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Creating A Coaching Culture: Integrating Four Perspectives— Academic, Coach Practitioner, Executive

Program Date: Thursday, March 17, 2016

Cleveland, OH

You’ll delve into the arena of coaching and creating a coaching culture from various perspectives – from the executive coach to the coachee, to a HR/LD practitioner, and even an academic viewpoint. Barbara Singer-Cheng will touch on this topic from her broad and extensive experience of developing Fortune 500 leaders with research-based coaching. She reaches a global audience, and partners with HR and LD practitioners, and she will touch on the results Executive Coachee’s are seeing. This activity has been submitted for review by HRCI and SHRM for recertification credits.

Program Sponsored By: Weatherhead Executive Education

Meal Choice: Breakfast Buffet

Presented in partnership with Entrepreneurs Edge

You’ll delve into the arena of coaching and creating a coaching culture from various perspectives – from the executive coach to the coachee, to a HR/LD practitioner, and even an academic viewpoint. Barbara Singer-Cheng will touch on this topic from her broad and extensive experience of developing Fortune 500 leaders with research-based coaching. She reaches a global audience, and partners with HR and LD practitioners, and she will touch on the results Executive Coachee’s are seeing. She will then facilitate a conversation with present experts and those in the audience about their perspective and answer their questions on the topics below. Some learning objectives/takeaways: 1) Define the work of coaching as a stand-alone practice and as a leadership approach to bringing out the best in others 2) Highlight the relevant research in the coaching field for practitioners and organizational leaders 3) Address the challenges and opportunities in organizations to utilize coaching strategically and to build internal capacity for leaders to coach 4) Review the outcomes Executive Coachee’s are seeing from their work with an Executive Coach. 5) Outline the trends of where the practice and field of research is going.

About our Main Presenter:

Barbara Singer Cheng is the founder, president, and CEO of Executive Core and leads a group of 100 global professionals whose mission is to more quickly innovate professional development globally. For more than 15 years, she has worked with thousands of high-potentials leaders around the globe at critical turning points in their careers. Barbara is renown for her work in the evidence-based study of predictors of executive success and executive coaching. Prior to Executive Core, she held two SVP roles at Lore International Institute (acquired by Korn Ferry International). Barbara was recently honored as the recipient of the Global 2013 Executive Coaching Thought Leader of Distinction award from the Association of Corporate Executive Coaches. She was honored with Global 2013 Executive Coaching Thought Leader of Distinction award. This activity has been approved for 1.50 (HR (General)) recertification credit hours toward California, GPHR, PHRi, SPHRi, PHR and SPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.