from the 2013 Executive Coaching Conference


06 June, 2013 | (01 hr)

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Coming out of the financial crisis, a federal government agency wanted to know how to open up communication lines, reduce the fear of open conversations, and build the bench strength of future leaders. A strategy was developed involving a team of 14 economists being positioned and trained as internal High Impact Coaches, developing other officers and managers as champions to change the quality of conversations. So far a cadre of 14 people has been coached internally, using a brain-based systemic approach to coaching from the NeuroLeadership Group. Join Dr. David Rock, as he shares the research behind the approach.

Audience: This webcast should be of interest to those in Coaching, Leadership Development, Human Resource Management, Training and Learning Development, OD, Mentoring, and Line Professionals looking to implement coaching programs in their departments.

Speakers

David Rock

David Rock
Founder
Results Coaching Systems
co-founder
NeuroLeadership Summit
Author of Quiet Leadership and of two forthcoming books; Coaching with the Brain in Mind and The Brain at Work.

David Rock is the founder and CEO of Results Coaching Systems (RCS), which has operations in 15 countries across the globe. In his capacity as CEO, David works with Fortune 500 clients specializing in embedding internal coaching capacity within or... Full Bio

Gary Ranker

Gary Ranker (Moderator)
The Global Mindset Senior Executive Coach
Co-Author
Political Dilemmas at Work

Global leadership expert Dr. Ranker of New York City uses targeted executive coaching to help many top CEOs and other senior management stretch their productivity to keep pace with the increasing demands of delivering ever greater profit, often fr... Full Bio

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