Resilience for Coaches and their Clients

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Association for Coaching

There are still a few places left in most of the workshops and masterclasses.


Come and hear Tony Grant tell us whether coaching really can enhance resilience, well-being and happiness. Or take a masterclass in Mindfulness with Michael Chaskalson.


If you can’t come, you can still follow us on Twitter @ACUKCoaching, and see live tweets from the conference using #acukconf (please join in). And you can find us on Facebook under ACUKCoaching.


Booking is by credit card via Paypal from the conference website: You don’t need to have a Paypal account. If you have any problems in booking through the automated system, contact Sarah Adams: or 077 337 37919.


The AC UK Resilience Conference has 2 streams during the day. One focuses on coaching for health and wellbeing, while the other focuses on supervision, ethics, reflective practice and CPD as a means to increase the resilience of the coach.


Keynote speakers include Tony Grant, Peter Hawkins and Stephen Palmer. David Lane and Michael Chaskalson lead masterclasses in the afternoon and there are 4 further workshops to choose from.


Full details are on the conference website: Check out the conference sponsors – some have special offers. The website was designed by John Liston at and he’d love to hear from you.


Information about the conference is below:

Association for Coaching
AC UK is partnering with the University of East London again, this time at their Docklands campus which is next to Cyprus DLR station.


There is an impressive array of eminent speakers, masterclass and workshop leaders from the academic and coaching practitioner worlds. There will also be an evening drinks reception and informal launch of the latest AC book Supervision in Coaching.


The challenges faced today by coaches and their clients demand new levels of strength and resilience. Coaches need to sustain their own health and wellbeing, both physically and psychologically in order to continue to coach in a highly effective and appropriate way and to sustain their business. Appropriate supervision and CPD is an important part of this.

Keynote Speakers


Blue ArrowDr Anthony Grant: Does coaching really enhance resilience, well-being and happiness? Lessons from the lab to reality TV and back again!


Blue ArrowProfessor Stephen Palmer: Health and well-being coaching: A cognitive behavioural approach


Blue ArrowDr Tim Anstiss: Resilience Techniques of the Ancients


Blue ArrowProfessor Peter Hawkins: Developing the Ethical and Emotional Capacity of the Coach in Supervision


Blue ArrowDr Christian Van Nieuwerburgh: Reflective Practice and Ethical “Dilemmas”


Blue ArrowDr Chris Johnstone : Evoking Resilience in Times of Uncertainty

Workshops and Masterclasses


Blue ArrowProfessor David Lane: CPD in Coaching – being our own best Critical Friend


Blue ArrowMichael Chaskalson: Mindfulness


Blue ArrowRoy Childs: How Resilience affects your Coaching Practice


Blue ArrowArielle Essex: Inside Out Wellness


Blue ArrowJane Keep: Building Resilience for Consistency and Steadiness


Blue ArrowKate Burton: Coaching with Energy

14th July 2011 University of East London, Docklands Campus


£135 +VAT AC members; £185 +VAT non-members

For more information and to book visit:

Matt Somers

Matt Somers

Matt Somers is the UK’s leading trainer of managers as coaches. His coaching skills training programmes, books, articles and seminars have helped thousands of managers achieve outstanding results through their people.

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