Coaching Webinar - Values in Coaching - Rachel Hawley

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Date of event: 10 October 2017
Event ends: 10 October 2017
Start time: 18:30
End time: 19:30
Price: £25 +VAT (10% discount for Henley alumni & current students) - Free to Coaching Centre members
Coaching Webinar - Values in Coaching - Rachel Hawley

Coaching Webinar 2017 - Values in Coaching - The latest with Rachel Hawley - Tuesday 10 October 2017 - 18.30 - 19.30

This webinar will discuss the importance of embedding values and ethics in coaching practice. It will begin by questioning why values and ethics matter, and should be an integral part of coaching practice. It will then delve into the key ethical considerations in the coaching relationship, such as contracting and evidence based practice. It will conclude with examples from a variety of coaching contexts such as education, business and sports coaching. The participants will be given the opportunity to engage in a discussions and reflect on various ethical dilemmas which may arise during a coaching session.

Coaching Webinar 2017 - Values in Coaching - The latest with Rachel Hawley - Tuesday 10 October 2017 - 18.30 - 19.30

This webinar will discuss the importance of embedding values and ethics in coaching practice. It will begin by questioning why values and ethics matter, and should be an integral part of coaching practice. It will then delve into the key ethical considerations in the coaching relationship, such as contracting and evidence based practice. It will conclude with examples from a variety of coaching contexts such as education, business and sports coaching. The participants will be given the opportunity to engage in a discussions and reflect on various ethical dilemmas which may arise during a coaching session.

The speaker

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Rachel Hawley is a Coach, researcher, author and education manager with teaching experience in the fields of healthcare leadership and management. Holding an MSc in Coaching and Mentoring, she has over 25 years experience of working with a wide range of organisations in the public sector at local, regional, national and European levels, where staff public, learner and engagement has extensively underpinned her experience. She is experienced in managing high profile national projects, skilled in providing expert consultancy, leading organisational and cultural change in complex organisations with a proven track record working through ambiguity to develop and translate national policy to local goals and practice. She is currently undertaking her Doctorate in Professional Studies at Sheffield Hallam University, exploring the influences on leadership for public engagement; seeking to understand how leadership identity for public engagement is constructed and sustained.

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