Deborah Spring Laurel
President - Laurel and Associates, Ltd.
Date & Location
Thursday, May 24th, 2012
St Mary's Hospital
700 South Park St.
Conference Center Bay 6
Madison, WI 53715
Registration, Networking & Snacking begins at 3:00 PM Program runs from 3:30 - 5:00 PM
ASTD SCWC Members - $25.00
Non-Member Guests - $35.00
It is relatively easy to coach employees when they are taking on new tasks and performing well. It is an entirely different matter when coaching is needed to address performance issues. The DO COACH model provides a template for successful coaching in both situations. During this highly interactive session, you will learn: (1) what coaching is; (2) how to coach; (3) when to coach; and (4) when to stop coaching because it cannot be effective.
During the workshop, participants will:
1. Define the three basic purposes of coaching
2. Review the DO COACH model
3. Recognize possible coaching triggers
4. Explain how to decide if coaching is appropriate.
About the Presenter
Deborah Spring Laurel has over twenty-five years of experience in human resource management, organizational development, executive coaching and performance consulting. She taught management and supervisory topics (including coaching) for the Executive Management Institute and the Small Business Development Center in the School of Business at the University of Wisconsin-Madison for over thirty years. In addition, Deborah designed and facilitated managerial coaching workshops for a variety of clients, including: SSM Health Care, The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development, and the CUNA Management School. She has a Masters Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.