ICF's 'Dancing In The Future' is only a week away!

01 May 2018

"UK ICF™s Dancing in the Future is your opportunity to connect with coaching colleagues from around the UK and wider afield, to make new and deepen existing personal and professional relationships.

You will have the opportunity to engage in crucial conversations impacting the global coaching community and take away concrete skills and learning to strengthen your coaching skills and build your business. Ultimately Dancing in the Future aims to challenge and invigorate your current thinking on coaching and as a coach.

This will be UK ICF™s largest event to date with fantastic speakers from across a broad spectrum of interest.

Join the UK coaching community and explore how YOU can Dance in the Future. Explore latest thinking and developments in the profession; discover how multiple global factors are bringing unprecedented change for us and our clients; interact with your peers; gain cutting-edge learning opportunities; and have fun.

Click here for more information on this event.

Click here to view the programme for the day.

Click here to view the scheduled speakers.



Click here to book your place now!


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