Date: Wednesday, December 11, 2019 – 2:30 PM ET / 11:30 AM PT
Length: 60 minutes
Hosted by: Robert Gregory Partners
Moderator: Bob Drovdlic, Managing Partner & Master Coach
Coaching Panel: Cathleen Costello, Margaret Chan, & Matthew Temple
Join Bob Drovdlic, RGP’s Managing Partner & Master Coach, and three of RGP’s top executive coaches for a FREE 60-minute webinar focused on maximizing results from your organization’s coaching panel.
During the webinar, Bob and the group of RGP coaches will host a candid panel discussion on how organizations can select, manage, and work with coaches to drive optimal results.
Topics covered during the webinar & panel discussion will include:
– Selecting the right coach for a coaching engagement
– Creating a successful partnership between organization and coach
– Maximizing the effectiveness of each coaching engagement
– How an organization can best support and hold accountable for growth individuals being coached
Additional panel discussion questions will be sourced from attendee submissions on the registration page.
The webinar will conclude with a 15-minute Q&A portion where attendees will be encouraged to ask any questions not covered during the webinar.
We hope to have you join us for this interactive and informative session.
ABOUT OUR MODERATOR
Bob Drovdlic, RGP Managing Partner & Master Coach
Robert brings significant experience in executive coaching to Robert Gregory Partners. For nearly 20 years, he has coached executives at the highest levels of large, global companies. His experience at the vice president and C-suite level is deep and broad across industries, including healthcare, logistics, Big Four accounting firms, manufacturing, financial services and gaming/hospitality. Before launching his career in executive coaching, he worked as a mental health clinician, serving some of the most difficult clinical populations. He was managing multiple treatment facilities before he was 30 years old. His clinical experience has helped Robert work effectively with the most challenging personalities in his executive coaching assignments. He holds a master’s degree in social administration from Case Western Reserve University.