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Accelerate the Development of Emerging Leaders

Thursday, January 2, 2020 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Eddie Turner, The Leadership Excelerator® , Eddie Turner, LLC

There is an urgent need for effective leadership in our institutions of higher learning, government, and corporations. Emerging leaders are all around us, but they need help developing into effective leaders. This webcast will explain how to use the power of coaching to accelerate the development of them all.

Attendees will be able to:
• Define effective leadership and explain why so many people in positions of authority fail to exercise leadership.
• Recognize opportunities for employee coaching.
• Recommend effective coaching program leaders.

This session is designed to appeal to individuals who are new to leadership and seasoned practitioners. New leaders or people managers, experienced leaders, those desiring to become a leader, and executives are all invited to attend for a unique perspective on leadership.

ATD Competency
TD Area of Expertise
• Coaching
Foundational Competencies
• Business Skills
• Interpersonal Skills
• Global Mindset
• Personal Skills

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Presenter

Eddie Turner
Eddie Turner

The Leadership Excelerator®, Eddie Turner, LLC

Eddie Turner, “the leadership excelerator,” is an in-demand expert who has worked for several of the world's most admired companies including Deloitte, GE, and Accenture. He works with leaders to accelerate performance and drive impact.

Turner is a C-suite advisor, national media commentator, published writer, and the international bestselling author of 140 Simple Messages to Guide Emerging Leaders. He is the host of the Keep Leading! Podcast, which earned the Apple iTunes coveted New and Noteworthy designation.

Turner holds international certifications as a trainer, facilitator, and coach and is a Certified Speaking Professional, a designation earned by only 15 percent of professional speakers in the world. He is an alumnus of Northwestern University, where he studied leadership and organization behavior, and a graduate of Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, where he completed the Art and Practice of Leadership Development executive education program. He is a member of the global network of Harvard-educated Adaptive Leadership practitioners in the Adaptive Leadership Network and a leadership coach in the Leadership Circle.

Turner is one of Marshall Goldsmith’s 100 Coaches (MG100). He actively promotes the power of coaching and develops new coaching leaders through his work as a facilitator for the global ATD coaching certificate program and Harvard Business Publishing. He coaches and trains leaders of all levels to develop and apply successful coaching competencies to transform themselves and their organization’s development.
 


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  • International Coach Federation

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