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CODIC Learning and Practice Symposium: Coaching Technical Leaders

  • Saturday, January 14, 2017
  • 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Kindlon Hall Rm 164, Benedictine University, Lisle, IL

Registration

  • Members of the following organizations may attend at the Alliance discount price:

    ATD Chicago
    ChAPT
    Chicago ISPI
    ICF Chicago
    NSA-IL
    ODN Chicago
    STC Chicago
  • Meeting only, not currently a member.
  • Annual membership dues paid.

Registration is closed

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Coaching Technical Leaders

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From Project Management to Financial Analysts to Software Coders, technology people are everywhere AND so are the technical leaders managing them!  


· Is there a difference coaching a technical leader vs. a non-technical leader?

· Organizations sometimes want a coach in their particular industry – is that really important?

· What is the distinction between coaching for performance vs. coaching for development?

Join us and refresh your insights around coaching; explore a coaching model and distinguish coaching from mentoring, advising, sports coaching and other helpful skills or professions.  If time allows, a case study with an unexpected conclusion. 

Enjoy an interactive session with Internationally Certified Coach, Micki Lewis, who will explore these questions and share her 16 years of insights on coaching leaders.

Micki Lewis MSMOB, PCC, CPLP    

​Coaching since 1999, Micki Lewis has a huge passion for coaching and has coached hundreds of both technical and non-technical leaders across global / domestic environments and very diverse industries. 

From Vision to Vision

Helping leaders see clearly has been Ms. Lewis’ mission her entire career.  Starting out in the Ophthalmic (Eyecare) Industry, she now helps leaders see clearly and focus on building effective teams and org​anizations​ Seek out Micki to help you set up a Coaching Culture inside YOUR organization.

Executive Coach, Leader Developer, Team Success, Facilitator, Consultant, Project Lead

Lewis obtained her Masters of Science in Management and Organizational Behavior and Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Benedictine University, Lisle, IL.  The International Coach Federation credentialed Micki as a PCC (Professional Certified Coach) in 2004 and is a graduate from Coach U and is a licensed facilitator for the Corporate Coach U Coaching Clinic.  Micki was a Master Coach facilitating LINKAGE’s Coaching Leaders Certificate Program and holds certifications in Learning and Performance (ATD’s-CPLP) and numerous assessment certificates in Communication, Culture and Change.

Ms. Lewis has published 22+ articles and is a featured author of Real World Career Development Strategies that WORK!  Most recently she penned an article, "LOVE IT OR LEAVE IT" connecting five concepts from cable television home renovation shows to rehabbing your career.  http://americanoptician.epubxp.com/t/150790-the-american-optician  

Interviewing another 2016 CODIC presenter, Jill Chapman JD,  Micki authored a 2-part article entitled, “Leveraging Coaching with Strategic Workforce Planning”   Part 1:   http://ardencoaching.com/leveraging-coaching-strategic-workforce-planning-swp/ and Part 2:   http://ardencoaching.com/leveraging-coaching-strategic-workforce-planning-swp-2/

As former President of the Association for Talent Development (ATD) and along with her team, is most proud of turning the Chicago Chapter around for the first time in six years both financially and membership wise, increasing it a healthy 33%.  Lewis, a former CODIC Board Member with Lifelong Membership with Chicago ATD, also belongs to HRMAC and both the International Coach Federation and ICF Chicago Chapter organizations.

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