A Path to Improve Performance & Engagement: 3 Pillars to Build a Coaching Culture in Your Company
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Research by ICF shows that those organizations who demonstrate a strong coaching culture boast a greater revenue growth than their peers. With proven ROI of 5x the investment, companies also realize increased productivity, reduced turnover and produce more high performers. However despite more than three-quarters of organizations using coaching as part of their talent development strategies, many are focused only at coaching individuals. While creating a coaching culture—one that fosters an environment where everyone from the entry-level employees to the executive suite supports and participates in the coaching process—remains elusive.
In "A Path to Improve Performance & Engagement: 3 Pillars to Build a Coaching Culture in Your Company," you’ll come away with a clear sense of not only what you need to consider when developing a coaching culture, but practical steps and insights HR professionals can use to create a coaching culture that boosts engagement and performance.
Join Lee Hecht Harrison’s Mary Ellen Rogahn, SVP Global Coaching, in a discussion on this timely and relevant topic.
What You Will Learn:
- How coaching supports an organization’s ability to set goals and achieve results;
- The three key pillars to begin building your coaching culture;
- How to identify gaps that may be creating roadblocks to building a coaching culture.
Mary Ellen Rogahn
SVP, Global Coaching
Lee Hecht Harrison
Mary Ellen is an energetic results-driven leader with expertise in implementing large-scale global coaching and training initiatives. She builds strong executive relationships by ensuring that initiatives have strong ties to key business performance metrics.
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