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Executive Coaching: How to Find, Hire, and Evaluate Executive Coaches, an HR Perspective
Date & Time: Thursday, June 14, 2012
10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT
Duration: 90 Minutes
Instructor: Sara L. Orem
Price : $145.00
(for one participant)
Sara L. Orem Founder, Lotus Coaching and Consulting
From one who knows both the joys and pitfalls of hiring coaches, the speaker has been a Director of Learning and Development as well as an executive coach (Board Certified) herself. She knows the pitfalls of hiring coaches whom she likes rather than coaches who fit the client or clients. She also knows the joys of hiring a coach who is both valuable to the organization as well as to her clients. This is a process most HR professionals do either by resume, or by interview or both. These two tools are not nearly enough to assure that the coach you hire is the coach who will do the best job. Other tools such as needs assessments done by potential clients or leadership program developers, coach methodology, coach agreements (what’s shared, what's not), and provisional hiring (getting to see whether the coach you want to hire is the best coach for the job) are parts of this best handled before the interview. Also, knowing how you will assess the effectiveness of the coach during and after his engagement is critical (hint: it is not by "smile" sheets).
Why should you attend:
To increase your level of confidence in hiring coaches: what to
look for, what to expect, what to offer, what not to offer. To discover what makes a good executive coach so that you fulfill the needs of specific clients or a level of clients
How to assess experience and fit Monitoring effectiveness before, during, and after coaching engagements.
Building a stable of excellent executive coaches.
Dr. Sara Orem knows the perils of multi-tasking. As a core faculty member in leadership at an online university, Dr. Orem uses her laptop computer more than 8 hours a day, sometimes while talking on the phone or checking email on her Blackberry or iPad. Her doctoral dissertation topic was listening to learn in disagreements, perhaps the hardest emotional situation in which to listen to learn. Her interest in neuroscience and listening is part of her curiosity about positive psychology. She regularly presents topics about leadership and coaching to faculty and business partners of her university, and has been the featured speaker at coaching conferences. She is the lead author of Appreciative Coaching: A Positive Process for Change, published by Jossey-Bass/Wiley in 2007 and coauthor of The Coach’s Guide to Asset-Based Thinking and Appreciative Coaching published by the Cramer Institute in 2009. ...more
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Your Necessity is our Priority
How to find good coaches What tools to use for hiring The needs assessment The interview Tools coaches use (360 degree feedback, personality assessments) Weeding out or whittling down Test coaching Contracts Assessments
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Director of HR
Director of Learning and Development Consultants who create and deliver leadership development programs Other professionals who might hire a coach for executive or management coaching
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Published on May 10, 2012
From one who knows both the joys and pitfalls of hiring coaches, the speaker has been a Director of Learning and Development as well as an e...