Coaching CoP: The Business of Coaching: How to Transform from "Soft Touch" to Game Changing

  • 07 Mar 2019
  • 9:15 AM - 11:00 AM
  • Norwalk Public Library, 1 Belden Avenue, Norwalk CT
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Coaching Community of Practice (CoP) Meeting

The Business of Coaching: 

        How to Transform from "Soft Touch"   

                         to Game Changing

Thursday, March 7th, 2019 - 9:15 am 

Presented by:


Tina Clements, VP, US Team for the

Retail Performance Company, LLC and

Keri-Lynne Shaw, HR & Business Coach, formerly  VP, Human Resources, Coty, Inc.

Please join us for an interactive presentation as we explore:

·         How to capture the attention of decision makers.

·         How to structure engagements and align with ROI.

·         What makes a coach marketable and which mishaps

       turn clients off.

·         How are successful engagements evaluated.

Location: Norwalk Public Library, 2nd floor

1 Belden Avenue, Norwalk CT

PARKING: There is a small lot behind the building (first driveway on Mott, on right as you enter from corner of Belden and Mott.) There is also a parking garage across the street and around the corner, across from the Mall, behind the post office. 


Our group's mission is to share best practices and explore trends and new approaches in the field of coaching within an organizational setting.

Speaker Bios:

Tina Clements serves as Vice President, US Team for The Retail Performance Company, LLC (rpc), an international retail consultancy that she helped launch in 2013.  Prior to working at rpc, Tina worked for 10+ years at BMW where she led performance management, professional development and training.  Tina has worked in the learning & development industry since 1996, helping to grow talent at organizations including HBO, Volkswagen, BMW/MINI, IBM and WVIP Radio/Cable Systems. 

Keri-Lynne Shaw works as an HR and business coach, previously serving as Vice President of Human Resources at Coty Inc, a multinational beauty company.  Prior to joining Coty, Keri-Lynne worked for 10+ years at BMW of North America where she most recently served as Director of Human Resources.

Tina and Keri-Lynne both completed coach training at iPEC in 2015, a framework that uniquely positions them as business leaders, consultants and talent developers who appreciate the value of coaching, who can translate it into a language that resonates with decision makers and who know how to frame an engagement to produce the bottom line results that businesses are seeking.   

Please register by Friday, March 1, 2019, to reserve your spot. Don't miss this chance to expand your knowledge, connect with colleagues and discuss important trends in our industry!

 Chapter Members: FREE  

Note:  Chapter Members must login first for the system to recognize you as a member.  GIG members (formerly Hartford CT Chapter) should register accordingly.

Non-Members:  $10 (Must register and pay online only.)    

For questions, contact:

Ellen Keithline Byrne and Lara Siegel;

Co-Chairpersons, Coaching CoP 

These events are sponsored by ATD Southern Connecticut Chapter (ATD SCC) and are open to all interested practitioners.  There is no cost for participation in the Coaching Communities of Practice for members or GIG (formerly Hartford Chapter) of this chapter.



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