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Association for Coaching conference announced

The Association for Coaching is holding its second international conference in London on March 24 2006.

The one-day conference includes keynotes from Professor Cary L. Cooper, PhD, professor of Organisational Psychology and Health, Lancaster University Management School; Katharine Everett, director of change at the BBC, and Ian McDermott, director of International Teaching Seminars (ITS).

The Association expects several hundred delegates will attend the event.

Katherine Tulpa, chair of the Association for Coaching said: "Our second annual conference is called 'Leading the Way'. That is precisely what the AC is doing right now - helping to lead the way for the coaching industry to become fully accredited and a highly regarded profession."

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