New Horizons – Speakers

Home Programme Keynote sessions Case studies Workshops Speakers Sponsors Booking Speakers Eunice Aquilina Eunice Aquilina is a somatic coach, OD consultant, facilitator and coach supervisor who supports her clients to develop a strong authentic leadership presence, build skilful ways to cultivate trust, embody greater ease and connection and better manage their commitments and results. She […]

New Horizons – Programme

Home Programme Keynote sessions Case studies Workshops Speakers Sponsors Booking Programme Coaching and Mentoring at Work conference New Horizons: Tuesday 2nd July 2013 Please note that this programme may be subject to alterations Time Description Speaker 8.30 Registration 9.20 Introductions & welcome Liz Hall 9.30 Keynote 1: An interactive keynote on applied neuroscience & coaching: […]

New Horizons – Case Studies

Home Programme Keynote sessions Case studies Workshops Speakers Sponsors Booking   Case study 1 Caroline Curtis Talent management has for too long been seen as something that HR owns, leads and “does” but our experience is that the “big wins” come from the business owning and driving talent initiatives. In this session, Caroline Curtis, Head […]

New Horizons – Workshops

Home Programme Keynote sessions Case studies Workshops Speakers Sponsors Booking   Workshop 1a Graham Lee Mindful Supervision: Working the Edges of Vulnerability At the core of human development is the capacity to work at the edge of discomfort and vulnerability. If, as coaches, we are to support our clients to inhabit new territories of uncertainty, […]

New Horizons – Keynote Sessions

Home Programme Keynote sessions Case studies Workshops Speakers Sponsors Booking   Keynote 1 Professor Paul Brown Professor Paul Brown introduces neuroscience as the essential underpinning knowledge for the future of coaching as a profession and makes special reference to the power of the central integrator that organises the way the brain works. Keynote 2 David […]

Festive cheer

Carol Wilson ran communication workshops with ‘guests’ at homeless charity Crisis last Christmas. The responses would not have been out of place in an executive boardroom “When a street stabbing happens it doesn’t start with knives; there are words that lead up to the knives. With the coaching skills I have learned here, I can […]

Mob Handed

Flash Mob Coaching could be the ideal way to bring coaching to people who wouldn’t normally benefit – and it takes only 10 minutes, says David Gray If you see a group of people performing a brief and seemingly pointless act, look again – it might just be Flash Mob Coaching (FMC), the latest phenomenon […]

EMCC, AC and ICF form an alliance

By Liz Hall In a landmark move for the coaching industry worldwide, three of its leading professional bodies have formed a global alliance. The International Coach Federation (ICF), the European Mentoring & Coaching Council (EMCC) and the Association for Coaching (AC) broke the news of the formation of the Global Coaching & Mentoring Alliance in […]

The art of coaching

How can looking at a painting help leaders maximise their potential? Explains how art can get a client – and their coach – out of ‘stuck’ and into new ways of seeing