Wednesday 8th May 2019
Would you like to influence the future shape of coaching in the UK? If your answer is yes then you need to come to the UK ICF’s Creating a Competitive Edge through Coaching Symposium.
We believe the key to shaping the future of coaching is by co-creating that future in partnership with corporates / organisations, training organisations and the ICF hence our first tripartite symposium. Together we aim to co-create the future of coaching in the UK – evaluating new, as well as imagining and driving potential developments within coaching.
The symposium programme has been informed by the findings of the UK ICF’s Corporate Engagement Working Group following extensive discussions with the Corporate sector. We will share latest ICF research into how coaching can impact organisation performance; hear from business leaders about the challenges they face and together explore how coaching can address them and deliver competitive advantage. The intention is to drive the coaching agenda forward, creating a catalyst for future action and developments.
Speakers & Panelists
We have invited experienced business leaders to share their experiences and knowledge, as well as recognised experts in the different areas of focus to seed and inform the debate. Two key topics close to organisations’ hearts that we will be delving deeper into are teams and diversity & inclusion, and exploring the role coaching does and should play.
Only 120 tickets available and open to:
- Corporates, public sector and not for profit organisations seeking to support and drive growth and performance through using coaching, developing leaders as coaches, having a dedicated internal and/or external coaching faculty team or have/plan to build a coaching culture.
- ICF accredited ACTP and ACSTH training providers
- Members of the UK ICF who hold a current MCC or PCC credential.
A discounted two day pass is available for the Conference and Symposium.
Who Should Attend?
- Corporate buyers and developers of coaching programmes
- Public sector buyers and developers of coaching programmes
- Human Resource Managers and Learning
- Organisations providing ICF recognised Coach Training
- UK ICF MCC and PCC Credentialed Coaches