Do you know what your clients really think about you? Have you any idea what they tell work colleagues, their friends and their family about their coaching sessions – about you?
How does this impact on your relationship with your client? If this is tricky, what might be the resolutions?
Julie Tolley and Dr Karen Llewellyn want to explore some of these issues. Triggered by a recent EMCC CPD session the potential for distorted realities arising in the coaching partnership is challenging them to seek answers.
In this session the trigger moment will be discussed, your views sought, and the importance of ethics considered. Join us if this resonates with you.
Julie is a member of the EMCC UK's Yorkshire Network. Following a successful career in senior management in the further and higher education sectors, latterly as a Management Consultant and Adviser to the Further Education (FE) Commissioner, Julie qualified as a Senior Practitioner - Executive Business and Leadership Coach. She offers coaching and mentoring for effective leadership and improved performance to senior executives, their management teams and Boards of Trustees/Directors with a particular interest in and focus on the education sector. Since 2018 Julie has been a mentor on a national project in FE – Leading from the Middle – where, to date, she has successfully mentored over 100 middle managers through a leadership programme.
Dr Karen Llewellyn
Karen is also a member of EMCC UK's Yorkshire Network and an EMCC Senior Practitioner. Her career began in secondary education, progressing to higher education in senior academic and professional roles, including mentoring and coaching university staff. In 2018 Karen left higher education to set up her own business as a career coach specialising in coaching women in education, business and sport. For more information see www.llewellyncoaching.co.uk