Join us for a presentation on:
Coaching in the New Normal
**This event will be held virtually via Zoom**
The new normal is a popular way to describe how assumptions are being challenged and new norms are being defined. As we all navigate a pandemic, social justice movements, mental health focus, return to workplace policies, and the great resignation, coaching is becoming increasingly important leadership muscle and business tool. The role HR plays in coaching is evolving every day. If coaching is every conversation you have (and avoid having) then HR sets in motion much of the culture, the expectations, and the institutional practices that ground organizational coaching. In this interactive panel discussion, this team of coaches from Exude, Inc. will discuss the current state of coaching including:
What are the current trends in coaching tied to formal programs (leadership, mentoring, and sponsorship programs)?
How is coaching bridging the blurred lines between the experience employees are having inside versus outside of work?
How are self-awareness and mental health guiding priorities for employees and people leaders?
Where can HR make pointed shifts in traditional performance management practices (i.e. year-end reviews) to drive a coaching culture?
About Our Speakers:
Dana Cheung joined Exude in 2021 as an HR Advisor & Sr. HR Consultant. In her role, she is accountable for the strategy, health, and delivery of consultative services within the Human Capital practice. She is a trusted resource for her client’ and enjoys helping dynamic organizations evolve. Her core values are mutual respect, collaboration, and continuous improvement.
Dana brings 15 years of diversified HR experiences to the team and excels in performance management, employee relations and development, organizational transformation, and project management. Prior to joining Exude, Dana worked in HR at companies like General Electric, United Technologies Corporation, FMC and Johnson & Johnson.
Her academic achievements include a master’s in Human Resources Management and a bachelor’s in Business Administration. She is currently working on her Master’s degree in Strategic Communication at the University of Delaware.
Dan Gallagher is a transformative and results-driven business executive with success developing people, processes and performance in high-growth companies across multiple industries. His leadership brand is rooted in strong relationship building, influential communications and change management that helps businesses integrate, optimize and accelerate.
Dan leads three of Exude’s core areas: (1) Human Resources Consulting, including strategy, project management, outsourcing, and employee experience, (2) Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, including training, coaching, consulting, and employee experience surveys, and (3) Training & Development, including leadership development, coaching, and learning strategies.
Prior to joining Exude in 2020, Dan worked at Comcast for 19 years. At Comcast, he focused on leadership development, EDI learning, HR development and workforce of the future initiatives. As Comcast Spectator he worked in operations leading business transformation, including the launch of a new brand (Spectra), the standardization of back-office operations, and a new client experience strategy. Prior to that Dan worked in the consulting, banking, higher education and publishing industries.
Dan is the author of The Self-Aware Leader: A Proven Model for Reinventing Yourself (ATD, 2012) and has donated all proceeds to City Year. Dan speaks on the topic of leadership often and has been an adjunct professor at Temple University and Saint Joseph’s University, both in Philadelphia, PA
As a collegian, Dan was the Official Mascot, The Hawk for Saint Joseph’s University, where he earned a Master of Science in Training and Organizational Development and a Bachelor of Science in Sociology.
Dan is a current member of the Board of Trustees of Saint Joseph’s University, where he previously served as the Founder/Chair of University Global Community Day and a Member of the National Alumni Board. He has served as an Advisory Board Member of the National League of Cities University; President of the Philadelphia Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM); and Board Member with both the City Year National Human Potential Advisory Board and LEADERSHIP Philadelphia.
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