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Posted 7.30.15

This year’s Organization Development Network Conference (Portland, OR Oct. 17- 20, 2015) will feature a presentation by two of our esteemed colleagues, Deborah O’Neil (PhD Organizational Behavior Class of 2003) and Margaret Hopkins (PhD Organizational Behavior Class of 2004; M.S.O.D 1993). Drs. O’Neil and Hopkins will discuss Leadership Development and Executive Coaching.

 

The presentation will be held during the concurrent sessions on Tuesday Oct. 20, 2015, from 10:30am- 12:00pm. Below is the presentation summary.

 

“Changing the World One Person at a Time: Developing Leaders through Executive Coaching”

 

Deborah A. O'Neil, PhD, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior, Bowling Green State University

with co-facilitator Margaret M. Hopkins, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Management University of Toledo

 

Leadership development (LD) is a critical component of OD.  LD prepares our current and future leaders to address complex challenges in our organizations and society.  Executive coaching is one highly effective way to assist individuals in developing their leadership vision, knowledge, skills, abilities, self- and other-awareness so that they may positively impact the world.  In this highly interactive session participants will apply a practical framework for leadership development through guided, real-play executive coaching sessions.  These sessions will inspire participants to tap into their aspirations and motivations and begin to identify their ideal leader selves.  Participants will learn how to apply the framework to develop leaders capable of contributing in all types and at all levels of organizations throughout the world.


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