This Zoom group aims to provide a place for EMCC UK members, and guests, to share knowledge, deepen awareness on current topics and support each other in personal, professional and business development.
We hope to encourage the coaching, mentoring and development community to find ways to support practical, integrative and holistic interventions that can help bring about transformative change.
Sessions will be held on the last Tuesday each month 5.30pm to 7pm.
Our April event will look at the power of story and explore the many ways we can use it for our coaching, mentoring and supervision work. We hope to announce a guest speaker soon.
As a community of professional coaches, mentors and development professionals we will aim to:
· Create a safe place to explore key topics
· Network with peers, share stories, learn together
· Highlight resources that can support development
· Create a space to support personal and professional well-being
· Encourage shared ownership, co-creation and knowledge sharing
· Advance standards, ethics and heightened consciousness
· Feedback on general themes to inform additional EMCC UK developments
Dr Keith Tanner – Keith is qualified with the CMI, has an MBA specialising in business communication, and has worked in most sectors as facilitator, coach, mentor and development professional. Keith runs a range of community orientated coaching and mentoring activities which focus on peer coaching, well-being and personal and professional development. He delivers ILM Level 5 and 7 programmes on a one-to-one and small group basis. He is currently studying advances in narrative coaching and Integrative Development with Dr David Drake and has a passion to bring holistic approaches into the work he does and the way he lives his life. Keith is based in Edinburgh and lives with his partner Doug and dog Luna. Contact Keith by email or on 07403 647772.
Bob Craig – Bob is qualified with the ILM as a coach and mentor (Level 7 Certificate in Executive Coaching and Mentoring) and since 2011 has run a business as a coach, mentor, teacher trainer, educational consultant and keynote speaker. He runs a thriving ILM centre and has delivered, assessed and supervised many cohorts of staff taking Level 5 and Level 7 qualifications from a variety of organisations including colleges, schools, BUPA, AA, UCAS and the NHS.
Bob is a trained and practising CBT therapist and Hypnotherapist and helps organisations develop impactful well-being and mental health systems and practices, adopting eclectic and integrative approaches. He is a massive advocate of curiosity as a catalyst for learning, well-being, performance and harmonious working relationships, and is currently writing a book on this topic. Bob lives in Chesterfield, enjoying long walks in the peak district, live music and the company of his wife Debra. Contact Bob by email or on 07738 060342.
This group is free to EMCC UK members and £8.33 + VAT to non-members.
For non-members, your first three sessions are complimentary when using the discount code SN3 at registration checkout. If this is your first EMCC UK event registration, please create a user account to register for the event, your details will only be used for the purposes of event bookings.
For EMCC UK members, please sign in using your login name and password, and register.
Please note that when registering for an EMCC UK event, you must complete the checkout process fully through the shopping cart. You will receive an order confirmation email upon successful registration. If you do not receive a confirmation email, it may be that your registration has not been completed successfully.
You will receive your Zoom login details on the Friday prior to the session, we look forward to seeing you on the day.
Future session dates for your diary:
25th May 5.30 - 7.00 pm
May’s topic will focus on the use of therapeutic tools and techniques and how they can add to, or detract from, the impact of coaching orientated personal, professional and organisational development. We will invite a therapist to speak about their experience.
29th June 5.30 - 7.00 pm
June’s programme will discuss the current fascination that many have with ‘shadow work’, consider its value across a range of coaching, mentoring and supervision scenarios, and look at tools, techniques and alternatives that might help in safely bringing more of the unconscious into the work we do for ourselves, each other and our clients.