“Facing the future with hope – creating optimism & purpose in organisations and people”.
For coaches, mentors, supervisors and those with responsibility for implementing great coaching and mentoring in their organisations. The event mixes high quality CPD for practitioners with sessions designed to provide delegates with practical insights into and examples of great organisational coaching and mentoring.
The theme this year reflects our view that we all have a responsibility to ensure our clients and stakeholders are not only well prepared to meet current challenges but are also stronger, more capable and more adaptable to meet challenges in the future.
Programme for CPD & Supervision Event 14th June 2018
08.30 – 09.30 - Ben Cox – Chinese Medical Arts - Developing mindfulness of own body sensations whilst sitting, standing and moving
08.45 - 09.30 - Registration, Morning coffee and tea.
09.30 - 10.00 - Welcome and introductions – Ed Parsloe
10.00 - 11.15
Session 1: Sally-Ann Airey – The Power of Pause
Session 2: Jackie Elliott – Teaming & Pop up Teams
Session 3: Diane Newell, Charlotte Bruce-Foulds and Anna McLean - Open space debate on ‘What role do hope, optimism and purpose play in individual, team and organisational coach-mentoring’
Possible additional session by Dr David Wilkinson, from The Oxford Review – Recent research into uncertainty and emotional regulation (still tbc)
Supervision session 1: 1-1 or Group Supervision opportunity with Jerry Gilpin
11.15 - 11.45 - Morning break
11.45 - 13.00
Session 4: Angela Keane and Helene Cooper – Creating optimism through adventurous coaching
Session 5: Sodexo Case Study, Jann McBride, Talent Development Director UK&I - Establishing a coaching culture within Sodexo UK and Ireland, to drive engagement and high performance
Session 6: Katherine Ray - What are the drivers of Organisational Mentoring programmes
Supervision session 2: 1-1 or Group Supervision opportunity with Helene Cooper
13.00 - 14.00 - Buffet lunch and networking opportunities
13.15 - 13.45 - Ben Cox – Chinese Medical Arts – Exploring body awareness mindfully to notice both its presence and impact in the midst of dynamic relating
14.00 - 15.00
Session 7: Open University Case Study Professor Karen Littleton – ‘Envisioning Your Research Future’ - a strengths-based coaching solution, explicitly designed to engage academic researchers in an exploration of their personal strengths and distinctive areas of (potential) excellence/strength in their work.
Session 8: Gill Coombs, author of ‘Hearing our Calling’ and The Game – Life vs the Dark Powers’ - Coaching for the Greater Good?
Session 9: Ruth Simpson - Where does the need for resilience end and the need to adapt begin?
Supervision session 3: 1-1 or Group Supervision opportunity with Angela Hill
15.00 - 15.30 - Afternoon break
15.30 - 16.30
Session 10: Jerry Gilpin - Setting up a coaching business
Session 11: Angela Hill – Coaching Tomorrow
Session 12: Graham Clark – “Where did it all go right? The importance of accurate self-assessment and learning from success.
Supervision session 4: 1-1 or Group Supervision opportunity with Angela Keane
16.30 – 17.15 - Presentation of Certificates to The OCM Graduates 2017 – 2018.
17.15 - Reflections and close – Ed Parsloe
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Standard Alumni Rate: £185 + VAT
Standard Non Alumni Rate: £220 + VAT