October ICF Chapter Meeting
Creating a Culture of Coaching in the Workplace
Workplace expectations are shifting. There is a growing demand for real-time feedback that grows talent. This requires a stronger coaching muscle within organisations. During this sessions we will explore steps to help you evaluate the health of a coaching culture within an organisation and a starting point and guide to build a culture of coaching within a workplace.
- Role of a coach in today’s new workplace culture
- 5 practical ways to foster Strengths-based coaching in workplaces
- Connecting Strengths-based coaching with business objectives
- Bring Strengths coaching into performance management
- Equipping managers to leverage strengths in coaching
Purva Hassomal manages Gallup's Learning & Development across Asia Pacific and is responsible for ensuring the quality and delivery of all learning interventions for Gallup's clients in the region.Purva's mission is to build capacity within client organisations to improve bottom and top-line performance through effective and high quality learning solutions and leadership development. Her work helps organizations build engaged workplaces, measure individual contributions, and align employees' roles with their talents. She also helps managers understand and implement best practices that engage employees and customers and increases productivity, profitability, and retention. In addition to managing and delivering learning programmes for Gallup's clients, Purva delivers Gallup's Accelerated Strengths Coaching public courses in Asia-Pacific.
Prior to joining Gallup, Purva was MD for an Oil & Gas boutique consultancy based in Dubai, UAE, dedicated to serving the needs of Oil and Gas professionals across the MENA and Asia Pacific region, through a range of learning & development solutions and events addressing technical, career and training issues. She frequently facilitated technical and interactive workshops for Oil and Gas engineers. She has over 10 years’ experience in Learning & Development and has also produced a number B2B conferences, workshops and training sessions throughout her career, with clients ranging from Fortune 500 organisations and family-owned conglomerates to government and non-for profit bodies, across financial services, real-estate, energy, retail, automotive, marketing and education.
Purva received her degree in Communications & Media from Brunel University in the UK, and is fluent in Spanish.
Note : 7:30-8:00pm - Networking / 8:00-9:15pm - Program
|Event Date||[ 23-Oct-2017 ] @ 7:30 pm|
|Event End Date||[ 23-Oct-2017 ] @ 9:15 pm|
|Location||Froth, No. 2 Finlayson Green, Ascott Raffles Place, Singapore 049247|