Conference: Coaching with the brain in mind

Online conference: Coaching with the brain in mind – Where neuroscience, AI and tomorrow’s world meet

Join us on Tuesday, 29 September 2020 for this year’s virtual live-online Coaching Conference.

We will draw on research from our two keynote speakers to understand both the ‘computer brain’ and the human brain. Dr Naeema Pasha and Kate Lanz will help us understand how the computer brain works and will talk about the skills and qualities needed in the future of work. Professor Patricia Riddell will share her expertise in applied neuroscience, along with the latest developments in this fast-changing field.

During the sessions, we will explore the principles of applied neuroscience in coaching practice with Professor Paul Brown, and Dr Stella Kanatouri will present how we can be making the best use of technology in our coaching businesses.

All sessions will be recorded and along with any slides and handouts be available after the event.

The fee for the webinar is £20 + VAT for Coaching Centre Members only and £95 + VAT full rate.

Agenda

This year’s Coaching Conference offers you the opportunity to continue your CPD journey. There will be facilitated sessions running concurrently during the day. There will be breaks between sessions and delegates can leave and re-join at any point during the day.

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