Building a Coaching Culture to Developing Change Management Capabilities
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Building a Coaching Culture to Developing Change Management Capabilities

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 Export to Your Calendar 4/9/2019
When: Tuesday, April 9, 2019
12:00 - 1:00 pm ET
Where: United States
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Title: Building a Coaching Culture to Developing Change Management Capabilities 

Presenters: Barbara Trautlein

Description:

As change management professionals, we engage with key organizational stakeholders every day, from business-leaders to project team members to frontline employees who feel the impact of our initiatives. We often play a “coaching” role – yet, how many of us are professionally trained coaches? We work to design and deliver effective communications and training, and to deploy powerful resources from the change management toolkit, but these are not enough. We must go beyond the surface and facilitate deeper coaching conversations up, down, and across organizations to build the relationships, commitment and capabilities needed to foster sustainable change. The research findings are clear: organizations with strong coaching cultures are correlated greater effectiveness in managing change and greater confidence in change capabilities. Join us to learn highlights from the ICF/HCI Building a Coaching Culture for Change Management Research results, explore real-life case study examples, and walk-away with actionable strategies to move your organization toward a coaching culture for change.

Skill Level: Masterclass (11+ years of Change Management Experience)


Track: Integrated Disciplines and Partnerships

Bio:

Barbara Trautlein, PhD is author of the book Change Intelligence, originator of the CQ® System for Developing Change Intelligence®, and principal of Change Catalysts, LLC, an ACMP QEP. Barbara partners with client organizations to facilitate successful and sustainable change, and coaches and certifies change agents - achieving bottom-line business and powerful leadership results for clients. She was honored as the Change Management Consultant of the Year in 2015 by the ACMP-Midwest Chapter. Barbara is gifted at sharing strategies and tactics that are accessible and actionable. Her blend of research and real-world expertise makes her an in-demand speaker at conferences in around the world. Barbara has a unique ability to connect with her audiences across industries, from steel mills to sales teams, refineries to retail outlets, and healthcare to high tech. She holds a doctorate in Organizational Psychology from the University of Michigan. Clients served include Abbott Laboratories, Ascension Healthcare, Cisco, Deloitte, ThyssenKrupp and Save the Children.   

Learning Objectives:

  • Dive into the latest industry research on the impact coaching can have on change management initiatives and the bottom-line benefits of strong coaching cultures
  • Learn the distinguishing characteristics of strong coaching cultures and high-performing organizations using research-based evidence
  • Explore real-life case studies detailing how organizations have used coaching during change to enhance communication, leadership sponsorship and employee engagement
  • Discover how you can integrate coaching into your organization’s change management approach and obtain actionable insights to make the business case for building a coaching culture to foster an enabling foundation of change capabilities up, down, and across your organization


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