Creating a World-Class Executive Coaching Program

Creating a World-Class Executive Coaching Program

Date: Thursday, October 6, 2016 2:30 PM EST

Length: 60 minutes

Hosted by: Robert Gregory Partners

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RGP Partners Bob Drovdlic and Maria (Sully) Sullivan will moderate an interactive discussion with three Fortune 500 Executive Development Leaders regarding their best practices for creating a World-Class Executive Coaching Program.

Through an interactive session, our three esteemed presenters will explore in detail the steps they have gone through to create word-class executive coaching programs within their companies.  Webinar topics include:

  1. Internal set-up of your coaching program for optimal results
  2. Best practices for coach/vendor selection and management
  3. Managing each engagement to ensure successful outcomes

Internal set-up of your coaching program for optimal results
Sharon Johnson, Director of Executive Development at Nationwide Insurance, (a Fortune 69 firm) has over 20 years of experience in executive coaching, leader development, and team effectiveness management.  In Sharon’s discussion, she will present best practices for setting up a coaching program for optimal results and common pitfalls you might encounter.


Best practices for coach/vendor selection and management
Gayle Kennedy-Hill  is the Director of Leadership Development and the Executive Coaching Practice Lead for AIG.  Overall, she has more than 30 years of experience in various talent management disciplines, primarily in the financial services and insurance industries.  Gayle will discuss the best approaches for selection, onboarding and managing of coaches/vendors.  She will pull from her vast experience in multiple organizations on what has led to executive coaching success.


Managing each engagement to ensure successful outcomes
Chris Cashin, SVP, Talent Management at KeyBank, a top 20 U.S. bank which employs close to 20,000 people, will discuss best practices in managing and measuring the outcomes of external coaching engagements.  She will draw on her experience to discuss the key elements that will help create positive business outcomes from executive coaching and potential coaching derailers.