Coaching CPD: How to be more visible as a coach?
About the session:
Often qualified coaches find their services are not utilized as much as they could be because staff do not know they exist. Learning how to market yourself and making yourself visible is essential so people can find you. Not only does it raise your credibility and reputation, it allows more people to understand the benefits of coaching in your organisation. This workshop will give you the tools to develop a plan to make yourself more visible and build your confidence to talk about coaching whenever you see an opportunity
What will be covered?
During the session we will focus on:
- To learn how to talk about yourself as a coach
- Learn how to build and use your network
- Develop your visibility plan
Who is this session for?
This virtual event is for our South East Coaching Faculty Only
Book your Place:
Reserve a place via our RSVP booking system below. You will receive the Joining Instructions on how to attend the session 1 week prior to the event.
If your circumstances change and you can no longer attend, please email [email protected]
The session will be delivered virtually on Zoom. Please ensure you have accessibility to this platform before booking your place.
About the Facilitators
Ruth Sangale, Leadership Development and Executive Coach
Ruth has 20 years HR and OD experience in the public and private sector, leaving the NHS in 2012 to specialise in Creative Leadership development and executive
coaching. Before COVID she was working internationally coaching and running residential leadership programs for global organisations such as UNICEF, PLAN International
and charitable NGOs in a range of countries including, Afghanistan, Brazil, India, Kenya and Belize. In the UK she designs and delivers workshops mostly for the NHS on topics such as career development, resilience and positive psychology, feedback skills, coaching skills for leaders and team development. Now she does this work virtually, and is currently facilitating leadership programmes for UN Women in Ethiopia and coaching NHS staff during the pandemic. In her work she uses creative tools such as drama, visualization, drawing, mindfulness and storytelling to stimulate creative thinking and develop leadership capability.