Creating a Coaching Culture to Attract and Retain Top Talent
The economic surge, influx of millennials and increasing demand for highly skilled employees are radically changing the way companies must recreate their culture to remain relevant. Talented employees go to, stay with and thrive in company cultures that foster the employees’ development and success. Learn what a strong coaching culture looks like, why creating one must become a strategic imperative and how you can shape your company culture to attract and retain top talent.
Participants will be able to:
- Describe the key attributes of a strong coaching culture
- Explain the role of coaching in creating a positive employee experience
- Identify next steps to create a culture that attracts and retains top talent
Corey Stanford, Professional Certified Coach
Founder at Stanford Consulting
Corey Stanford leads the executive coaching and leadership development services offered through Stanford Consulting. In addition to having coached hundreds of leaders at companies such as BMW and McKinsey & Co, Corey supports leadership development efforts at Stanford University and MIT. Corey is the President of the regional chapter of the International Coach Federation, and the most sought-after executive coach in Arkansas. He earned his Executive MBA from The University of Arkansas and is a Professional Certified Coach. Corey resides in Fayetteville, and coaches globally.