Not a One-Size-Fits-All Approach
Presenter: April McKenna
Coaching is not a one size fits all approach. As an talent development practitioner it’s important to be adaptable and help our customers grow and develop yet keep focused on the organizations strategic initiatives. Situational coaching is a method which builds coaching into an organization as an acceptable and sought after practice. The end result provides organizational leaders with the confidence to achieve more and builds buy in and value for internal talent development teams.Provide members and guests with professional development in regard to helping learn how to coach your staff/ peers.________________________________________________________________________
By the end of the program, participants will be able to:
Welcome New and Renewing Members
Kathryn Ciurej, First National Bank of Omaha
Krishna Clay, First National Bank of Omaha
Asher Connelly, First National Bank of Omaha
Joel Damon, First National Bank of Omaha
Gretchen Finke Patras, GFP & Company, Inc.
Cheryl Goodman, Metropolitan Community College
Kaleigh Grier, First National Bank of Omaha
Ron Hackbart, Kieiwt Corporation
Jessica Havran, First National Bank of Omaha
Carol Horner, Synchronicity Training and Development
Chris Humphries, First National Bank of Omaha
Fara Malley, First National Bank of Omaha
Charles Maurer, BKD, LLP
April McKenna, The NMC Group
Tammy Olson, Foundation Supportworks
Julie Panko Haberman, Lincoln Electric System
Loren Paquette, NTT Security
Mandi Simmons, First National Bank of Omaha
Ashley Smith, First National Bank of Omaha
Kristi Stewart, First National Bank of Omaha
Jon Titus, Bellevue University
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