Leveraging the Power of Peer Coaching in an Evolving Workforce
Today’s workforce is evolving and changing quicker than most organizations can keep up with. With right-sizing, matrixed reporting structures, multi-generational teams and remote workforces; peer coaching can be an answer to many of your organizations challenges.
Join us for May’s Talent Development LAB where we will explore the potential for building a coaching culture through peer-to-peer coaching. Explore a framework that establishes a foundation for overcoming some of the practical challenges to coaching in organizations.
Learn how to create and reap the benefits an internal coaching network regardless of industry, workforce size, or geographic footprint.
Stacy Henry, CPLP, a member of the 2016 Nashville ATD Board will be leading our interactive discussion.
More about our LAB facilitator:
Stacy Henry is the Director of Enterprise Leadership and Teammate Development for Bridgestone Americas and their 55,000 employees. She is an experienced senior learning and performance professional with a strong focus on aligning learning directly to organizational and business goals. Stacy directly partners with all levels of Leadership to provide recommended ‘out of the box’ solutions to support her organization’s business needs.
Formerly, Director of Learning for North American Operations at Iron Mountain, Stacy led the efforts to create a world-class role specific new-hire program and Peer-Coaching model for Iron Mountain’s global front-line workforce. During her tenure with Iron Mountain, Ms. Henry and her team were the recipients of multiple external learning awards including 2014 Training Magazine Top 125, 2013 Chief Learning Officer (CLO®) Gold Learning in Practice Award in Business Collaboration, CUBIC® 2013 Best Job Aligning L&D with Corporate Goals and CUBIC®: 2013 Learning Leader of the Year.