Manchester Business School has opened early bird registration for The Business of Coaching Conference 2014, designed to intrigue, inspire and inform business leaders throughout the country.
Getting Coaching to Work, a one day event held in partnership with the Association of Coaching, will take place at Bridgewater Hall in Manchester on Wednesday 19 November and will benefit senior practitioners and executive coaches who purchase coaching services.
Dr Mark Batey, head of open global programmes at Manchester Business School, said: “MBS is a worldwide authority on business and in coaching and we’ve collaborated with The Association for Coaching to design this event for the business community. Together, we identified a need for a conference on coaching in Manchester and have 12 world-class speakers on hand to hold debate and discussion on the day.”
Getting Coaching to Work will focus on three keynotes and two streams – Themes, Theories and Training and The ABCs (Application, Business and Case Studies) of Coaching.
Earlybird registration and ticket purchase is now available at www.thebusinessofcoaching.co.uk