Leveraging Coaching as a Culture Driver: Are you Ready?

Monday, October 14, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Pamela Brown, Program Manager, North Highland and Kimberly Currier, Principal, KC Consulting

In this webinar we’ll explore what is takes to build a coaching program that can support, drive and enhance culture. We’ll discuss what foundation is required to build a coaching culture, what are some signs of readiness and some barriers or challenges through the eyes of a case study.

• Understand how coaching can support performance and culture in an organization
• Understand the corporate environments right for coaching
• Review case study from actual implementation
• Think about your company’s readiness for a coaching


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Pamela Brown
Pamela Brown

Program Manager, North Highland

Pam Brown is a Global Program Manager in Leadership Development at North Highland. Pam’s experience in leadership development, management and coaching spans more than 25 years and includes work in both corporate and higher education organizations. Pam’s expertise lies in creating and facilitating highly impactful workshops that drive real insights and behavioral change at the individual, team and organizational level. She holds a Masters in Organizational Behavior and Development from Georgia State University and a Bachelor of Science in Economics and Business Management from Cornell University.

Kimberly  Currier
Kimberly Currier

Principal, KC Consulting

Experienced Strategic leader for Human Resources, Talent Management and Culture

Kimberly is a strategic and systems thinker who resolves challenges and creates innovative solutions. Her career in strategic HR and Talent Management includes executive roles with North Highland Worldwide Consulting, Kimberly-Clark Corporation and The American Cancer Society. Her key strengths are people leadership, creating strategic alignment between human resources and organizational goals, and designing meaningful programs that link directly to company performance and people experience and engagement. With 21 years of increasingly complex roles, Kimberly has specialized in building departments, teams and programs that drive a progressive HR focus with an emphasis as coaching as a culture lever. She has capitalized on her strengths and experiences to drive improved enterprise performance through the creation of impactful solutions for people, teams and organizations. She believes in cross-organizational investment into people to develop culture and deepen leadership capabilities. Her tactical competencies include:

People (HR) Strategy - Talent Management - Diversity & Inclusion- Leadership Development - Organizational Performance and Effectiveness - Succession Planning - Executive Coaching – Total Rewards - Engagement – Experience

Kimberly is a speaker, author, blogger and a founding member of CTDONext.

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