Programme

Coaching for Business Performance Conference Programme, 12 September 2018

Join our host of experts at this essential one-day conference.

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Day 1
12 Sep 2018

Chair’s opening remarks

Join Stuart Haden (Learning Programmes Manager at CIPD) as he introduces the key themes of the conference.

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Stuart Haden

Empowering your workforce through coaching for performance

Tim Roberts - L&D Business Partner at Missguided.

For business, as in sport, the main outcome sought through coaching is improved performance for individuals and teams. In organisations, how can we link coaching conversations with business objectives? Is coaching best placed as part of a performance management process, or does this leave the risk of coaching being seen as a remedial tool? For performance coaching, what tools and frameworks can we u...
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Tim Roberts

Making coaching stick: Creating a coaching culture in your organisation

Michelle Lowe - HR Manager, Learning and Development at Aramco Overseas Company.

Graeme Panting - Head of Client Engagement at Ministry of Justice HR Casework Team.

Jackie Woollaston - HR Casework Client Engagement Manager at Ministry of Justice HR Casework Team.

When thinking about making coaching a success in your organisation, the idea of developing a coaching culture quickly follows. Organisations are taking various steps to dev...
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Michelle Lowe
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Graeme Panting
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Jackie Woollaston
11:10-11:40

Networking coffee break

Developing coaching skills and behaviours in yourself and your people

Vilma Nikolaidou - Associate Director, People Strategy at University of the Arts London.

For coaching conversations to have impact, coaches need to possess the skills and exhibit the behaviours of a successful coach. So what are the skills and behaviours of a successful coach and how can you develop these skills in your people, or even in yourself? In this case study session, Vilma will share her experience in advancing coaching skills in line managers...
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Vilma Nikolaidou

How coaching employees can speed up a company’s ROI?

Cristiane (Coca) Pitzer - Agile Transformation Lead at Retail InMotion.

When organisations look to new mindset and frameworks to encourage their teams to work more effectively and work in new ways, behavioural change can be a challenge and may slow down the transformation. In coaching, your teams you can generate values such as trust, honesty, openness and courage, all of which are essential for the iterative agile mindset and culture. Developing the right attitudes, behaviours...
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Cristiane (Coca) Pitzer
13:00-14:00

Networking lunch

How can we effectively measure and evaluate the impact of our coaching initiatives?

Angela Sabin - Principal Coach at Executive Life Coaching.

Simon Gosney - Head of Learning and Development at Dimensions UK.

In an era of continued downward cost pressure on learning and development budgets, securing investment for organisation-wide coaching programmes is as challenging as ever. The Dimensions Group, in partnership with Executive Life Coaching set up such a programme in 2015, and through effective measurement and evaluation, ...
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Angela Sabin Chartered FCIPD
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Simon Gosney

In conversation: Exploring alternative coaching methods and relationships

Michelle Lowe - HR Manager, Learning and Development at Aramco Overseas Company.

Tim Roberts - L&D Business Partner at Missguided.

Vilma Nikolaidou - Associate Director, People Strategy at University of the Arts London.

The majority of coaching in business takes place between a coach and a coachee, often as part of an existing line management relationship. However, that isn’t the limit of coaching. Coaching can take place in gro...
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Michelle Lowe
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Tim Roberts
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Vilma Nikolaidou
15:20-15:40

Afternoon coffee break

Placing coaching in wider people development and engagement initiatives

Mike Mair - Head of Learning and Development at Bard Pharmaceuticals.

As well as increasing performance, coaching conversations can support wider workplace initiatives to engage your people and develop resilience in the face of continuous change or difficulties in their roles. At Bard Pharmaceuticals, coaching forms part of a wider approach to people management and developing their people to support talent management, succession planning and engagement...
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Mike Mair

Chair’s closing remarks

Hear Stuart Haden (Learning Programmes Manager at CIPD) summarise the learnings of the conference.

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Stuart Haden