What do leaders at the “best-of-the-best” organizations do to foster coaching cultures that lead to extraordinary employee performance and business outcomes? Whether you work within a small or large organization, or provide coaching services to them, you will get an inside look at different approaches leaders are taking to create exemplary coaching cultures.
- Benefits and payoff of establishing a coaching culture
- Four key criteria the International Coaching Federation uses to evaluate coaching culture
- Strategies and tactics used by top organizations to successfully implement coaching initiatives
- Proven metrics and methods to measure the effectiveness and impact of coaching
- How to build internal capacity for coaching
About Your Presenter
Mike Gellman spent 11 years in a Fortune 500 company as an organizational consultant and career coach overseeing talent management and succession planning. He successfully works with executives, business owners, and employees to help facilitate succession planning, high potential leader development programs, and employee engagement and organizational change efforts. He is an ACC certified coach with a master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and teaches interpersonal communication for Brandman University as an adjunct instructor. He recently served as one of six judges for the ICF International PRISM Award which identifies and evaluates companies around the world with the best coaching cultures. He authored Pipe Dreams: 7 Pipelines of Career Success and created Career Catapult: 4 Essentials of Career Mastery which empower employees to take greater ownership of their careers. Additionally, Mike created a nationally recognized, award winning mentorship program for the ATD-San Diego chapter that recently celebrated its 20-year anniversary of developing future leaders.
6:30 p.m.- 7:00 p.m. Check-In
7:00 p.m. - 7:15 p.m. Announcements & Speaker Introduction
7:15 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Program
8:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Membership Bylaws Approval (See Below)
This presentation will cover the following capabilities from the ATD Talent Development Capability Model:
Building Personal Capability: Collaboration and Leadership, Communication, Emotional Intelligence and Decision Making
Impacting Organizational Capability: Talent Strategy and Management, Organizational Development and Culture, Performance Improvement
Developing Professional Capability: Coaching, Career and Leadership Development
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Membership Bylaws Approval
Every five to ten years, it is common practice for our chapter to make updates to the ATD-LA bylaws in order to better reflect the practices and procedures necessary to keep the chapter running smoothly and serve our membership. The bylaws were last updated in April 2015 and are once again undergoing review.
At the July ATD-LA Board of Directors meeting, the board voted to approve updates to the bylaws. These proposed changes will be presented at the October 15 chapter meeting and all current ATD-LA members in attendance will be invited to vote on their approval.
Proposed changes to the bylaws include:
- Updating board member positions and titles, including the addition of Director of Workshops, Director of Webinars, and Director of Special Interest Groups positions.
- Modifying the timing of key annual meetings to better accommodate the chapter calendar.
- Adopting processes and procedures to better allow us to function in a more virtual world, necessitated in many ways by the Covid-19 crisis.
- Aligning the bylaws with the current official name of the ATD-Global organization (changing from ATD National to ATD Global).
All proposed changes will be made available at the October 15 chapter meeting. In the meantime, if members have questions or comments on anything related to the bylaws updates, they are welcome to contact ATD-LA secretary, Annie Liao at firstname.lastname@example.org.