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Coaching others is necessary to reach the goals of any business. The goal of coaching is to enhance the ability of the coachee, but too often coaching falls short. The coaching session turns into problem solving and misses the opportunity to build capacity. Good coaches follow a sound coaching process that focuses dialogue and moves toward action. The best coaches recognize that every situation is different, and respond to the immediate need. Based on broad experience and understanding, they employ a variety of tools and adapt their process to deliver development for the individual and results for the business.
Join Rik Nemanick and Bob Grace of The Leadership Effect as they share the coaching tools and experience they have honed coaching hundreds of leaders. They will share the mental models, dialogue tactics, and practical tools that you can add to your own coach’s toolkit and improve your skills as a coach.
Attendance is free, but seating is limited, so please RSVP.
Date & Time
Thursday, March 28, 2013 – 7:30 to 9:30 AM
The Leadership Effect is making this program available at no cost, but seating is limited.
This program has been approved for 1.5 (General) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute. Please be sure to note the program ID number on your recertification application form. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HR Certification Institute website at www.hrci.org.
716 Geyer Avenue
St. Louis, MO
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Beating the Peter Principle: Picking the Best Leaders – (Decemeber 2012)
Driving Results Through Employee Engagement – (October 2012)
Getting the Most from Leadership Coaching – (June 2012)
Accelerated Mentoring – (April 2012)
Best Practices for Mentoring Programs – (March 2012)
Turning Strategy Into Results – (December 2011)
Helping Managers Tackle Performance Problems – (September 2011)
Best Practices for Succession Planning – (June 2011)
Before the Crash: Managing Leadership Derailers - (April 2011)
Bob and Rik will be facilitating sessions at the COCAbiz SPARK 2013 conference May 16-17, 2013. You can learn more information here.
Check this space for future public seminars from Rik & Bob.
Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
Gateway Industrial Organizational Psychologists
Human Resource Management Association of St. Louis
Institute of Internal Auditors
Institute of Management Consultants of St. Louis
International Association of Business Communicators of St. Louis
Junior League of St. Louis
Leading Edge Alliance
Medical Group Management Association of Greater St. Louis
National Association of Black Accountants
St. Louis Organization Development Network
Structural Engineers Association of Kansas & Missouri
Lewis & Clark SHRM
Mentoring in the Legal Profession
Developing the Strategic Leader
Best Practices in Mentoring: Relationships and Processes
Mentoring for Employee and Leader Development
Mentoring for Internal Auditors
Understanding the Power of Executive Coaching
Communicating for Change
Strategic Planning in Nonprofit Organizations
Creating Partner Accountability for Firm Success
Strategy for Your Group Practice
Building Effective Mentoring Relationships
The Tools of Strategy
Maximizing Leadership Capital
Driving Results through Employee Engagement