The RSA Fellow-led Coaching Network will be running a series of "Coaching Drop Ins" on the first Tuesday of each month between October and December 2019 in the Collaboration Room in Rawthmells at 18.00.
These will run alongside the Network’s established programme of themed events and are designed to broaden the opportunities for the RSA community to engage with coaching. Find out more about the Network and sign up to receive updates here.
If you are a coach - or have an interest in what coaching is - please join. The format will be a guided discussion group, and potentially some live coaching practice, to explore topics relevant to both practising coaches and those who are interested in coaching. If you have a coaching topic you'd like to explore - or a particular coaching issue - please bring it along. Possible topics for the next session on 5 November are "What is Existential Coaching?" or "Do coaches have a moral responsibility for their clients' actions?", linking to the network’s mission to turn coaching into a social contribution. There will also be a chance to cover practical issues for both coaches and receivers of coaching.
The sessions will run on the first Tuesday of the month starting at 18.00. Locations in Rawthmells, RSA House, 8 John Adam St, London, WC2N 6EZ as below:
Tuesday 1 October: Collaboration Space (Level -1)
Tuesday 5 November: The Long Gallery (Level -2, entrance through the Library)
Tuesday 3 December: Collaboration Space (Level -1)
This is a drop-in session for which you do not need to register in advance. For more information or any questions on the sessions, please contact Calum Byers FRSA via MyRSA.