2017 APECS Symposium

Details of the individual sessions taking place on the day will appear here:

Session 1: Emergent challenges of leadership

1.1 An Applied Neuroscience Perspective on today’s Leadership Challenges: Paul Brown PhD – Co-author of neuropsychology for coaches

1.2 Challenges posed by the VUCA world: Simon Cavicchia – Co-Founder at Growing Edge

1.3 The Leadership Gap: Aubyn Howard – Director of Psychosynthesis Coaching

1.4 Approaches to Supporting Leaders with Complex Challenges: Professor David Lane – Chairman of APECS

1.5 Henley Business School research under Professor Peter Hawkins: Christopher Smith – GP Strategies

1.6 Leaders: coaching the perils of success…: Laurent Terseur – from a contribution to The Good Coach

Session 2: Sharing and building good coaching practice 

2.1 What is involved in coaching leaders for learning agility and tolerance of ambiguity?: Louise Buckle – Director and Head of Coaching Centre of Excellence, KPMG LLP & Tamsin Slyce – Director and Professional Coach at Talking Talent Ltd

2.2 What is called for from the coaching profession in an uncertain world?: Jonathan Males – Director of APECS, Founder of Performance 1

2.3 Leadership supervision – the art of experimentation in a chaotic world: Jeff Matthews, – The Madison Group, with Patti Stevens – Coaching Supervision Consultancy Limited

2.4 How can a supervisor exercise a duty of care with their coaches?: Ian Ross – MSc Henley, The Greenlands Partnership

2.5 The impact of improved self-awareness on leaders: Melanie Symes – Executive Coach and Supervisor

2.6 Exploring how we use mindfulness in coaching: Peter Young – Bladon Leadership

Session 3: Coaching in another key – new or alternative ways of delivering coaching and techniques to use in coaching.

3.1 Somatic coaching experience demonstration: Fiona Adamson – transpersonal coach, supervisor and author, and Elspeth Campbell – somatic coach, supervisor and management consultant

3.2 How to use neurobiological knowledge to understand the client and the link to coaching goals: Paul Brown PhD – Co-author of neuropsychology for coaches

3.3 Solutions – focused or forced; Developing an SF stance in coaching: Jeff Matthews – The Madison Group

3.4 A constellations experience – and using constellations in coaching: Ruth Rochelle – Owner, Founder Creation

3.5 Purpose and block visualisation or dis-identifying and identifying: Gordon Symons – Milestones Consulting Limited

Session 4: Resources for Personal and Professional Development 

4.1 Relational techniques for exploring and developing leadership capabilities: Simon Cavicchia – Co-Founder at Growing Edge

4.2 Engaging the client’s Will: Sue Cruse – Leadership Mastery Limited, and Gordon Symons – Milestones Consulting Limited

4.3 Psychosynthesis as a holistic psychology for integrating new developments in coaching: Aubyn Howard and Paul Elliott – Directors of Psychosynthesis Coaching

4.4 How to choose approaches to align with client purpose: Professor David Lane – Chairman of APECS

4.5 Robert Kegan’s Competing Commitments and Immunity to Change: Jonathan Males – Director of APECS, Founder of Performance 1

4.6 Threats to the credibility of coaching: Jenny Rogers – internationally renowned coach and author

4.7 Getting the most out of coaching supervision: Dr Louise Sheppard – Director, Clarity, Clarity, Clarity Limited