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Best Practices for Coaching High-Potential Employees

Thursday, November 29, 2018 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Chuck Berke, Founder, Berke Associates, LLC

There are a number of characteristics I encounter on a regular basis when working with high potentials. Individuals often become high potentials because of their outstanding job performance and technical/subject matter expertise. High potentials represent the most optimistic possibilities for their company’s future—which is why investing in their development is so important. However, high potentials sometimes neglect their career development and people orchestration skills, and rely too heavily on their job skills. This webcast will focus on working with this key group of employees to ensure they grow into future leaders in a way that’s commensurate with their potential and ability.



In this webcast, you will learn how to work more effectively with high potentials around the following skills:

  • listening
  • time management
  • career management
  • reputation/brand management
  • patience
  • making and sustaining personal and professional change.

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Presenter

Chuck Berke
Chuck Berke

Founder, Berke Associates, LLC

Dr. Chuck Berke, a nationally recognized and highly acclaimed executive leadership coach and mentor, has worked with executive leaders in the C-suite of Fortune 100 companies such as GE, Johnson & Johnson, Pepsi, and Merck for more than two decades. A former Executive Director of a not-for-profit and successful business leader, Chuck possesses insights and broad global experience which he leverages to help his client’s grow quickly. His coaching regimen is about investing in practical action to foster personal development and leadership skills. His disciples have consistently accelerated their career success and achieved their personal and business goals. Owner and principal of Berke Associates for the past 20 years, Chuck holds a PhD and MA from Fielding Graduate University, an MA in Marriage and Family Therapy from Fairfield University, as well as a BA from the University of Maryland, where he was captain of the swim team. He is a member of the International Coaching Federation and the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. A native of Connecticut, he and his wife currently live in Fairfield, Connecticut.


Sponsors

  • International Coach Federation

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