Introduction to Executive Coaching event, Edinburgh

Introduction to Executive Coaching event, Edinburgh



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Considering building Executive Coaching Skills? Learn more about what coaching is, how to be good at it and experience a live coaching demonstration from a Master Coach. Explore our full range of accredited courses to help you choose which could be right for you.

This event is led by AoEC Faculty members, Brigid Russell and Kay Young. Brigid and Kay are experienced executive coaches and both hold Masters level qualifications in executive coaching.

What you will gain from the Introductory Event;

  • What coaching is and how it can improve performance
  • The difference between coaching, mentoring and counselling
  • Key listening and questioning skills
  • Live coaching demonstration by either Brigid or Kay
  • The chance to network with others considering coaching
  • Q and A session

An opportunity to explore whether this is for you.

There is no charge for this event

We look forward to meeting you!



9.00 am Registration and Networking
9.30 am Event starts
1.00 pm Event Closes


Apex Grassmarket Hotel
31-35 Grassmarket
Edinburgh, EH1 2HS

+44 (0)131 523 1819

Hotel Website


Smart/Casual or Casual

Who should attend?

Anyone interested in: coaching senior managers as an internal or external coach or who is a manager/leader and is thinking about including coaching in their leadership style


You may like to think about what you want from the event. You will have the opportunity to be coached by a colleague on a real issue; so, have something to talk through with your “coach”


Brigid Russell and Kay young

What People Say

“Incredibly Insightful, absolutely fascinating. My whole perception of coaching has been turned upside down”
“Really takes you out of your comfort zone – in a good way”
“I appreciated the opportunity to practice during the exercises”
“Helped me to understand how coaching is different from mentoring”
“I learned more about why accreditation matters and more about the different levels”