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    CANCELLED: March 27, 2020 Breakfast Meeting - "Impactful Coaching & Feedback"

    Date: March 27, 2020, 7:30am – 9:30am
    Downingtown Country Club
    Pre-Paid Rates: Member: $30.00/ Guests: $45.00/ In-Transition: $20/ Students: $25.00
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    The CCHRA March Breakfast Meeting scheduled for Friday March 27th has been cancelled due to the evolving COV-19 situation. Credits will be provided to all of those who have registered and paid for the program.

    We regret having to cancel this program, but in the current evolving landscape it is the best decision for all involved.

    Thank you for understanding and please be safe.

    Presented By: Amy L. Dinning

    Can you remember a time when you had a manager who was a great coach?  You were motivated, energized and achieving peak performance in your role and with the organization.  We will learn how you can be a great coach utilizing the GROW model and by providing feedforward.  You can also share the model and techniques with the managers that you work with and support.  The key to being a great coach is asking the right questions and actively listening.  Come and interact with us as we hone our skills.

    • Know and understand the GROW model of coaching

    • Know and understand the importance of feedforward

    • Practice great coaching questions

    • Practice providing feedforward

    • Create an action plan for how to utilize what they have learned

    About The Speaker:

    Amy Dinning is a Senior Talent Development Leader with extensive experience working with all organizational levels setting the strategy, creating, promoting, and delivering talent and learning solutions designed to support the organization’s business plan.  Amy is passionate about creating an interactive and enjoyable business environment that supports learning and growth. 

    Currently Amy is the Senior Talent Manager at CommScope responsible for the global learning and development and talent management of 30,000 employees.  Previously, Amy served as Manager of Leadership and Talent Development for Saint-Gobain North America.  She was responsible for all leadership, talent and people development for 19,000 employees.  Prior to this role, Amy was a Clinical Education and Learning Partner for AstraZeneca. 

    Amy enjoys taking leadership roles.  She created and is the Chief Facilitator of Jump Start Your Job Search Workshops offered twice/year for the last 9 years.  She serves as co-lead of the ATD Leadership & Organizational Development Special Interest Group; and Board Member, Orientation Leader and Programming Manager for My Career Transitions networking group.  Amy has a Master of Education degree in Instructional Systems and Design from Penn State University.  Her undergraduate degree is a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from Grove City College.

    Approved for 1.25 SHRM PDCs
    This program is pending HRCI credit approval

    Thank you to our March Meeting Sponsor: