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ITConnects Coaching Clinic with Susan Washburn

Would you like an opportunity to enhance your coaching skills? Join ITConnects on September 6 for an interactive coaching clinic with MOR executive coach Susan Washburn, where we will address leadership coaching: The breakthrough questions, the art of listening for the issue, and the art of challenging your "coachee" to move forward. In this session, we will focus on practicing and getting feedback, and leave feeling more competent to coach others.

Registration

  • To register, please contact Debra Howell at dlh19@cornell.edu.
  • ITConnects Interactive Coaching Clinic: Wednesday, September 6, from 9:00am – 11:00am in G10 Biotech. 

About Susan Washburn

Washburn's diverse leadership journey culminates with her work as a program leader and executive coach with MOR Associates. Her passion is to share knowledge and experience, and help create the next generation of leaders at all organizational levels. She has earned a reputation for dynamic classroom facilitation and transformational coaching experiences. Her own leadership journey includes a career within the Department of the Navy, where she distinguished herself as a catalyst and change agent for both individual and organizational growth. Washburn is co-author of "Charting Your Course for Effective Communication," published in 2006, and is a regular columnist for the North Carolina and Northern New York Business Journals. She holds a master's certificate in project management from George Washington University, a bachelor's in English and sociology from the University of the State of New York, and has completed extensive graduate work in organizational psychology and leadership. She received training from the Neuroscience Institute, and is certified in multiple personality inventories and assessments. Washburn's philosophy on leadership development and excellence is defined as: "A leader is the one who steps forward in an effort to help." It isn't a job, it is a choice.

About ITConnects

Through engagement with current and emerging IT leaders across campus, the ITConnects community fosters leadership development by offering events and opportunities focused on community, education, and collaboration. ITConnects is sponsored by the Office of the CIO and vice president for information technologies. For more information, please visit ITConnects.

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