Free Webinar: Coaching Amplified: Creating Conversations that Produce Profound Results

Free Webinar:Coaching Amplified: Creating Conversations that Produce Profound Results5 November 1.00pm – 2.00pm NZDT People these days are taking on more responsibility, dealing with more complexity and working in more diverse environments.  It’s no surprise, then, that more of them are incorporating coaching to handle these challenges.  The process of coaching generates high performance for individuals and organization, yet most people don’t fully incorporate powerful coaching into their daily actions to amplify results.   In this webinar we will share the importance of effective coaching conversation and the link to sustainable behavior change and profound results.  We’ll show you how to engage in these conversations to consistently move yourself, your employees and your organization forward.  In this webinar we will: 1.       Discuss how most leaders under-utilize coaching and why it doesn’t produce intended results2.       Learn what people most need and want from their leader and coach3.       Identify five key actions to initiate coaching conversations that produce exceptional results4.       Review a live coaching conversation and identify elements you can share with your team or organization Join us for this free webinar and learn how you can begin using coaching in a different way to focus on and produce profound results for yourself, your team and your organization. To sign up go to About the Facilitator:Athena Williams-Atwood, Managing Director of Amplify Leadership Ltd, brings passion and commitment to leadership development with over 18 years experience across diverse fields including financial services, high-tech, government, law and non-profit.  Her clients include professionals at Adobe, Agilent, Amdahl, AMP, Bank of America, Bayer Healthcare AG, Chordiant, Cisco, eBay, Fujitsu, HP, Microsoft, NASA,  PricewaterhouseCoopers, PowerTV, Scientific Atlanta, Siemens, Stanford University, State Farm Insurance, State of Texas Comptroller, Sun Microsystems, Wells Fargo Bank,  and several  small to mid-sized companies.

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