You are invited to join us for this FREE event, on 23 March 2017, at Manchester Metropolitan University.

 

The Institute's latest white paper considers how best to demonstrate the value of coaching. This event will develop that conversation and focus on how coaching approaches may be used to improve performance.

 

Our expert speakers will discuss how coaching tools and techniques can be used on a daily basis.

 

Venue:

Room BS 5.03, Manchester Metropolitan University Business School,  All Saint’s Campus, Oxford Rd, Manchester M15 6BH

Speakers

Vera Woodhead

Freelance Consultant

Vera Woodhead MA, has coached and supported 1000s of professionals to develop, progress and achieve success. She has worked with clients from a variety of organisation in a variety of sectors including Merlin Entertainments, PwC, Datong plc, NHS.

 

Maggi Morris

Executive Director of Public Health at NHS Central Lancashire

Maggi joined NHS Central Lancashire from Preston PCT where she was also director of public health. With a background in anthropology, sociology and education, Maggi was one of the first directors of public health with a non-medical background. Maggi spent 22 years at Liverpool University and Liverpool John Moores University as senior lecturer in public health and environment. Her research areas included health and housing, community organisations and assets for health.