How to Increase Coach-Coachee Trust in Coaching.

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11 December 2017, UWE Bristol Business School and EMCC Event.

Sign up now to this great morning event run by the EMCC and hosted at UWE Bristol Business School on the 11 December 2017, 9am – 12pm.

There will be tea, coffee, mince pies, opportunities for great networking and 2 fantastic key speakers, including one of our UWE MSc Leadership and Management (Coaching and Mentoring) students, Katie Joyce.

See below and this link for full details and how to sign up:

Recent research by Bozer and Jones highlights the essential role of trust in the coaching relationship on effective coaching, in particular that trust is essential to ensure the level of openness and sharing required to facilitate lasting behaviour change. This roadshow session will focus on the topic: ‘How to increase coach-coachee trust in coaching’. The session will include a presentation of the key research findings in relation to trust and coaching effectiveness, followed by a facilitated discussion on best practice guidance on increasing trust in coaching.

Dr Rebecca J Jones

Dr Rebecca J Jones is an Associate Professor in Coaching at Henley Business School. Rebecca is actively engaged in researching workplace coaching, teaching the new generation of coaches and engaging with organisations regarding their coaching practice. Rebecca’s background is in Occupational Psychology and she is passionate about building the evidence-base of workplace coaching to inform theory, research and practice.

Katie Joyce

Practice Placement Manager (PPM), Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust. Katie Joyce is a UWE Bristol Business School Postgraduate part-time student on the MSc Leadership and Management (Coaching and Mentoring) programme. Katie is currently conducting a research project  that explores the potential for using a virtual blog as a coaching method and as a learning tool to support the transitional development phase of Newly Qualified Midwives (NQMs) in the NHS.  Katie will discuss her findings so far and reflect on how this coaching tool might be effectively used in the future.

Venue and Travel Details

Reception will be from 8.30 a.m for a 9.00 a.m. start.
The event will be held in the Business School – Fifth Floor, Room 5X101
Visitors driving to Frenchay Campus and the Bristol Business School should use the North Entrance to access car parks (BS34 8QZ for your sat nav) from the A4174 Ring Road.
There will be parking spaces reserved in the Bristol Business School visitors car park; you may have to pick up a ticket at the barrier and get it ‘cleared’ at reception inside.
Refreshments will be served from 08.30,  with the event starting at 09.00.  After the event there will be more refreshments and homemade mince pies, with time and space for networking.  Please be aware – traffic on the ring road can get heavy in the morning rush-hour.
Useful links…
Travelling to UWE Bristol
Bus information
Frenchay campus map
Bristol Parkway rail station is very convenient for the University’s Frenchay Campus and there are regular buses directly to campus.
There are great cycle paths from the centre of Bristol and around the area.

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