A Coach’s Mindset in Times of Transition
This interactive session will explore what it takes to develop and implement what, arguably, will be the most important skill for times of transition. A leader’s ability to maneuver in an ever-changing dynamic world requires a coaching mindset. We will decipher how a coaching mindset looks in action and look at how such a mindset can transform your professional journey.
- Create awareness around how a coaching mindset differs from other common approaches.
- Understanding of how a coaching mindset can transform your professional journey.
- Identify the key skill areas of a coaching mindset and specific ways to develop each.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
As the Managing Consultant at the Carpenter Group, Brooke Carpenter is on a mission to rid the world of crummy, underperforming teams. She works with executives who are forward thinkers, ready to defy the status quo and willing to rethink the organization’s human capital challenges.
Brooke is a Leadership and Team Coach with 15 years of experience building and optimizing teams. Brooke has an MBA with a focus in Leadership and Management, is a certified human resources practitioner, and an ICF certified coach. Throughout her career, she has focused on helping leaders maximize their team’s fullest potential.
She coaches leaders who value authenticity and continually seek opportunities to learn and grow. She challenges teams to excel despite ever-changing priorities. The Carpenter Group offers coaching, workshops and training solutions, and facilitation services. And specializes in transforming organizations one person at a time.
For more information, contact Brooke at email@example.com.
Plan to join us after the meeting to gather together for lunch and networking.
Admission is free.
Doors open at 9:45 AM for networking.The program starts at 10 AM at our NEW location:
1325 G St NW, 1st floor