Churchill Coach Erin
Leadership Consultant & Strengths Coach

How to Build a Coaching Culture at your Organization

A growing number of organizations recognize the value in building a coaching culture that offers employees at all levels the opportunity to grow their skills, enhance performance and reach their professional goals. According to a 2017 Human Capital Institute and the International Coach Federation study, organizations with a strong coaching culture have a larger percentage of highly engaged employees than other organizations (61 percent, compared with 53 percent).

A coaching culture can help your organization provide regular valuable employee feedback and development, lead change management, and increase employee engagement. Plus – it accelerates the leadership capability of your managers/leaders as you equip them with powerful coaching skills and mindsets.

Does your firm have a solid coaching culture and capability foundation in place, or is it time you put a plan of action together?

Join Churchill’s Coach Erin, and CEO Jayne Jenkins, to learn about the foundational steps for building a culture of engagement and performance within your organization utilizing coaching skills.

Be prepared to learn:

  • How to motivate your leaders to want to coach
  • How coaching helps leaders give effective feedback
  • How to ensure coach training is effective and sustainable
  • Key factors to consider when building a coaching culture
  • Pro Tips from an Executive Coach: What not to do

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About Erin 

Erin decided to become an executive coach because she wants to help people do what they do best – both at work and in their personal life. Erin has spent her career helping business leaders, managers, and employees improve their performance and effectiveness through personal development workshops and coaching. She worked as a Management Consultant for Gallup, the research and consulting firm known for creating the Clifton StrengthsFinder® assessment and for their work with global public opinion and workplace polling. During her tenure at Gallup, Erin worked with Fortune 500 companies such as Microsoft, Best Buy, Hewlett Packard, Toyota, and Disney to provide training and coaching in the areas of management effectiveness, leadership development, Strengths-based performance management, employee engagement, and talent-based hiring. Erin earned her bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of California-Santa Barbara and received her MBA from Georgetown University in Washington, D


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