Level Up Your Coaching
Effective coaching skills are a must for learning and development professionals. They can be applied when partnering to identify true learning needs, working with subject matter experts, facilitating learning, conducting meetings and more.
Join performance coaches Robin Rose, Tiffany Enos, and Judy Nabb in this interactive session focused on becoming a more coach-like learning and development professional. In this session, you will:
- Define coaching, focusing on what it is and what it is not
- Identify five key coaching strategies as demonstrated in the session
- Practice coaching a colleague on a work-related topic that is unresolved, current and important
Dr. Robin Rose is a highly skilled facilitator, educator, and coach. She has served in senior-level positions and as an instructor at Brown University for 41 years. As a coach, she works with executives and their teams from health care organizations, educational institutions, non-profits, and corporations. She is passionate about helping people clarify their values, vision, and purpose so they can negotiate life with joy and confidence. She guides leaders in their pursuit of professional development so they can, with their colleagues, create inclusive, innovative, and productive work environments. Robin serves as Associate Professor of the Practice at Brown University’s School of Professional Studies and has a PhD in Counseling Psychology from the University of Connecticut.
Tiffany Enos (she/her) is a leadership coach and diversity, equity, and inclusion educator with over twelve years of experience in higher education. As a first-generation college graduate, Tiffany initially pursued a career as an educator and counselor with students like herself in mind. Having served in multiple capacities across several colleges and universities in New England, Tiffany has grown her impact by focusing on institutional equity and organizational change management working primarily now with leaders across various industries. Her coaching style reflects a genuine understanding and sincere appreciation for lived experiences, intersectionality, and cultural humility. As a systems-thinker, Tiffany is skilled at working with individuals to raise awareness to their own cultural patterns and to the skills needed to be an effective inclusive leader.
In addition to her coaching and leadership development work, Tiffany serves as a part-time lecturer at Northeastern University College of Professional Studies where she teaches graduate courses on leadership coaching and organizational change in the Master of Science in Organizational Leadership program.
Tiffany graduated from Boston College earning a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Communications as well as a master’s degree in Psychological School Counseling. She is also a graduate of the Leadership and Performance Coaching Certification program at Brown University School of Professional Studies.
Judy Nabb: As the Director of Talent Development in University Human Resources, Judy leads the talent development and employee program operations team responsible for a variety of professional development and employee engagement programs for university staff.
Judy serves as a coach, having completed the Leadership and Performance Coaching Certification Program through Brown’s School of Professional Studies in collaboration with ACT Leadership, is a Development Dimensions International (DDI) Certified Facilitator, a Master Practitioner of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator ® and has completed an 8-week Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program and week-long silent retreat. Judy is currently serving on the board of ATD Bay Colonies as VP of Volunteers. She holds a BA in English from Providence College and an MA in Adult Education from the University of Rhode Island.