Director, Talent & Diversity
Rogers Communications Inc.
Day Two, Monday, April 29,2019
Monday, April 29th, 2019
In today’s corporate environment, coaching isn’t just essential to developing talent, but rather an overall HR strategy, that can attract top-notch candidates, engage the existing workforce, and retain talent in a competitive market. Innovative HR departments have thrown out the once-a-year coaching workshops and shifted their focus to embedding these qualities directly into the corporate culture in the form of leaders with well-honed coaching skills. For employees, the benefits come in the form of boosted performance and effectiveness as well as from a mentor who can lay out a clear career plan and areas for improvement. For the company itself, the benefits are increased productivity, high employee engagement and an improved retention rate.
•Equip your managers with the right support and training to develop effective coaching skills
•Integrating coaching as a part of managerial culture across all levels of leadership
•Maintaining a competitive edge in the talent marketplace through a company-wide commitment to training