EMCC Thames Valley Network meeting 21st November

20/10/2016

EMCC Thames Valley Network meeting 21st November

EMCC EMCC Thames Valley Network meeting 21st November  Agenda

 

I am happy to share the outline for the forthcoming meeting on the 21st November.
As well as a chance to network with peer coaches, mentors and supervisors, we are delighted to have in attendance Dr Julie Haddock-Millar who will talk about the  launch of the International Standards for Mentoring and Coaching Programmes (ISMCP).
This award extends the EMCC ethos of best practice from the 1:1 intervention into best practice from a process and strategic perspective that can lead to an award for your organisation. Julie will describe how organisations can benefit from this process and talk a little about how coaches and mentors might get involved with this award.

Talking of ethics and awards, we will also share the evening with Terezia Koczka – Professional Excellence Director and Director of the Thames Valley region. Whilst we have a packed agenda, I feel sure the evening will offer Terezia an opportunity to share the Framework for EMCC best practice with us and provide attendees with further details of how to become involved.

My peer regional coordinator, Dr Ranjit Manghnani will share with us some of his work supporting Reverse Mentoring projects in the public sector.

There will be an opportunity to learn of other initiatives that the EMCC run for their members within areas such as in Education with updates on Early Years, Secondary, FE and HE; EMCC Professional Practice forum, EMCC Voluntary Sector and some feedback on the EMCC’s own membership mentoring pilot project.

Please register your attendance on the Eventbrite at:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/emcc-thames-valley-network-november-2016-meeting-tickets-28355407788

We look forward to seeing you there.

Regards Tim

 

Venue: The Club at Mapledurham, Chazey Heath, Reading RG4 7UD, United Kingdom.

http://www.theclubatmapledurham.com/findus;jsessionid=42116291C2723970AE55876F243E1122.17

5:30 for 6:00pm. Coffee and networking

6:00pm – 6:30: Introductions and welcome

About our ambition for the area

Group discussion: What would you like from your network?

6:30- 7:00 ‘Reverse Mentoring’ – its role and value to the individual and the organisation?

Dr Ranjit Manghnani will share with us some of his work supporting Reverse Mentoring projects in the public sector.

7:00- 7:15 An outline of some of the initiatives being run within the EMCC by members for members

EMCC Mentoring pilot

EMCC in Education: Updates on Early Years, secondary, FE and HE

EMCC Professional Practice forum

EMCC Voluntary Sector

7:15 – 8:00. EMCC International launch of the International Standards for Mentoring and Coaching Programmes (ISMCP).

Presented by Presented by Dr Julie Haddock-Millar who will introduce us to the Award and describe how organisations can benefit from this process.

8:00-8:30.  Coffee and networking.

Coaching, Education Sector, Personal Development, Voluntary Sector , ,
About Tim Anderson
Tim has over thirty years’ experience within the sales environment as a sales person, a sales manager, a sales director and as a mentor and coach. He has run sales teams as a sales director within the IT sector as a direct re seller, a VAR and as an MSP. He has developed and exited from two IT businesses and supported three training and development organisations to grow their businesses by supporting their commercial offering. He has taken these teams through change initiatives . Tim continues to develop himself as a coach and has successfully taken his coaching into executive and leadership coaching. He has combined coaching with management and leadership development and regularly supports senior managers to take their next step upward in their careers. He is a qualified coach and a Chartered Manager and also holds a degree in professional consulting.

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