UpcomingCoach Cafe – Wednesday December 13, 2017 at 12 Noon

  • Coach Cafe
    December 13, 2017
    12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Coach Cafe – December 13, 2017

12 Noon

Tusk and Cup in Wilton, CT (142 Old Ridgefield Road)

Open to All  – No registration or Fee

Focus and approach:

This is an informal opportunity to relax, share in conversation, and dialogue with other colleagues who share an interest in coaching and best practices.  Topics, conversation, and sharing focuses on:

  • Coaching experiences
  • Ideas
  • Best practices
  • Projects people are working on

 

 

Published by

Richard Stephen Janis

Rich Janis is a team and leadership effectiveness coach, organization development and change practitioner, researcher, adjunct faculty member, assessment and survey specialist. His areas of expertise include strategic and operational planning, workforce assessments, leadership and team development, organizational change leadership, and coaching. Workforce assessments focus on solutions for selecting, hiring, developing, managing, engaging, and retaining high-quality employees. He provides organizational change leadership assistance helping to plan, organize and prepare people for the implementation of change including new technology, business processes, organizational structures, job alignment, roles and responsibilities, leadership, skill and competency building.
Rich has deep experience providing business, leadership and organization development services for a broad range of industries: medical, financial, health care, higher education, and insurance. He has worked as an internal director and as part of external consultant firms for both non-profit and for-profit organizations. A sampling of the organizations Rich has served includes Yale University, Boston University PricewaterhouseCoopers, Kaiser Permanente, Aetna, The Hartford Financial Services Company, and Connecticut Children’s Medical Center.
Rich has completed a doctorate degree in Business Administration (DBA), Masters (MBA) in Business and Human Resource Management, Masters of Education (MEd) in Organizational Development, and Project Management from schools including Western New England College, American University, University of Massachusetts, Nova, Columbia, and George Washington Universities. His doctoral dissertation focused on leadership competencies and behaviors in the program and project management environment.