UK – Central Southern England
27 April, 2021
8:00 am - 9:00 am BST
In this webinar, Katy, a coach and development specialist with 25 years corporate experience, will share the what, why and how of the most critical conversations to ensure you drive performance in your business
In this webinar, Katy, a coach and development specialist with 25 years corporate experience, will share the what, why and how of the most critical conversations to ensure you drive performance in your business.
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Our speaker Katy Walton, has a unique blend of experience to share with you. The majority of her development and coaching experience has been gained working within Financial Services, and predominantly with the Finance functions that sit within them.
She also has also owned the whole end to end Performance Management process, and knows exactly what tends to work, and not work, to get the very best performance from people.
She will share with you a simple and highly effective framework, coupled with clear guidance on how you can put it into practice.
By attending this event, you will learn:
Katy Walton, Coach and development specialist, Make Real Progress
With 25 years’ experience in training, facilitation, coaching, consultancy and talent development, Katy knows how to unlock performance and potential and help people to make real progress. She works virtually and face to face with leaders at all levels.
Katy trained as a coach with World renowned Barefoot coaching, is an Associate Certified Coach with the International Coaching Federation and holds a Post Graduate Certificate in Business and Personal Coaching.
She has held a number of Senior Learning and Development roles for organisations such as, Nationwide Building Society, Compare the Market, Thomas Cook.
We understand the need to provide a safe space where you can feel comfortable in seeking advice from others and have open conversations. As such, we have made the decision to follow ‘Chatham House rules’ and will be not be recording these sessions, and all participants must refrain from taking screenshots or making their own recording. This is to ensure that everybody at the sessions feel at ease and can be open as they wish to be.
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