The Pitfalls & Possibilities of a Coaching Culture

Thursday 22nd March, 2018

Our HR Breakfast Forums are designed with you in mind. A value add service for our entire network, we carefully select the hot topics in HR in order to deliver engaging, thought provoking sessions designed to challenge your perspective, provide you with a fresh insight and new ways of working to benefit you in your HR role.

The case for coaching is strong and the coaching experience a powerful and addictive one. Managers who coach improve productivity, morale and job satisfaction for themselves and their colleagues. Yet creation of a coaching culture can become a single person crusade, driven by the belief coaching will benefit everyone in the same way and transform an organisation. During this Breakfast Forum, Kim will encourage us to explore the mistakes many make in their quest for a ‘coaching culture’, how to avoid them and what to do instead.

Get to know Kim Newton-Woof


Kim specialises in working with organisations struggling to bring out the best in their business and its people. For more than 15 years, Kim has been helping leaders make sense of and master organisational and personal change. Her expertise is in organisation and leadership development, coaching and facilitation; her passion is what’s possible through people.

With early career success as a teacher, communications expert and project manager, Kim developed her skills as an OD consultant in Higher Education. She now works independently in a number of sectors, partnering top teams and their organisations to create small changes with big impact.

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Thursday March 22  |  8.30-10am
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