Network Learning Events are designed to be interactive and provide coaches and mentors with access to CPD, focusing on current, topical issues to enhance knowledge, skills, effectiveness and overall coaching and mentoring practice.
Our Network Learning Events also provide dedicated space for networking with your peers and allowing you to meet and engage with a supportive network of like-minded individuals sharing best practice across the region. Through this you help to influence the current and future agenda in your locality/organisation and support the development of a coaching and mentoring culture across the North West.
Upcoming Network Learning Events
About the day
This full day event features an opening speaker session along with a number of workshops for you to attend across the morning and afternoon. Our workshops cover topics that will develop your coaching and mentoring skills along with wider transferrable skills.
View the full agenda
9:30am – Arrival refreshments and networking
10am – Welcome and opening session
11:15am – Refreshment break
11:30am – Workshop one (Find out more about the workshops on offer below)
12:30pm – Lunch
1:15pm – Workshop two
2:15pm – Refreshment break
2:30pm – Workshop three
3:30pm – Close
Parking and Directions
Below is a summary of just some of the workshops that will be available at our Network Learning Events.
Refreshing the Basics
This session is for any coach or mentor who wants to get back to basics. It’s an opportunity to refresh your skills as we share a range of practical tools and helpful reminders. It includes…
– Using a coaching wheel
– Refresh of the GROW model
– How to get started
Getting the Most From Supervision
This session will offer coaches and mentors the opportunity to explore what to expect from supervision and why this matters to your coaching or mentoring practice. We will learn more about the purpose and what the focus can be using the 3 headlines…
Normative – are we working ethically and professionally?
Formative – are we developing our practice?
Restorative – are we looking after our own wellbeing?
Exploring our Meaning and Purpose
This session will support coaches and mentors who want to explore working with values. It will be an opportunity to understand what matters and give participants a chance to practise using values cards.
Appreciative inquiry is a powerful yet simple framework that sparks hope, optimism, and strengths, leading to positive and curious conversations. It shifts the focus from problems to possibilities. This session explores the concept of appreciative inquiry and learn how to apply it in our conversations to create a positive impact. You will actively engage in an appreciative inquiry exercise during this workshop. Because as David Cooperrider wisely said, “our words create our worlds.”
Strengths: Me at My Best
Did you know everyone possesses unique neurological superpowers, known as strengths? By regularly utilizing these strengths, we enhance well-being, resilience, and motivation.
This session will explore strengths by engaging in an exercise called me at my best. Remember, as Marcus Buckingham wisely said, true excellence comes from maximising strengths, not fixing weaknesses. You will discover how to help others find and leverage their strengths for improved performance.
Facilitated Open Space and Mentoring Tools
In this session you will explore some powerful mentoring tools to add to your toolbox. We will also explore the concept of habits and how they can be used to support lasting change.
Find out more about some of the speakers who join us on the day.
Becci Martin, a mental health nurse by background, founded Boo in 2012 with a focus on enabling organisations to build healthy leadership cultures where everyone can thrive. Boo is a business driven by its values and Becci leads with care and authenticity. She creates an environment where all are given every opportunity to shine and her leadership style creates ripples in her local community and beyond. Becci is a creative and talented executive coach and supervisor with a wealth of experience across a number of sectors.
Emma Coller, Director of Learning and Dvelopment at Growth Pod, is a passionate, coach, trainer, author and change champion dedicated to fostering personal and organisational growth. Passionate about behavioral science, neuroscience, and positive psychology, Emma employs creative techniques to challenge thought patterns, promote self-awareness, and drive positive change. As the co-director of Growth Pod, Emma specialises in creating people-first cultures, supporting well-being, developing agile leaders, and shaping positive organisational cultures. With a focus on collaboration, Emma delivers customised training programs and workshops to public services and private sector organisations, empowering individuals and driving transformation.
Not been able to make a NLE? Read back about our recent NLEs in our post event blogs.
Coaching and Mentoring Hub
You can search for a coach or mentor through our Coaching and Mentoring hub. You can also register to volunteer as a coach or mentor to support others in their leadership journey.