(Dan Johnson of Performance Mastery)
Talent Development professionals continually face the challenge of sustaining improved performance after leaders or employees are sent to a training or development program. Organizations are starting to realize the value of coaching but may be hard pressed for dollars to invest in it. And coaches are continually faced with creating new ways to deliver impactful coaching to clients who want similar outcomes.
Join us as we learn about the types of group coaching, phases of group coaching, and how group coaching can be a more efficient AND effective solution for developing leaders and sustaining performance (while saving 87% or more of an organization’s training dollars). You’ll benefit from the lessons learned shared by someone who has led group coaching for 15 years in a variety of environments.
After participating in this session, participants will be able to:
- identify different types of group coaching
- differentiate group coaching from teambuilding
- describe the advantages of group coaching vs individual coaching
- identify the phases of a group coaching process
- use a powerful Group Coaching tool to reduce conflict, improve workplace relationships, and enhance accountability
- initiate a Group Coaching approach to improve the effectiveness of your training, leadership development, or talent development initiatives
This session is brought to you by ATDChi’s Executive, Team, & Group Coaching Professional Development Network (PDN). ALL ATDChi members AND guests are welcome to attend.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Dan Johnson CPC, CNTC is the founder of Performance Mastery and a Certified NeuroTransformational Coach specializing in leadership development, training, executive and team coaching, and workplace performance improvement. Combining neuroscience with his expertise in business, performance improvement, and measurable outcomes, Dan uses neuroscience-based coaching to accelerate measurable outcomes and insight for his clients in large financial institutions, manufacturing, retail, not-for-profit, government, agriculture, and healthcare industries. His group coaching experience includes cohort groups of leaders as well as teams looking to improve effectiveness, productivity, collaboration, and workplace relationships. His client roster includes corporate presidents, executives, healthcare professionals, business owners, private detectives, and spiritual leaders.
Dan graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a B.S. from Purdue University in Financial Planning and an M.S. from Indiana University in Instructional Systems Technology. He earned the Certified Professional Coach designation from the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching and completed a graduate coach certification in NeuroTransformational Coaching (neuroscience-based coaching) from BeAbove Leadership. Dan also completed training in Organizational and Relationship Systems Coaching through the Center for Right Relationship. A longtime contributor to the talent development and coaching professions, Dan served as a chapter president for both the Association for Talent Development (ATD) and the International Coach Federation (ICF).
Dan is an award-winning facilitator known for highly-interactive presentations. He
taught coaching and leadership at Indiana University where he received the “Instructor
of the Year” award. www.performancemastery.com