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SGCP Coaching Psychology Workshops & Conference 2017: Giving Voice to Variety

Workshops - Thursday 7th December at Crowne Plaza Birmingham City

Conference - Friday 8th December at Crowne Plaza Birmingham City

Thank you to all our speakers and delegates

Presentation Downloads

Workshops

Resilience Coaching: Beyond Wellbeing - Dr Carole Pemberton

Understanding Menopause; how to spot the signs, and support your clients (and yourself!) - Nicki Williams

Keynote Presentations

Excellence in Coaching - Myles Downey

A Variety of Selves - Prof Devi Jankowicz
Bibliography

Chronic Embitterment - Dr Tom Sensky

Teams and Team Coaching - David Webster

Parallel Sessions

Doctoral Coaching Research Session - Convenor: Jonathan Passmore

Presence in executive coaching - Roger Noon

Resources for Resilience in the VUCA Environment - A Hypothesis - Samantha Mather

Coaching for mindful action - James Pritchard

How is coaching perceived by leaders engaged in a global talent management and leadership programme? - Karine Mangion

Identity, emotional intelligence and coaching - Julia Carden

Coaching and leadership development: Personal Construct Psychology perspective - Alessia Ranieri

Coaching in Higher Education Symposium - Convenor: Dr Rebecca Jones

Can one-to-one coaching improve selection success and who benefits most? - Dr Holly Andrews & Dr Rebecca J Jones - Unable to share slides

Coaching: A Tool for Affectively-driven Experiential Learning in Undergraduate Business Education - Dr Ashley Roberts & Dr Ioanna Iordanou

Understanding the Dangers of Faculty-Student Coaching: An Academic Capitalism Perspective - Dr Rebecca J Jones & Dr Holly Andrews - Unable to share slides

Thinking about Supervision as Supervisor and Supervisee Symposium - Convenor: David Lane

The Coaching Supervision Cube - David Lane

The PURE Supervision Flower - Prof Sarah Corrie

Being Supervised - why does it matter and what does it feel like? - Paul Furey - No slides to share

Exploring Research Questions in Coaching Psychology Practice - Dr Dasha Grajfoner & Dr Laura Rees-Davies

If you have any queries please contact us via the event hotline on 01332 224501.

Agenda

Thursday 7th December 2017

Pre-Conference Workshop Agenda - Please select one to attend

12:30Registration
13:00Parallel Workshops begin - please see programme below for details
14:30Refreshment Break
15:00Parallel Workshops continue - please see programme below for details
16:30Workshops Close

Friday 8th December 2017

Conference Agenda - please note timings are subject to change

08:15Registration and Refreshments
09:00Welcome from David Webster - SGCP Chair
09:10SGCP Awards Presentation
10:00Keynote: Chronic Embitterment - Dr Tom Sensky
11:00Refreshments & Exhibition
11:30Parallel Sessions - Please see programme below for details
12:45Lunch & Exhibition
13:30Keynote: A Variety of Selves - Prof Devi Jankowicz
14:30Parallel Sessions - Please see programme below for details
15:30Keynote: Excellence in Coaching - Myles Downey
16:45Closing remarks
17:00Conference Close

Speakers and Facilitators

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Nicki Williams

Facilitator
Nicki Williams is a qualified Nutritional Therapist, author, speaker and founder of Happy Hormones for Life, helping women to get back to their absolute best – slimmer, energized, more productive and in full control of their hormones!

After failing to find any medical help for her symptoms of exhaustion, weight gain and hormone issues herself in her early 40’s, she discovered that she could turn things around using diet, lifestyle and natural supplements.

She went on to qualify as a nutritional therapist and hormone expert, and now helps women all over the world with her online programmes, workshops and individual and group coaching.

She has recently published her first book; It’s not you, it’s your hormones; The essential guide for women over 40 to fight fat, fatigue and hormone havoc.

www.happyhormonesforlife.com

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Dr Carole Pemberton

Facilitator
Carole has worked with individuals and organisations on issues relating to executive and career development for 30 years, in sectors ranging from financial services to universities from high street retailers to TV companies, from government departments to global charities. For the last 20 years she has run her own consultancy Coaching to Solutions.

She is an executive coach, developer of coaches, coach supervisor, lecturer and writer.

She is Visiting Professor in Business Coaching at the University of Ulster, and a Faculty Member of the Academy of Executive Coaching. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, the Institute of Personnel and Development and the Career Development Institute. Her doctorate was awarded for research into working with the resilience issues of leaders

Her clients include:
• Leaders working in warzones for a global NGO
• Government departments dealing with issues of Brexit
• Senior academics adjusting to a changing educational market
• Publishers dealing with the consequences of new technology
• Retail banks adjusting to a changed future

All of them are required to show resilience.

She has authored and co-authored a number of books including ‘Coaching to Solutions’ which sells worldwide as a means of supporting line manager coaching, ‘Her most recent book, ‘Resilience: A Practical Guide for Coaches’ was nominated as coaching book of year. In Spring 2017 she launched an on line learning programme ‘Resilient

www.coachingtosolutions.com

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Myles Downey

Keynote Speaker
Myles is recognised as one of the leading business performance coaches in Europe with extensive experience spanning thirty years. He was the Founder of The School of Coaching in the UK established in 1996 and the first of it’s kind (he sold the school in 2009), and was also part of the team that established The Alexander Corporation in 1987, acknowledged by The Economist Intelligence Unit as “the leading provider of Executive Coaching in Europe” in 1993 and in 1995.

In 2015 Myles established The School of Coaching International which operates through partners in the UK, in Russia and Vietnam (Zest Leaders) Ukraine (MCU) and in sub-Saharan Africa (IDM Business School). In August 2016 Myles worked with the New Zealand Rugby Elite Coaches to develop their coaching skills and is currently working with the Coaches to the English Rugby National squad.

He is the creator of the Enable – ‘your place to think’ – an automated coaching system which is designed to bring high quality coaching to the many, affordably.

“Enabling Genius – a mind-set for success in the 21st Century’ was published in March 2016. Myles is also the author of ‘Effective Modern Coaching’ published in November 2014 and of ‘Effective Coaching’ (in excess of 60,000 copies sold). Routledge has just contracted with Myles and Cliff Kimber to write ‘Born to Flow – the next frontier of performance’. A further book ‘The Sessions’ is available free at www.thesessions-book.com
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Prof Devi Jankowicz BSc., PhD, ABPsS

Keynote Speaker
Visiting Professor of Constructivist Managerial Psychology, Edinburgh Business School (EBS), the Graduate School of Business at Heriot-Watt University

Devi Jankowicz gained a first degree in Psychology (1969) followed by a doctorate in Management Cybernetics (1975), both from Brunel University. He has taught Organisational Behaviour, and Research Methods, at universities in Ireland, USA, Poland and the UK, and has contributed to management education by developing and directing two MBA programmes and a DBA programme. Prior to his recent retirement from Edinburgh Business School he taught Management Research Methods on the MSC and DBA programmes, and supervised 17 doctoral students to completion; doctoral supervisions continue. His research interests include knowledge transfer across cultural boundaries, the use of virtual environments in distance learning, and applications of constructivist theory and techniques in business and management. He has some 80 refereed publications to his credit, together with five textbooks on business research methods and one on repertory grid technique. His consultancy clients include JPL/NASA, Unilever, Rolls-Royce (Bristol), and the Employment Service UK; he has contributed to Ministerial briefing seminars in the UK, and acted in an EU Expert role for the Ministry of Education in Poland.
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Tom Sensky

Keynote Speaker
I started my career as a scientist, gaining a PhD in biochemistry. Having graduated in medicine and after completing postgraduate training in psychiatry, I have practised as a consultant psychiatrist for 29 years. I was one of the first people to train in cognitive-behaviour therapy in the UK. Much of my career has involved treatment and research concerning psychological aspects of chronic illness, both physical and mental. Through my research in cognitive-behaviour therapy, I was elected a Founding Fellow of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. I continue to have a longstanding interest in the assessment and measurement of suffering. In recent years, my clinical work has focused on occupational health, including making psychiatric assessments for professional regulators, such as the General Medical Council. My main clinical base is with the Health at Work Team at West London Mental Health NHS Trust, but I also have clinical sessions with the Occupational Health Service at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and the Centre for Occupational Health and Wellbeing at Oxford Universities NHS Foundation Trust. Throughout my career, I have been fortunate to have had opportunities to ask and pursue research questions based on what I have learned from my patients. This certainly applies to my work on chronic embitterment.

Venue

Crowne Plaza Birmingham City Centre

Central Square, Holliday Street, Birmingham B1 1HH •  Website•  Directions

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