Posts Tagged 'WorkBasedLearning'

Follow-up Planned after First Northern ICF Workshop Success

A new initiative to bring high-quality coaching workshops to the North of England has been so successful its organisers have begun planning next year’s series!

Devised and hosted by executive coaches and mentors, LeaderShape, together with the International Coach Federation (ICF,) the one-day seminar welcomed individual practitioners as well as corporate attendees, including from the telecoms and aerospace industries, to the renowned Work-Based Learning centre, the University of Chester.

One of the UK’s most senior coaches, Newfield NetworksAboodi Shabi, delivered the specialist session “The Art of Masterful Coaching – beyond a set of techniques,” to offer new perspectives to its audience.

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Advanced University Qualifications in Leadership

Early bird bookings are now being taken for the open programmes (in partnership with the University of Chester) starting in March 2012:

  • Postgraduate Certificate in Emotionally Intelligent Leadership
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Coaching, Mentoring and Facilitation in Organisations
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Transpersonal Leadership
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Emotionally Intelligent and Transpersonal Leadership
  • Master of Arts Degree in Transpersonal Leadership

Because they are based on the principle of work-based learning, these qualifications not only ensure an excellent knowledge of leadership but also that the candidate is actually an effective leader.

Visit our website for more information; then call us on 0870 990 5576 or email us to discover what LeaderShape can do for the leaders and future leaders of your organisation.

Bring on the learning revolution!

Four years after his celebrated talk on how mainstream education lets down businesses and the next generation workforce, internationally recognized guru, Sir Ken Robinson, wonders why we have a crisis of human resources where so many people learn to endure rather than enjoy what they do.

This is a philosophical piece, punctuated by humour… but for all true business leaders, it’s worth the journey.

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