Topic: Coaching for Performance
Today’s fast-paced, constantly changing workplace, combined with the continuous need to improve service, add more value to customers, improve productivity, and reduce costs, requires leaders who can bring out the best in their people.
Younger generations joining the workforce also bring new and different expectations. They expect more from an organization and from their leaders, including opportunities for personal growth, rapid career advancement and a more balanced life.
Whether faced with young employees or seasoned veterans, managers and leaders who can enable their people to reach their potential have one thing in common - they are great coaches.
Coaching skills encompass the ability to enable others to become more effective at what they do, to come up with creative solutions, to make a commitment to delivery, and to identify clear action steps to get things done.
Coaching for performance is what great managers and leaders do!
This presentation will benefit leaders and managers who are seeking to learn and apply coaching skills with their teams in order to increase their effectiveness and influence within their organization.
Participants will learn and practice a simple but powerful coaching model to accelerate performance.
Sasja is a specialist in organizational culture, leadership, coaching and development, and employee engagement. Driven by her core purpose to create conditions for individuals, teams, and organizations to excel, Sasja helps people develop the mindset and skills they need to achieve superior results.
Sasja has a Masters Degree in Leadership and Training from Royal Roads University and is a certified Executive Coach.
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 non profit sectors and currently She is the Manager of Human Resources at The Elizabeth Fry Society of Greater Vancouver; a human rights organization.
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. In addition, she is the President of the International Coach Federation Vancouver Charter Chapter.
Ceyda served on the Board of SIETAR BC and is the co-founder of the Northshore Intercultural Jam.
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
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||March 19, 2018