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Workshop, Wed 15 Nov 2017, £120

The Coaching Conversation 2017

The Coaching Conversation 2017

If you have a passion for coaching, you will not want to miss this event. Look forward to seeing you there.

Contact

Shelley Measures

01603 733006

Address

Town Centre,
Brandon,
Suffolk,
IP27 0

Details

All organisations go through change which impacts the business at all levels.
 
Coaching & Mentoring are powerful business tools for developing your people, enhancing their performance and adding real value to your organisation.
 
At a time of relentless change, the need for sustainable organisation performance is crucial. Businesses need employees to take ownership of their performance, strive to meet business objectives and demonstrate resilience and confidence when managing change.
 
At CAKE, we believe that developing your people should be at the heart of all organisations and that coaching & mentoring should be accessible for all of the people, all of the time.
 
 
This year we are pleased to announce Professor David Clutterbuck as guest speaker.



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EARLY BIRD PRICE:
£95.00 + VAT per person
 
STANDARD PRICE:
£125.00 + VAT per person
CAKE are delighted to announce it's 3rd Annual East of England Coaching & Mentoring Conference...
Wednesday 15th November , Centre Parcs Elveden Forest, Brandon, IP24 3TR
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Professor David Clutterbuck is one of Europe’s most respected writers and thinkers on leadership, coaching and mentoring. He has written over 50 books and hundreds of articles on cutting edge management themes and we are delighted he is joining our coaching community in the Eastern Region.
 
David is co-founder of The European Mentoring and Coaching Council, and founder of the thriving international consultancy, Clutterbuck Associates, which specialises in helping people in organisations develop leadership and coaching skills to help others.

David is perhaps best-known in recent years for his work on mentoring, on which he consults around the world. His 12 books on mentoring and coaching include the classic “Everyone needs a mentor”, as well as “Learning Alliances”, “Mentoring in Action”, “Mentoring executives and directors”, “Techniques in Coaching and Mentoring”, and “Making Coaching Work and Coaching Teams at Work”.
 
David has been responsible for the implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of highly successful mentoring and coaching programmes in numerous organisations around the world, including Standard Chartered Bank, Goldman Sachs, Lloyds-TSB, World Bank and Nokia. David has worked with the Audit Commission in the UK, implementing a diversity mentoring programme that is now in its fifth phase.
 
He also researches, publishes and consults widely on Board performance and behaviour; and is currently investigating why succession planning so often doesn’t work. The link between these interests is the critical importance of dialogue, between individuals, and between them and the organisations, in which they work. He has helped hundreds of senior teams across the world find the Massively Difficult Questions that lead to deeper understanding of themselves and their businesses.
 
David was listed as one of the top 25 most influential thinkers in the field of Human Resources by HR Magazine, and was described by The Sunday Independent as second in the list of top business coaches in the UK.
He is an Honorary Vice President of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council.
 
He is visiting professor at both Sheffield Hallam University and Oxford Brookes University and is active in a charity he co-founded to develop new ways of using mentoring-style approaches to support young people with learning or social disabilities.
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If you would like any further inforamtion, please contact the CAKE Team at slice@cakepd.co.uk
or call 01603 733006
Our coaching for change conference ‘The Coaching Conversation 2017’ will provide you with a real understanding of how coaching & mentoring can be used as a driver for development & performance in the workplace.
With a combination of case studies, practical workshops and shared learning, you will come away with tools, techniques and innovative ideas for using coaching & mentoring successfully as a driver for business change within your organisation.
 
In previous years we have bought you guest speakers: Julie Starr - Author / Coach, Andy Lancaster - CIPD and David Taylor - The Naked Leader, as well as experts in the coaching and mentoring world.

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Conference Speakers

Professor David Cluttterbuck
 
One of Europe’s most respected writers and thinkers on leadership, coaching and mentoring. He has written over 50 books and hundreds of articles on cutting edge management themes and we are delighted he is joining our coaching community in the Eastern Region.
James Hutton - Founder Shift Coaching & Development
 
James now runs Shift Coaching & Development after previously working for News UK (formerly News International) home of The Times, Sunday Times and The Sun. He was responsible for introduced Internal Coaching at News UK.

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Wed 15 Nov 2017 09:00 to 16:00
Arrive at 9.00 am for coffee and registration - Ticket price includes use of site facilities until 10.00 pm that evening.

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