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Many organizations experienced a large transition of their workforce going to remote work last year. This has benefited many with greater flexibility but also presented challenges when it comes to keeping employees engaged and ensuring their overall wellbeing for sustainable productivity and results.
A critical tool to keep remote employees engaged is a coaching culture that gets people throughout the organization the answers/assistance/support they need, when they need it- even while working remotely, to get desired results.
In this webinar, Seth Connors, co-author of the No. 1 National Bestseller Get a Coach | Be a Coach will introduce a self-directed approach for people getting the help they need with a new process called Self-Directed Performance Coaching®. This framework helps organizations of all sizes create a coaching culture where everyone can get a coach and be a coach to dramatically accelerate collaboration, knowledge transfer, and overall engagement, regardless of where they are working, to drive the results needed in 2021.
- Learn how to scale coaching in your organization to support current reshaping/pivoting of the business
- Strategically point your coaching culture at 2021 objectives.
- Reinforce and accelerate ongoing results to achieve end-of-year targets.
Seth Connors is a founding Partner at Zero to Ten. He began his career at Partners In Leadership where he worked as a Training Solutions Specialist and Marketing Associate. He continued as an Organizational Effectiveness Consultant at Mitchell International where he led an enterprise-wide Culture Change Initiative and facilitated trainings for the Executive and Senior Leadership Teams.
Seth holds an MBA from Utah State University and a bachelor of science from Brigham Young University-Idaho where he was named as a Newel K. Whitney Outstanding Graduate in Business Management.
He is proficient in the Spanish Language and has lived abroad. In his free time, he enjoys training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and spending time with his family.