Webvent Academy

Bringing Professionals Together

Transforming Workplace Culture With Coaching and Heart

Wednesday, September 5, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Glenn St. Onge, CPCC, PCC, St Onge HR Consulting and Reza Rahmani, CPCC, PCC

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In this webcast, hear the inspiring story of how a coaching and leadership culture was created at the Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp. (AFCC), a 2017 International Prism Award winner. Learn how a solid foundation for coaching was established and how the program grew and was scaled up for company-wide adoption, experiencing many challenges and successes along the way.

Three months after winning the International Prism Award, it was announced that AFCC would be closing. Reza and Glenn will also discuss the final chapter of this powerful story, and how coaching was leveraged to support the AFCC team as the company shut its doors.

After this webcast, you will have a clearer idea of what developing a coaching culture entails and how coaching can be used to inspire and engage employees through both good and challenging times.

In this webcast, you will:

  • Understand how to create an internal coaching program.
  • Learn how to scale up and grow an award-winning coaching program in your organization.
  • Understand how leadership development and coaching can help shift an organization’s leadership culture.
  • Learn more about the ROI of coaching.


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Glenn St. Onge
Glenn St. Onge

CPCC, PCC, St Onge HR Consulting

Glenn’s HR journey began at the Hudson’s Bay Company, BC Transit, and WorkSafe BC. It was during his 9 years in biotechnology that Glenn’s hunger for a different way to do HR was born. This hunger continued in his most recent role, as head of HR at AFCC, where it collided with coaching, which became his new passion. Glenn’s 2012 HR strategy envisioned coaching and leadership as a catalyst to unlock the potential of individuals, teams, and the entire organization. This vision resulted in a robust coaching and leadership culture. To balance his work and life, Glenn loves to ride his bike, listen to audiobooks, hike the super-easy BC trails, and travel.


Reza Rahmani
Reza Rahmani


Reza is a recovering engineer, a passionate coach, and an avid tennis player who worked as a senior HR generalist at AFCC. Reza’s focus was on leadership development, employee coaching, and talent acquisition. As a coachee-turned-coach, he was looking for a way to fully express his life’s purpose. Reza quickly fell in love with coaching because he saw its power to create transformations. Reza received a bachelor of applied science in engineering physics from the University of British Columbia. During his free time, you may find Reza on a tennis court working on his killer serve.


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