The Institute of Leadership & Management are delighted to present two events this June, focusing on the evaluation of coaching and how we can demonstrate its effectiveness. Given the often large-scale investment made in
this type of intervention how can we measure the success of an assignment and whether it delivers a sound return on investment?

The session will be facilitated by experienced coach and
management consultant Angela Mulvie, author of The Value of
Executive Coaching. Angela has run her own HR consultancy practice for over twenty
years. Her early experience was in personnel and training management in the manufacturing and public sectors, followed by fifteen years in higher
education, teaching and researching in the area of human resource management. She specialises in performance management and senior executive development, including executive coaching, and has undertaken assignments with both large
corporates and SMEs. Angela will share her insights and also outline the
findings of the latest ILM white paper which will be published this summer: Successful Coaching.

The events are a unique opportunity for participants to give comments and further
recommendations for inclusion in the white paper. Attendees of the event will also receive a pre-released copy of the white paper and acknowledgement of their contribution to it.

Speakers

Angela Mulvie

ILM External Verifier

Angela Mulvie, author of The Value of Executive Coaching. Angela has run her own HR consultancy practice for over twenty years. Her early experience was in personnel and
training management in the manufacturing and public sectors, followed by fifteen years in higher
education, teaching and researching in the area of human resource management. She specialises in performance management and senior executive
development, including executive coaching, and has undertaken assignments with both large corporates and SMEs.

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