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LIFESKILLS - Starting out in Coaching

Course

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Helping a team, or an individual, achieve a goal requires you to coach in order to bring out the best performance. Come and find out how to start out coaching.

Date and Time

12 March 2015 - 18:30-21:00

Location

Slough, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Buckinghamshire local network.


About this event

To bring out the best in a team or an individual needs specific skills.  This introductory workshop explains how to start out coaching so that everyone maximises their ability to achieve the desired goal. The IET Buckinghamshire Local Network is here to support you with your professional development.
We have organised a programme of Lifeskills workshops that have been specifically developed to help you through the Professional Registration process.
We do recommend that you attend all three of the workshops to fully benefit from the programme, but it is not essential.
This is the second course in the programme.

Programme

  • 6pm Arrive for a Networking session
  • Light refreshments available during the Networking session
  • 6.30pm Course starts
  • 9pm Course finishes

Reasons to attend

  • Start coaching in order to achieve the desired goal
  • Help applying for Professional Registration

Additional information

6pm for 6.30pm start

Registration information

Registration is essential

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