UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The Center for Workplace Performance will be hosting an online training on July 20–22, 2021 from 1:00–4:45 p.m. ET daily.
Spanning three consecutive afternoons, this online course will provide a comprehensive understanding of fundamental concepts, models, and values that are at the heart of coaching in the twenty-first century post-pandemic workplace. Whether you are a full-time coach, a human resource professional, or a leader expected to provide coaching support to your team, the issues addressed and opportunities to practice will be critical to effectively establishing a collaborative relationship and managing an outcomes-based focus with your coaching client.
SHRM: 10 recertification credits, approved
HRCI: 10 recertification credits, approved
Course Learning Objectives
1. Explain the key elements and guiding principles of Collaborative Coaching.
2. Identify and build on your strengths for delivering effective Collaborative Coaching.
3. Implement a personalized, skill development plan for more effective Collaborative Coaching.
4. Demonstrate how to engage and cultivate a coaching relationship using appropriate listening, questioning, and feedback techniques.
Read the full course outline and agenda here.
Register for the course here.
About the Instructor
Michael Edenhart-Pepe, Ph.D. is a Professor of Practice at Penn State’s School of Labor and Employment Relations where he teaches graduate students and provides career coaching support to both students and alumni. Prior to joining Penn State, he held senior HR leadership roles for 25 years with “best in class” organizations including GE, the Yale Health System, and Virtua Health.
At the Yale Health System, he launched the Institute for Excellence to develop talent and ensure the continuity of effective leadership across the organization with 13,000 employees. While at GE Healthcare, he introduced an innovative, leadership development program of self-discovery and delivered it to GE leaders across the globe. Dr. Edenhart-Pepe’s efforts at transforming HR led to his team at Virtua Health being awarded 2012 HR Department of the Year in the Delaware Valley. He received training from the International Coaching Federation and the American College of Executive Coaches and in each of his industry roles coached C-suite executives, Board members, and aspiring leaders.
Michael received his Ph.D. in instructional process and his M.A. in educational psychology from Washington University in St. Louis. He has published articles for the International Organizational Development Journal, ATD, HRO Today, and SHRM on succession planning, sustaining leadership development, generations in the workplace, and the illusiveness of trust. He has also been a featured expert on coaching and mentoring for USA Today.
July 2, 2021