changing business context – Future of Coaching Collaboration: Maria Symeon, Sally Bonneywell, Joy Harcup, Liz Hall.

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