Conference Material 2018

Conference Programme – 4th July 2018 Chrome browser users and anyone experiencing issues when viewing the PDFs, please right click on the link and select ‘save link as’ to view the PDF on your device.  In Safari right click and select ‘download linked file’. Firefox browser users do not normally encounter any difficulty viewing the […]

PRESS RELEASE COACHING AT WORK AWARD WINNERS 2018 – For immediate release – 5 July 2018

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 […]

Podcast: Louise Sheppard and Graham Lee

Graham Lee and Louise Sheppard talk to Coaching at Work’s Liz Hall about the importance of supervision being supervisee-led     Louise Sheppard’s research on supervisee-led supervision, featured in Coaching at Work magazine, has been creating waves, and her series of articles on this has seen her shortlisted for a Coaching at Work award – results will […]

Podcast: David Kesby on extra-dependent teams

Liz Hall interviews David Kesby about extra-dependent teams David Kesby is an organisational coach, and is also chief consultant coach and faculty for the Academy of Executive Coaching. His first career was in the Parachute Regiment before completing an MA in Management and Organisational Learning at Lancaster University and transitioning into a career focused on development. The last […]

Podcast: Rachel Ellison MBE on attending to location of coaching sessions

Liz Hall talks to Rachel Ellison about the relevance of attending to location of coaching sessions Rachel Ellison MBE is a former BBC news correspondent and international project manager. She was awarded an MBE for ‘the promotion of human rights and the self empowerment of women in Afghanistan’. Rachel works with C-suite leaders and emerging talent, is seen as […]

COACHING AT WORK ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2017: NEWS ROUNDUP

Alternative tyranny? In their interactive session based on their award-winning article, Is a coaching culture an alternative tyranny?, Karen Dean and Sam Humphrey involved delegates in small group discussions around questions including: What is a coaching custodian? What are the challenges and successes for coaching custodians? What’s the purpose of a coaching culture? How do […]

COACHING AT WORK ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2017: BUSINESSES MUST FIND A NICHE

Paying attention to quality relationship building, developing a niche and deciding to ‘bring your own stuff’ to your role as coach are key in building a successful coaching business, according to a panel on the ‘real business of coaching’. By Sarah Dale Coaching at Work columnist Ginny Baillie chaired a panel with fellow coaches Manjula […]

COACHING AT WORK ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2017: FCC PANEL – BEWARE DISRUPTORS

Coaches need to be more aware of disruptors impacting the world of work, better recognise the changes already occurring and identify opportunities and challenges presented, urged a panel on professionalising coaching in a changing business context. By Nicole Berg The panel featured four members of the Future of Coaching Collaboration (FCC): Maria Symeon, global coaching […]