Duration: 1 hour
High impact, sustainable, and cost-effective approaches to fostering an organizational culture infused with coaching.
Coaching has become widely accepted and leaders across sectors and levels rave about its value in helping them achieve and sustain high performance. A key challenge for organizations is how to extend its impact beyond the ranks of senior leadership.
The high cost of 1:1 coaching typically makes it cost-prohibitive for new leaders, managers in transition, and many high potentials – all who could greatly benefit from coaching.
In this session, we will explore strategies for building an organizational culture infused with coaching and cost effective and sustainable systems to support the practice and delivery of coaching at every level of the organization.
At the conclusion of this webinar participants will be able to…
- Identify the characteristics of a coaching culture
- Articulate the current state of coaching in their organization
- Understand best practices for moving towards an organizational culture infused with coaching
- Identify resources available to help them multiply coaching across their organization
Leaders interested in multiplying the practice and benefits of coaching beyond senior leaders so that it positively impacts employees across the organization.
Coaching Portfolio Manager
Fueled by a passion to help people and organizations move toward their full potential, Chuck has provided coaching, consulting and breakthrough leadership and learning solutions across a variety of industries and five continents over the last 15 years. Chuck serves as Coaching Portfolio Manager and Senior Faculty at CCL in Greensboro, NC. His focus is advancing the suite of leadership coaching solutions CCL offers and helping clients develop multi-faceted solutions to support their business strategy.
Prior to joining CCL, Chuck was an Organizational Development Specialist for Cone Health, a $1B healthcare system in Greensboro, N.C. with more than 100 locations. He designed, facilitated and managed the launch of multiple leadership development programs and served as a performance consultant and coach for physician leaders and healthcare administrators.
From 2008-2013 Chuck served with Samaritan’s Purse International Relief, a $460M international non-profit with 2,500 staff working in 20 countries and 100,000 volunteers supporting projects in 100 countries. He held multiple leadership roles where he was responsible for on-boarding, management development, performance management and succession planning.
Chuck has built a reputation as a collaborative leader with a proven ability to foster trust and influence change across boundaries. He has a history of working with senior executives, building measurably higher performing teams, healthy organizational culture and executing talent development strategies that align with business goals.