Date: March 26, 5:15-8:45 (5:30 Start-time)
Fee: Guests $75 (CAD) Early Bird by March 19, $85 thereafter (CAD)
Paid TODN Members: Free
Location: Ontario Heritage Building, 10 Adelaide St. E., Birkbeck Rm.
It’s well understood in the field of learning and development that 70% of learning is informal, on the job, and experience based; 20% is coaching and mentoring; and 10% is comprised of formal learning interventions and structured courses. But what does this mean in practice?
This session will showcase a facilitated peer coaching leadership development methodology that builds community, stimulates exchange of perspectives, and encourages team cohesion. It is an innovative adaptation of the 70/20/10 approach to leadership development and organizational transformation. The use of this facilitated peer coaching methodology uses practical tools to explore a wide range of topics. These tools were created by more than forty leading management thinkers including Henry Mintzberg, Marshall Goldsmith, David Cooperrider, and Michael Beers. You will:
• Learn about the application of social and informal learning (70/20/10) for management and organizational development, and gain insight into leveraging the framework in your organization
• Learn about the impact of using the methodology developed by CoachingOurselves through hands on review of select case studies
• Understand the lessons learned when developing and deploying peer coaching solutions
Presenter: Phil LeNir (CoachingOurselves!)
Phil LeNir is co-founder and managing partner of CoachingOurselves!, a company he founded with Professor Henry Mintzberg. Phil has delivered numerous speeches on CoachingOurselves’ unique peer-coaching approach in Canada, Europe, and Asia. Prior to developing CoachingOurselves, Phil held senior management positions in companies such as Nuance, SpeechWorks and Systemcorp, in which roles he addressed the challenges of mergers, rapid growth, and the dotcom crash. Phil has a patent on Speech Recognition and Speaker Verification and holds a Masters of Management degree and Honors Engineering degree from McGill University in Canada.