11 February, 2013 | (01 hr)
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In business, just as in sport, high performing teams are able to deliver extraordinary results consistently. Coaching is now an established component of an integrated Talent Strategy, and can be transformational to team performance.
Research shows that the best teams have:
- A clear purpose
- Aligned goals
- Consistent behaviours
- Effective processes
- Ongoing development
Through this Webcast, you will:
- Deepen your knowledge of when coaching interventions can be transformational for teams.
- Learn how to maximise the effectiveness of team coaching in your organisation
- Support the development of a motivated workforce and create a positive working environment
Who should attend:
Leaders with responsibility for developing or implementing a coaching strategy. Leaders who need to develop coaching and mentoring skills to motivate their team and to achieve business goals. Directors and senior leaders with responsibility for translating strategy into business performance
THIS IS THE SECOND OF A SERIES OF THREE WEBCAST ON COACHING - CLICK ON THE LINKS BELOW TO :
view the recording of Coaching to Create a High Performance Culture
view the recording of Coaching as Part of Integrated Talent Development
David Learmond is a senior advisor and senior fellow in human capital at The Conference Board. In these roles, he supports the human capital practice, which includes Human Capital Exchange™, research, conferences, webcasts, and other human capital programs.
Chris has over 20 years international business experience with Mars and McCormick, and has worked in UK, across Europe and in Asia. He lived and worked in Taipei for four years as Managing Director for Mars Taiwan and Mars South Korea. After that, he was Managing Director of Mars Ireland for thre...Full Bio
With over 20 years in operations, marketing and business development, Jeff has used his creativity to develop actionable solutions for clients. Building relationships and creating working teams to tackle important issues, he enjoys nurturing the seeds of an idea and watching it grow. ...Full Bio