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Please join us on Wednesday 16 August for the second in our Best Practice Toolkit Breakfast Series, where our topic will be 'Next Level Success: How You Can Use Innovative Coaching to Support and Promote Your Diverse Talent'.


This monthly breakfast series features best practice from and inspired by the InterLaw Diversity Forum's Apollo Project, and will give organisations innovative solutions and practical tools to bring about effective change with measurable impacts in their workplaces.

We are very excited to be teaming up with DRIVE and the Financial Times, as well as a stellar group of trailblazers, to help you create more inclusive workplace cultures where your best talent rises to the top!



Next Level Success:
How You Can Use Innovative Coaching
to Support Promote Your Diverse Talent


Coaching is a long-standing tool utilized for success by senior-level executives. It has been embraced by many organisations to support diverse talent because it has produced proven successes. Our research tells us that diverse talent face increased challenges in the workplace. How can you use the power of coaching to retain and promote your diverse talent pool? We will be hearing from top coaches on how they can help your organizations achieve its goals for talent management, and for retaining and promoting those in your talent pipeline.

Date: Wednesday 16 August
Time: 8:30 (arrival) for 8:45 meeting start - 10:00
Host: Reed Smith
Speakers: Gary Amers, Amers Coaching
Chetna Bhatt, Being Lawyers

Gary Amers is an established executive/peak performance coach who has developed a system which reveals the patterns that limit productivity, alignment, and profit. His system is perfect for training and development lawyers, directors, and business services managers who are looking to grow.

Chetna Bhatt is a certified executive coach and part-time employment lawyer. She has been working with organisations and busy professionals internationally since 2013 to help them access elevated levels of well-being, performance, and leadership.
Chetna will discuss the importance of a greatly under-appreciated variable to our well-being and performance: Our state of mind. With a clearer state of mind, you function with acute clarity and focus, you remain calm in previously stressful environments, and your in-built resilience comes alive. The application of her own techniques enabled Chetna to thrive in the face of a chronic illness and to go on to make a full recovery.



The InterLaw Diversity Forum's Apollo Project is a cross-sector initiative for businesses and organisations of all sizes, which aims to provide practical tools to better embed more inclusive workplace practices and cultures. The Apollo Project was conceived by Daniel Winterfeldt in 2014, and the Financial Times joined thereafter as media partner. The Apollo Project runs a prestigious competition which seeks out and judges models of best practice from organisations that are driving cultural change, all with a goal of providing effective, practical solutions for other organisations looking for guidance in this area.

More Information can be found here: The Apollo Project

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