Lead Like a Coach, Minus the Whistle
The process of coaching is designed to inspire individuals to maximize their potential. During this session, you will be introduced to four specific, immediately applicable, evidenced-based coaching actions designed to help you start, or rev-up your Lead Like a Coach mindset (minus the whistle).
Project Oxygen is the code name that Google assigned to an internal research project that started back in 2008. The purpose of this ongoing study is to determine what makes a manager great at Google. A list of ten behaviors was created. The very first behavior on that thoughtfully developed, research-based list... Being a good coach. Yes, being a good coach! This should not be surprising as the process of coaching is designed to inspire individuals to maximize their potential. It is a process that has the capability to unleash extraordinary levels of individual creativity, innovation, engagement, and overall performance. By explicitly attending to the whole person, coaching is a process that will enable you to build stronger and more meaningful relationships with your team - especially during these turbulent and challenging times. During this session, you will be introduced to 4 specific, immediately applicable, evidenced-based coaching actions designed to help you start, or rev-up your Lead Like a Coach mindset (minus the whistle).
Speaker: Joe Schaffer
Executive Coaching, Leadership Development, Human Resources Strategy
Joe Schaffer is the Founder and President of f/32 Partners, an executive coaching, leadership development, training, and human resources strategy consultancy. He also serves as an executive coach for the Rutgers Business School’s Executive MBA (EMBA) program and is an instructor at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst’s Hiring our Heroes program.
Previously, Schaffer was the Associate Dean of Executive Education at the Rutgers Business School.
Prior to joining Rutgers, Schaffer was the Vice-President of Human Resources for the Americas, Middle East, Africa, and Asia, for TNT (now a subsidiary of FedEx), a progressive Netherlands-based global logistics and transport organization of 160,000 employees.
Schaffer has a Master’s in Human Resource Management from Rutgers University and holds a Post Graduate Award in Business and Management from the Warwick Business School in the U.K. He earned his Executive Coaching certificate from the Columbia Business School.
If you have any questions, you may contact our Executive Education team directly at 1-848-445-2020.
This event is free.