Thursday, November 7 | 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. EST
Developing an internal coaching program offers substantial benefits for growth and development to any organization. However, those benefits can be hard to achieve at times due to common challenges, such as navigating relationships and building trust as an internal coach. There is a blueprint to achieve success, and it starts with treating your internal coaching program like an external one.
Join us for this TICE Virtual Conference session. Your host, Jared Narlock, director of people and organizational development for St. Charles Healthcare in Central Oregon will share actionable tips for creating a strong internal coaching program that provides organizations measurable results.
This interactive session will provide easy-to-understand insights on:
- Building a stage for an internal coaching program through connection to a coaching code of ethics.
- Establishing trust through intake sessions and coaching agreements.
- Creating boundaries and expectations with the coaching process.
|Jared Narlock, Director of People and Organizational Development, St. Charles Healthcare
Jared Narlock is an author, keynote speaker, and current director of people and organizational development for St. Charles Healthcare in Central Oregon. He works to expand the way people view employee engagement, communication, and growth regarding professional and personal development. He works with groups of all sizes, enabling them to find courage and lead through influence to create workspaces founded on trust and communication that support employee empowerment and engagement.Prior to his role at St. Charles Healthcare, he served as vice president of talent development for a healthcare organization in South Dakota. Jared’s work on employee engagement, coaching and performance management has been featured on Forbes.com and TrainingIndustry.com, as well as in his book, “People Powered Moments.” His experience leading at the supervisor, manager, director and executive levels allows him to bring unique perspectives to his work. He doesn’t present or teach material but instead collaborates through storytelling of personal failures and lessons learned. Jared is a certified Dare To Lead™ facilitator, reality-based leadership facilitator, DISC facilitator and International Coach Federation (ICF) certified coach.