Tuesday, April 21, 2020
6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
CCE: 1.5 (1.0 core/.5 resource)
Jeremy Robinson, MSW, MCC
The Chapter provides a summary of the way executive coaching has been thought about and delivered over the last twenty to twenty-five years. The author, who has had a front row seat at these developments as a busy executive coach, describes the different types of executive coaching. He also discusses how coaching is an organizational engagement and how using 360 Feedback has helped coaches to be viewed as “necessary” components of leadership development vs. a fad. There is also some discussion of current and future trends in executive coaching.
Through reading & interactive discussions, participants will learn:
- How coaching has evolved in organizations over the past 20 years including some of the objections to coaching that coaches have had to meet and overcome.
- The purpose of describing this historical context is to give coaches a sense of the history of how coaching began to be organized in the method it is being practiced today
- The detailed descriptions of different types of executive coaching and the definition, which the author and other coaches prefer, that executive coaching be defined as an engagement that is sponsored and paid for by an organization.
Jeremy Robinson, MSW, MCC, Executive Coach & Management Consultant
Jeremy’s business career has been the result of the mix of disciplines of writing, psychotherapy and management consulting. He coaches C-level executives, Managing Directors, Senior VPs, and high potential employees in a wide range of industries including financial services, pharmaceuticals, advertising, and high tech among others. He has been involved in the design and implementation of Internal Executive Coaching Programs at several companies. He is also a coaching resource for private equity venture capital firms.
Jeremy is often chosen to coach highly-valued, high IQ leaders on their self-management, leadership and emotional intelligence skills. These assignments usually result in clients making specific behavioral change to improve leadership and managerial performance which drive business results. Jeremy also specializes in working with those organizations that have a commitment to diversity by coaching female, African American, Latino and gay/lesbian leaders.
Jeremy holds certificates in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, and Community Mental Health Consultation from the Postgraduate Center for Mental Health in NYC. He has graduate degrees in Social Work and English Literature/Creative Writing. He’s also received the MCC [Master Certified Coach] credential from the International Coach Federation which he’s held since 1999.
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Non members ($20)