VIRTUAL EVENT - Executive Coaching Discussion with Hilary Joel '85
If you are curious about how working with a coach might help you or your team members raise their game, or you are exploring different tools to navigate a current leadership challenge, you can get some answers in this informal talk with Hilary Joel '85.
How Does it Work and Who Can Benefit
Hilary Joel, Class of ’85, will review the principles, uses, boundaries, mechanics, supporting tools, success factors, and most common benefits of a typical one-on-one coaching engagement with a C-suite executive or mid-level rising leader. She will also provide guidance on how one should select a coach and structure an engagement, with plenty of time for Q&A. Lastly, if there is a bold volunteer or two (and a group agreement to confidentiality), Hilary will do a brief coaching demo(s).
Hilary Joel, principal of her firm WJ Consulting based in Bethesda MD, is an experienced management consultant and accredited executive coach who works with C-suite executives, management teams, and rising leaders — with a primary focus on the nonprofit sector. She holds an MBA and has over 15 years as a coach, trained at Georgetown University’s Institute for Transformational Leadership, as well as over 30 years as a strategy and organizational consultant. Her clients have ranged from local and national to international nonprofits and corporations.
When: Thursday, February 25th @ 8:00 pm
Where: Zoom link will be provided after registration.
RSVP: This event is free to the Princeton community. Click here to register.
If you have any questions about this event, please email PCW.