September 29, 2017 Chapter Meeting
Making the Investment in Coaching -Panel Discussion on How Organizations are Managing and Maximizing their Investment in Coaching
Panel Discussion on how organizations are managing and maximizing their investment in coaching
1.0 CCE in Resource Development
.5 CCE in Core Competencies (Pending)
To launch our 2017-18 program year, we are hosting the first of a series of Business Development Programs. This panel discussion will provide an opportunity for ICF-CT members to gain insight from regional business leaders and coaching service providers about the sourcing models, decision-making processes, criteria and success factors considered when evaluating their investment in coaching.
- Models for sourcing coaching professionals
- Processes and selection criteria for building a cadre of coaches, both internal and external
- Key differentiators for both coaching firms and individual coaches
- Processes for evaluating coaching outcomes and effectiveness
Coaches will have an opportunity to coach each other to reflect on key learnings from the discussion, and to design actions to support their clients and their coaching practice.
Allison Davis, Lahey Health. Burlington, MA.
Vice President Organizational Development. Department of Human Resources.
Scott Gingold, WJM Associates, Inc. NY, NY.
Deborah Hopper, Prudential Retirement. Hartford, CT.
Vice President Human Resources. Talent Development, Diversity and Organizational Effectiveness.
Sharon Malone, BeamPines, Inc. NY, NY and West Hartford, CT.
ICF-CT Program Committee Co-chairs, Adrienne Milics, MBA, PCC and Vanessa Williams, MS, PCC