Online Coaching Conference 30.09.2021: Global Coaching – Making a World of Difference

17-Sep-2021 12:21:17

Join us on Thursday 30 September 2021 for this year's virtual live-online Coaching Conference.

  • Date 30.9.2021 – 09:30 to 20:00 GMT+03:00
  • LocationOnline 🌐

Event description

If 2020 has taught us anything it is that the world is smaller than we thought; we are more connected as a global community than ever before.

The continued rise of technology has enabled coaches to work with individuals and teams across different countries. Boards and teams are becoming increasingly diverse, representing the world they serve. At the same time, the growth of the three main professional bodies has brought common standards to global coach training through professional competences.

This year’s Henley Coaching Conference explores these global trends in coaching. What does it mean to be a global coach? How can you leverage your knowledge to serve the many, not the few? How can you respond to challenges around the environment, diversity and technology? What are the new rules of the game that you need to understand to be the best coach you can be?

Agenda

This year’s Coaching Conference offers you the opportunity to continue your CPD journey.

There will be facilitated sessions running concurrently during the day. There will be breaks between sessions and delegates can leave and re-join at any point during the day.

Click here to view the detailed agenda of the event.

The fee for the event is £24 (incl. VAT) for Coaching centre members, and £110 (incl. VAT) for others.

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If you have any questions in regards to this please contact execedevents@henley.ac.uk

Coaching Centre Membership

Members of The Henley Centre for Coaching receive a discounted rate at our annual Coaching Conference.

To find out more and to purchase membership visit The Henley Centre for Coaching web page.

Information accurate as of June 2021

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