14 Jun The 2016 Executive Coaching Conference
Cincinnati, Ohio USA | June 13, 2016
The 11th annual EXCO concluded on June 7, 2016 with great success. Top-level experts provided powerful insights to delegates from around the globe. Internal and external Sherpa coaches received training and re certification to hone their skills with the proven Sherpa process.
EXCO 2016 delegates effectively gained a greater awareness about:
- Passing the Torch to Millennials
- Best Practices for the Executive Coach
- The Power of Assessments
- Leadership Lessons from the Army
- Executive Coaches as Leaders
- Insights from the 11th Annual Coaching Survey
- New enhancements to the Sherpa Process
Several key organizations have implemented the Sherpa process, including Toyota, Stanley Black and Decker, Duke Energy, and the National Cancer Institute. Making this commitment to the Sherpa process ensures that these organizations provide essential resources to their executives and managers. It will help their leaders improve weaknesses and maintain strong leadership attributes in clearly defined and measurable ways. The impact on business includes increased morale and productivity coupled with reduced staff attrition.
Sherpa also announced an innovative initiative called Sherpa Triads. Certified Sherpa Coaches will work in triads (groups of 3) to provide each other with encouragement, resources and continuing education. The Triad program includes monthly learning initiatives delivered on line. Triads hold three-way discussion meetings, create monthly videos and comment on each other’s presentations. Linking with a Triad will help Sherpa Certified Coaches overcome coaching obstacles, perfect their coaching skills, and learn new techniques. This is a great benefit provided to conference delegates at no additional cost.