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    Webinar: Coaching & Leading Across Cultures

    Presenter Kate Ebner, CEO, The Nebo Company
    Date Friday, February 14, 2020
    Time 12:00pm – 12:45pm EST


    Coaching is a top strategy for developing leaders around the world. What are the coaching competencies needed in order to be prepared to coach across cultures? We will look at how race, ethnicity, gender, and other elements of identity show up in coaching conversations and leadership communication.

    Join Nebo CEO Kate Ebner and Karen Curnow, founder of Compass International, in this webinar that offers guidance for both coaches and leaders. Coaches will learn how to become more confident and fluent in coaching across cultures. Leaders will learn how to consider cultural elements in communicating, leading and guiding the work of others. This is a don’t-miss webcast for anyone interested in learning the ins and outs of connecting across difference.

    This 45-minute webinar is designed for senior leaders, HR leaders responsible for leadership and talent development, and practicing leadership coaches.

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    Kate Ebner

    Karen Curnow
    Karen Curnow

    Key Takeaways:

    • Understand how culture and identity show up in coaching conversations and leadership communication
    • Explore approaches to connect, converse, and lead across difference
    • Gain confidence and fluency in coaching and leading across cultures

    This is the seventh webinar in Nebo’s Smart Strategies for Talent Development free webinar series.

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