Prof. Cary Cooper to deliver coaching conference keynote
The Association for Coaching is holding its second annual conference on 24th March 2006 at Victoria Park Plaza in London.
Entitled Leading the Way, the one-day conference is expected to attract 500 delegates from the UK and around the world.
Speakers at the conference include:
* Professor Cary L. Cooper, PhD, professor of organisational psychology and health at Lancaster University Management School. At the Conference, Cooper will examine the growing trend for organisational change and will discuss how people can cope and adapt to the changes that seem a necessary part of today's business environment.
* Katharine Everett is director of change at the BBC. Everett will discuss some of the coaching techniques used by the BBC to develop leadership and implement organisational change.
* Ian McDermott is director of training for International Teaching Seminars (ITS). McDermott will discuss the act of self-leadership and will encourage coaching practitioners to embark on their own journey of self-discovery.
In addition to these keynote addresses, the Association for Coaching says delegates will have a chance to get some practical learning through a series of workshops that focus on the latest developments in coaching practice. The organisation says the workshops will also provide some valuable insights into leadership and organisational development and offer business advice for coaching professionals that need to move their businesses forward.
Bookings can be made online by visiting the conference website www.acconference.com. Delegate fees are £160 for AC members and £180 for non-members (+ VAT). The Association for Coaching says the delegate fee includes keynote addresses, workshops, conference packs, lunch and refreshments.
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