10207 Wincopin Circle
Columbia, MD 21044
|Contact Name:||Laura Macauley|
|Contact Phone:||(443) 603-1801|
|Cost(s):||$79.00 Early Registration / $89.00 After May 1|
One of the great myths about change is that people don’t like it. Human beings are the fastest evolving species on the planet and our progress has only been accelerating; humans love to change, they are built for it. What human beings don’t like is being told they have to change.
So how, when you have responsibility for shepherding the growth and development of your firm’s leadership and staff development, do you encourage change when the system isn’t broken yet? When the tried and true practices of a century of professionalism are still relevant? When the threats implied by industry disruptors are still a somewhat distant storm cloud on the horizon?
This interactive workshop will draw on the collective wisdom in the room to explore:
The professional backbone that supports and limits the profession
The most likely imminent disruptors
The “asks” of up and coming talent
The very real challenges of managing in a virtual world
After identifying the challenges the session will move on to defining future progress:
No matter what changes what do we want to be sure stays the same?
Where are the most urgent areas to apply pressure in our firms for systemic change?
What are the best-in-class practices for motivating staff to level up their leadership?
About the Speaker
Gretchen Pisano is the CEO of the P.link Coaching Center for Excellence, LLC. She earned her Professional Certified Coach (PCC) designation from the International Coach Federation and her Master Coach Certification from Martha Beck, Inc. With 18 years of experience co-developing sound business strategy supporting her, Gretchen specializes in the development of human potential across the personal/professional spectrum of life. Gretchen has worked with senior leaders, executive teams and emerging talent in the fields of technology, consumer packaged goods, pharmaceuticals, public relations and finance.