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Take It on the Chin Coaching

Friday, August 9, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Carrie Van Daele, President and CEO, Van Daele & Associates

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Effective coaching does not start in the locker room at halftime. In this webcast, you will learn when to coach using continuous negative and positive feedback for your team. You will learn to coach for growth and development by using day-to-day interaction with your team, targeted specific behaviors from your team, and communicating a vision for first place. 

"Take it on the chin" coaching is about your team’s ability to endure hardship, difficulty, setback, or defeat with stoic courage and poise. In this webcast, you will learn the three steps to conducting an effective coaching session:

  • Set the stage for the coaching conversation.
  • Detail discussion of the performance.
  • Gain commitment for growth and development. 


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Carrie Van Daele
Carrie Van Daele

President and CEO, Van Daele & Associates

Carrie Van Daele is president and CEO of Van Daele & Associates (www.leant3.com), which features her Train the Trainer System for trainers and subject matter experts. Her company was founded in 1996 as a training and development firm in the areas of train the trainer, continuous process improvement, and leadership. It is a Certified Woman-Owned Business. Carrie is the author of 50 One-Minute Tips for Trainers. She is also a public speaker and a featured writer for several publications and organizations, such as the Association for Talent Development, Women of Achievement magazine, Quality Digest magazine, and FM & T magazine. Her degrees include an AA from Evangel Bible College, a BS from Indiana University, and an MSM from Indiana Wesleyan University.

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