25 March, 2011 | (01 hr)

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Organizations today understand the growing need for leaders to become proficient in conducting coaching conversations that engage and develop their talent.  Learn how organizations have effectively developed coaching skills in leaders across the globe and the results they have achieved.  

Growing number of leaders are aware of the importance of applying coaching skills to engage and develop their talents.  However, introducing coaching practices globally is challenging.  

This webcast will discuss:

  • Why it is crucial that leaders at all levels learn and apply the skills necessary to conduct effective coaching conversations
  • Blended learning approaches to developing the skill of coaching 
  • Steps to building and sustaining a coaching culture that achieves consistent results
  • Case studies of LHH experiences in Asia-Pacific.

Audience:

Senior Executives in Human Resources, Organization Development and Leadership/Professional Development.  In addition, senior functional and operational leaders and global team heads will benefit from this program.

Speakers

Vijayan P. Munusamy

Vijayan P. Munusamy
Head of Research, Human Capital, Asia Pacific

Vijayan P. Munusamy is head of research, human capital, Asia-Pacifi c, for The Conference Board. He is responsible for developing research related to talent management, evidence-based human resources, strategic workforce planning, diversity and in... Full Bio

JC Heinen

JC Heinen
SVP of Global Leadership & Talent Development Practices
Lee Hecht Harrison

JC Heinen has over 30 years of business experience consisting of both corporate and field operations. As the SVP of Lee Hecht Harrison’s Global Leadership & Talent Development Practice, she is responsible for building a worldwide organiz... Full Bio

Keisuke Otani
Head of HR
Boehringer Ingelheim Japan

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