22 November 2017
Excellence in coaching, our different selves and chronic embitterment are among the topics to be discussed at the annual conference of our Special Group in Coaching Psychology next month.
Taking place at the Crowne Plaza Birmingham City on Friday 8 December 2017, the conference features sessions on the latest PhD research, research methods, coaching in higher education and supervision.
There are three keynote speakers.
Tom Sensky - Chronic Embitterment, Emeritus Professor of Psychological Medicine at Imperial College and a Consultant Psychiatrist, will talk about the phenomenon of “Chronic Embitterment” in organisations
Professor Devi Jankowicz, a leading Occupational Psychologist and academic at Edinburgh Business School, and Associate Fellow of the BPS, will share his experience of researching and working with identity through personal construct theory under the title “A Variety of Selves”
Myles Downey, a well-known voice in coaching globally since the early 1990s will impress, provoke and entertain in equal measure, helping us retain a shape edge in our practice in his talk on “Excellence in Coaching”.
On Thursday 7 December there will be pre-conference workshops with two leaders in their field: Nicki Williams on understanding the menopause and Dr Carole Pemberton on resilience.
For full details of the programme and to book your place, see the conference website.