Empower Teams Through Effective Group Coaching
When: May 3, 2017, 6:00pm-8:00pm
Last date for On-line Registration: 4/28/2017
Given the issues that show up while collaborating on projects, especially across groups of different departments or organizations, Companies are establishing a culture of peer/team coaching and we invite you to learn about this industry movement! Being part of a peer coaching group will mitigate and remove obstacles that come in the way of successful cooperation, with positive results for you, your team and the work that needs to be done.
Team Coaching is a process in the form of dialogue that leverages insights and experiences of group members to attain personal and professional growth and team success. Join us to learn this unique model of coaching.
Let’s look at team (or peer) coaching as a process for enabling two or more people to collaborate in helping one another to become more successful in their work, project delivery and cross team collaboration. It’s also a way to share plans and progress to overcome obstacles and resolve problems by creating a culture of influence through a solution-focused process.
Join us to learn the basic skills on how team coaching groups operate. You’ll learn and practice:
· Guidelines on being a coach and coachee
· Active listening skills and how to ask open ended, provocative questions
· Advocacy: Coaching skills, not advising
· Understand limiting beliefs
· Process to establish goals, understand restrictions, create opportunities, and an action plan
Energy Leadership Index: In addition, you’ll also learn about the Energy Leadership Index. The ELI ties well with group/peer coaching as it is a one-of-a-kind assessment that enables leaders to hold up mirrors to their perceptions, attitudes, behaviors and overall leadership capabilities. The ELI provides a baseline for your current level of awareness, performance, and effectiveness. With this assessment, you’ll understand how you show up at work and how it relates to leadership excellence. You’ll then understand how it can help you shift your attitude to present yourself in a way that inspires greatness in others and what skills will get you there.
About the Speaker:
Theresa Strickland, Executive HR Advisor to Start Ups & Leadership Coach
Theresa Strickland has held Executive Leadership positions leading and building people processes for startup and high growth organizations with 100% YOY growth throughout her career. Currently she is an advisor and coach to executive leaders and organizations seeking to build great operational people practices to include talent acquisition, talent management, leadership development, culture and strategy alignment. Her passion is to help leaders and organizations achieve personal and professional success. She is an iPEC Coach, Energy Leadership Master Practitioner, has taught and coached professionals at all levels of an organization. She holds a BA Degree, in Public Relations & Human Development, University of the Pacific.
Robert Giannicola, Professional Coach, Facilitator, Instructional Designer
Roberto Giannicola, Coach, Facilitator and instructional designer with several years of training, facilitation and project management experience, brings expertise in working with emerging leaders in high tech and multi-cultural environments. He specializes in coaching transitions from expert to leader, to build emotional intelligence and gain the essential leadership skills and confidence to succeed. His passion is to inspire growth in others to achieve their professional and personal dreams. He is an iPEC Coach, Energy Leadership Master Practitioner, Leadership Strategies Certified Facilitator, he holds Dale Carnegie Certifications, a Human Education Certification and a BA Degree in Business, Switzerland.
PM Insights - Fremont is an excellent opportunity for members and non-members to network with peers and stay on top of our ever-changing Silicon Valley career environment and the skills needed to survive. The event is a combination of networking, career environment scanning, and a topical presentation on a career management related subject. For Project Management Professionals (PMP) the event offers educational credit toward maintaining your certification credential.
Meeting Leader: Holger Kist
PDU Info: 1.5 - Category A PDU claiming instructions
Food: Complimentary snacks and non-alcoholic beverages
A limited number of registrations can be accepted at the door on a first come, first served basis. Once this limit has been reached, the event will be closed to additional attendees.
PMI Silicon Valley Members: $20
Non Members: $30
This event is a professional society meeting, held for the benefit of its members. The Plan Ahead registration fee paid is based on the registrant's ability to commit to attendance, ahead of time. The Plan Ahead registration fee will not be refunded for any reason, other than event cancellation, after normal business hours (5:00 PM, Pacific) on the registration deadline day. The PMI - Silicon Valley Chapter reserves the right to make last minute changes to program content and speakers, as circumstances dictate.