Webvent

Helping Leaders Embrace Change Through Coaching

Monday, February 4, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Mark Ruth, Director of Research and Education, International Coach Federation

According to recent research, more than three in four HR practitioners feel their organization is in a state of constant change. Furthermore, 85 percent of those individuals were able to cite at least one failed change initiative at their organization within the last two years. Both the human and the financial costs associated with a failed change initiative can stagger an organization, so why does it seem that organizational success is sometimes left to chance? This question prompted the International Coach Federation (ICF) to partner with the Human Capital Institute (HCI) in 2018 to conduct new research on how organizations navigate change.

This webcast will identify how organizations have achieved strong coaching cultures and how such cultures might improve the likelihood that a leader will successfully implement a change management initiative. You will have an opportunity to explore the latest industry research on coaching and change management, and learn how high-performing organizations are leveraging various coaching modalities to ensure that their employees not only survive change, but become change leaders for their organizations.
 

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Mark Ruth
Mark Ruth

Director of Research and Education, International Coach Federation

Since joining the International Coach Federation (ICF) more than a decade ago, Mark has been committed to developing and expanding the ICF’s presence as an industry thought leader. His department has unveiled more than a dozen global industry studies on the coaching industry since 2006. Prior to joining ICF, Mark served as market research analyst for the National Tour Association, where he managed an economic impact study of the North American group travel industry.


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