HEADspace - What do organisations and sponsors want from coaching, and how can they get it?

19th August 2012

Led by - David Megginson Emeritus Professor of Human Resources Development (HRD) What the session will include David will explore what his research has shown about the benefits and challenges of creating a coaching culture.

Case studies from organisations he has worked with will bring to life how a coaching culture could benefit your organisation. A group of sponsors of coaching in high profile, blue chip organisations have worked with David on their visions for coaching, and the findings from this collaboration will be presented. What attendees will be able to take away from the session • Clarity about what a coaching culture might include for your organisation • A sense of where your organisation is on the journey towards a coaching culture • The direction forward and a specification for what you could do to progress on the journey • The issues that other organisations see as crucial in maximising the benefits from coaching • An opportunity to develop your own list of actions to take the strategic direction that a coaching culture can help create. To register you place at this event contact Matthew Shields at m.shields@shu.ac.uk or call 0114 225 5081

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