Walters State’s Division of Community Education plans its first executive coaching clinic Oct. 29-30 at the Morristown campus. The clinic, which will help leaders and supervisors at all levels, features David Terry, president of Destination Coaching and Training.
“Individuals will leave this clinic as more dynamic leaders. They will be ready to inspire and motivate clients and employees, even difficult people,” said Dr. Anita Ricker, assistant dean for community education.
Ricker said Terry is one of the most respected executive coaches in the country. He holds a MBA from Texas A & M University and works with professionals and entrepreneurs in designing paths to desired goals in both career and personal lives. This clinic will teach leaders to sharpen their focus, help individual reach goals, enhance client/employee learning and outcomes, listen more effectively and let go of any guilt when others refuse to succeed.
The training includes opportunities to practice coaching techniques and work through real-life scenarios.
Classes meet from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. in the Duggins Foundation Room, located inside the Dr. Jack E. Campbell College Center. The fee is $995 and includes lunch. For more information, contact Amanda Hill at (423) 798-7946 or Amanda.Hill@ws.edu.