This WEBINAR will explore ideas and approaches for self-reflection as an essential element of good practice.

The EMCC and AoC Code of Ethics expect that members support their learning and ongoing professional development by engaging in regular reflective practice.  Also that members reflect regularly on their client work and coaching and mentoring practice and their professional and personal learning and development.  

I wonder what this means in practice for each of us?

In this interactive and experiential session, Nicki will offer a definition for self-reflection and explore why this is critical to our work as coaches.  She will be asking how we practice self-reflection currently,  what are some of the approaches we take that are working well for us, what are the things about self- reflection we find difficult or more challenging? And what difference has self-reflection made to who we are as coaches?

In a spirit of shared learning, you’re invited to bring along examples of reflective practice you use currently or have used in the past.  It could be a template, a publication, a framework, creative tool or technique.  All will be useful and helpful!

About Nicki Seignot
Nicki has over 30 years’ experience in the field of people management, leadership development and coaching. She has worked closely with senior leaders and executive board members across a wide variety of organisations to design and implement mentoring and coaching programmes, talent management and lead flagship leadership programmes. 
Nicki is an established coach, mentor and co-author of Mentoring New Parents at Work – a practical guide for businesses and organisations (published by Routledge 2017)  She is the lead consultant and founder of ‘The Parent Mentor’, a specialist consultancy that works with a wide range of employers to offer support for employees as they combine work and parenting for the first time.  It's part of a long-term strategy of developing and retaining talent, bridging the gap between policy and experience.  

Oh and in her spare time she jointly coordinates the EMCC Yorkshire Network!

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I join the webinar?

Information explaining how to join the webinar using the 'ZOOM' platform will be sent to registrants via email a week prior to the event.


Who can attend this event?

This CPD event is open to all coaches and mentors with an interest in professional development.

How much does it cost ?

Members of EMCC  £10.00 (incl. VAT)  Non Members £15.00 (incl. VAT)


A full refund can be given for cancellations received any time up to 7 working days prior to the event.

Do you have questions about this event?

Contact EMCC NW Network at 

5/5/2020 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
GMT Standard Time
This event is full.

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