Lunchtime Learning: Coaching in Organizational Settings – A Career Counselling Panel for Coaches

  • Tuesday, February 06, 2018
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Zoom Room
  • 33


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Feb 6, 2018, 12 noon - 1:30 pm PST

Presented by a Panel of Experienced Coaches and Organizational Consultants

1.5 Resource Development 
Members $15, Non-members $25
Hosted by ICF Washington State

Description of Webinar

Are you interested in getting insiders’ perspectives on how it’s like to coach in an organizational setting? Are you considering a coaching career with organizations but don’t know where to start? Are you new to the coaching industry and interested in exploring the possible career options with a coaching credential?

Join us for a diversity panel discussion with experienced coaches and organizational development consultants to learn how it’s like to coach in organizations of various sizes, and the tips for developing a coaching career that supports organizations.

What you will learn:

This panel discussion will explore the list of topics below, interwoven with specific project experiences as examples:

  • How is coaching being used in organizational settings today? What are some emerging trends?
  • Who are the customers and collaborators for coaching in an organizational setting? How do various roles collaborate together?
  • What are some relevant skills and tools being used in coaching for organizations? How do we measure success?
  • What are some typical challenges involved in working with organizations?
  • How would coaches prepare themselves for getting opportunities to coach with organizations?

About the panel:

Janet Harvey

Janet M. Harvey, ICF Master Certified Coach, Certified Mentor Coach, Accredited Coaching Supervisor, ICF Global Past President, has 30 years of experience as both a corporate and entrepreneurial business executive. An early adopter for creating a coach-centered workplace, Janet has worked with global organizations and teams of leaders within to establish a generative, resilient and high-performance culture through a coaching approach to leading and managing success. Janet Harvey brings her executive and entrepreneurial experience as CEO for inviteCHANGE, leaders in sustainable excellence through a signature generative coaching and learning process for people, processes and system, Generative WholenessTM. Clients and audiences around the globe speak of Janet as bold, curious, provocative, challenging, yet respectful and compassionate in her leadership roles. Visit Janet at inviteCHANGE.    

Carol Hedley

Carol Hedly, program director of Microsoft Software & Systems Academy (MSSA) for Military Affairs at Microsoft, oversees MSSA, which prepares transitioning military personnel for jobs in the IT industry by focusing on IT training, resources and job placement opportunities. A 15-year Microsoft employee, Carol has designed and delivered award-winning leadership and executive development programs for Microsoft. Carol founded the Military Veterans at Microsoft Employee Resource Group and served as president for five years. Carol is a contributing author on “Coaching for Leadership: Writings on Leadership From the World’s Greatest Coaches” and “Lessons in Contemporary Leadership,” a collection of authentic leadership stories from senior Microsoft leaders.

Denise Tegel

Denise Tegel was an Executive and Leadership Coach for sixteen years at the Boeing Company.  As coaching became more known as an instrumental leadership development method, she was recruited to develop and manage a Leadership Coaching program for middle and first-level managers.  She established an experienced team of internal professional Boeing coaches with a charter to coach and support Operations managers with a focus on developing leaders to their highest potential, both professionally and personally, in alignment with the company’s desired business results.  After retiring from Boeing, Denise is now Principal of DMT Consulting, LLC, focusing on developing strong leaders and effective teams through individual and team coaching, leadership development and team effectiveness. 

Mikaela Kiner

Mikaela Kiner is a native Seattleite who’s spent the last fifteen years in HR leadership roles at Seattle based companies including Microsoft, Starbucks, Amazon, PopCap Games and Redfin. In 2015 she founded uniquelyHR, providing flexible HR for fast growing companies. uniquelyHR works with early stage startups and scale-ups offering HR consulting, leadership development, and executive coaching. Mikaela enjoys creative problem solving and is known for her empathy. She is an ICF credentialed coach who enjoys working with executives and high potential women leaders. Visit Mikaela at uniquelyHR.