Thursday, September 24, 2020, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
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Many organizations are transitioning workplace practices and strategic initiatives, pivoting to respond to external events. To optimize performance at the individual and team level and succeed in this time of transition, people at every level of the organization need the proper tools at their disposal.
One of those critical tools is a coaching culture that gets people throughout the organization the answers/assistance/support they need, when they need it, to get desired results.
In this webinar, Roger Connors, 4x NY Times bestselling author, will introduce a self-directed approach for people getting the help they need with a new process called Self-Directed Performance Coaching®. This framework helps organizations of all sizes create a coaching culture where everyone can get a coach and be a coach to dramatically accelerate collaboration, knowledge transfer, and engagement regardless of where they are working, to drive the results needed in 2020.
Based on research from the upcoming book, Get a Coach | Be a Coach, Roger will talk about how Self-Directed Performance Coaching® helps you move the needle for year-end goals, as well as launching 2021’s strategic initiatives.
Chairman & Co-founder
Zero to Ten
Roger Connors is a four-time New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author. He is ranked by the Top 30 Global Gurus as one of the world's Top 10 Organizational Culture Professionals. Roger has developed #1 award-winning content and has published and interviewed extensively, including co-authoring the bestselling books: The Oz Principle, Change the Culture, Change the Game, as well as his most recent book, Get A Coach, Be A Coach.
He is currently Chairman and Co-founder of Zero to Ten, a coaching and leadership training company. He is also Co-founder and former CEO of Partners In Leadership (PIL), which has trained millions of people in over 50 countries.
Roger is a graduate faculty professional member of Utah Valley University where he works as an adjunct for the MBA program at the Woodbury School of Business.
This event has been submitted for SHRM-PDC and HRCI recertification credit.
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