Growing a Coaching Mindset
Facilitated by Jennifer Rogers, MSLOD, CPTD, ACC
Friday, October 16th, 2020
7:30 - 8:00 a.m. Networking | 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Program
Professionals in organizations today are quickly becoming miltitasking, “lean and agile sprinters.” We are consistently striving to work more efficiently and do more with less in environments that are experiencing almost constant change. Additionally, our workforce is growing younger, and those younger colleagues desire more frequent feedback as well as overall career guidance. Therefore, the methods we use for supporting ourselves, our teams, and our organizations need to align with this faster paced, ever changing environment and must take into consideration the whole person. A coaching mindset stems from the premise that each person is creative, confident, capable, and whole. Coaching, then, simply explores what is already good and makes it even better.
In this session, we will explore what coaching is and is not, and discuss how a coaching mindset can be so transformational in helping individuals, teams, and organizations achieve greater levels of success. Participants will experience coaching using the GROW model and gain ideas and tips about what is needed in order to be successful in developing a coaching culture at their organization.
You are interested in finding ways to develop your own individual strengths.
You lead a team and want to support and inspire them to achieve their goals.
You work in an HR function and support leaders and managers in supporting their teams.
You believe that people are more successful when they work in a positive, supportive environment.
Define what coaching is and is not and explain why it is so effective.
Understand and apply the GROW model for coaching to both broad and specific scenarios.
Apply the ideas explored to develop a culture of coaching in their own organizations.
Jennifer believes in renewing the culture of work by refocusing on the humans of human capital to develop leaders who are authentic, trustworthy and human.
She has over 15 years of experience in talent development spanning several industries. In 2014, she obtained the Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) credential, and in 2019 became an ICF Certified Coach while also completing her Masters in Leadership and Organizational Development. Additional training from CCL, DDI, and the Arbinger Institute equips Jennifer with tools and assets to increase trust, engagement and enjoyment of work.
Volunteering with the Association for Talent Development is a passion and privilege for Jennifer. The opportunities have helped her stay informed about trends in talent development, develop her own leadership capabilities, and her personal network. When she’s not working, Jennifer is spending time with her husband, two children and extra-large dog, or watching British dramas with a glass of red wine while knitting or crocheting.
We hope that you will join us!
Association for Talent Development - Central Indiana Chapter (ATD-CIC)
PO Box 6206
Fishers, Indiana 46038