Join us for a panel presentation of generally accepted and empirically based best practices for effective feedback in executive coaching given by a team from the Masters of Science in Executive Coaching program, McColl School of Business at Queens University of Charlotte.
The program will address:
- Aspects of feedback for coaches to consider as they develop their coaching practices
- Generally accepted best practices regarding feedback from empirical knowledge
- Practical feedback techniques and approaches from practicing executive coaches
- Recommendations for coaches as they incorporate feedback into their coaching practices
Speakers: Kathy Sullivan, Jerry Allen, and Susan McConnell
Kathy Sullivan has over 26 years experience in management, organizational effectiveness and leadership. She is passionate about helping her clients reach a higher level of performance, awareness and overall wellbeing by employing innovation, creativity, appreciative inquiry and strength-based philosophies.
Jerry Allen is an experienced HR professional with a strong foundation as a business partner, coach, and consultant to management. He is currently a P&O (HR) Partner for Novozymes North America, Inc. where he supports global and local strategic initiatives focused on organizational development. Prior to joining Novozymes, Jerry worked as an HR Manager at Harris Teeter Supermarkets and Eckerd Drugs.
Susan L. McConnell, SPHR, Director of Human Resources and the Associate Director of Education at the Duke Endowment. Susan has over 25 years of Human Resources experience in areas such as leadership development, management training, recruiting, and employee relations. As a coach, Susan assists individuals and teams in areas such as leadership development, change management, team performance, performance management, and career development. She has provided coaching services for individuals in both the non-profit and corporate sectors.
CCEUs: 1.5 hours -- Application submitted to ICF
Directions to the RTP Radisson
- ICF Core Competancies 40%
- Personal Development of the Coach 40%
- Other skill and tool applicable to Coaching 20%
Event sponsored by
The Business Coach Institute
at North Carolina State University