Tuesday, July 7, 2020

BREAKFAST EVENT INVITATION: Business Coaching: dismissive or fundamental?

East Midlands Business Link is teaming up with Delphinus tmc to bring you an exclusive breakfast event that will look at the value of business coaching – and free tickets are now available.


When: 8am until 9.30am, Wednesday 16th September 2015Where: Freeths, Cumberland Court, 80 Mount Street, Nottingham NG1 6HHCoaching: The art of facilitating the performance, learning and development of another (Downey 2003Are you and your team engaged, motivated, effective and productive? Are you and your team performing at your best?Coaching simply defined is the opportunity for beneficial change (efficacy). The impact of efficacy is growth and development and the impact of this is people functioning at their best, being inspired, showing their talents, ideas and passion, contributing, committed and engaged. All of the skills and knowledge and capabilities will be hidden without the ability to manage our emotional resilience and behaviours. Our elite sports men and women have a team of coaches and support to enable them to build to their performance and be match fit. Without the precise ability to manage their emotions and psychological approaches, their performance will be compromised.Over breakfast, Vicky Bailey of Delphinus tmc will be exploring how Managers see Coaching as an add-on, and the benefits of investing in this as integral to people’s everyday engagement. We will share examples of Coaching and its impact on both individuals and companies within SMEsVicky will explore:• Your Living Business Card• Emotions and behaviours: their impact on our daily performance and engagement• Motivation: How you can motivate yourself to be a your bestWe hope you can join us on Wednesday 16th September 2015.

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