Growing Your Leadership Effectiveness
for the 21st Century:
The Value of Coaching & Developing a
Coaching Culture in Your Organization
April 9, 2019 • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
UC Davis Extension at Sutter Square Galleria
2901 K Street - Room 200, Sacramento
Doors open at 6:00 pm for networking and refreshments
Presented by the International Coach Federation (ICF)
Sacramento Charter Chapter and ATD Sacramento
Do you want to know more about what a coaching culture looks like? About how to develop a coaching culture in your organization? Is it really worth the investment of time and money?
Join ICF Sacramento and ATD Sacramento for a panel discussion about the benefits of a coaching culture, ideas, and strategies for instilling and sustaining a coaching culture in your organization.
WHAT IS A COACHING CULTURE?
A Coaching Culture is a culture of continual learning & development that strengthens & builds capacity in employees from the ground floor to the C-suite and the organization as a whole. Organizations with a developed coaching culture have found that employees at all levels have a greater sense of self-efficacy, more resilience in the face of obstacles & change, improved performance, higher self-esteem, better problem-solving skills, greater insight & higher levels of employee engagement & retention.
ROI FROM DEVELOPING A COACHING CULTURE
Although the intangible benefits of developing a coaching culture within an organization are many, the tangible bottom line ROI is also great. Studies have identified a return on investment ranging from 200% net over one year to up to 689%. as reported in International Coaching Psychology Review. And that is just the first year! And those are just the tangible benefits!
Diane Garga, PhD, PCC
Director of Strategic Alliances, ICF Sacramento Chapter
Catherine Crusade, ACC, CPCC, Training and Organization Development, County of Sacramento Formally launched in 2017, Sacramento County’s organization wide coaching program now includes an online coaching portal, internal and external coaches, group coaching, and coaching training, workshops and retreats. Catherine has been instrumental in the design and implementation of the coaching program.
Eli Harning, PhD, Organizational Effectiveness and Change Management, Sutter Health As an intentional effort to instill a development mindset among leaders and managers, Sutter Health has developed an internal and external coaching program over the past 7 years. Eli leads Accelerated Change Excellence and manages its external consultant and coach community.
Coleen Snyder, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Global Coaching Program Engagement Manager, Intel Corp. Since 2004, Intel has evolved its 35-80 internal professional coaches and 1500 volunteer, mentors, advisors and coaches to be an integral component of Intel’s strategic objectives for organization culture and leadership transformation. In 22 years at Intel, Coleen has held roles in leadership development, organization design and career services.
Ron Vargas, Vice President, Human Resources, Cache Creek Casino Resort In 2014, Ron and Cache Creek's executive leadership introduced a "coaching approach to leadership" as a strategic component of its management development program, with an ultimate objective of the coaching culture to become instilled as part of the company’s values.
If you are an ICF Sacramento member, you can register for free HERE.
Cancellation/Refund Policy: Cancellations made more than five (5) calendar days prior to the event will receive a full refund. Cancellations made three (3) to five (5) calendar days prior to the event will receive a 50% refund. Cancellations less than three (3) calendar days prior to the event and no-shows will not be refunded or credited. Any unpaid balance due will remain according to the above guidelines. Refunds will be issued using the original payment method.
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