Join us on 19th May 2015 to celebrate International Coaching Week for an inspiring day of stimulating discussion and reflection with great speakers!
Inspiring Coaching: the Next 20 Years....
Arrival, Registration & Networking: 8.30am to 9am
Main Event: 9am to 5.30pm
Drinks & Networking Reception: 5.30pm to 6.30pm
UK Chapter Members can still obtain tickets at early bird rate of £140!!
The day will be an opportunity to:
Inspiring coaching: the next 20 years… addresses both the challenges of the twenty first century, which impact on our clients, ourselves and the society we live in, and the power we have within us to create a positive response in the way we think, live and work.
Join us to celebrate the founding of ICF 20 years ago and look forward 20 years into the future;
What will our world and our profession look like in 2035?
How can we both flourish ourselves and help others flourish too?
UK ICF Chapter Members still £140,
ICF Global Members £165,
EMCC & AC Members,
Non Members £190
Book your ticket today!
We have two great Keynote Speakers:
Mathew Taylor, CEO of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA), energies thinking when he talks about The Power to Create - how we can all aspire to lead creative lives, the lives of which we are the author, in the face of powerful societal changes. We have freedom. We have choice. What do we make of these?During the time that Mathew has been CEO of the RSA, (since 2006), the society has substantially increased its output of research and innovation and developed a global profile as a platform for ideas. Previously, Mathew has been Chief Adviser on Political Strategy to the Prime Minister, Labour Party Director of Policy and Chief Executive of the Institute of Public Policy Research. He is a regular media performer and writes for prominent papers and journals. www.thesa.org
Alan Seale, PCC, CTPC, Director of the Center for Transformational Presence in the States and an experienced coach, runs training which challenges participants to stretch how they think and go beyond the limits of their perceptions - important in times of rapid change, where there are things waiting for us that we don't yet understand.
Author of 5 books, including Create A World That Works, Alan is the creator of the Transformational Presence Leadership and Coaching training program, which now has graduates from 24 countries. He has been the keynote speaker for ICF North America Global in 2014 as well as for regional ICF conferences throughout North and South America and Europe. Truly a global coach, Alan serves clients from 5 continents and travels extensively to teach and speak. His books are published in six languages. He makes his home in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
And great workshops after lunch - check out our website for full details
Continuing Coach Education Units 6.5 - TBC
More information coming soon including programme details
Cancellations or postponements, outside of Force Majeure, below details of our refund policy:
- Cancellations up to 4 weeks before the event are given 50% refund.
- Cancellations after 4 weeks before the event are given no refund.
- A purchased ticket holds a space at the event and you can transfer your space to another member at the cost of £25 handling fee or to a non-member for the cost of the £25 handling fee and the additional ticket price for non-members.
For a ticket to be transferred and for your colleague to be officially on the attendee registration list instead of you, here is what you need to do.
- The ticket holder emails the UK ICF office with the name of the colleague who will take his/her ticket and their membership number if they are a UK ICF member
- The colleague books on the Event selecting member or non-member as appropriate and pays the full amount
- Once registered for the Event, the UK ICF office issues to the colleague a credit of their full ticket fee paid less a £25 handling fee. In those cases where the colleague is a non-member, the credit is their ticket fee paid less both the £25 handling fee and the additional ticket price for non-members.
The UK ICF is not VAT registered so there's no need to add VAT to the quoted price