How We Coach Makes A Difference: New Research Finding
Friday, April 9, 2021 at 11:30 AM MT
Presenter: Jan Salisbury, MS, MCC
Anyone who coaches professionally believes that their coaching makes a difference. Examples and stories abound. How does current research illuminate the efficacy of what we do, and how the core competencies and coaching roadmaps work? This webinar zooms in and zooms out of the psychological and coaching research findings on the efficacy of coaching behaviors and their impact. By exploring what works and why, coaches can better focus on what may make a difference in their coaching and what may not. The workshop will engage the experiences of participants throughout.
- Why research matters in understanding coaching! Where does the research come from and how is it studied?
- Different kinds of empathy and the best way to communicate it to your client.
- Individual and organizational research on using strengths to grow and develop others.
- How narrowing goals, materializing obstacles and wide brackets solutions benefits results and performance.
- How creating coaching cultures can improve engagement in organizations.
- Understand how the current coaching and psychological studies illuminate the efficacy of coaching
- Develop specific awareness of why some core competencies deliver impact
- Challenge coach practitioners to apply research results to their own coaching
About Our Speaker
Jan Salisbury MS MCC is the president of Salisbury Consulting and a founding partner in Leaders Who Coach LLC. She is a Master Coach with ICF and mentors other coaches for ICF certification. She is also a Vistage Chair of a Small Business CEO/Owners and a Key Executive Peer Advisory Board in the Treasure Valley. For over 30 years, Jan Salisbury, MS MCC, has served leaders and organizations to create cultures in which everyone flourishes. As an executive coach, Vistage Chair and consultant, Jan Salisbury partners with her clients to stretch themselves and build their business. Her core competencies include facilitating accountable teams that operate from a shared fate, building growth mindset cultures, emotional intelligence, intercultural competency, and leading change. She is the co-founder of Leaders Who Coach a program that develops leaders to be coaches in their roles as they empower develop others. Through coaching, facilitated interventions and training programs, Jan has served the needs of a diverse range of clients, including Hewlett Packard, Group Health Cooperative, Simplot, Healthwise, American Seafoods, Universal Studios, The Inspire-Development Centers, States of Washington, Montana, Idaho and Oregon and City of Boise.
She is completing a book entitled: Leaders Who Coach: The Coach Approach to Leading. She is a co-founder and Past-President of the Board of the High Country Coaching Association of Idaho and spends her free time enjoying different cultures, playing on rivers, reading and bicycling with her husband.