Events

Presentation of research findings, looking at the data ‘Perceptions on Career 2014’

Tuesday 29th April 2014

2:00pm BST - Complimentary Webinar

Join BlessingWhite's research team to review the most recent trends following the Perceptions on Career 2014 survey; looking at defining the employee’s needs and the actions organisations are taking to meet them.

Career development is about getting people to where they want to be and where the organisation needs them to be. By providing career development as part of your overall talent management strategy you improve your organisation’s effectiveness by creating a workforce that is willing, ready and able to move into the roles that the organisations need them to play.

Career development has remained a top driver of engagement for many years and is high up on every employee’s list of needs. Employees come to work with their own agendas. So “career” is a very personal journey that employees will take with or without the organisation.

Join BlessingWhite's research team to review the most recent trends following the Perceptions on Career 2014 survey; looking the data behind what are employee’s needs and what are organisation doing to support them?

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Leading Technical People+ Open Programme

Wednesday 30th April 2014

2 Day Programme: London, 9:00am-5:30pm GMT

The Leading Technical People+ Programme is a continuous learning approach and focusses on the specific skills leaders need to have in order to lead all types of experts including, Engineers, Industrial designers, Technicians, Mathematicians, Scientists, Statisticians, Programmers, Medical Specialists and more. Leaders of expert people and teams must be equipped with specific skills to forge engagement whilst leading innovation to move the business forward.

Based on BlessingWhite’s 2013 research into the Challenges of Leading Technical People, this new open programme enables application of learning to real situations being faced on the job and provides tactical tools and strategies that appeal to technical audiences.

Download our FREE Research Report Findings

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Survey Findings Webinar: How effective is your Graduate mentoring programme?

Tuesday 13th May 2014

With graduate vacancies predicted to rise by 10.2% this year we are working with clients to ensure their graduate mentoring programmes are fit for purpose and offering the best support.

Do you have a graduate mentoring programme? If so, we are conducting a survey and would like you to take part. Complete our brief questionnaire by 30th April 2014.

To be part of our survey findings and expertise webinar on Tuesday 13 May from 2.00pm - 2.30pm; Register Now!

We will look at:

  • The importance and benefits of mentoring your graduate recruits
  • What makes a successful graduate mentoring programme

Webinar: Transformational Coaching Supervision

Friday 23rd May 2014

At 10am and 2pm and will include opportunities for an interactive dialogue.

A rare opportunity to hear the latest thinking on Coaching Supervision from Professor Peter Hawkins and Nick Smith, authors of the definitive work “Coaching, Mentoring and OD Consultancy Supervision”. They will share insights and explore issues arising from their current practice in supervising the work of some of the world’s leading coaches and consultants.

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Complimentary Breakfast Seminar ‘Perceptions on Career 2014’

Wednesday 4th June 2014

08:30am to 11:30am BST

Robert Walters, Covent Garden, London


Please join BlessingWhite for an interactive breakfast seminar where we will explore, discuss and debate our latest research findings. We will be sharing ‘what does it mean today to ‘have a career’ and how do different generations navigate them’. We will share and discuss what organisations are doing to support the career journey of employees and the benefit this affords them in developing and retaining talent.

Career development is about getting people to where they want to be and where the organisation needs them to be. By providing career development as part of your overall talent management strategy you improve your organisation’s effectiveness by creating a workforce that is willing, ready and able to move into the roles that the organisations need them to play.

Career development has remained a top driver of engagement for many years and is high up on every employee’s list of needs. Employees come to work with their own agendas. So “career” is a very personal journey that employees will take with or without the organisation.

During our interactive breakfast session you will have the opportunity to :

  • Explore our latest research findings first hand & receive a complimentary copy of the published report
  • Discuss and debate the implications and impact this has on your organisation
  • Learn from what other companies are ding to tap into career as a driving force to improve competitor advantage, retain talent and deliver on their strategy
  • Review best practice and recommendations from our findings
  • Question the BlessingWhite panel, network and share experiences with your fellow peers

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Certificate in Coaching Supervision - Limited Spaces

Wednesday 18th June 2014

Accredited Certificate in Coaching Supervision - Find out more

Next Foundation Course June 18-20 June in Bath – Book Now


It’s Your Career Virtual Web Class

Tuesday 8th July 2014

Join us for this 2 hour fast-moving and interactive career session that helps ground you in your current career, and provide you with a framework and tools for making decisions about your future plans. Participants will spend time on; building self understanding, understanding your options and deciding on a course of action.

Join us for a fast-moving interactive session that helps ground you in your current career and provides a framework and tools for going forward. Participants will explore:

  • Knowing yourself
  • Knowing your options
  • Taking action

Learning outcomes include:

  • Understand the core components of effective career management
  • Clarify the key drivers of your job satisfaction
  • Self-assess your strengths and differentiators
  • Identify the job conditions that best satisfy your values, interests and talents
  • Identify strategies for researching potential career moves within your organisation
  • Create a plan for taking control of your career
  • Apply career management tools back on the job

(Registration fee £95 per person )

  • Take ownership of their careers
  • Assess personal values, career drivers, strengths and weaknesses
  • Align their capabilities, interests and aspirations with organisational goals
  • Utilise existing career resources
  • Explore and evaluate career moves
  • Identify strengths and build weaknesses

£95 registration fee (limited to 20 participants)

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