Coaching and Mentoring in the Workplace
Enhancing Performance and Wellbeing - Coaching and Mentoring in the Workplace
28th November 2018 – The Village Hotel, Swansea
The Wales Institute for Work Based Learning (WIWBL) is delighted to announce its inaugural one-day Conference on Coaching and Mentoring in the Workplace. Linking performance with wellbeing, the Conference will provide an excellent opportunity to hear from international experts in the field with Keynotes from Prof Stephen Palmer (Professor of Practice, WIWBL) and Dr Peggy Marshall (Nationwide, US) as well as participate in workshops on coaching practice and supervision.
As part of the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, WIWBL has a strong background in training coaches and mentors for the workplace and is delighted to extend an invitation to buyers of coaching, practitioners, Masters/Doctoral researchers and our alumni to share best practice and research in the field.
Senior practitioners and researchers in the field will contribute to parallel sessions on the themes of wellbeing in Coaching Context, Methods of Inquiry, Coaching within Education and Living Case Studies of Practice. The presentations will be through workshops, performance/practice demonstrations as well as the more formal research presentations.
This conference will also launch the WIWBL Coaching Society, a cross-Wales hub for coaching research and practice development and attendees will be offered free associate membership for the first year.
If you would also like to directly contribute through a poster then please submit an abstract of your presentation by the 31st August 2018 via email@example.com.
Cost per attendee: £125
To register, please follow the instructions on the following page:
Practitioners: explore the best evidence on how to develop your coaching and marketing potential to take your practice further.
Researchers: explore the new directions in coaching.
Network with researchers and senior practitioners to influence research and practice in the field.
Share your research and practice in a supportive and engaged environment.