Norfolk Network - Introducing and developing a coaching culture

What are the benefits of working towards a coaching culture?
What are some of the key considerations?
What are the key challenges? 
How can they be overcome?

How to develop a coaching culture was one of the top requests in the recent survey we conducted amongst our Network members.  In response to this, we have invited Alex Triplow from Holkham Hall and Estate and Tracey Drake and Lyn Halsted from the Flagship Group to share their experiences with us.

They will tell us about:

The reasons and vision for introducing coaching within their organisations 
Their learning points: the key challenges and what worked well
Their top tips for introducing and developing a successful coaching culture

There will be a Q & A session and an opportunity to work together in small groups to consider the implications for internal and external coaches.  The event will close with a review of learning.

About our speakers:

Alex Triplow is the HR Manager at Holkham Hall and Estate.  She is a Psychology graduate and a Fellow of the CIPD, who has worked across a range of sectors, largely in an HR capacity.  Alex has a particular interest in organisational culture and coaching and is currently studying for an MA in Coaching and Mentoring.  
Lyn Halsted and Tracey Drake are from the Flagship Group, whose goal is to solve the housing crisis in the East of England.  Lyn describes herself as a wellbeing warrior who wants to create change through new initiatives both internally and externally. Tracey describes herself as a branding queen, communications guru, marketing extraordinaire and an event sergeant, who has a passion and drive to make a difference and laugh every day.
2/25/2020 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
GMT Standard Time
Roundwood Function & Conference Centre 44 Ringland Road Taverham Norwich, NR8 6HY UNITED KINGDOM

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