Coaching at Work annual conference: Languishing to Flourishing, online, 23 November, 2021 By Jane Brengen Against the backdrop of a surfer riding a huge wave Mark McMordie began his two-part workshop by reflecting on the reality that we’re living in world of...
The Coaching at Work Editor’s Awards 2021 ceremony was held online at Coaching at Work’s annual conference on 23 November, recognising contributions to mentoring, coaching supervision and coaching, including in the areas of social justice and climate change. Watch the...
The Coaching at Work Editor’s Awards 2021 ceremony was held online at Coaching at Work’s annual conference on 23 November. The awards recognised significant contributions championing, innovating, pioneering, modelling and inspiring best practice in mentoring, coaching...
Coaching at Work conference: 23 November 2021 The theme of this year’s annual coaching conference will be: Languishing to Flourishing: Enhancing resilience and well-being during adversity. The conference will be held virtually using the Zoom platform. Speakers include...
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