Coaching Seminar: How can the helper syndrome show up in coaching?

Join Rebecca Benton, expert faculty at Ashridge House for an informative and interactive session focusing on how a desire to help others can motivate us as coaches and can also trip us up.

A mixture of personal experience, theory and practical approaches to help inform and improve our coaching and our lives. An exploration of the deeper roots of the syndrome, as well as an interactive workshop with plenty of opportunities to share and support each other.

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Event details

Date: Thursday 20th June 2019

Time: 09:30-13:30

Venue: Ashridge House, set amongst 190 acres of beautiful landscaped gardens, and located just 30 minutes north of London.

Cost: £55


09:00-09:30 Welcome & Introductions

09:30-10:30 How the helper syndrome is present in coaching with Rebecca Benton, Executive Coach, Consultant and Director

10:30 – 12:15 Open discussion

12:30 – 13:30 Lunch & networking opportunity

Why attend?

  • Understand how to spot the signs of the helper syndrome in yourself and ways to tackle it

  • Learn about common pitfalls for coaches to help you be more effective and resilient

  • Enjoy a great opportunity to share and interact with like-minded professionals who work with similar challenges within the coaching community



Meet your specialist faculty: Rebecca Benton

Faculty member

Rebecca has over 20 years of business experience, including roles in management consulting and senior leadership positions in Human Resources for a FTSE 100 engineering firm. She has broad international experience including designing and delivering global leadership development programmes, currently leading a prestigious development programme for technology leaders in the UK Government. She provides coaching for high potentials, Executive MBA students, directors and business leaders. A significant amount of her work is with technologists, supporting them to flourish in senior leadership roles with greater confidence and self-awareness. She finished AMEC in 2018.

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