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2018 Luncheon: Adapt Your Approach to Thinking and Problem Solving Using Cognitive Coaching
May 17 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Presentation: Adapt Your Approach to Thinking and Problem Solving Using Cognitive Coaching
Event: $25/members; $35/non-members
This program directly supports business management and strategy as participants will learn how coaching can be used to establish and enhance productive and supportive relationships with individuals who assist in achieving the organization’s strategic goals and objectives.
This session will teach HR Professionals a coaching model that they can, in turn, teach to leaders in their organization.
Cognitive Coaching helps leaders and employees to create clarity around their contribution to strategic goal attainment using a structured “Planning Conversation” coaching map.
Employees become effective problem solvers through their own challenges as they complete performance goals and objectives when coaches utilize the structured “Problem Solving” coaching map.
Support individuals and organizations in becoming self-directed, and in turn, become self-managing, self-monitoring and self-modifying. The results are stronger individuals within a team and better organizational teams overall.
Presented by: Amy Mulholland and Lauren Soli
Amy Mulholland, Director of Learning and Organizational Development at Eastern Michigan University, establishes organization-wide processes that help realize the Vision, Mission and Strategic Plan of the University. She specializes in facilitating change and transition through strategic planning, executive coaching, team building and visioning. Prior to Eastern Michigan, Amy worked in the automotive industry for large organizations such as Bosch, Benteler and TRW with an emphasis on global Organizational and Leadership Development. Amy has a B.A. in Behavioral Psychology from Western Michigan University and a M.A. in Performance Improvement and Instructional Design from the University of Michigan. In her free time, Amy enjoys golfing, gardening, boating and traveling.
Lauren Soli, Learning and Development Consult at Eastern Michigan University, works in the areas of Strategy and Alignment, Strategic Planning, Performance Goals/Action Plans, Metrics, Scoreboard, Talent Review & Strategic Development of Employees, Leadership Development, Performance Management (including electronic system implementation and administration), Learning Management System Administration, Succession Planning & Talent Reviews and Coaching.