This year we had our first ever hybrid event 09-12 May 2022: in-person in Salisbury at our much-loved venue of Riverside House and simultaneously live on Zoom.   We hope to share video recordings of our group sessions in due course.

We had another great week at Salisbury International Coaching Week 04-07 May 2021.   

People joined in from around the world and we again increased our Net Promoter Score.  In numbers:

  • 300 tickets available over 4 days
  • 268  ticket registrations
  • 88 unique individuals registered (average of 3 tickets per delegate)
  • 16 group sessions held, total 16 hours
  • 8 individual coaching sessions (30-60 min) held

See our photos below and check out our introductory short video

Salisbury International Coaching Week  (ICW) 4-7 May 2020 was on-line this year due to Covid-19 counter  measures (social distancing) nevertheless we had another great week.  We increased our reach and participation. 
 In numbers:
    • 300 tickets available over the 4 days
    • 257 ticket registrations
    • 138 tickets used (54%)
    • 16 group sessions held, total 16 hours
    • 19 coaching taster sessions held (1:1, 30 min)
We are already making plans for 2021.  We hope to be back at Riverside House in Salisbury (subject to Covid counter measures) and to livestream all our group sessions and make them available on our own YouTube channel.  The dates for Salisbury ICW 2021 are 04-07 May 2021.  Watch this space!

What a week we've had at #salisburyicw  Salisbury International Coaching Week, 29 April-03 May 2019 Here is a selection of photos from various events. 
Our fundraising efforts for our hosts, Alabare's Homes for Veterans (H4V) programme included:tandem parachute jumps by Helena Buchanan (£585 raised) and Sarah Moores (£1.370 raised with her daugher Georgina); and Ross Nichols went on a pilgrimage of remembrance to the WW1 battlefields of Ypres (£1,240 raised).  Total raised for Homes for Veterans: £3195.


A big Thank You to Salisbury TV
who shared this video of Salisbury International Coaching Week 2018 on their local TV channel


Salisbury International Coaching Week, 08-11 May 2018


Welcome!  SalisburyICW will launch on 08 May 2018 with a truly inspiring talk by international solo artist and Professor of Viola at London Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Rachel RobertsRachel will share the story of how music helped her to overcome a challenging start in life, which is why she is so passionate about Dream Warriors, her social enterprise.  Dream Warriors aims to empower young disadvantaged people through the arts.

See our video above and some images below for a flavour of SalisburyICW 2017.  You liked the workshops and experiential activities such as mindfulness meditation and 1:1 coaching sessions so we plan to provide more of these in 2018 plus talks and cpd sessions on coaching and related topics. 

Read our press in The Business Exchange magazine

We are delighted to be hosted again by Alabare (2 Watt Road, Salisbury, SP2 7UD), which is an ideal venue with free on-site parking.  Great coffee and other refreshments will be available in our pop-up café.

We very much look forward to welcoming you to SalisburyICW, 08-11 May 2018.  In the meantime, if you would like further information, please get in touch and follow us on social media:

                      #salisburyicw            #experiencecoaching             @TransitionForm             @UK_ICF

Ross Nichols
SalisburyICW 2018

Salisbury International Coaching Week, 15-19 May 2017

Building on the success of 2016, SalisburyICW (International Coaching Week), 15-19 May 2017 started with a motivational performance workshop like no other from former world champion boxer Glen Catley. Glen is a clinical psychotherapist, psychologist and hypnotherapist. He shared how solution-focussed therapy took him from being a raw amateur boxer to becoming a professional world champion.

SalisburyICW provided workshops, experiences and talks on a wide range of coaching and psychotherapy topics. The event was aimed at individuals, employers, business owners and of course coaches and others from the helping professions. Our themes were: wellbeing; leadership and management; intuitive business planning; psychotherapy; counselling; and credentialing for ICF coaches. Additionally, experiential events were available on most days: mindfulness meditations; short (30 min) 1:1 drop-in coaching taster sessions; and short (30 min) drop-in NLP taster sessions.  We had a blast and look forward to welcoming you to Salisbury ICW in 2018!

Here is the link to our Eventbrite listing for tickets:

Here is the link on Facebook:

Social media tags are: #salisburyicw      #experiencecoaching      @TransitionForm         @UK_ICF

We'd love to see you at SalisburyICW - please get in touch if you have any questions!

About International Coaching Week

During this week-long celebration, ICF (International Coach Federation) Chapters and coaches around the world will host a variety of activities and deliver pro bono services in their local communities to enable others to experience coaching and its benefits firsthand.

Founded in 1999 by ICF Master Certified Coach Jerri N. Udelson, ICW is a designated time each year for coaches and clients to educate the general public about the value of partnering with a professional coach and to enhance the awareness of the results and progress made through coaching. Today ICF is a proud sponsor of ICW and encourages coaches all over the globe to participate each year.

“International Coaching Week is the time to talk about coaching and the amazing potential it offers to individuals and organizations,” said ICF Global CEO/Executive Director Magdalena Mook. “ICW is a time to connect and celebrate the art, science and practice of professional coaching.”

This video provides a short introduction to coaching.

The Salisbury Coaching Circle and NLP Group first celebrated International Coaching Week in 2016 - here are some images.  

Ross Nichols presenting on Emotional Intelligence at Salisbury ICW

Graham Woods presenting on Authentic Leadership at Salisbury ICW