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ATD Research Presents: Managers As Coaches

Thursday, November 5, 2020 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Alex Moore, Junior Research Analyst and Sandi Maxey, Senior Vice President, Manager, Sandy Spring Bank

Organizations that expect their managers to be coaches see increased employee performance and a stronger organizational culture. According to survey respondents in Managers as Coaches: Boosting Employee and Organizational Performance, 90 percent of organizations expect at least some of their managers to coach their direct reports and 75 percent expect all of their managers to do so. Organizations that expected their managers to coach all of their direct reports were significantly more likely to be high-performing companies.

Drawing on figures and data from the research, this webcast will highlight best practices organizations can use to cultivate managers who practice coaching with their direct reports. It will examine the key coaching skills managers need, training managers as coaches, and top barriers to effective coaching.
 

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Presenters

Alex Moore
Alex Moore

Junior Research Analyst

Alex Moore is a junior research analyst at ATD. Alex returned to ATD in 2019 after spending a year living and working in Chile. He is currently working toward a master's in applied statistics from Virginia Tech.


Sandi Maxey
Sandi Maxey

Senior Vice President, Manager, Sandy Spring Bank

Sandi joined Sandy Spring Bank in 1999. Her current position is Senior Vice President and Manager of the Learning & Professional Development Department. In addition to managing the learning function across the organization, Sandi consults with department and business line managers to assess learning and development needs and design appropriate interventions. Sandi's areas of expertise include leadership, management, coaching, career development, sales and sales management, and the client experience. In addition, she is responsible for developing the Bank's talent strategy including competency management and succession planning.

Sandi has over 25 years of banking experience and more than 20 years in learning and development. She holds an A.B. in Sociology from the University of Georgia and a M.B.A. from Frostburg State University. She is MBTI qualified and a Bridges Certified Trainer in Transitions. She is author of Chapter 2, "A Proactive Approach to Strategic Learning Alignment" in Leading the Learning Function. Sandi formerly served on the ATD Forum Advisory Group.