Effective coaching involves asking, not telling, reframing the picture and telling the truth. Organizations have used coaching as a tool for developing leaders for decades now, both as an external resource and now as an internal management skill. Increasingly, leaders are being encouraged to coach their employees as a means of providing feedback and are tying the coaching process to solid business results. In this session, we’ll explore how two Orange County organizations are:
Our panelists will share best practices and we’ll invite participation from the room to explore the latest trends in coaching as a leadership skill, providing participants with solid ideas that can be applied in their own organizations.
About our panelists:
Zoe Vecchio is Director of HR and OD at CalOptima. Zoe has over 20 years of experience in the human resources, training and organizational development field. She received her M.A. in Organizational Leadership from Chapman University and is a Certified Coach by the Hudson Institute.
Scott Tempel is Assistant Vice President of Organization Development and Training at Corinthian Colleges. His 30+ year career in OD spans health care, real estate, education and consulting. Scott received his M.A. in Counseling from the University of Colorado at Denver.
About our Facilitator: Jeanne Schad is Senior Vice President, Talent Development Solutions Director for Lee Hecht Harrison. She’s a Certified Professional Coach through invite CHANGE in Seattle and has practiced coaching since 2005 as an external coach and with Lee Hecht Harrison training leaders in using coaching as a management skill. Her career spans leadership development, communications and marketing. Jeanne received her B.S. in TV/Radio/Film Management from Syracuse University.
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