The Science of Coaching
With the rise in popularity of executive coaching and an ever-increasing number of organizations implementing coaching programs, it is time that we take a step back and analyze the foundations of coaching.
In this webinar, we will explore the science of coaching and how it impacts employees’ behavior, professional development, and also your culture. During these unprecedented times, our workplace culture is fragile to the rapid changes that will subsequently impact your organization’s morale, productivity, customer experience, and ROI. Understanding the science of coaching, will help you be equipped with the right knowledge and tools that will guide your organization to success during this emerging future.
- Learn how coaching impacts employees’ behavior, professional development, and also your culture
- Understand the key coaching competencies that impact the workplace environment
- Discover the art of coaching through neuroscience
- Find tools that will better equip your workplace culture for any unforeseen challenges
Dr. Carol Kauffman
Dr. Carol Kauffman is the Institute of Coaching (IOC) founder and co-chair. Dr. Kaufmann embodies the IOC goal of bringing science and practice together as seen in her academic and professional practice. She is a leadership coach with over 25 years experience and 40,000 hours of client contact helping leaders raise the bar on their performance and managing their success. Dr. Kauffman currently teaches at Harvard Medical School and is also the Director of Faculty Coach Training at Massachusetts General Hospital
Dr. Erik Gregory
Dr. Erik Gregory is a positive psychology practitioner and coach. With an MPA from Harvard Kennedy School in Leadership Change, a EdM from Harvard Graduate School of Education in Human Development & Psychology, and training in Leadership & Management from the MIT Sloan School of Business, Erik is a highly renowned international expert on Leadership & Personal Development. In his work, Dr. Gregory draws from disciplines of positive psychology, leadership development, cultural anthropology, innovation, storytelling, strategic facilitation, and executive coaching.