Organizational investment in coaching has grown substantially in recent years, with good reason: Businesses need managers who can lead teams through change, stress and economic upheaval. And executive coaching can prepare leaders and leadership teams for transition and growth and help them level up their management skills.
However, a growing body of research indicates that focusing on coaching without coachability may prove costly. Highly coachable leaders have been found to foster greater levels of employee engagement and retention, and research shows highly coachable individuals achieve significantly higher levels of performance, agility and promotability.
Join CLO for this deep dive into the compelling case for coachability.
|Welcome Address||5 MIN||11:00-11:05 AM EST|
|Panel Discussion + Q&A||60 MIN||11:05-12:05 AM EST|
|FastTalk||20 MIN||12:05-12:25 PM EST|
|Research/Audience-Polling||20 MIN||12:25-12:45 PM EST|
|Closing Address||5 MIN||12:45-12:50 PM EST|