ISPI SoCal Presents – Radical Performance Improvement
Leader as Coach, Part 1: Leader Education
Join us for a series on how to radically enhance your leadership skills through coaching. This three-part series leverages a unique Action-oriented Learning approach to deeply explore a given topic of interest per quarter through the process of Education (theory/framework) + Insight (self-reflection and peer coaching) + Action (application and practice), to facilitate a real-life application of the concept.
You will walk away with knowledge of a new topic and a plan on how to implement it into action.
Part 1: Leader Education
We begin the series through an educational exploration of the concepts. The elements for this meeting:
● Article to pre-read for discussion during the meeting: Successful Leaders Are Great Coaches
● Facilitated discussion
● Targeted take-aways
The next meetings in this series are February 23 and March 23, 3-4 p.m. Pacific time. Note: If you miss a meeting within the series, don't worry, you can sign up for any of them independently.
About the Speaker
Holly Benner is a transformational consultant who partners with individuals, teams, and organizations to develop sustainable performance through insight, education, and action. Holly has deep experience as a coach and is passionate about helping people feel better, thrive, and have the energy to excel in all aspects of life, both personally and professionally.
Holly leverages her unique background as a former professional athlete coupled with nearly 20 years of experience in leadership development, organizational design, and systems thinking to help others create sustainable performance.
In 2022, Holly founded Metta Performance, LLC, a consulting and coaching firm focused on developing self-aware, high-performing changemakers and leaders. Prior to starting Metta Performance, Holly had a diverse executive career that included experiences at Fortune 100 companies, higher education, pharmaceuticals, and government agencies.
Holly is a member of the Society of Industrial Organizational Psychologists (SIOP), the American Evaluation Association (AEA), and the Society of Evidence Based Organizational Consultants (SEBOC). She also serves on the Board of Directors for the International Society of Performance Improvement’s (ISPI) Southern California chapter.
Holly is currently pursuing ICF credentialing at Brown University and holds an MA in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Clemson University and a BA in Psychology from Agnes Scott College.
Outside of work, Holly enjoys swimming, biking, and running long distances wherever her feet take her. She resides in Macungie, PA with her husband Matthew, and their two cats.
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