Ask The Coach
This webinar is for business professionals who are considering coach training and want to understand how coaching generates the critical people skills needed in today's workplace.
Research conducted by Harvard University, the Carnegie Foundation, and Stanford Research Center has concluded that 85% of job success comes from having well-developed soft and people skills, and only 15% of job success comes from technical skills and knowledge (hard skills).
Google recently commissioned a three-year study called Project Aristotle that attempted to determine the factors of a productive team. Findings were:
High-performing teams had high social sensitivity characterized by trust, mutual respect, and real connections.
In this webinar we will discuss how coach training can be an ideal step in adding important soft skills and agility skills to your career because of the results it can produce.
Join leadership coaches Mary Verstraete and Jim Reklis for an insightful discussion on the importance of coaching in the business world.
Ample time will be given to answer your questions.
Tuesday, October 10
Jim Reklis has extensive experience working with leaders in business and non-profits. His ability to develop and coach leaders to maximize thier strengths produces transformation results. Jim is known as a trusted advisor to business owners, executives, and non-profit leaders.
Jim is a CCE Trainer and president of Reklis Coaching and Consulting.
Mary is a leadership consultant and coach. She works with ambitious, successful business professionals achieve lasting valued success, reach for incalculable influence in those they lead, and create trusting environments where teams thrive. With over three decades of experience helping entrepreneurs, business owners, and senior management leverage their leadership, she is passionate about investing in leaders.
Mary is President and Cofounder of the Center for Coaching Excellence, a distinctive training organization that focuses on developing highly competent coaches through a mentor-training approach and a training model of coaching that easily transitions into professional and personal conversations. She continues to expanded coaching into diverse industries by developing customized coach training used in companies such as ExxonMobil, Chevron, and MJ Senior Housing.
To contact Mary, call: 612.246.4787