Coaching Skills Lab

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About the session

The Coaching Skills Lab offers an opportunity for each coach to work with coaching peers in a safe space and build confidence and competence.

·         Each session will be supervised by two accredited coaching supervisors

·         Using the coach/coachee/observer model, the participants will use the time to explore these roles, provide feedback and develop confidence

·         The supervisor(s) will be on hand to observe the participants whilst they practice and also provide supervision space to agree ways of working and a summative session, to enhance learning

The session will give participants an opportunity to re-build coaching networks and connections.

Who is the session for:

This CPD opportunity is intended to support the skillset of all practising NHS coaches regardless of level of accreditation or experience. Join our coaching and mentoring register.

How to book:

Upon completion of the registration form, please hold the date and time in your diary. Joining instructions will be sent a week before.

Tuesday 21st February, 14:00-15:30 – Click here to register

If your circumstances change and you can no longer attend, please email [email protected] so the space could be offered to another.

About the Facilitators

Chris Birbeck

Chris is an experienced leader and a qualified clinical professional, who has taken senior leadership roles in educational quality, clinical quality, patient safety, service transformation and the development of leaders. Chris is an enthusiast for leading quality improvement – its development and its practice, as well as shifting leadership towards a more collaborative, coaching style.

Chris is a very experienced coach, team coach, coaching supervisor and mentor. Over the past 16 years he has coached many operational and clinical leaders across health and social care, as well as coaching in education, business and for the clergy. As an executive coach, Chris has a reputation for creating honest and meaningful coaching relationships which deliver on client focused outputs and longer-term outcomes. Naturally intuitive, he brings authenticity to the coaching space and co-creates and co-produces honest dialogue which enables the coaching client to feel supported, challenged and accountable for decisions and actions.

Sarah Massie Sarah is a freelance leadership and organisational development consultant, leadership coach and coach supervisor. She has a special Interest in compassionate leadership through mindfulness, using organisational development to support psychologically safe cultures where individuals and teams flourish.  She has almost 30 years’ experience in the NHS, including NHS East of England, where she was Head of Talent Management and Leadership Development and five years as a Senior Leadership Consultant at The King’s Fund. 

Attendance and Cancellation Policy   

Your commitment to attendance is crucial to the success and outcome of our events, as well as your continued personal development. Spaces are limited and non-attendance prevents others from benefiting from the opportunity. If you are no longer able to attend, please email [email protected] as soon as possible so that we can offer the space to another applicant. 

Places cancelled at short notice can occasionally lead to events being cancelled or postponed, as running events with fewer participants can impact the learning and overall success. However, we understand that cancelling at short notice is sometimes unavoidable. 

Please note cancellations with less than 1 working weeks’ notice may be reported to the sponsoring organisation.   

We reserve the right to cancel or postpone an event should unexpected circumstances occur. Should an event need to be cancelled we will not be held responsible for any travel or accommodation that has been pre-booked by the attendee.

We’re committed to looking at ways we can improve and develop our Leadership Development offers. Your feedback supports us and providers to ensure we are delivering the right interventions in the right way. As such, we would be grateful for your participation in any post-event follow-up & evaluation.

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