Taking Organisations into the Future
08:00 - 16:30
'TAKING ORGANISATIONS INTO THE FUTURE'
EMCC Ireland National Conference 2018
Christine Amyes, Peter Bluckert, Tim Bright, Petra Costigan, Hetty Einzig, Jonathan Logue & Ian Munroe.
Light Breakfast & Registration 8.30am to 9am.
Conference Commences at 9am Sharp.
See more on our speakers below in alphabetical order:
Christine has more than 20 years’ experience as a coach and facilitator. She has worked with a range of public and private sector organisations helping them to build great organisations and maximise the impact of their people.
Christine was Deputy Chief Executive at the New Charter Group a social business based in Tameside, Greater Manchester, with a turnover in excess of £100 million and a workforce of 950 people whose mission was to provide Great Homes, Great Neighbourhoods and Great People. Christine was responsible for Corporate Services including Human Resources, Organisational Development, Risk Management, Facilities Management, Health & Safety, Business Transformation, Communications, Legal and Governance Services.
Christine is a Board member of Girls Out Loud, a charity set up to empower and inspire teenage girls in the UK and beyond to have confidence, self-belief, emotional resilience and a positive self-image. She is passionate about access to education and is a Director of the Great Academies Education Trust sponsoring four academies in Tameside and Rochdale responsible for 4,000 children.
Christine is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
Peter Bluckert is founder and Executive Chairman of Courage and Spark. He has created and led four successful corporate coaching businesses, and is also the owner of Peter Bluckert Consulting, an international organisation development company. http://www.peterbluckertconsulting.com/
His desire to see improved standards in the field of Executive Coaching led him to join forces with other coaching pioneers and co-found the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) in 2000 becoming its first Chair of the Standards Committee. His desire to raise coaching standards led him to create one of the first postgraduate coach training offerings and forge long-standing partnerships with Leeds Beckett University in the UK and UCD, Michael Smurfit Graduate School in Ireland. Peter has published two coaching books, Psychological Dimensions of Executive Coaching and Gestalt Coaching, along with several journal articles. Peter will be joined by his colleagues Ian Munro and Christine Aymes.
Tim Bright is an executive coach, HR consultant and partner with OneWorld Consulting based in Istanbul. Tim's interests include onboarding coaching, the first 90 days, authentic leadership, leadership team effectiveness and high integrity corporate politics. He aims to help clients raise their self-awareness and using strengths based and solutions focused methodologies. Tim also works as a leadership team consultant and facilitator, mentoring programme consultant and executive search consultant. Tim is co-founder of the European Mentoring & Coaching Council (EMCC) in Turkey and served on the International Executive Board. www.oneworldconsulting.com
Petra is a Leadership/team Coach, Trainer, Guest-Lecturer, Facilitator & Speaker with one clear purpose: to narrow the gap between our intention and how the body actually shows up. The body being you, your team, your organisation. For over 25 years Petra has worked with Leaders in business, education, health and community to visualise the effect of their embedded cultures, patterns and ‘unspoken’ rules on their stakeholders and to practice new ways to BE. Framed by her in-depth application of Emotional Intelligence, her tough love brings bodies to a more integrated level of performance for stronger impact.
In 2000 she founded toBE, Ireland’s first theatre-based learning company. The company uniquely delivers learning events using the principles of theatre. Petra lectures in Letterkenny Business School on its ‘Masters in Leadership & Innovation’ and on the ‘Masters of Advanced Leadership Practice’ in Massey University, Auckland. She teaches on the IPA’s Leadership Programmes, is a chosen member of the international CoachSource and sits on many coaching panels of private, public, educational, community and health organisations. www.tobe.ie
Hetty Einzig MA, MAC, ICF-PCC, FRSA, brings 30 years of psychology and executive coaching experience to global leadership development within the business sector. She is a best-selling author and her career has spanned the arts, media, health, NGO’s, strategy, and design of large-scale global corporate culture change programmes.
A key focus is women’s leadership. A partner with The Flourish Initiative, a Senior Consultant with Performance Consultants International and Analytic-Network Coaching, and an Associate of Leaders’ Quest, she teaches at the IMI in Dublin, and is the Editor of Coaching Perspectives, the AC global magazine. She holds a Masters in Psychoanalytic and Systemic Approaches to Consulting with Organisations from the Tavistock Centre (UEL), a Certificate in Coaching Supervision from Oxford Brookes, and a Masters in History of Art from the Courtauld Institute (UL),. She is married with two millennial daughters.
Her new book, The Future of Coaching: vision, leadership and responsibility in a transforming world, published by Routledge is out now. http://www.hettyeinzig.com
Jonathan Logue is a Principal Consultant - Learning & Development at LinkedIn, based in their International HQ in Dublin. His areas of focus are Leadership and Management Development, Coaching, Performance Management and Facilitation. Prior to joining LinkedIn, Jonathan was MD and founder of Peopleworks, a HR consulting, training and coaching business in both Sydney and Ireland. He has also worked for O2, Harvest Resources, Watson Wyatt (now Willis Towers Watson) Human Capital consulting and PwC Management Consulting.
After only 15 years in existence, LinkedIn is the acknowledged online platform of choice for those wishing to build and communicate their professional brand and connect with others in business. The pace of growth continues to be exponential, with over 575m members in more than 200 countries and territories worldwide. Jonathan will talk through how this technology company- through it's values and culture- is essentially people focusing on building and maintaining strong relationships. He will explain the role of coaching in the company through a number of coaching case studies.
Ian has worked in Environmental Health and Housing for over forty-five years. He became Director of Housing in Tameside in 1992 where he supervised the implementation of one of the Country’s first Housing Renewal Areas.
Ian led the transfer of Tameside’s housing stock to New Charter Group in March 2000. The Group merged with the Adactus Group in April 2018 to form the 34,000 home Jigsaw Group. Threshold Housing Project, joined the Group in April 2012. The Group has one of the highest satisfaction ratings from its customers in the UK and in October 2014, New Charter won the top spot at the No 1 Best Landlord in the UK.
The Group has sponsored four Academies; 3 secondaries and a primary and ran a number of contracts responding to public sector reform in such areas as Troubled Families, restorative justice and health and wellbeing and runs homelessness services in Tameside and Knowsley.
Ian was awarded an OBE in the Queens New Year’s honours list in 2017. In June 2018 his contribution to UK social housing was recognised with a Lifetime Achievement award from the Institute of Housing.