shutterstock_714903802 copy.jpg






The Official Sponsor

CoachHub-Logo-Color-Positive (5)

In a world of flux and change, what does it take to live alongside technology, support others and make a difference?

Join us over 3 days as we host the final part of the UK ICF's Coaching for Organisations programme, looking at how we can help 'Drive' our organisations to thrive in the future. We will be doing this by exploring 3 big questions:

  1. How do we live with digital disruption?

  2. How can we be more human?

  3. What does the future hold?


Each day we'll host a big conversation and our guest experts will share their insights, provocations and experiences.


We kick off on the 25th with special guest speaker, author and self-proclaimed behavioural nerd Monica Parker, Alexandru Popa-Antohi, Future of Coaching Collaboration (FCC) and Jo Wright, Coaching Culture.

Monica explores how our relationship with technology and each other changed during this odd Covid-19 infused time. Sharing her insights from consulting with global blue-chip clients, she illustrates the elements of leadership that need to change to manage in the crisis, and those elements that remain evergreen. With practical and applicable research, attendees will learn the role trust, purpose, psychological safety and neuroplasticity play in this unprecedented time.

This session will also have a spotlight on the demands of digital for leaders of coaching and coaches, the emerging tech landscape for coaching and one coaching tech solution out there and being used by organisations now.

On the 26th of November hear from John Amaechi OBE, a respected organisational psychologist, best-selling New York Times author, executive coach and CEO of APS Ltd. John will be talking about privilege and the need to radically change. We will also have Maff Potts, founder of Camerados a movement founded on the purpose and belief that the best way through tough times is to be a comerado, he'll talk about what a camerado is and how their work might inspire some thinking on how we work together in the future and how we can make a difference to society - all you need is a spoon!


And in our final session on the 27th of November we look into the future with our guest speaker Tom Cheesewright, applied futurist as he shares what the future might hold and how to future proof your organisations. Tom will explain the trends that will transform tomorrow's business and the athletic traits that organisations must develop if they are to thrive in the future. How will this affect the individuals who work in these organisations and the coaches tasked with developing them? 

In addition, Tom will be joining our final panel discussion with Colin Price author of Beyond Performance and Accelerating Performance, Dave Allan co-founder of 'What-If' a leading innovation consultancy and Dr Anastasia Dedyukhina TED speaker on consciously digital.

You will also be able to earn up to 6 Resource Development CCEUs!


  • Free for UK ICF for Organisations Members (6 representatives per Member Organisation)

  • £99 Early Bird - Available until the 16th of November

  • £125 Individual and Organisational UK ICF Members

  • £250 Non-UK ICF Members



Living with digital

10am-12.45pm UK time

  • 10.00-10.05, Welcome and opening, Sharon Toye, ex UK ICF Vice President and ex ICF Global CIO Board Director

  • 10.05-10.10, Sensing the digital world - what is digital anyway? Christine Bakewell, UK ICF Director for Technology

  • 10.10-11.00, Leading in the new abnormal, Monica Parker, HatchAnalytics

  • 11.00-11.05, Brief break

  • 11.05-11.25, The impact of digital for coaches and coaching, Alexandru Popa-Antohi, Future of Coaching Collaboration (FCC)

  • 11.25-11.50, Mindset: insights from a coaching tech company, Jo Wright, Coaching Culture

  • 11.50-12.00, Closing round, Sharon Toye, ex UK ICF Vice President and ex ICF Global CIO Board Director

  • 12.00-12.45, Drop-in Café: optional, hosted by Liz Rochester, UK ICF President Elect, Christine Bakewell, UK ICF Associate Board Member for Technology, Sharon Toye, ex UK ICF Vice President and ex ICF Global CIO Board Director. Guest: Alexandru Popa-Antohi, Future of Coaching Collaboration (FCC)


Being more human

1.30pm-4.15pm UK time

  • 13.30-13.35, Welcome and opening, Barum Jeffries, Associate Board Member of Coaching in Organisations

  • 13.35-14.10, "How a soup spoon is changing the world, one stir at a time", Fireside discussion with Maff Potts Director, Association of Camerados

  • 14.10-14.20, Breakout session – "How to be more human?"

  • 14.20-14.30, Brief break

  • 14.30-15.00, John Amaechi OBE, occupational psychologist and CEO of APS: The Big Question – Are you blinded by privilege?

  • 15.00-15.25, Q&A with John Amaechi OBE

  • 15.25-15.30, Closing round, Barum Jeffries, Associate Board Member of Coaching in Organisations

  • 15.30-16.15, Drop-in Café: optional, hosted by Barum Jeffries, Associate Board Member of Coaching in Organisations, Sharon Toye, ex UK ICF Vice President and ex ICF Global CIO Board Director and Liz Rochester, UK ICF President Elect


Looking into the future

10am-12.45pm UK time

  • 10.00-10.10, Welcome and opening, Liz Rochester, UK ICF President Elect

  • 10.10-10.40, Looking into the future & building sustainable success to thrive in the future, Tom Cheesewright

  • 10.40-10.55, Q&A with Tom Cheesewright supported by Liz Rochester, UK ICF President Elect

  • 10.55-11.05Brief break

  • 11.05-11.20, Coaching in Organizations Global Membership (TBC)

  • 11.20-11.50, Looking into the future panel discussion – how can coaching enable and support the future?

  • 11.50-12.00, Summary & Close

  • 12.00-12.45, Drop-in Café: optional, hosted by Liz Rochester, UK ICF President Elect, Lise Bruynooghe, UK ICF Director for Thought Leadership, Barum Jeffries, Associate Board Member of Coaching in Organisations, Sharon Toye, ex UK ICF Vice President and ex ICF Global CIO Board Director

The Official Sponsor
Democratising coaching for all your teams
CoachHub-Logo-Color-Positive (5)