Coaching Roundtable - The Coach Approach to Building Workplace Trust
CPD Hours: 1.5
Please note Roundtables are exclusively available and free to CPHR BC & Yukon Members. You can find more on becoming a Member on our website.
Topic: The Coach Approach to Building Workplace Trust
Trust is the fundamental building block in high-performing teams.
When there is trust in the workplace, people have the confidence to admit their mistakes or say they don’t know the answer, they take thought-out risks, challenge each other and have healthy debates.
When trust is part of the culture, people look forward to coming to work, creativity and innovation abound, and fun and laughter become an everyday thing.
So how can we go about building trust in the workplace?
In this round table you will:
- Explore how trust is developed & how to establish it.
- Learn a model of trust and its applications.
- Develop trust-building skills.
- Identify a trust-building action plan to take back to the workplace.
Keynote speaker, executive coach and master facilitator, Suzanne Ricard-Greenway partners with high-performing leaders and their teams to develop critical leadership skills such as building trust, enhancing communication and navigating conflict, so that companies strengthen their cultures and achieve extraordinary results. Suzanne’s genius is teaching leaders and senior teams how to create and foster environments where all team members are inspired, encouraged, and provided the freedom and skills to operate at full potential toward a common goal.
A seasoned expert in instructional design and workshop facilitation, Suzanne partners with her clients to customize the perfect programs that exceed expectations and accomplish their needs.
With 30+ years professional experience in management and coaching combined with her extensive studies in the psychology of human behavior and the neuroscience of leadership, Suzanne’s proven, science-based systems approach to talent development has made her a go-to speaker, coach and facilitator for Fortune 500 organizations, executive groups, start-ups, professional associations, non-profits and educational institutions.
Her successes with the application of Neuro leadership to her work led her to establish and Chair the Vancouver Neuro leadership Institute Affiliated Interest Group from 2013-2015.
Suzanne is a Past President and active member of ICF Vancouver, a Professional Certified Coach (PCC), and is certified in numerous leadership assessments and methodologies.
Bilingual in English and French, Suzanne lives life to the fullest in North Vancouver with her British husband, daughter and son. Humour is a must to survive in their household!
Ceyda (jay-da) Gultan, MA, ACC, CPHR is a Human Resources Executive with 20 years of progressive experience in global, national and local corporations in private, public and nonprofit sectors.
She has a Bachelor’s degree in English language and a Master’s degree in human resources management. As a CPHR professional in BC, she holds a certificate in intercultural studies from UBC.
Ceyda is the Past President of the International Coach Federation Vancouver Charter Chapter and she believes in the coaching principle of ‘every person is creative, resourceful and whole.
CPHR BC & Yukon Office
Nespresso Corporate Boardroom - Suite 1101 - 1111 W Hastings
Vancouver BC - V6E 2J3
Street parking available - Close to Waterfront station (Skytrain & Canada Line).
** Please note that for security reasons the lobby doors of the CPHR BC & Yukon building are locked promptly at 6:00 pm. We are not permitted to allow any participants into the building or into the CPHR BC & Yukon offices after that time. Please ensure you arrive on time for the start of your roundtable.**
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Pre-registration is required.
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||February 18, 2020