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CIPD announces coaching conference programme
The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) are holding their annual Coaching at Work Conference on 12-13 September 2006 at The Hurlingham Club, London.
The CIPD says speakers at the event will include:
A recent survey from the CIPD found that four out of five organisations now use coaching as part of their efforts to develop people (79%) and the most popular delivery of this is via the training of line managers.
However, few respondents believe managers take their coaching responsibilities seriously - this, says the CIPD, suggests organisations need to develop a coaching culture to secure commitment from line managers.
The CIPD Learning and Development survey also found over 80% of those organisations using coaching aspire to having a coaching culture and 75% state that they are investing time and resources to achieve this.
The CIPD has designed an additional update day, with two themes running parallel, that aim to reflect some of the issues that organisations face when developing a coaching culture and when developing coaching techniques more generally.
The CIPD says speakers at the update day will include:
For more information, including a full list of speakers, visit http://www.cipd.co.uk/coach
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