Coaching Webinar - Towards a “Coaching Culture” - Is it Even Possible?

Event factfile

Date of event: 3 April 2019
Event ends: 3 April 2019
Start time: 18:30
End time: 19:30
Price: £25 +VAT (FREE to Coaching Centre Members)
Coaching Webinar - Towards a “Coaching Culture” - Is it Even Possible?

Join us on Wednesday 3 April 2019 for our coaching webinar on Towards a “Coaching Culture” - Is it Even Possible?

Description

Organisations today often talk about creating a “coaching culture”, yet few - if any - actually get there. Learn about the stages of maturity in an organisation’s coaching approach, and what it really takes to master a coaching culture. Help your clients, or your organisation, further its quest towards maximising their investment in coaching with this insightful webinar.

Who Should Attend?

This webinar is primarily aimed at organisational coaching programme managers, as well as internal and external coaches. It will also appeal to those in management or leadership positions with an interest in reaping the benefits of a coaching culture in their organisation.

Brian Underhill

Brian Underhill

Brian O. Underhill, Ph.D., PCC, is the Founder and CEO of CoachSource, the world’s largest executive coaching firm, and previously spent 10 years managing executive coaching operations for Marshall Goldsmith. Brian is an internationally sought-after speaker, having spoken at EMCC, ICF, The Conference Board and other industry events. He is also the co-author of Executive Coaching for Results: The Definitive Guide to Developing Organisational Leaders. His latest book is Mastering Executive Coaching (co-edited with Jonathan Passmore and Marshall Goldsmith), Routledge, 2018.



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