Topic: The new International Coaching Federation Strategic Plan aims “to support the growth of organizational coaching cultures.” We will explore what a coaching culture is and its value to people, performance, organization effectiveness and overall business success; present a model for building a culture and discuss a case study of an organization that has successfully implemented it.
In this presentation, we will explore what defines a coaching culture. We will enumerate and discuss the value and benefits on people, performance, organization effectiveness and overall business success. We will present a structured model designed to build a sustainable coaching culture in three systematic steps - employing individual and team coaching, training and facilitated peer-coaching circles. We will close by showcasing a case study with a mid-size Oil and Gas company that has successfully implemented this model.
ATD Competency Model - Area of Expertise This Session Supports: Coaching,
Speaker: Kim Sawyer has over twenty years of diverse business experience; he has started businesses, led companies, and been involved in almost every aspect of a business enterprise. In 2000, Kim took that expertise in leadership, professional and business effectiveness and entrepreneurship, and founded theWealthSource®, an executive and enterprise coaching firm. Under his guidance, they coach and facilitate key business people, teams and enterprises to create extraordinary wealth – in all its forms. They accomplish this primarily by means of individual coaching, their Success-Group™ team coaching program and Enterprise Coaching™, their program to build a "Coaching Culture" in an organization. In addition, theWealthSource® facilitates meetings, management retreats and learning events and provides specialty training in coaching and leadership skills.
Topic: Leadership is a word often used but rarely understood. Leadership is one of the world’s oldest professions. History is replete with examples of both good and bad leadership. Perhaps now, more than ever, there is a need for many to answer the urgent call for effective leadership—but how? This session explains what it means to Be a leader. It then dissects the process needed to Build leadership in oneself and in others through leadership development tools for all to Benefit.
This session is designed to appeal to individuals new to leadership and seasoned leadership practitioners alike.
New leaders or people managers, experienced leaders, those desiring to become a leader, and executives are all invited to attend for
Attendees will be able to:
ATD Competency Model - Area of Expertise This Session Supports: Performance Improvement, Integrated Talent Management, Coaching, Change Management
Speaker: Eddie Turner is a “specialist” and a “deep generalist.” He is a certified information technology expert who leverages his digital competence as a leadership development practitioner. He is a C-Suite Advisor™ and a change agent who has worked for several of the world's “most admired companies.”
Eddie is a professional speaker who has spoken internationally and is certified as an executive coach and facilitator. He is a global workshop and program facilitator for the Association for Talent Development and for Harvard Business School Publishing. He has studied at Harvard and Northwestern Universities. Eddie “works with leaders to accelerate performance and drive business impact!”™
Food: Event will be held in the Café on the Lake. Lunch Menu $8 - $15.
Las Haciendas, 12933 Gulf Freeway, Houston TX 77034
Google maps: https://goo.gl/maps/nwWrEmq2nww
Lee Webster – Secretary for ISO Technical Committee 260 for Human Resource Management – will explain how adopting the value chain approach to the training and development processes not only results in more efficient and effective practices that save money, but also have a positive impact on the employee experience and enhances your organization’s employer brand.
ATD Competency Model - Area of Expertise This Session Supports: Managing Learning Programs, Integrated Talent Management
Over a 20-year period prior to joining SHRM, Lee held important HR positions at Exxon Mobil, PepsiAmericas, and other international Fortune 500 firms. For several years, Lee has also been an adjunct professor in human resources and business strategy for Trinity, American, and Regent Universities. Prior to his civilian career, Lee spent several years in the military as an Infantry officer.
An active SHRM volunteer leader for many years, Lee has served as an item writer for the HR Certification Institute. He is currently the chair of the certification committee for the Standards Engineering Society. Lee holds a BS in Engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point, an MS in Management Systems from the University of Central Texas, and a JD/MBA from Northwestern University
Note: Location change!
With all due respect to the book “Good to Great,” I believe we should not look at our team members as passengers on a bus to be taken for a ride. Create a culture and place them so they can grow and flourish: It is a natural desire to grow, flourish and produce. (This brief e-doc explains the concepts used as a presentation topic, workshop or program: http://www.dionmcinnis.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Grow_Teams_by_Dion_McInnis1.pdf)
1. Review the entire employee experience, beginning with the job posting, that allows for growth and flourishing. Change the holistic view of what it means to join your team, and of your organizational culture vis a vis growth and flourishing.
2. Review and re-think how promotions, transfers, office layouts and committee assignments (to name a few) affect the ability for team members to succeed and produce. Make decisions that encourage success in those areas.
3. Examine the differences between the different roles and what each is expected to "produce," e.g.,immediate harvest or seeds for the future.
4. Learn day-to-day actions and processes that promote individual and organizational growth.
Speaker: Dion McInnis served in leadership positions in university advancement for four universities over nearly three decades. He has developed many unique, successful approaches to team development, management, fundraising, external relations, facilitation and sales. He now serves as consultant and coach. His programs, as well as his writing and photography, are based on three steps: see differently, change perspectives, and grow authentically.
While in higher education, he raised millions of dollars, engaged thousands of members, empowered hundreds of volunteers, facilitated scores of committees, and orchestrated dozens of events…all of them, one friend at a time. He brings to nonprofit organizations the lessons learned in those experiences in meaningful, easily understood ways; he brings to individuals the empowerment to find and utilize their creativity in any situation.
Dion finds wisdom in everyday stories and uses them to guide, inspire, teach and engage. For example, he has used for years the story of an interaction with a shoeshine man to teach sales and fundraising; stories about homeless and beggars to provide insights into marketing and messaging; and, childhood stories involving several of his friends to teach leadership principles. He also offers free “Make It Happen Monday” sessions for nonprofit leaders and fundraisers to help improve nonprofits’ success and ability to serve the community.
He has authored more than 10 books, including “Daddin’: The Verb of Being a Dad,” “Listen to Life: Wisdom in Life’s Stories,” and “The Seeing, Not the Taking: A Guide to Seeing for Photographers.”
Gamification for Talent Development - Deconstructing the Psychology of Games to Entice, Engage, and Encourage Learners
Leadership is a word often used but rarely understood. Leadership is one of the world’s oldest professions. History is replete with examples of both good and bad leadership. Perhaps now, more than ever, there is a need for many to answer the urgent call for effective leadership—but how? This session explains what it means to Be a leader. It then dissects the process needed to Build leadership in oneself and in others through leadership development tools for all to Benefit.
Address ( print map with directions)
New Horizons CLC Houston (Located in the same complex at the Decorative Center Houston)
5120 Woodway Dr., Suite 200
Houston, TX 77056
Best parking is in the surface lot behind the ExxonMobil station. Facility is on the second floor of the courtyard next to the parking lot.
We are located at the intersection of Sage and Woodway Dr. in the Galleria area, headed away from 610 on Woodway Dr. At the light make a right onto Sage Rd, and then another immediate right into the Decorative Center Houston (DCH) surface parking lot. We are located on the second floor of the court yard area on the right hand side, in the suite closest to the building. The stairs are located on both sides of the first floor shops, hidden in the architecture.
ParkingVisitors can park in any spots without a ‘RESERVED’ sign on them. They have open spots on every floor of the garage and outside the lobby of the building (there is also a valet service here)
Food (menu attached)The onsite café has good food but a small kitchen so please plan to place your order with the café at least 30 mins prior to the start of the session.
Association for Talent Development, Houston Chapter
PO Box 32, Bellaire, TX 77402
CHIP Code: CH7032 - Use for every purchase at the ATD Store