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OD Book Discussion CoP - October

  • 14 Oct 2015
  • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
  • McLean, VA


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OD Book CoP
Event Title Quiet Leadership: Six Steps to Transforming Performance at Work by David Rock

 Quiet Leadership: Six Steps to Transform Performance at Work by David Rock

This is a book that helps us understand ‘how to help people think better.’  Performance improvement requires that people change the way they think. The way we think is embedded in our neural fibers from years of upbringing, interactions, education, and culture. Those past experiences have forged deep ‘natural’ canyons of ‘go-to’ responses of what ‘fits’ and ‘doesn’t fit’ for us.

Have you ever given well-intended advice to someone struggling with a sticky problem that you have some experience with? They have probably listened politely…and then taken none of your advice. The neural pathways that made sense for you in that situation made absolutely no sense to them.

What if you could help them ‘think differently’ about that situation? To see the problem through a new lens? Transforming performance requires a new way of thinking and Quiet Leadership offers a six step model to do just that.
The author, David Rock, is one of the global pioneers in the coaching field. As the driver of the NeuroLeadership Group business, and the developer of Results' coaching models, he has been responsible for the development of thousands of coaches worldwide. He has written four books: Your Brain at Work, Quiet Leadership, Theoretical Foundations of Coaching, and Personal Best. He holds a doctorate in the Neuroscience of Leadership and regularly consults with companies in the fortune 500 on creating coaching cultures.
Facilitator:  Jane Maliszewski, Executive Coach and Leadership Consultant, VAULT Associates

Jane Maliszewski is the owner of VAULT Associates, a Leadership and Team Development company providing Executive and Leadership Coaching and Organization Effectiveness consulting for the individual, team, and organization level.  Prior to founding VAULT, Jane served in the U.S. Army in the technology field, culminating in promotion to Colonel and a position as the CIO for the Army’s Training and Doctrine Command. Throughout her career, she has been actively engaged with leader development, team effectiveness, and organization transformation. Jane’s passion is helping leaders and teams get over the status quo beliefs and behaviors that keep them from reaching new heights of performance and fulfillment.

She has Masters degrees in Business Administration and National Strategy, Bachelor in History, and advanced certification in Leadership Coaching (ACC); Organization Development; Neuroscience, Coaching and Transformation; Knowledge Management; and federal Chief Information Officer.  Jane serves on the Women in Technology Leadership Board and Chair for Programs. She is a volunteer coach/mentor with Leadership Arlington, WIT Mentor-Protégé program, Stand Beside Them, Inc. veteran coaching, and Semper Fi Odyssey a unique life success program for transitioning veterans.
CoP Leader:
Paula Pierce
Time: 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

Insperity Tysons Corner Office
1650 Tysons Boulevard, Suite 600
McLean, VA 22102
For directions to the meeting location please contact lauren.schoon@insperity.com

Cancellation policy: Event follows federal Office of Personnel Management policy and decisions.  If federal government is closed, event will be canceled.

**Please register in advance to ensure sufficient seating.

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