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Creating Coaching Programs: Navigating Success from One to Many

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Registration for individuals or groups using invoices, letters of intent, or POs from corporate sponsors, please contact Lisa Conn directly at lconn@nec.edu or 603.428.2283.


 

 

Professional coaching focuses on setting goals, creating outcomes, and managing personal changes. The average duration of a manager’s coaching engagement is 4-6 months. Coaching benefits most in business settings when it is managed like a project. This workshop will address the challenges in bringing coaching to businesses and show how to setup and run coaching programs.

Download the full course outline here.

Star Sargent Dargin, PCC, CPCC

Biography of Instructor

Star Sargent Dargin incorporates over twenty years of proven corporate leadership experience into her highly successful coaching and speaking work. She specializes in building authentic strong leaders aligned to organizational and professional goals. She delivers results with a direct bottom-line approach. Star has led both domestic and international teams. Her roles have included Director of Engineering, Director of Project Managers, and International Program Manager. Through her experience in such areas as the software engineering, project management, education, and products, she saw firsthand the negative organizational impact of unprepared leaders.

Intelligence and potential are not enough; leaders often lacked the tools and self-knowledge they needed to be effective. In response, she has developed her unique approach designed to equip leaders with the knowledge and tools needed to sustainably build cohesive, functional, positive, results-oriented teams. Her approach and effectiveness have been honed through over 2,000 hours of coaching clients and delivering hundreds of successful training modules.

A key pillar of Star’s unique approach is from a place of gratitude by integrating apparent opposites into a synergistic whole. By relying on the power of the word “AND,” conditions that might be seen as in conflict can be opened and effectively combined. The result is a strong, rapport-building, innovative, and inclusive approach to team building and problem solving. Her speaking style is engaging and thought producing on topics of: leadership, project management, team building, and effective communication.

She is the author of many articles and the book, Leading with Gratitude: 21st Century Solutions to Boost Engagement and Innovation. The book is the topic of many of her keynotes and is focused towards leaders wanting to improve productivity of themselves and their teams. Star has been twice nominated for Business Coach of the Year by the International Coaching Federation of New England (ICFNE).

She holds a B.S. in Computer Science, and has earned coaching certifications through the International Coaches Federation (ICF) and the Coaches Training Institute (CTI). She is a member of the National Speakers Association (NSA), and is affiliated with the Project Management Institute (PMI). She’s been teaching project management at Boston University since 2000.

Logistics

This program is valid for six (6) PDCs for the SHRM-CP SM or SHRM-SCP SM.

Taught online through three live virtual sessions that meet once per week.

When:
First Session: Thursday, February 28, 2019
Second Session: Thursday, March 7, 2019
Third Session: Thursday, March 14, 2019

Time: 1:00-3:00 p.m. each day – EST
PDCs: 6
CEUs: 0.6
Cost: $225 per person

Register today!

Registration for individuals or groups using invoices, letters of intent, or POs from corporate sponsors, please contact Lisa Conn directly at lconn@nec.edu or 603.428.2283.