Join Us for Our Webinar, “How to Take a Coaching Approach to Cultivating a Coaching Culture”

How you approach creating a coaching culture tells your organization what a coaching culture is.

Make sure you’re sending the right message by attending Cylient’s webinar delivered by CEO Dianna Anderson that highlights key coaching questions you need to explore to ensure the coaching culture you’re cultivating delivers value.

During this webinar we will explore the following questions:

  • What is a coaching culture?
  • What does it mean to take a coaching approach to building a coaching culture?
  • What are the key questions you need to explore to ensure your coaching and feedback culture gets traction and adds value?

This webinar will help you coach your organization to embrace a coaching culture—Find the webinar recording here.

About Dianna Anderson

Dianna Anderson, MCC, is the CEO of Cylient, and the creator of Cylient’s unique, systematic approach for instilling coaching cultures—what Cylient calls Change-Able® organizations. The Coaching in the Moment® approach that Dianna created has enabled thousands of people, worldwide, to integrate coaching approaches into any conversation with anyone, at any time, in order to build connections and co-create new ways of thinking and working together.

Forbes calls Dianna a pioneer in the creation of coaching cultures. She recognized the transformational power of coaching as a leadership style in the early 90s when she began her coaching career as one of the first graduates of Coach U. She’s worked passionately since then to realize her vision of making coaching a way of life for the world. She is the co-author of Coaching that Counts, which offers a compelling business case for individual coaching in organizations.

This blog post was updated on February 27, 2019.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

Let's have a conversation.

Book a conversation to learn how Cylient can help you and your team to take a coaching approach to instilling a coaching culture in your organization.