Improving Employee Engagement Through Coaching Techniques
|Date:||July 18, 2013, 7:30am – 9:00am|
Holiday Inn University
900 Prices Fork Road
Blacksburg, VA 24060
Members - Free, Guests - $10, VT & RU SHRM Students - Free
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Speaker: Ken Redick, CEAP, PCC, CSAC, Carilion Practice Manager and Professional Certified Coach
1.0 General Credit
In this hour presentation, the speaker will elaborate on the cultural shift that needs to take place to increase employee engagement and ownership. The starting place is our positive regard and mindset shift for the employees that we supervise: seeing them as whole, competent and brilliant, despite what sometimes is evident. Secondly, that the supervisor or leader is intentional about creating effective relationships with employees, seeing that relationship building can actually positively impact their productivity and team engagement. Thirdly, that coaching skills can be used to assist into evaluation process, developmental plans and even disciplinary action, all with increasing motivation and buy-in.
Session Learning Objectives:
- Learn and rehearse the core competencies of effective coaching
- Learn and practice authentic dialoguing with employees who need direction or feedback
- Demonstrate effective coaching interventions with already-present tools/instruments within their organizations, such as evaluations, developmental plans and disciplinary actions
A little about our speaker...
Currently the manager of the Carilion Employee Assistance Program, Ken has been in the counseling, consulting and coaching fields for 25 years. Ken’s specialty areas include executive coaching, corporate training, conflict resolution, and team building consultations.
A graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University, he is a Certified Employee Assistance Professional, Certified Life Coach from The Institute for Life Coach Training, a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor, and a Professional Certified Coach through The International Coach Federation.
A graduate of The Institute for Life Coach Training, Ken’s concentration is executive and business coaching, both to the individual and in a group setting. Ken sees the integration of coaching essential in every business environment, emphasizing the need to help his clients balance their lives, bridge over career transitions, and work on long-term life goals. Ken is currently promoting coaching initiatives to healthcare professionals and physicians in the Carilion Clinic.
Residing in Roanoke, Virginia since 1991, Ken and wife Jeanie, have raised five children.