The Power of Personalized Coaching

  • 08 Mar 2012
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • NEW LOCATION: Dave & Busters, 9333 Research Blvd, Austin, TX 78759
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The Power of Personalized Coaching


When coaching is added to training productivity increases by up to 86%, and employee retention increases by 32%.

 

Personalized coaching techniques can increase employee motivation, performance, and overall personal satisfaction.  Coaching empowers people to acquire, develop, and strengthen skills in order to overcome challenges and meet their goals.  Organizations experience many benefits to implementing coaching programs in their companies including:

Ø       Increased productivity

Ø       Higher quality performance

Ø       Improved relationships between direct reports and supervisors 

In this interactive workshop, participants will experience and practice coaching so they can help themselves, employees, and peers to develop and grow personally and professionally. 

 

Participants will walk away from this workshop with at least one coaching tool that can be immediately applied in their day to day role.

 

Lunch and networking 11:30AM-12:00PM

Program 12:00PM-1:00PM

$30 Members / $35 Non-members

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Speaker: Sarah Horn, Director Coaching Education, Altius Education

As a certified professional coach, Sarah’s career is focused on people and performance.  She has partnered with dozens of universities across the country to develop, lead, and manage coaching programs that enhance student engagement and improve the overall student experience. In her current role with Altius Education, Sarah is the Director of Coaching Education, leading that organization's coach training programs that support the development of employee skill and satisfaction.  Sarah was an undergraduate psychology major and varsity field hockey player for the University of Rochester, and continues to focus on the field of sport psychology, motivation, and peak performance in her post-graduate studies at JFK University.

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