Coaching in Organizations: What's Now? What's Next?
What does coaching mean to you? What’s your definition? Join us for an interactive morning where we will demystify the future of coaching, discuss its place within the workplace, and network with professionals in the industry.
Empower yourself and your team. Collaborate with your peers. Learn about coaching and best practices for organizations.
Save the date:
Tuesday, September 27 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the John Molson School of Business, 9th floor Conference Centre.
What’s in it for you?
- Refine your understanding of coaching
- Learn how coaching can enhance productivity in your organization
- Discover what coaching culture is all about
- Have meaningful exchanges with experts and peers about coaching
Things don’t just change on their own, let’s come together to make a difference!
8:30 — Breakfast and Networking
9:00 — Introduction
9:07 — Dr. James Gavin: Changing Tires on a Speeding Car
This session explores what coaching is; different types of coaching; and what coaching culture looks like. Dr. Gavin will talk about how to match different types of coaching and organizational culture.
9:30 — One size does not fit all: What makes coaching work in organizations?
Session by Dana MacDonald
9:50 — Building expertise in your organization.
Yvon Lachapelle, member of the International Coach Federation, will leverage his experience in Organizational Development and Employee Training and Development to provide his perspective on internal vs external coaching and how to build expertise within your organization.
10:10 — Break
10:30 — Discussion tables on burning questions facilitated by a coach
11:00 — Interactive Discussion moderated by Dr. Jim Gavin
Panel members: Dr. Madeleine Mcbrearty, Yvon Lachappelle, Dana MacDonald and Patrick Doyon
11:45 — Open Mic
12:00 — Wrap-up and reflection
Session by Patrick Doyon
Register now. Hurry, spots are filling up quickly!