Coaching, Mentoring and Skills Transfer Conference 2013 (CMST0313z)

Venue: Rydges Auckland Hotel

Location: Auckland, New Zealand

Event Date/Time: Mar 19, 2013 / 8:30 am - (GMT +12:00 hours) End Date/Time: Mar 20, 2013 / 5:30 pm - (GMT +12:00 hours)
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Applying Coaching, Mentoring and Social Learning Strategies for Measurable Leadership and Talent Development Outcomes


Liquid Learning is delighted to present the Coaching, Mentoring and Skills Transfer Conference – a central platform to exchange information, build knowledge, and expand networks for increased performance and capability. A balance of case studies and interactive sessions will allow delegates to explore fundamental cultural considerations, processes and strategies for engagement, industry developments and opportunities for involvement and collaboration.


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·         Embedding coaching and mentoring as a key management / leadership competency

·         Developing a robust coaching, mentoring and informal learning culture

·         Examining the social and cultural context for learning in the modern enterprise

·         Establishing coaching and mentoring within a performance framework




Mary Craig Deputy Commissioner, Corporate Services

Inland Revenue Department  

Joanne Nicol Organisation Development Manager

Fletcher Building


Fleur Evans Capability Consultant

Meridian Energy


Sarah Friis Talent Engagement Manager

2Degrees Mobile


Vincent Arbuckle General Manager Human Resources

Department of Corrections


Dr. Helena Cooper-Thomas Director, Postgraduate Studies in Industrial, Work and Organisational Psychology – School of Psychology

University of Auckland


Professor Brad Jackson Fletcher Building Education Trust Chair

in Leadership – Faculty of Management and International Business

University of Auckland


Sam Farmer Director

Enhance Facilitation Limited


Gordon Holmes General Manager Human Resources

BP Oil New Zealand


Susan Turcich People Capability Programme Manager

Westpac New Zealand Limited


Sue Beckett National Learning and Development Manager

Downer New Zealand


Mark Carley Manager Culture and Talent



Therese Walkinshaw Human Resources Manager, People and Organisation Directorate

AUT University


Representative TBA

Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF)


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About The Event

Coaching and mentoring can be powerful vehicles for bridging capability gaps and facilitating cultural change within an organisation. The Coaching, Mentoring and Skill Transfer Conference 2013 provides an exciting learning and networking opportunity for learning and development, Human Resource practitioners and business leaders to explore new strategies to enhance learning and performance. In an uncertain, dynamic and often volatile business environment, the key differentiating factor for high performing organisations is that they have developed resilient leadership and deeply embedded learning capability. The foundation for this success lies in establishing the right cultural foundations, and embedding coaching and mentoring as a key competency in leaders and managers.


Featuring insightful views from a variety of leading organisations and experts, this conference will explore the key issues involved in implementing coaching and mentoring as a means to drive behavioural and cultural change to enhance performance. As more and more organisations introduce coaching and mentoring strategies, an understanding of when, where and how to apply these principles is crucial. Delegates will be provided with unique insights into how to utilise these strategies to facilitate learning and skills transfer in the workplace. Engaging conversations and practical workshops will reinforce the key messages and provide valuable take away tips that can be deployed immediately.


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To request more information or book your place at this practical event, contact Liquid Learning:

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Phone: +64 9 927 1500, Fax: +64 9 927 1525


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