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“How to Identify/Choose and Work with an Executive Coach” (CS #97)
What is the role of an executive coach? What is the purpose of assessments; what are they and how are they selected?

Join Bob Hewes and Brenda Stanton, from Keystone Partners who will answer these questions, as well as, how to ask your company for an executive coach and how to know what resources are available to you in your organization. How and when do you look for a coach on your own if your company won't provide one for you. Keystone Partners prepares organizations and people for success. Their career transition, leadership development, and executive coaching services work together to protect your reputation, strengthen your brand, advance your workforce. They set the standard for delivering successful outcomes with a proven process, professional consultants representing multiple industries and disciplines, and local market expertise on a global scale.

Bob Hewes, Senior Partner, Keystone Partners, coaches CEOs, C-suite executives and their direct reports, Director/senior executives, and high potential individuals in a wide range of industries including healthcare higher education, life sciences, biotechnology, retail, insurance, professional services, high-tech, information technology, and financial services. Prior to joining Keystone Partners, Bob was Managing Director and Partner of a Strategic Decisions Group with a specific focus on decision making. He led the Power and Gas Industry practice, was a member of the executive committee and led its Boston office. For many years, Bob led strategic consulting engagements for clients to enhance business strategies, improve tangible operating results, and increase client capabilities.

Brenda Stanton, Senior Vice President, consults with organizations on corporate workplace, career management, and leadership development. She advises HR leaders on complex, multi-site global restructuring and outplacement needs, C-level executive transitions, and talent and leadership development initiatives including executive coaching, team effectiveness, and management training. Brenda has served as a career transition consultant and trainer, advising professionals at all levels to define career targets and up-level opportunities, and successfully achieve their career aspirations. Prior to Keystone, she spent 15 years in business development and marketing roles at publishing, advertising, and technology firms. Brenda is an active member of New England Employee Benefits Council (NEEBC) and frequently speaks to professional associations including NEHRA and DisruptHR Boston.

Tuesday, September 20, 2022

6:30 p.m - 8:00 p.m. EDT

Via Zoom


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Tuesday, Sep 20 2022 at 6:30pm - 8:00pm [ iCal ]
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