DCATD April 2015 Webinar: Applying Coaching to Training and Instructional Design

  • 15 Apr 2015
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Webinar
  • 30


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Applying Coaching to Training and Instructional Design

Coaching is a skill that can be used in many facets of one’s life: as a leader, as a co-worker, as a parent, as a spouse/partner. So why not employ it as a trainer or instructional designer? The purpose of coaching is to help an individual become more self-aware, to forward and deepen their learning, and support them in achieving goals – very similar in purpose to training or instructional design. This webinar will provide some tips (and robust discussion) for incorporating coaching into training and instructional design.

Prior to co-founding MindSpring Metro DC, Christina Eanes spent over fifteen years in public service with a police department in California and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. During this time, she worked on a variety of programs including the FBI’s Violent Criminal Apprehension Program where she analyzed serial homicide and sexual assault cases in conjunction with state and local law enforcement officials, and the FBI’s Leadership Development Program where she led a team of government and contract facilitators hired to improve and shift the management culture in the Bureau.

Christina left government service in 2013 and co-founded MindSpring Metro DC, a small firm specializing in self-empowerment/leadership development workshops, and one-on-one coaching for clients who want to improve their overall personal and professional effectiveness. Christina holds an MS in Criminal Justice and an MS in Education. She is President for the DC Chapter of the Association for Talent Development.

Speaker Contact Info:
Website: www.mindspringmetrodc.com
Phone: (571) 551-6023
Email: christina@mindspringmetrodc.com
Twitter: @MindSpringMetro

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We will be giving away two copies of  the following book at the end of the webinar: A Coach's Guide to Powerful Asking Skills by Tony Stoltzfus.