Coaching at Work: Excellence in Organizational Coaching and Mentoring

We showcased our coaching offering at the annual Coaching at Work conference 2019, which focused on coaching and mentoring in the organizational context.

Those who attended took the chance to be inspired by a pioneering keynote speech focusing on Megan Reitz' 'Speaking Truth to Power' research. Encouraging employees to speak up has become an organizational imperative in order to identify misconduct and malpractice at an early point and to garner innovative ideas in a competitive marketplace. It is also a personal imperative; our choices about what to say at work determine our reputation, career progression, engagement and personal fulfilment.

Plus, there was ample opportunity to take part in round-table discussions or workshops, listen to inspiring organizations’ stories and of course plenty of time to network and explore with peers and thought leaders.

If you didn't get the chance to attend this years Coaching at Work Conference and Exhibition, you can keep an eye out for similar events following the link below.

Megan Reitz and Jane Portal manning our stand at Coaching at Work Exhibit and Conference

Meet the Keynote Speaker - Megan Reitz

Megan Reitz keynote speaker at this event

Megan is Professor of Leadership and Dialogue at Ashridge where she speaks, researches, consults and supervises on the intersection of leadership, change, dialogue and mindfulness. She is on the Thinkers50 radar of global business thinkers and is ranked in HR Magazine’s Most Influential Thinkers listing. She has presented her research to audiences throughout the world and is the author of Dialogue in Organizations and Mind Time. She is currently writing a book for Financial Times called ‘Speak Up’ due for publication in 2019.

Her passion and curiosity centres around the quality of how we meet, see, hear, speak, learn with and encounter one another in organizational systems. Her research and publications, featured in Harvard Business Review and Forbes magazine, explore the neuroscience of leadership, the links between mindfulness and leadership capacities for the 21st century and the capacity to ‘speak truth to power’ and enable others to do the same.

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