Webvent

Developing a Coaching Culture

Thursday, September 1, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Virginia Bianco-Mathis, Professor, Marymount University

Many of us continue to develop creative ways to introduce and sustain coaching in our organizations. How do we take that to the next level? How can we build a culture in which coaching is used to give feedback, solve problems, discuss strategy, and support continuous improvement?

This webcast covers the theory, tools, and techniques for defining coaching cultures, as well as the three most important building blocks:

  • learning and practicing basic coaching tools and mindsets
  • "living in" coaching language
  • hard-wiring coaching into the underlying infrastructure.

Please take part in this lively webcast to dig deeper into the benefits and challenges of building coaching organizations.
 

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Presenter

Virginia Bianco-Mathis
Virginia Bianco-Mathis

Professor, Marymount University

With more than 25 years of experience and a doctorate in human resource and organization development, Virginia Bianco-Mathis is a leader in her field. Her background includes a core set of industry positions, extensive consulting with corporate and agency executives, and publications and presentations in the areas of organizational change, leadership development, consulting skills, executive team building and facilitation, coaching, career management, conflict and dialogue, and strategic planning.

Virginia has held positions in human resources, strategy, and organization development at C&P Telephone, AT&T, Lockheed Martin, and The Artery Organization. She is a professor in the school of business and chairwoman of the department of management and marketing at Marymount University. She teaches courses in organization development, team and group dynamics, leadership, consulting skills, executive coaching, and strategy. She also is a partner with the Strategic Performance Group. Her present consulting engagements include leadership development, executive coaching, strategic planning, team building, and organizational change. Current clients include AARP, the Department of Agriculture, Seyfarth Shaw, American Society of Clinical Oncology, Phillips Corporation, MSRB, and Next Century Computing. Additionally, she has given major presentations at several international conferences, and has written numerous articles for the Washington Business Journal and a blog, called On Success, for the Washington Post.
 


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  • International Coach Federation

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