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Coaching at Middlesex

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START DATE 17 November 2016
START TIME 10:00am

Executive Boardroom, College Building, Hendon Campus, Middlesex University, the Burroughs, London, NW4 4BT

END DATE 18 November 2016
END TIME 04:00pm

Masterclass and conference exploring professional coaching standards of practice and training

Middlesex University is the UK's leading provider of masters and doctorate level education and research in the fields of coaching and mentoring. Our courses are individually tailored to support the specific aspirations of each practitioner.

Working with professional bodies such as the Worldwide Association of Business Coaches (WABC), Middlesex has contributed to coaching standards of both practice and training.

2016 marks a milestone for this work and therefore the University is gathering together its extensive network of master practitioners and researchers to share their cutting edge research.

17 November 2016 - Masterclass

A chance to attend two pre-conference masterclasses.

Masterclass 1: Where's The Evidence’ given by Professor Sarah Corrie, Vising professor at Middlesex.

Masterclass 2: Narrative Coaching’ given by Dr Daniel Doherty, Senior Lecturer in the Business School.

Register for a masterclass.

18 November 2016 - Conference

Keynote speakers

Professor Bob Gavey, Chair in Business Education at York St John University Business School, will speak about the future for coaching.
Dr Carol Pemberton, who has has over 30 years’ experience in helping individuals to have more successful and satisfying working lives, will speak about her practitioner research into resilience.

Option to join a half-day workshop into Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and wellness.

During the day there will be parallel presentations exploring the following themes:

  • Researching our own practice – improving our credibility and our offer to clients
  • Living case studies of emerging practices and techniques
  • 'Never mind the rigor where’s the relevance!'

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