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Presenter(s): Rick Auman
Many executives avoid leadership coaching for a variety of reasons, even though research shows that the overwhelming majority of leaders have “blind spots” that affect their leadership. Overcoming this resistance can lead to tremendous positive change for leaders and their organizations.
«Understand the underlying causes of resistance to executive coaching
«Learn strategies for reframing executive coaching to help build greater willingness and acceptance to the practice
«Learn the benefits of executive coaching from case studies and actual coaching engagements.
Rick Auman: For 30 years, Rick has been an OD consultant, leadership coach and facilitator, working with leaders from the C-suite down to front-line supervisors. With a passion for what it means to be a good leader, Rick understands the impact leaders have on their organizations, both good and bad. He knows that when leaders have clearly articulated values and vision, behave consistently, and attend to the people side of their businesses, their companies soar.
As a coach, Rick has supported executives at all levels in thinking and acting more strategically, and his awareness of the importance of guiding people through change, enable Rick to make a difference in people’s lives. He has coached global leaders to deal with issues of diversity, strategy and leadership for multi-cultural organizations. On the professional side, he has helped leaders raise revenues, increase operating margins, address quality issues, reduce costs, and maintain productivity. On the personal side, he has helped leaders improve their skills and achieve balance across all aspects of their lives.
Since retiring from the US Marine Corps in 1993, his clients have included IBM, Huntington Ingalls Industries, New York Life, Patron Spirits International, Cigna Health, and Palo Alto Networks. Rick received his M.S. in Organization Development, with distinction, from American University/National Training Laboratories, and his B.S. in Business Administration from Pennsylvania State University.