How to Create a Coaching Culture within your Organization
Every organization has hidden resources that they aren't using effectively. Think about how much time managers spend trying to help a member of their team with something they themselves don't know much about. How much time do employees stay stuck or unsure of how to proceed because they are doing something new? Now imagine if the employee could connect with anybody in the organization who had the skills they need to keep moving forward. How much time could frontline employees and managers save, while getting the job done faster? That is the power of a coaching culture.
Jeff will talk about the quickest way to develop a coaching culture: a groundbreaking new approach called self-directed performance coaching. This model, based on his No. 1 National Bestselling book, Get a Coach | Be a Coach, puts the employee in charge of their own learning experience, providing just-in-time, bite-sized, skills-based coaching to keep key projects and initiatives moving. This method has shown to increase employee engagement, build strategic networks that break down organizational silos, and even boost productivity by as much as 88%. You won't want to miss it!
Jeff Adcock is a seasoned entrepreneurial business leader who drives exceptional growth in early-stage companies. He has 30 years of leadership in the technology industry with a history of building winning teams that accelerate company growth and value.
As a thought leader and strategist, Jeff has played key roles in companies that defined market segments in networking, sales AI, SaaS, marketing, and coaching.
One of the key roles he plays in companies is partnerships and alliances. Jeff has personally built and executed partnerships with Salesforce, HP, Microsoft, and Intel that led to hundreds of millions of dollars in new revenue growth and valuation increases to the business in the billions.
Jeff is the CEO and co-founder of Zero To Ten, a coaching and leadership training company with the first-ever Coaching Community®; service in the industry.
SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDCs) and HRCI re-certification credits have been approved for this event.
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