Building a Coaching Culture
Kathleen presents a six-step framework for building a coaching culture within organizations. Utilizing best practices and current research, organizational development professionals learn the key principles for establishing a pervasive coaching culture within their organizations.
The Cycle of Renewal
In this dynamic presentation, Kathleen presents a model and framework for understanding a natural cycle of change that individuals, teams, and organizations experience. Individuals leave feeling empowered and energized as they recognize that they have more choice and influence over their situations than they realize.
In this humorous and engaging presentation, Kathleen condenses tried-and-true management principles into a simple and memorable framework. Through a five-step process for managing performance, leaders quickly understand the key factors that motivate employees and drive sustained performance. Managers leave this presentation with a clear understanding of the key leadership behaviors that contribute to high employee performance.
Kathleen Stinnett brings over twenty years experience in working with individuals and teams to improve performance, engagement, and results. Working as a master coach, consultant, and facilitator, Kathleen has coached leaders at all levels and facilitated workshops for thousands of individuals at all levels of organizations nationally and internationally. Considered a “coach’s coach,” clients describe her as an energetic, positive force and role model.
In January of 2000, Kathleen founded FutureLaunch, an organization that provides training, consulting and coaching services to organizations and individuals. Kathleen completed her professional coach training with The Hudson Institute of Santa Barbara in February 2000 and currently serves on faculty there to train and assess coaches completing their professional coaching certification. In 2005, Kathleen received recognition as a Master Certified Coach (MCC) by the International Coach Federation, the highest designation granted.
In 2003, Kathleen joined Zenger Folkman as a senior consultant and executive coach. In her role, she certifies trainers and coaches to utilize Zenger Folkman’s powerful 360 tools. Kathleen and Jack Zenger co-authored the book: The Extraordinary Coach: How the Best Leaders Help Others Grow for managers who wish to improve their coaching effectiveness (McGraw Hill, 2010).
As a coach and consultant, Kathleen has been accused of practicing what she preaches and being a truth- teller. She builds strong relationships with clients, partnering through respect, humor, and caring.
Kathleen lives in Santa Barbara, California with Dave and Mocha (a Yorkshire terrier), and devotes her free time to running, painting, being in nature, and music. She sits on the board of directors for Coaches Collective International.