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Virtual Coaching to Inspire & Motivate During Challenging Times

February 10, 2022 // 11 am CT
Online 

The pandemic has scrambled everyone’s coaching strategy and credit union culture. It has also challenged leaders to maintain and grow talent. How can we find a way to engage and encourage staff when they aren’t all together?

Join a 25-year coaching veteran for this fun, interactive session to learn creative and innovative coaching strategies to implement – live or virtually - at your credit union.

  1. The one conversation every leader needs to have that ensures talent retention
  2. How to use video to inspire and motivate during challenging times
  3. How to use self-awareness to drive greater activity and accountability among individual contributors
  4. How to lead energetic and fun group coaching sessions yes even virtually
  5. The one action every leader can utilize to build greater team cooperation and collaboration with one simple question

In addition to the live event we will be providing all registered attendees 7 reinforcement lessons to be delivered weekly after the webinar. Don’t miss it!

This session is Council member-only.  Only register if you are a current CUNA Councils member.  

Meet Your Speakers:

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Tim Hagen Tim Hagen

Chief Coaching Officer

Progress Coaching

Tim has been one of the pioneers in the workplace coaching movement for the past 27 plus years. Tim is a master coach and instructor of workplace coaching working with organizations throughout the world and specifically has worked extensively with multiple credit unions. Tim is a certified coach and is a certified emotional intelligence practitioner from mental health systems. Tim also possesses a degree in adult education from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee and has been an avid boys’ volleyball coach using the same principles he teaches in the workplace to establish multiple programs successfully.

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