Relationships and Results
Thursday, May 21, 2015
6:30 to 9:30 PM
This highly-interactive session is designed to introduce participants to an entirely new way of understanding the actual drivers of relationships, team work, and results within their organizations.
By changing this one way of understanding – this one “paradigm” – entirely new avenues for effective action open up. Participants are able to see themselves and their organizations with new eyes. With this new perspective comes new ways of intervening and achieving breakthroughs that were literally invisible before.
Key topics include, understanding:
- what you actually get paid to do;
- the power of language and conversations; and
- relationship between language, conversations, relationships, and results.
This highly interactive session contains large and small group activities, giving participants opportunities to learn with, from, and through each other. In addition, it will provide practical take-away’s and how-to’s for everyone, that will enable participants to produce more of the positive results they desire.
Vinay Kumar, Coaching and Development, TEOCO Corporation
Vinay Kumar coaches and educates professionals and leaders around the globe who work in the technology sector. He is with the TEOCO Corporation, which has offices in over 15 countries and serves clients in over 100 countries. TEOCO develops and provides software solutions for the telecom space.
Vinay is a graduate of Georgetown University's Leadership Coaching program. He also has a degree in Chemical Engineering. His experience includes Fortune 100, US Federal Service, and owning a successful privately held business.
His roles have included business development, marketing, client services, training, and operations. He also volunteers his time with The Mankind Project. Vinay lives in Great Falls with his wife and 2 daughters.
Wendy Luke, PCC
For more then 25 years, Wendy Luke, PCC, has been coaching rising stars and seasoned executives in corporations, associations, museums, and academia. She is noted for her ability to help solve difficult people problems that require understanding of cultures, markets, and emotions.
Her current work includes coordinating coaches for the Halcyon Incubator Program that supports social entrepreneurship; helping a museum staff keep their institution thriving; and coaching numerous corporate executives who are accountable for profit and loss. She is the co-editor and a major contributor to A Life in Museums: Managing Your Museum Career.
Member: $20 Early Bird | $25 Regular
Non-Member: $30 Early Bird | $35 Regular
** Early Bird Rates End May 7th **
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