March 10, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. MST
Join WICSEC for a mirco-jolt of learning! A coaching culture enables radical transformation by fostering certain types of conversations on a daily basis. It creates a climate where people learn how to give & receive feedback, support & stretch someone's thinking as well as engage in development conversations that are short in length but strong in input. Executive Coaching can help grow employees and managers leadership skills no matter what level of their career they are in.
This presentation will explore
- What is coaching?
- What are the benefits of coaching?
- What does a coaching engagement look like?
- What should you consider before choosing an executive coach?
The presentation materials can be found here.
Liz Bullard, is a Senior Consultant with Grays Peak Strategies. She is an experienced executive coach and leadership development professional with over 30 years of experience focused on enhancing individual and organizational performance through effective communication. Liz partners with leaders to provide executive coaching, customized leadership development, facilitation, organizational development and team building solutions. She has over 20 years in various roles with the Colorado Judicial Department where she led the development of the Judicial Executive Development Institute for new and emerging leaders as well as the Judicial Executive Leadership Development Program for executive leaders. She created and facilitated soft skill workshops for over 3500 employees in such areas as Facilitation Skills, Coaching/Mentoring, Team Building, Communication, Motivating Employees, Building Trust, Crucial Conversations, and Leading Change.
Liz holds a B.S. in Business Management from New Mexico State University and a M.S. in Systems Management from the University of Southern California. She is a certified professional coach through the Coaches Training Institute (CTI) and a credentialed Associate Certified Coach (ACC) through the International Coach Federation (ICF). When Liz is not working with leaders and their team, she is learning humbling leadership lessons from her horse Hayle.