November 9, 2019
This session is for anyone who leads a team, or who needs to influence without authority.
- To better understand the impact that coaching skills can have on leadership and your organization’s talent experience
- To learn the basic elements fundamental to good coaching
- To practice different coaching conversations in a safe learning environment
- To discuss best practices around giving feedback
- Practical and fun activity around giving direct, constructive feedback
- Coaching frameworks to use when you go back to your team
- Neuroscience behind behavior and coaching
- Lots of interactive discussion and opportunities to raise behavioral challenges you may be experiencing in your organization
- Practical application of coaching skills
- Ideas and techniques on how to implement a ‘coach approach’ in your leadership/management conversations
|Date:||Saturday, November 9, 2019|
|Time:||Registration & Breakfast: 8:00 am – 9:00 am | Session: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm|
|Location:||Executive Airport Plaza Hotel, 7311 Westminster Hwy Richmond, BC|
|Cost:||$80 + GST – (Early bird – ends on Oct.26) | $85 + GST (regular)|
|CPD | Level:||3 hours | General|
*Complimentary Parking provided by the hotel (We will be sending out a parking pass prior to the event)
Jennifer Gervès-Keen, MA, MCEC Named in 2018 and again in 2019 by CEO Today Magazine as one of the top 100 outstanding consultancy experts across the globe, Jennifer Gervès-Keen is a Master Corporate Executive Coach, a designation reserved for coaches operating at mastery levels within organizational environments. After 12 years working in France to hone her communication and business skills in both languages, Jennifer moved back to Canada in 2005.
Through the creation of her business JGK Consulting in 2008, Jennifer’s goal was – and remains – raising the bar in executive development to develop better leaders in order to create and sustain great business. In order to create organizational learning experiences that actually had impact and greater skills retention, Jennifer started exploring neuroscience and its connection to leadership behaviour in 2013, and has since made it a foundational pillar of the company’s program content and design.
She became a Certified Mentor Coach in 2016 to expand services for clients who wished to become better leaders through learning how to be coaches. Jennifer strongly believes that making a positive impact on organizations through good leadership is one way of successfully navigating the constant challenges people face in today’s society.