Duration: 1 hour
Premium Members Price: $36
Coaching is one of the foundational components for effective leadership. Coaching is also a critical key to sustainable leadership growth and development. The most effective coaches know how to build and manage coaching relationships which result in a more robust organization and motivated employees.
A new Leading Effectively webinar from the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®) shares insights from more than three decades of experience. In this session, the following will be addressed:
- An overview of coaching, its process and benefits
- The six principles of coaching
- Leadership Coaching Framework
- Roles of coach and coachee
- Some do’s and don’ts of coaching
- Coaching ROI
Clemson G Turregano is the current Coach Practice Leader at the Center for Creative Leadership®, Greensboro Campus. Clemson is responsible for advancing the practice of coaching in business, academic and government arenas within North America and advises on worldwide applications. Clemson's leadership research spans practical and academic applications, from the strategic level to tactical implementation, from boardrooms to government arenas. A former career military officer and scholar, he joined CCL® from his position as the Deputy Director for the Strategic Initiatives Group for the senior US Headquarters in Kabul, Afghanistan. In that position, he coached and mentored many US and international officers, as well as executives within the Afghan government. As a Professor of National Security Decision Making at the US Naval War College, he pioneered teaching Strategic Leadership using films as case studies. This resulted in his being awarded the 'Cum Laude' award for elective teaching excellence (twice). A retired Army battalion commander with experience in Kosovo, he has published extensively on his leadership experiences, as well as mentoring and coaching emerging leaders in lesser developed countries. Clemson's current research involves effective mentorship practices and coaching executive teams. He is a 1983 graduate from The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina in Charleston, South Carolina. In addition, he has earned an MPA, a Masters, and a Doctorate in Political Science from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University. He is a graduate for the Army's Command and General Staff College in Ft. Leavenworth Kansas, and holds a Masters in Security and Strategy from the US Army War College, Carlisle Pennsylvania.