What is the biggest challenge many leaders face when developing in their role?

Recognizing that addressing performance issues is the main part of their job, and that it actually fosters productive relationships with their employees.  Managers often express frustration with wanting to get to their “real work” rather than spending so much time on the “people stuff”. But for leaders, the “people stuff” is the real work.

In this webinar, you will:

  • Understand three key factors that help leaders embrace their primary role of engaging in performance coaching conversations with employees
  • Gain a practical tool for starting and ending performance conversations 
  • Enhance your coaching skills and strengthen the relationship between you and your employees

Mark your calendar and join the learning on July 24, 2024 at 1:00 PM ET.

Register to Attend

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Your Facilitator

Linda Allen-Hardisty

Linda Allen-Hardisty is an organizational development professional who earned a Master Certified Coach (MCC) designation from the International Coach Federation, and an EMCC Global Individual Team Coaching Accreditation. Linda earned an Organizational Development Certificate from Queen’s University IRC and a Master of Education from the University of Regina. She is a Forbes Coaches Council member known for her practical approach to OD challenges. Over her 20-year career, Linda has helped leaders enhance their success, serving as a facilitator and advisor in executive development, strategy, team effectiveness, and emotional intelligence. Linda’s experience spans various industries, including oil and gas, healthcare, and government, where she held leadership roles and drove cultural transformations.

Linda facilitates our Performance Coaching program.

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