Tuesday, 9th July 2019
from 18:00 to
89 Upper Ground,
The Mulberry Bush
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Are you interested in sharing your hard-won knowledge and experience?
Whatever your professional life involves, whether it’s business, sport or wellbeing, it will involve some level of coaching. You may already be a coaching practitioner but just as likely you are a business owner, a manager, a leader, a human resources or talent professional – the list is endless.
Coaching is about enabling achievement.
I am running a Mastermind Workshop on July 9thin London from 6pm to around 8:30. This is one of the Coaching Support Group meetings and has become a very popular event.
This is my way of giving back to the business community. Will you come and help me out?
You can meet and help other managers and coaches and probably get some new insights.
We have a great speaker and a selection of mastermind workshops to choose from.
It will be at The Mulberry Bush on the embankment from 6pm to around 8:30.
Our speaker this month is Penny Power, her book “Business is Personal” is having quite an impact on the emotional stability of business people. This week it is on a kindle Promotion for 99p and so download it and then come and hear Penny speak about her journey and why she now feels that “breaking, was the making of her”
As we are non-profit, there is a meeting charge of £10 to help pay for the room and beverages. There is a special offer for this meeting, you can bring two friends/associates with you for the price of one ticket.
The coaching support groups provide support, motivation, inspiration and information as well as a place where likeminded people can come together to form a mastermind alliance. The groups will also raise the awareness of coaching and the benefits of having a coach within their local community.
This group is part of aworldwide structure of coaching support groups, an initiative created by Noble Manhattan Coaching to help all coaches, all student coaches and anyone who is interested in the world of coaching or personal development.
Kind regards, Peter Messervy