Becoming a Curious Leader: The Key to Inclusion

Date: 11/17/2023

Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am PST

Diversity and inclusion won’t be solved by programs and technology, but by human leaders who see their team members as humans rather than labeling them or placing them in categories.

For employees to be their best, they need to feel seen, understood and valued not for what they do or how they earn a living but for who they are and can become.

Leaders who have a coaching mindset and the skills to coach create a safe space for discovery and action which leads most importantly to belonging and inclusion.

The presentation shares the coaching skills leaders can use to help people move forward and past challenges.  We need leaders who are curious to see, understand and value people.

Learning Objectives:
1. Why and how coaching drives outcomes like inclusion, performance, loyalty
2. Understand biases/habits that get in the way of coaching
3. How a leader’s coaching mindset accelerates belonging, engagement, performance, and development
4. The four key elements of coaching and feedback

About the Speaker

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Hal Halladay

Breakthrough Leadership

As a leadership coach and advisor, Hal Halladay empowers organizations around the world to innovate and drive business growth through coaching and leadership. His proven methods enable organizations and people to achieve breakthrough results. As a C-level executive in high growth companies for 20+ years, Hal developed a proven path to create cultures of performance, leadership & execution excellence – the secret to sustainable growth.

Hal is CEO of Breakthrough Leadership where he provides unique leadership development experiences that unlock and expand leadership capabilities in high-growth companies. His coaching and methods give leaders the tools to replace fear with confidence.

Hal began his career as an investment banker, working in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. Hal received a BA from the University of Utah and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.