The USC HR Learning and Organizational Development Office invites you to join our third annual Coaching Conference, “Coaching for Impact: Fostering Positive Change in the Workplace,” which takes place at the Davidson Continuing Education Center (DCC), UPC on Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2024 from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The primary goal of the conference is to continue to develop and sustain a coaching culture within USC.
A coaching culture is one in which everyone demonstrates coaching skills such as being open and curious, cultivating trust, actively listening, providing feedback, and facilitating growth. As a result, it improves communication and promotes belonging within the USC community.
Interested participants can register here. The registration fee is $25.
NOTE: Registration has currently reached capacity.
Who should attend? Those interested in learning about coaching, recent graduates of a coach training program or anyone who is interested in supporting the coaching culture.
The learning outcomes of this interactive conference will be:
- Gaining a better understanding of how coaching will improve communication and trust within their teams.
- Learning how to apply coaching principles following ICF framework to build meaningful relationships with those they support.
- Learning about coaching trends.
The topics and panelists are:
Keynote: Our Values in Action: Creating a Coaching Culture
Chris Shea, Special Projects Manager, USC Culture Team
Leadership for Today and the Future: Coaching Skills for Performance
Dr. Damian Goldvarg, Global Leadership Development Expert and Executive Coach, Goldvarg Consulting
Core Values to Support Outstanding Career Development
Liz Mohler, PCC Executive Coach and Career Consultant
Influence From the Inside Out: Putting Coaching Skills to Work
Dr. Heather Backstrom, Author, Speaker and Coach
Dr. Jody Tolan, Assistant Professor of Clinical, Founding Director, Robert J Coury Applied Leadership Program, USC Marshall School of Business
Session #4: Coaching Demonstration and Discussion
Following the conference, attendees are invited to join a no-host happy hour.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.