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HR Leader…Are You Coachable? Accelerating HR Talent Development

Topic:
HR Leader…Are You Coachable? Accelerating HR Talent Development
Date:
January 29, 2013 at 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Dirk Baxter, Senior Talent Strategist(Leadership Futures, Inc.)
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Description
Before HR professionals can help their organizations tackle talent challenges outside the Human Resources function, they must successfully address their own effectiveness in leading. The first step is to assess where HR leaders stand now on their own leadership competencies, the second is to determine what improvements they should and need to make. To answer this call, HR leadership must be “coachable”.

The three biggest factors to drive sustainable change in any leader are:

1) Self-awareness of the leader – do you know your blind-spots/derailers?

2) “Coachability” of the leader – would you change if you did know them?

3) Supporting a leader’s change – will the organization let you change?

Unfortunately, often too little is being done to assess and improve HR talent. HR leaders are stretched to the limit and the very HR leaders pushing for their internal business partners to change and grow often ignore the most important client - themselves. It is imperative that we as professionals take the time to improve. In some ways we will be demonstrating to the organization that we aren’t afraid to take our own Leadership Development medicine.

Participants will gain insights into:
- Recommendations for assessment, coaching, and development for HR leaders

- How to assess one’s own “coachability”

- Active strategies to maximize support for long-term change of HR leaders

- The Habits that differentiate HR superstars from everyone else

- Tips for leveraging your experience to your supported functions

“If you know the enemy and know yourself you need not fear the results of a hundred battles”

Sun Tzu
Who Should Participate
Human Resources professionals, leaders, and/or Talent management leaders who are implementing assessment and coaching programs.
What You Will Learn
This 60 minute applied session is geared towards talent management professionals who wish to employ best practices in building their HR team, and an opportunity to assess their own “coachability”.

HR professionals will learn recommendations for assessment, coaching, and development for leaders. They will learn how to assess their own openness to coaching. Additionally, they will learn change strategies to support initiatives.

Finally, I will cover pointers on how to leverage your experience into the wider organization.

Recommended Resources
Visit: http://www.leadershipfutures.com/resources.html for these downloads: Click here
  • The Leadership Futures Coaching Process Checklist
  • “Assessing Coachability”
  • “Ways to Invest in the Future of Leadership”
  • “What Got you Here, Won’t Get You There” Free Access to Marshall Goldsmith Library

  • Further book resources:
  • What Got You Here Won’t Get You There, by Marshall Goldsmith
  • Slice of Trust: The Leadership Secret with the Hot & Fruity Filling, by David Hutchens
  • The Emotional Intelligence Quick Book, by Travis Bradberry
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    Leadership
    Performance Management
    Global Leadership
    Career Management
    Corporate Culture
    Leading Change
    HR Leadership
    Approaches and Systems (not software)
    Integrated Talent Management
    Developing Organizational Leadership Capabilities
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    Leadership Futures, Inc.

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