The Instructional Design CoP is joining forces with the Coaching CoP to explore the intricacies of designing a coaching program. In this challenge session, facilitators will guide the group in sketching out the objectives and components of a comprehensive coaching program to meet employee needs. Our group facilitators, Tracey Cairnie, MS PCC and Friderike Butler will guide the groups in exploring the role of coaches and how to build a program for employees as either a consultant or internal hire.
Friderike Butler, Chief Human Potential & Possibilities Catalyst of Butler Communication, is a successful serial entrepreneur, who built several businesses in the travel, IT and communication industry before applying her experience to leadership development and professional performance improvement as a trainer, facilitator and coach. She brings extensive management expertise, a genuine appreciation for diversity, curiosity around culture and the power of words, positive psychology, a heart-centered, practical, people-focused approach and flexibility to each new client engagement. Friderike has a special talent in working with high-potential employees, who are motivated to accelerate their professional growth and to expand their leadership capacity. She excels in working with “diamonds in the rough” by sharpening the focus of their best selves and shining light on their true brilliance and strengths. Friderike delivers executive coaching as a subcontractor to NASA, FDA OIP, TEI, local government bodies, and corporate clients.
Tracey Cairnie is the owner of CoreVision LLC, a firm specializing in coaching and dispute resolution. Tracey has over 25 years of experience in providing individual and team coaching, conflict resolution, facilitation, training, group dynamics, and management and leadership optimization. She works closely with government agencies, court systems, businesses, and non-profits. She assists clients in designing and implementing programs related to change efforts, public policy initiatives, and organizational development. Tracey has a deep understanding of how leadership behaviors can be improved upon to build trust and improve individual and team performance, while fostering an environment where people excel in doing their best. Tracey received her coaching certification from Georgetown University and is certified PCC by the International Coach Federation (ICF). She also serves as an adjunct professor with George Mason University.
Please note: Programs begin at 6:00 with informal networking and refreshments until around 6:20 when the evening's formal program begins. Programs end at 8:00. We provide light snacks and bottled water. Attendees are encouraged to bring light meals with them, such as sandwiches or salads. There are several establishments within a few blocks of the Founders Hall venue that offer such fare. There is also a limited service restaurant in the lobby of Founders Hall.
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Sponsor: George Mason University Executive and Professional Education is focused on meeting the education and training needs of the business community with Certificate programs and professional certification preparation. Our broad range of professional development programs, including programs in Leadership, Project Management, Government Contracting, HR, and many others, serve the private sector, as well as local, state, and federal organizations. Quality, timely, and cost-effective programs can be accessed in open-enrollment public seminars, classroom based and online formats, and in-house contracted training.
Venue: George Mason University Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, 3351 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA. (Room 207)
Directions to Founders Hall:
From Washington, DC:
Cross over the Roosevelt Bridge; follow signs to the George Washington Parkway. Once on the parkway, exit at Spout Run (left exit). Cross over Route 29 (Lee Highway). Spout Run is now Kirkwood Road. Cross over Washington Boulevard. Founders Hall is on the right, at North Fairfax Drive.
From I-66 heading east:
Exit I-66 at Glebe Road/Fairfax Drive (exit 71). The exit ramp turns into Fairfax Drive. After traveling one mile on North Fairfax Drive, you will see the FDIC building on the left. Founders Hall is past the FDIC building.
*Note: All eastbound lanes of I-66 inside the Beltway are restricted to HOV-2 from 6:30 am to 9:00 am and all westbound lanes of I-66 inside the Beltway are restricted to HOV-2 from 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm.
From I-66 heading west:
Exit I-66 at Glebe Road (exit 71). Turn left onto Washington Boulevard. Stay on Washington Boulevard until you pass the Giant Supermarket; then turn right onto Kirkwood Road. Founders Hall is on the right, at North Fairfax Drive.
Exit I-395 at Glebe Road North. Continue on Glebe Road, passing Ballston Common Mall on the right. Cross over Wilson Boulevard, then turn right onto Fairfax Drive. After one mile you will see the FDIC building on the left. Founders Hall is past the FDIC building.
From Fairfax and Points West, via Route 50:
Go east on Route 50 (Arlington Blvd.). Exit at Glebe Road, and turn left on Glebe. Turn right on Fairfax Drive. The Arlington Campus is one mile down on North Fairfax Drive, past the FDIC building, on the left.
Please note: Paid visitor garage parking is available onsite at Founders Hall as is limited street parking outside the building.
Take the Orange Line to the Virginia Square/GMU station. The Arlington Campus is approximately 2 blocks Take the escalator to the street level, and turn to face Fairfax Drive. Across the street and to the right, you will see the FDIC building. Cross the street and continue past the FDIC building. Founders Hall is on the left.