As uber coach Marshall Goldsmith so famously wrote: what got you here, won’t get you there. It’s no secret that, once foundational leadership skills are in place, it’s not ‘what’ leaders do that get in their way, it’s ‘how’ they do it. With ‘relationship with my manager’ continuously topping the list of why people leave organizations and Gallop surveys repeatedly pointing to low levels of employee engagement worldwide, executive coaching has become the go-to strategy to strengthen leadership capability. But are we seeing the return on this investment? Recent studies by Deloitte, McKinsey and Bain point out lack of leadership capability and bench strength as continuing to be the top issues that are keeping senior executives up at night. This session will explore where executive coaching falls short and how organizations can improve their ROI by looking beyond the work of the coachee to the broader organizational system. It’s time to move from the individual to the collective when it comes to coaching as a developmental tool.
Each year, companies funnel billions of dollars into the executive coaching industry to help their leaders adapt to new expectations, but increasingly these efforts are falling short. What is getting in the way? The root of the problem is an overemphasis on individual accountability and an under-emphasis on the critical role of stakeholder support. In our session, we will introduce a coaching model that provides a clear road map for how to move from an individual view of leadership development through coaching to a collective approach that builds a strong internal coaching culture. We’ll explore how internal coaches can better support behaviour shifts in leaders and share the critical success factors for building action plans that drive accountability and results.
In this session, you’ll receive:
- A better understanding of why executive coaching can fall short.
- A model to effect positive and lasting changes in behaviour.
- A road map to help you action this new coaching strategy.
Glain Roberts-McCabe is the Founder and President of The Roundtable, a company where leaders cultivate their leadership together. The Roundtable is best known for their group and team-based coaching and mentoring systems that help organizations build the collective capability of their leaders in order to build leadership bench strength, break down silos, increase collaboration and accelerate business results. In 2014, The Roundtable was awarded a Gold Award by the Canadian Awards for Training Excellence for their peer coaching and mentoring program and in 2016 they were named Best External Consulting Advisory in Canada at the Canadian HR Awards. In 2018, Glain was named the RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur of the Year in the Micro Business category and the Roundtable team took home 3 International Stevie Awards celebrating the success of women in business. Glain is the author of the Amazon best-selling book ‘Did I REALLY Sign Up for This?!’ and believes that leadership is a privilege. Her personal mission is to inspire leaders to live their legacy now by connecting to their bigger purpose and passion so that work can be more fun and life can be more fulfilling.
Date and time: June 14, 2019 from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm ET
Fee: Members: Free & Non-members: $50.00
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