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Today, organizations invest in coaching more than ever before. However, organizations don’t just hire coaches to retain and accelerate the performance of their top talent; they hire coaches because they want their leaders and teams to think and act like coaches - to develop a coaching mindset culture. Join us for a lively and experience-based conversation with a diverse panel of leaders from various industries to discuss what the future holds as companies build coaching mindset cultures. ​

 Export to Your Calendar 4/23/2019
When: Tuesday, April, 23, 2019
7:30 AM
Where: Town & County
22 Woodland Street
Hartford, Connecticut  06105
United States
Contact: Kendra Pheasant
(860) 586-7572


Online registration is available until: 4/23/2019
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Registration/Breakfast/Networking: 7:30-8:30 am

Program: 8:30-10:30 am

 

Today, organizations invest in coaching more than ever before. In fact, between 25 to 40 percent of Fortune 500 companies hire executive coaches. Research supports the investment in coaching in organizations, with meta-analytic reviews showing that it significantly increases “performance and skills, well-being, coping, work attitudes, and goal-directed self-regulation” (Theeboom, Beersma & Van Vianen, 2013).

In today’s highly competitive and turbulent market, organizations cannot afford high turnover or the loss of their greatest talent, so there has been an increasing priority on attracting, retaining, and cultivating top talent. Coaching is seen as a key strategy in doing this. Managers who are either trained to coach internally or hire external coaches do so to invest in and accelerate the performance of their top talent and steady performers.

However, in our experience, organizations don’t just hire coaches to retain and accelerate the performance of their top talent. Organizations hire coaches because they want their leaders and teams to think and act like coaches - to develop a coaching mindset culture.

 

What does a coaching mindset culture look like and feel like? And how can it positively impact organizations in terms of their business success? Join us for a lively and experience-based conversation with a diverse panel of leaders with coaching expertise across industries.  Together, participants and panelists alike will discuss what the future holds for the field of coaching as companies build coaching mindset cultures within, exploring questions like:

 

·         What is a coaching mindset and how do you build that muscle to be successful in work?

·         What are the most critical coaching skills that are needed in company culture today, in order to be successful?

·         What will coaching look like in 10, 20, 30 years in light of generational differences and changes in technology?

  

Meet the Panelists:

    Nancy Stevens, Head Coach of the University of Connecticut Field Hockey Team, has the most wins of any field hockey coach in Division I history. She led UConn to NCAA National Championships in 2013, 2014 and 2017; and was named Division l National Coach of the Year three times. Nancy embeds leadership development into her coaching methodologies. 
     
    Yon Sugiharto, Director of Learning and Development at Yale Medicine, the physician specialty practices based in the Yale School of Medicine. Yon utilizes coaching services for his leaders and builds coaching skill-building into L&D at YSM to ensure faculty and health care professionals meet modern demands in the everchanging landscape of healthcare today.
    Sebastian Little, Experiential Learning Designer at McChrystal Group in Washington DC. Sebastian is a former collegiate football player from Yale University who conducted research with the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence (EI) on emotionally intelligent leadership. Sebastian has coached and worked alongside high school and college athletic coaches to build leadership competencies and emotional intelligence within their teams.


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4/23/2019
Coaching Into the Future: Building a Coaching Mindset Culture

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