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The Power of Executive Coaching: Developing Critical Talent

With more and more companies facing the challenges of attracting, developing, and retaining employees to fill increasingly complex leadership roles, executive coaching is a valuable strategy in a global market vying for top talent.

According to Josh Bersin (September 15, 2021, Human Resource Executive), “Coaching does make a difference. Study after study shows that coaches can increase self-confidence, improve communication and management skills, and help individuals achieve greater professional success.”

This interactive discussion will be moderated by John Bennett, Ph.D., PCC, BCC. Dr. Bennett is the Wayland H. Cato Chair of Leadership, professor in the McColl School of Business, and a leading expert on executive coaching. The panel of industry and and coaching practice leaders includes:

  • Bob Brotherton, Director, Executive Development & Talent Practice, Lowe's Companies
  • Carolyn Roach, Vice President, Global Talent Management, Jeld-Wen, Inc.
  • Paul Joyce, Executive Director, Queens University of Charlotte's Executive Leadership Institute

Join us to learn about the latest practices, challenges, and opportunities related to internal and external coaching.

Tuesday, October 19 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

Lectures & Presentations

Target Audience

Students, Faculty & Staff, Alumni, General Public, Prospective Students

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FoodForThought

Cost

Free

Department
McColl School of Business
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#FoodForThought

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