Kim Morgan has recently authored her second book ‘ The Coach’s Survival Guide’ and she will be basing her facilitated session on part of the contents ‘How to Run Group Coaching Programmes’ .
The Coach’s Survival Guide is an easy to use, accessible book, grounded in practice and experience and includes case studies drawn from real-life practice. It is rooted in the real world, normalising the insecurities felt by many coaches and acknowledging the realities of building a coaching business, while addressing the everyday issues that can hinder a coach’s performance or confidence.
Focusing on her experience from creating coach training and professional development programmes for coaches for the last 20 years, Kim Morgan answers all of the burning questions new coaches have on getting their business started, choosing clients to work with and most importantly, their self-care. The Coach’s Survival Guide seeks to normalise the almost inevitable feelings of self-doubt felt by coaches, particularly in the initial stages of their new career.
Kim Morgan is Managing Director of Barefoot Coaching Ltd, one of the UK’s leading providers of coaching and University Accredited Coach Training. Kim was one of the UK’s first executive business and personal coaches, who has pioneered and led externally certified University Masters Level Post Graduate Awards in Coach Training since 2001.
Kim is a sought-after conference speaker on all aspects of coaching and coach education, leadership and leadership development, psychology and change management. With over 25 years’ experience of psychology and people development, across all sectors of public and private business, Kim draws extensively on her experiences of what universally works to make great leaders, successful individuals, successful teams and outstanding organisations.
Kim is a specialist in delivering coach education at all levels within organisations, working to help them to implement a coaching culture. Kim specialises in working with senior leaders, team coaching and working with senior teams to bring about greater cohesion and performance and improved results. “Spending time in Kim’s company is one of life’s great pleasures. Kim has a rare talent to understand the mind and help you arrange the contents to the very best effect for your personal and professional wellbeing” Professor Damian Hughes