Join Natalie Harvey, Learning & Performance Consultant and Coach at CoDevelopYou as she takes you through 3 of the top people challenges currently facing business teams.
We have partnered with Natalie to create a series of 3 live online sessions, together with practical resources, designed to equip you with the tools and techniques to address these challenges.
In the final session of the series join Natalie as she first explores the concepts, skills and approaches of coaching. She will then share her own experience of introducing Career Coaching into an organisation.
Coaching is now widely considered to be a core skill for people managers. The art of coaching is to allow personal growth for the individual by encouraging their potential through listening, empathy and leadership. A skill that is of particular interest during these challenging times when your organisation may be looking to develop the capabilities of their employees.
Learning Consultant & Coach (ICF, FLPI, MCIPD)
Working in the construction industry for the last 20 years, operating at a senior level in Human Resources and Learning and Development, latterly for Saint-Gobain in Paris (one of the world’s top 100 innovative businesses and a global Top Employer), Natalie has considerable experience of developing people and leadership capability.
As founder of her own business, CoDevelopYou, Natalie now applies her passion and curiosity to encourage individuals to discover themselves, develop their behaviours and leverage their strengths; and with leadership teams to develop their capability and positively impact organisation, team and individual performance and development.
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