Shape of The Day
Registration 9.15am (for 10am) and closing 4.30pm
Opening session Peter Hill, Managing Director, CFM Consulting.
Shona Mitchell, People Matters ‘The Demise of the Lone Ranger’
In the context of more emphasis on collective leadership, rather than the individual leader, Shona highlights the opportunity to bring together the best of coaching, consultancy and team development approaches so that we can help teams work, relate and learn better together.
Mary Musselbrook & Sue Congram of Engendering Balance
‘Balanced Leadership in Coaching’
To achieve ‘balanced leadership’ means acknowledging and valuing qualities of leadership practice that, until now, have been largely eclipsed. Mary and Sue explain what these qualities are, how coaches can develop balanced leadership in themselves to strengthen their practice, and what it means to coach leaders towards living ‘balance’.
Stalls EMCC, ICF, AC, Scottish Mediation Network, Scottish Government (Public Appointments & Diversity), CFM are open for conversations and sharing information to help support your personal and business development as a coach.
Panel Q&A At the end of the day enjoy a creative open floor discussion with our panel on ‘The Future of Coaching, in Scotland’ with Mary Musselbrook (Engendering Balance), Paul Pinson (Vistage UK), Gary Paterson (Hunter Adams), Lesley Powley (Scottish Courts & Tribunals Service), Jeremy Gomm (EMCC) on The Future of Coaching, in Scotland.
Delegate fee – £60 including VAT.
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