In today’s world we don’t have a lot of safe spaces free from judgement. Days are filled with busyness and missed opportunities to meaningfully connect with others. We have many conversations in which we often tell people what to do or just provide answers to their questions. It feels good to be an expert and resolve issues quickly, but we may miss or ignore opportunities for empathy and inclusion. Each of us can positively impact the loneliness epidemic through courage and curiosity. Becoming more coach-like helps us to create a safe and inclusive workspace. Learn how to be more coach-like.
Recognize your potential to become more coach-like
Identify opportunities to positively impact the loneliness epidemic
Examine 7 coaching questions and practice applying them
Explore a case study of Miron Construction’s Dream Project and its business impactsMake a mindset shift from burnout to a vision of professional fulfillment
This session is an approved provider of continuing education units (CEUs) through NWI and NCHEC, and pending approval for SHRM.
Eric Marcoe serves at Miron Construction’s Dream Coach. He is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation (ICF) and holds a Master of Education degree in Adult Education from Colorado State University. Prior to making his move to Miron in June 2015, Eric was an Organizational Development Consultant for Affinity Health where he focused on leadership development and employee engagement. Eric has been coaching and developing leaders for more than 14 years.
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