Coaching Tweetchat: To coach or not to coach, coachability is the question?
On May 5th the SDF hosted its second Coaching Tweetchat, entitled “To coach or not to coach, coachability is the question?”. We had a magnificent, friendly and passionate turnout. We welcomed colleagues from University of Wolverhampton, Manchester Metropolitan, The University of Manchester, Salford University, Canterbury Christ Church University, Swansea University, University of Strathclyde, University of Portsmouth, University of Birmingham and others. We were joined by a vibrant group of independent professional coaches.
I am also pleased to announce that our Coaching Tweetchat organising committee is growing. Considering how busy we all are, a few more colleagues have generously given some of their time and joined us since last update. These are professionals who are passionate about coaching and exploring social media tools for collaboration. Some are strong Twitter users and others are getting introduced to the tool. The Coaching Tweetchat organising committee defines the direction of the Tweetchat, the themes and questions the Tweetchat discusses and champions the initiative. Welcome to the team!
Coaching Tweetchat Organising committee
- Rossana Espinoza, Communications Officer, Staff Development Forum
- Emma Gillaspy, Digital Teaching & Learning Manager, University of Salford
- Juliet Flynn, Organisational and Staff Development Advisor, Canterbury Christ Church University
- Peter Sykes, Learning and Development Partner, The University of Manchester
- Dee-Ann Johnson, Researcher Development Communications Officer, The University of Manchester
- Alistair Boot, Senior Lecturer, Harper Adams University
- Louise Rees, Senior Academic Developer, Swansea University
- Marc Adams, Organisational Development Consultant, University of Birmingham
- Paul Compton, Organisational Development Consultant, University of Birmingham
We would love to hear from you.
Dr. Rossana Espinoza
SDF Communications officer