7:30 AM - 8:30 AM Continental Breakfast and Networking
7:30 AM - 8:15 AM New Member Orientation
8:30 AM - 11:00 AM Part I: Program - Who You Are is How You Lead: Developing the Best in You to Develop the Best in Others
10:00 AM - 10:15 AM Break
11:00 AM Program Concludes
11:15 AM - 12:00 PM - Lunch (for Workshop registrants only - additional fees apply)
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM - Part II: Workshop - Cultivating Your Capacity as Leader from the Inside Out (additional fees apply)
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Part I: The Program
Who You Are is How You Lead: Developing the Best in You to Develop the Best in Others
We expect leaders to bring out the best in their teams, and it requires more than strategies and smarts to do this well. Who we are is how we lead, and that means today’s leaders need to know themselves — their blind spots, values, possibilities, patterns and old stories. They need to be tuned in to the inner game of leadership to be able to create the conditions that will enable transformational change.
This highly interactive session will explore how a leader’s internal landscape impacts how they lead, delving into the stories that drive each of us and our presence as a leader. You’ll learn how the temptation to “tell and rescue” gets in the way of growing our best people and discover the powerful combination of courage and heart in the work of developing others.
All attendees will receive a copy of Pam McLean’s highly acclaimed book, “Self as Coach, Self as Leader: Developing the Best in You to Develop the Best in Others”, filled with actionable resources, exercises and roadmaps for applying these principles to your daily practice.
Part II: The Workshop
Cultivating Your Capacity as Leader from the Inside Out
This workshop will immediately follow the March Program from 11:30 am - 1:30pm and includes lunch.
Space is limited. Registration is $49 for members and $99 for non-members.
To meet the broad spectrum of issues and challenges confronted by today’s leaders, we need to build our own breadth of capacity. In this hands-on workshop, you’ll learn how to create the conditions to explore what’s below the surface, where deeper change can occur — change that transforms us as leaders and allows us to do our best work. You’ll learn the six dimensions of the “Self as Coach” model, with opportunities to reflect, engage in practices and develop your own roadmap for development.
Pamela McLean, PhD, is the CEO of The Hudson Institute of Coaching, an organization with over 30 years of experience providing a full suite of coaching services inside organizations around the globe. Her organization was on the forefront of providing year-long coach certification programs for leaders and has certified well over 2,000 leadership and executive coaches around the globe. McLean brings more than three decades of experience as a clinical psychologist, a master coach, coach supervisor and leader in the field of coaching.
McLean authored The Completely Revised Handbook of Coaching (2012) examining key theories and evidenced based research informing the field. McLean’s new book, Self as Coach, Self as Leader, released by Wiley Press in June of 2019, focuses on going deeper, creating lasting changes for the client and examines the internal landscape of the coach and all that is required to be at our very best when working with others.
Mclean has also authored a popular book, LifeForward, on transition and change in our adult lives focusing on the natural cycles and ups and downs in our lives and maximizing our ability to ride the waves of change with more ease. Her newest writing project is a book focused on just-in-time coaching and development for managers titled Spot Coaching, in the moment when we need it most.
Pam has served on Harvard’s JFK Women’s Leadership Board, the faculties of Saybrook University in San Francisco, California and Antioch University, in Santa Barbara, California, and Editorial Board of IJCO. She lives in Santa Barbara, California, where she and her late husband raised three sons. Today she enjoys all things related to weekend cooking, birdwatching and traveling to new places around the globe.
Pamela McLean, PhD
CEO of The Hudson Institute of Coaching