2014 Visiting Expert: Professor David Clutterbuck

2014 Visiting Expert: Professor David Clutterbuck

NZCMC is proud to present our 2014 Visiting Expert Series with international authority on coaching and mentoring evidence based practise, Professor David Clutterbuck.

Professor David Clutterbuck is a leading international expert on coaching & mentoring practise, and author of over 40 books on the subject. 

David's latest book Beyond Goals, explores why a heavy emphasis on SMART goals is so often dysfunctional and distorts the coaching and mentoring dialogue. 

In an after-work seminar, and a fast-moving workshop the following day, David will cover the latest thinking and evidence for successfully embedding a coaching culture within organisations. 

Attend either event, or register for both together for a discounted package price. 

If your organisation uses coaching and mentoring to drive performance, you shouldn't miss this rare opportunity to move to the leading edge. 


Thursday, 30 October | 5.30-7.30pm
Making Coaching Work - 
The core elements of success for a coaching & mentoring culture

AFTER-WORK EVENT

On the back of hundreds of interviews, David Clutterbuck will share with you the core elements of success for a coaching & mentoring culture. Drawing on international best-practise, this after-work event will leave you updated and inspired.

$95+GST | More Information | REGISTER


Friday, 31 October | 9.30am-3.00pm
Creating a Coaching Culture - the inside story 

WORKSHOP

What every organisation should know about taking your coaching strategy to the next level. This fast-moving 5 hour workshop will draw upon international evidence of what does (and doesn't) work, with opportunities for you to bring the challenges your organisation faces in growing a coaching culture. 

$395+GST | More Information | SOLD OUT, SORRY

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