Friday, April 23, 2020 – 2:10 PM
The HR Professional has many hats to wear and roles to play to be highly effective and impactful. One of the most important is coaching. And there are different coaching postures that can be taken even in the same day. Learn the foundations about coaching, how it is different from consulting and how it is manifested for HR professionals on a daily basis. Become an even more trusted advisor by becoming highly intentional in your coaching efforts.
- To distinguish between consulting, coaching and directing as an HR professional and when to use each
- To understand and leverage the differences between spot coaching, coaching, advising and counseling
- To leverage the foundations of good coaching in the manifestations of coaching modalities
Michael T. Denisoff M.B.A., P.C.C. LEED-AP is an expert in the disciplines of strategy and business, organizational effectiveness, training and development, executive coaching and human resource excellence. Currently Michael is the President and CEO of Employers Resource Association. Michael has worked as a consultant with organizations across a wide range of industries, including retail, telecommunications, technology, healthcare and service-related fields. Previous clients include NASA, Honda, Home Depot, Parke Davis and IBM. Michael is also regularly retained as an executive coach by CEOs and other high-level corporate executives. He has succeeded in a variety of leadership roles within organizations including head of Talent for Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, VP of Talent Management and Organizational Development for Luxottica and Senior Manager of Organizational Development and Learning for Neutrogena. Michael began his career with the Covey Leadership Center, headed by Stephen Covey, the renowned author of “The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People.” Michael received his master’s in business administration from Loyola Marymount University and his bachelor’s degree from the University of Notre Dame, where he was a member of its 1988 national championship football team. Michael is a multi-disciplinarian also well-versed in philosophy, music, athletics, improvisational comedy, social issues and primitive living.