March 2, 2016 • 9:30 - 12:00 PM [EVENT FULL]
An invitation only HR Forum hosted by Wellspring EAP for its partner organizations.
This activity, has been pre-approved for 2 Specified Credit Hours: HR (General) recertification towards GPHR, HRBP, HRMP, PHR and SPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.
As the craft of coaching becomes more accepted as a development tool for all employees, the HR professional can broaden their understanding of coaching to take advantage of this exciting opportunity to influence the next evolution of their organization's management potential.
Many HR professionals think coaching is just another name for what they have been doing for years - helping managers and executives increase their ability around working with people to ensure the organization runs smoothly and effectively. Focus is typically organizational and may include providing individual feedback, direction, advice, guidelines, etc.
HR Coaching, as it has evolved, has the HR professional partnering with the leader and focusing specifically on his/her individual development. Organizations often hire outside coaches to fulfill this need. Typically the focus is on partnering with the individual to determine their desired outcomes; then assisting them in setting goals, asking questions, growing their skills at their pace, sharing knowledge, and etc.
Do you want to grow your coaching skills? If so, come learn 6 tips for becoming an effective HR coach!
At the end of the session, HR professionals will come away understanding:
- Why trust is essential to becoming the in-house coach
- How to move from the “fix-it” mindset to the “coach approach”
- Why developing your own skills is key
- How using great coaching tools will help you succeed
- Why staying “judgement-free” can help you stay objective
- When to coach yourself and when to get outside coaching help
About the trainer
Carrie Larson, CVPCC, SPHR is an experienced leadership coach who guides professionals, emerging leaders and executives to develop their unique leadership style. She has spent 20+ years developing, coaching and guiding employees as a Human Resources leader. She has led the Human Resources function for several well-known Northwest organizations She brought her positive, can-do attitude and her love of helping others to her successful career.
Carrie is a Certified Professional Coach (CVPCC) through the Center for Coaching Mastery at CoachVille, an accredited training center through the International Coach Federation (ICF). Carrie is also a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) through the HR Certification Institute (HRCI).