CCEUs: 0.75 Core Competency, 0.75 Resource Development
Re-Imagine managing leaders as LEADER-COACHes and prepare them to lead through change and not just through the next project. Can you imagine it? How would that impact the sustainability of change?
The program sponsor and program designer get real about the challenges, wins, and the wavering points experienced while delivering leadership development virtually to 65 participants in 3 countries and 4 time zones during a pandemic. Learn how the CHRO of VertexOne, an IT organization, led the charge of breaking the pattern of setting aside leadership development when things got tough and sparked the change that bridged the gap between how leadership development once was and the vision of what it could be at VertexOne.
In the session, facilitators provide a behind-the-scenes tour that reveals how a year-long leadership development program launched, stayed on the strategic agenda, and thrived despite the pandemic. Hear first-hand what it took to keep leadership development a company priority amidst what some have called the most significant disruptor that the current workforce has ever encountered. Walk away from this transparent discussion, with the key elements that kept the participants engaged, the vision alive, and the unexpected benefits of developing leaders during this critical time.
Coaching & Change Management as foundational pieces to leadership development
-Innovation & Imagination
- Objective 1 Identify how to prepare leaders to facilitate change more effectively
- Objective 2 Understand the role of emotional intelligence in successful change
- Objective 3 Discover critical elements of ARC3* how to implement them, and what is involved in supporting a consistent practice.
- Objective 4 Create greater momentum by blending strategy, change management, and coaching elements
Kristine Conway, MS, PCC
President - Effective Focus, Inc.
Each day Kristine works to make a significant difference in our world. Her goal is to add value through the purposeful development of people by helping them get out of their own way. In short, Kristine is here to help individuals find their competitive edge through professional development.
Today, Kristine is the president of Effective Focus, Inc. a professional development and change management organization specializing in emotional intelligence. Current work includes designing internal leadership and coaching programs, facilitating organization vision and strategy, and working one on one with leaders and their teams to make the changes that matter most. She is also a published author of Obligated No More, A journey to a guilt-free life, a book designed to help individuals rid themselves of self-imposed barriers to success.
Kristine currently serves as the Director of Training for the Wales Life Coaching Institute. Kristine trains, mentors and coaches professionals that are seeking to learn how to coach professionally.
Previously, Kristine served as a change agent for over 20,000 employees at Baylor Scott and White Healthcare System. Her background includes work as an organization development consultant, where she helped leaders across the system increase effectiveness through team interventions, individual coaching, and system-wide change initiatives.
Kristine also has experience assisting healthcare workers, including physicians, nurses, and executives, as the Director of Service Excellence. In this role, she partnered with leaders on how to enhance the patient experience resulting in significantly higher patient satisfaction scores. Before joining the healthcare industry, Kristine worked in restaurant and retail.
Kristine is baccalaureate prepared in business management and computer information support from the University of Louisiana at Monroe. She also holds a Master’s Degree in Management and Administrative Sciences with a concentration in Organization Behavior and Executive Coaching from the University of Texas at Dallas. Also, Kristine is certified by the International Coach Federation as a Professional Certified Coach (PCC). Previously, she served as a member of the 2012-2013 Board of Examiners for the Quality Texas Assessment and Feedback Program.
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