Organizational Development SIG-special interest group

  • Mon, February 13, 2017
  • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Non-Profit Solutions 8265 Vickers St Ste. C, San Diego, CA 92111
  • 4

Registration

  • Current paid membership with the San Diego ATD Chapter
  • This registration requires a code

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This is the kick off event for an ongoing SIG (special interest group) focused on Organizational Development.  ATD members and former San Diego OD Net chapter members are coming together to share experience.

For SIG information see our page here: http://www.tdsandiego.org/page-1863648

Program Topic

Executive Coaching with Valuable, Abrasive Leaders

Program Description

Master Corporate Executive Coach, Jordan Goldrich will share several key principles for assisting companies in managing a growing area of risk: executive bullying coming from the top of the organization. With an increasing number of states introducing anti-bullying legislation, executive coaches are increasingly asked to assist their companies or their clients by helping them retain executives who contribute in important ways but are putting their company at risk.

This evolving area of practice has ethical, legal, and methodology issues beyond traditional executive coaching engagements. The program learning objectives are:

        Briefly review the definition, prevalence, causes and risks

        How to get buy-in from key company representatives

        How to form a coaching alliance with abrasive clients

        How to structure the coaching for optimal results

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Speaker Bio:
Jordan is the author of the forthcoming book “The Least You Can Do, People Skills for The No-Bullsh*t Manager.” He is a former “abrasive leader” who has personal experience becoming committed to and changing his interpersonal style. He has worked with hundreds of valuable executives who are experienced as abrasive to change their impact while increasing their effectiveness.
Jordan’s mission is to partner with senior leaders and their teams to drive results while developing their organizations and their next generation of leaders. He draws on over 35 years of experience as a Chief Operations Officer, Executive Coach with two internationally recognized firms, Executive Core (www.executive-core.com) and the Center for Creative Leadership (www.ccl.org), and a licensed therapist.
As Chief Operations Officer of a healthcare company, Jordan was instrumental in creating an 800% increase in revenue over seven years, attaining a California HMO license and executing an acquisition by WellPoint Health Networks. He created a customer driven culture and utilized cross-functional team problem solving methods rooted in what is now known as Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma or the Toyota Method. Jordan is currently a partner in CUSTOMatrix, Inc., a business consulting firm whose mission is building healthy, growing and resilient businesses that deliver successful futures. He is certified as a Master Corporate Executive Coach by the Association of Corporate Executive Coaches (www.acec-website.org).

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