Thursday, September 12, 2013

October 2013 LSHRM Chapter Meeting and Workshop- October 8

LSHRM Monthly Meeting and Workshop – October 8, 2013

Meeting to be held at The Olmsted
Registration & Breakfast- 8:00-8:30 am
Business Meeting- 8:30-9:00 am
Keynote/Panel Coaching-9:00-10:00 am
Coaching Workshop-10:15 am-12:15 pm

New Member orientation: 10:15-11:00


The HR Professional as Trusted Coach: Transforming Interactions as Strategic Thinking Partners

Participants in this highly interactive workshop will gain significant insights on how coaching skills can transform HR partnerships and elevate HR’s role in strategic decision making. Through practical discussions and experiential exercises, participants will:

• Build a deeper knowledge of what makes coaching uniquely effective
• Learn how coaching can benefit HR applications and elevate strategic relationships
• Develop and enhance coaching skills for transformative HR interactions

Panel Discussion
Learn how local organizations are using and benefitting from coaching at this dynamic panel discussion. Experts will discuss proven coaching strategies and tangible successes, as well as lessons learned along the way. Participants will gain new insights on the strategic value of effective coaching programs for professional development, succession planning, effective decision making, strategic planning, change management and more.


Jeff Nally, SPHR - Executive Coach at Humana
Jeff Nally is an executive coach at Humana where he combines neuroscience research, coaching methods, and well-being strategies to help executives achieve what they really want at work and in life. Jeff earned a BA in Psychology from Georgetown College in Georgetown, Kentucky, and an MBA from Georgia State University in Atlanta. He has 20 years of professional experience in HR, executive coaching, and leadership development. He has been a leader in a variety of organizations in Kentucky, including Owensboro Technical and Community College, The Citizens Committee on Education in Owensboro, Commonwealth Aluminum in Hawesville and Louisville, CLARCOR Air Filtration in Louisville, and Humana. Jeff is the Chairperson of The Council on Executive Coaching based in New York. He is an active volunteer and member of the Ohio Valley Charter Chapter of the International Coach Federation. Jeff is a certified Results Coach and a certified Strengths Performance Coach. He held several volunteer leadership positions at Louisville SHRM from 2000 to 2005, and is a past president of LSHRM. Jeff is the past chair of the Kentucky SHRM State Council.

Trish Candler, SPHR, RCC - Sr. Organization and Development Specialist at LG&E and KU
Trish has been in her role at LG&E and KU Energy LLC since January 2008. She has over 15 years’ experience in human resources and training and development. As part of the Organization Development team at LG&E and KU Energy LLC, Trish is responsible for the company-wide business and competency based development initiatives, formal mentoring and coaching programs and consults with managers in the areas of strategic planning, communications, and performance management. She is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), was the 2010 President of Louisville SHRM, is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) by the Human Resources Certification Institute and is a Registered Corporate Coach (RCC) through World Association of Business Coaches.

Katie Gaughan – President of Point C Business Consultancy
Leaders and organizations collaborate with Katie Gaughan to make transformative strides in the areas they find most important. Her company, Point C Business Consultancy (, specializes in executive coaching, leadership and team development, change initiatives and culture creation. Working with Katie, clients expand their perspective on what is possible; zero in on how they can best respond to opportunities and challenges; and take actions that enable them to flourish in the midst of complexity, uncertainty, and diminished resources. This has made Point C a preferred partner to organizations such as Norton Healthcare. During her corporate career, Katie held a variety of management and executive positions for companies ranging from innovative technology start-up to traditional manufacturing operation to multi-billion dollar global corporations. Katie is former president of the International Coach Federation’s Ohio Valley chapter and founder of Louisville Coaches CONNECT. In addition to earning a Bachelor’s Degree from Ball State University, Katie has taken graduate level courses at Kellogg School of Management, received extensive coaching training through Corporate Coach University and The Coaches Training Institute, and was selected as a Leadership Louisville Bingham Fellow in 2009. She currently serves on the advisory board of Spalding University Business School, the coordinating circle for Compassionate Louisville, and the Board of Directors of GuardiaCare Services and Warheim Park.

Register for the October meeting by going to the calendar of events on the LSHRM website or by Clicking Here

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