GMA SHRM Strategic Summit

Topic:  Creating a Coaching Culture

Presented by:
- Diane Hamilton, PCC, SPHR, Owner and Founder of Calibra

Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Alliant Energy Center
Madison, WI

 

This program has been pre-approved by HRCI for 3.0 hours General Credit.

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Presentation Description • Presenter Bio

Schedule

8:00-8:30

Registration, Continental Breakfast and Networking

8:30-11:30

Creating a Coaching Culture Presentation

 

 

Location & Directions

Alliant Energy Center

1919 Alliant Energy Center Way
Madison, WI 53713

1-608-267-3976
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Fees & Registration

Program

GMA SHRM Member

$35

 

Non-Member

$45

 

Students

$20

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Non Member Registration

The GMA SHRM Philanthropy Committee is supporting Operation Homefront by collecting items for care packages to send to troops now mainly stationed in Afghanistan.  Chapter members can bring any item on the Operation Homefront list  to a Strategic Summit or Toolbox and drop it in the designated donation box.  

To support the SHRM Foundation, the committee will also be collecting the following items in new or gently used condition throughout the program year to hold a book sale at the GMA SHRM Human Capital Conference on May 15, 2012 .

Professional development books, Personal development books,  Children’s books, Fiction and DVDs

For more information visit our Philanthropy Information Page.

 

Presentation Description

As HR professionals, we influence corporate culture in many ways.  Culture consists of the unwritten rules we live by, the traditions we uphold, the beliefs, values and assumptions that shape the way we live and work together.  It is reinforced through various HR systems we implement (e.g., talent management, incentives/rewards, team development, and performance management). 

Your organization feels it would be a competitive advantage to build more of a “coaching culture.”  Talent development is considered a strategic imperative and coaching from the C-Suite to the frontline is an important part of that.  It is on your plate to champion the effort; but, you have a sense that there is a wide gulf between the current culture and the ideal “coaching culture.”

This highly interactive session examines the importance of organizational culture and its effect on the achievement of organizational strategies and goals.  We’ll define what a “coaching culture” looks like and examine the important role coaching plays in talent development and high performance.  We will provide specific ideas for developing a coaching culture and challenge participants to model the skills and behaviors essential for success.
 

Attendees will:

1. Examine the importance of organizational culture and its affect on the achievement of organizational strategies and goals.
2. Discuss the impact HR professionals have on creating a coaching culture.
3. Define what a “coaching culture” looks like; identify specific ideas for developing a coaching culture; and, determine how to model the skills and behaviors necessary for success.
 
 



Our Presenter

Diane Hamilton, PCC, SPHR, Calibra

Diane Hamilton, PCC, SPHR, is the owner and founder of Calibra, a coaching and consulting firm focused on maximizing leadership potential.  Diane’s passion is to build better workplaces and improve work lives. 

Diane has worked with organizations large and small, across a variety of industries throughout the United States and across the globe.  She brings 25 years of practical leadership, management, and business experience to her coaching, training and consulting. 

Previous speaking engagements/workshops:  WI State SHRM Conference, GMA SHRM, Fox Valley SHRM, Nebraska State SHRM Conference, client conferences (keynote and/or breakout session), over 20 years experience facilitating training workshops.
 

 

For more information contact:

GMA SHRM Management Team
2830 Agriculture Dr.
Madison, WI 53718
(608) 204-9814
fax (608) 204-9818
chapteradmin@gmashrm.org

Program Schedule subject to change.

 

 

 
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