Creating a Coaching Culture in Your Organization

Creating a Coaching Culture in Your Organization

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Creating a coaching culture within an organization can seem like an overwhelming task, even if you’re a seasoned coach; but today we’re breaking it down to the basics with an expert.

Whether you’re running a family-owned business as a solopreneur or climbing the corporate ladder in a large organization, we’ve got what you need to bring coaching into your work culture.

Walk away knowing how to:

  • Establish clear expectations and overcome the obstacles you’ll encounter when introducing a coaching culture.
  • Empower employees to utilize their strengths and reap the benefits of having a coach approach integrated into the heart and soul of your company.
  • Plant meaningful growth opportunities into your operational plan so everyone can experience a smooth transition.

About Chris Heinz

Chris Heinz is the Vice President of Human Resources for EnergyCAP, Inc., which is an energy management software company. His main role is fostering employee success as he leads hiring, benefits, and professional development initiatives by focusing on establishing clear expectations, empowering employees to use their strengths, and planning meaningful growth.

Chris is a certified professional coach through PCCI, the International Coach Federation and Gallup Organization. He likes to coach, speak, and write on the topics of employee engagement, strengths, and coaching, and is a frequent contributor to the blog at www.ChristianLifeCoaching.com.

Chris is the creator of the Munyay Coach Marketplace, which helps people to love their life and work through a professional coach marketplace they can afford. Through Munyay, customers and clients can connect for powerful breakthroughs, engaged organizations, and changed lives. Chris is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management. He is married with three children and lives in central Pennsylvania. Find out more at www.Munyay.com.