FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – August 25, 2015 – Coaching has gained significant momentum as a resource for workforce development in corporate and non-profit organizations. These institutions constantly face new challenges, such as how to guide and support the explosion of the Millennial generation in the workplace. Many are employing a coaching approach to address this and other system-wide issues. A 2014 research project conducted by the Human Capital Institute and the International Coach Federation dives deep into this topic and has resulted in the publication entitled Creating Coaching Cultures.
On Friday, August 28th, ICF MD will co-host with the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab in Laurel, Maryland, an event that will bring employers and coaches together to better understand the current, and delineate the future foundations of successful coaching cultures. A senior leader and a coach representative from three organizations will present justifications, methods, and outcomes of their coaching initiatives. The featured organizations are: LifeBridge Health, NASA, and Rogers Communications. Heading the program is Meryl Moritz, immediate past Vice Chair of the ICF Global Board of Trustees, and founder/president of Meryl Moritz Resources LLC in New York, who will present study findings which served as the impetus for this conference.
Moritz’s passion is to help organizational leaders enhance their agility. She has spent the past twenty-one years designing and delivering coaching programs intent on this purpose. Read more about Moritz at www.merylmoritzresources.com. Learn more about and register for the event at http://icf-md.com/now.