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Webinar: 

Coaching & Being Coached

 

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NEPPA Webinar Series        |       Thursday, May 28, 2020 (11:00 am - 12:00 pm EST)

 

 

Note: Participants will be awarded one (1.0) Professional Development Hour (PDH) upon completion of this webinar.

 

 

NEPPA Webinar Series

NEPPA and Collaborative Learning, Inc. have partnered to offer a series of four 1-hour webinars to help NEPPA members better understand regulatory requirements, leadership skills, a changing workforce, and emerging technologies in the utility industry.   

 

The NEPPA Webinar Series is being offered as part of NEPPA's Public Utility Management Program (PUMP).  Participation in at least two of four webinars is expected as part of completing PUMP.

 

The 1-Hour Coaching & Being Coached Webinar will be held Thursday, May 28th beginning at 11:00 am and covers the following:

 

  • Coaching: some definitions
  • Coaching: why needed
  • ACCESS Dimensions and challenges of change
  • Coaching continuum & models
  • Application to change situations
  • Saboteur and resistance
  • Your situation

 

This webinar session focuses on coaching as a way to help yourself and others overcome resistance to change. It provides structure and guidance for your own leadership and professional development as well as for coaching others in their development as they work through inevitable workplace changes.

 

Coaching is a specific skill that must be developed over time.  By focusing on resistance to change, the webinar leader(s) will provide guidance and methods that are different from the typical managerial approach to coaching.

 

 

Registration

Members: $80

Non-Members: $125

 

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Cancellations

Cancellations are accepted until Thursday, May 14, 2020. Substitutions may be made at any time.

 

 

Webinar Facilitator

Betsy Aylin, Ph.D., is an executive and consultant with Collaborative Learning/Collaboration Unlimited in Austin, Texas. Betsy has broad expertise in leadership development, organization effective- ness and workforce planning. She has worked in an array of industries, including nearly 20 years with public utilities. Betsy has served as adjunct faculty for graduate level programs in the College of Business Administration at the University of Texas-Austin and in the Masters in Leadership and Ethics program at St. Edwards University in Austin.

 

 

Mike Renquist, D.Min., is an organizational development consultant and trainer with Collaborative Learning/Collaboration Unlimited in Austin, Texas. He has more than 25 years of experience in a variety of sectors and has trained more than 150 organizations nationwide. He has designed and implemented programs on process re-engineering, managerial and leadership development, and employee performance assessment and improvement. For 11 years, he was adjunct faculty for the Business Leadership Center at the Cox Business School.

 

Questions? 

 

Please contact Sarah Elise Braese, Director of Education & Programs at sbraese@neppa.org or call (978) 540-2205.