For coaching to be most effective participants must have trust in the coach and in order for that to happen coaches themselves must be perceived as being trustworthy. In this workshop participants will be introduced to the b.SAFE D2iT trust model developed in partnership with Bangor University. Mark Sykes will take you through the elements of the model with a variety of presentations, small group discussions, practical activities and actions to take away to enhance the levels of trust you can actively create as a coach.
About the workshop provider:
Mark is one of the directors and founders of Beehive, an Organisational Development consultancy specialising in behaviour change; building the principles of sustainability into organisational learning through the application of a coaching mindset, skills and practice. Beehive is working very closely with Bangor University to develop a unique trust-based safety model. Working across many sectors, Beehive has gained unique insights into how coaching add value in a wide variety of settings. Mark graduated with a B.Ed in Outdoor Education from Bangor and started his career instructing and coaching in the outdoor sector. He loves to share his passion for coaching and is delighted to be sharing his knowledge at the conference this year.