February 28th 2017
CRF White Paper: Output from BT Coaching Forum – 6 December 2016
The CRF-BT Coaching Forum took place on 6th December 2016 and was chaired by Karen Ward, CRF Associate. The speaker panel included:
- Maureen Walkingshaw - HR Director, BT Business & BT Retail
- Sally Bonneywell - VP and Head of Coaching, GSK
- Nicolas Ceasar - Head of Performance Consulting and Coaching, NatWest Markets
- Gillian Pillans - Research Director, Corporate Research Forum
The paper summarises key presentations and themes that emerged thought the discussion. The company presentations from BT, GSK and NatWest Markets summarised in the paper provide examples of how different organisations are deploying coaching to achieve strategic objectives, such as culture change, and building coaching capability in leaders throughout the organisation.
Download or view this white paper to read the insights that emerged during the forum.
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