Continuing Professional Development ‘A Place To Develop’
A Place To Develop is our popular CPD programme, designed to inspire and take coaches to the next level, whatever stage of your career.
Thursday 16 May at University of Edinburgh Business School
The Role of Coaching In Enhancing Employee Engagement, with Executive Coach Mary Parker
Organisations are continually looking for new ways to improve employee engagement and retention. Research has found that companies who report higher engagement levels amongst their staff achieve significantly better results. As a consequence many organisations are starting to consider other incentives for their staff – in particular non-financial rewards. These rewards can take various forms but often involve training and development programmes. This workshop will look at practical coaching tools and techniques and how they enhance the psychological contract between the employer and its workforce.
University of Edinburgh Business School, 29 Buccleuch Place, Edinburgh, EH8 9JS.
9.15 am Registration and coffee
9.45 am CPD session
12 noon Sandwich lunch and networkingBooking
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£10.00 to be paid on the day
Once again thanks to our event sponsors University of Edinburgh Business School.
CPD Dates for 2013 Diary
Tuesday 3 September – Playing To Your Strengths for Leaders, By Sharon Millar
Edinburgh events area held at University of Edinburgh Business School
Tuesday 11 June - (evening event) ‘Developing a Coaching Culture in the Professional Services’ by Monica Smith and Philippa Johnston of Hymans Robertson
How do you weave coaching into the fabric of an organisation so that it become part of the managers toolkit? Coaching works well in professional services firms because of the time pressed environment. Anything that can be done in an hour (or less!) appeals more than other time consuming development programmes. In addition, coaching to achieve higher levels of performance appeals to their professional drive. In this session, Monica Smith and Philippa Johnston will share their practical experience of working as internal coaches and developing a coaching culture within a Consulting Firm.
About Monica and Philippa
Monica Smith is Head of Coaching and Development at Hymans Roberston. Philippa Johnston is an HR Business Partner. Between them, they coach a range of Hymans Robertson employees, including the Partner Group.
Address: 20 Waterloo Street Glasgow, G2 6DB
530pm Registration & sandwich buffet
615pm CPD session
£10 fee payable on the evening
Many thanks to our event sponsors Hymans Robertson LLP
Previous Topics Include
Creatively Managing Conflict in the Workplace
Cognitive Behavioural Coaching
Parallels Between Sports & Business Coaching
Ethical Dilemmas for Coaches
Feedback and observation