Current Event - Coaching Well

Coaching Well: Building your company culture through leadership & learning - September 30, 2016

Christus Health SBN

The University of Dallas Sustainable Business Network invites you to join us at CHRISTUS Health to learn about their award-winning leadership development program. 

At CHRISTUS Health, coaching is a process that is driven from the top down and has ties to all of its leadership development programs. Their coaching program is an integral element of the on-boarding process for their new executive assimilation in their domestic and international operations. 

We will discuss these best practices:

  • Assimilation of new executives
  • Cross-cultural coaching
  • Getting all employees to embrace CHRISTUS Health's Catholic culture
  • Q&A session focused on how to develop successful leadership in organizations

RSVP for this FREE event, and share this with your colleagues. Prior to the event you will receive a final confirmation of your registration, driving directions and complimentary parking instructions.

CHRISTUS Health: Winner of the Prism Award from the International Coaching Federation for excellence in coaching and developing talent throughout their organization. 

Friday, September 30, 2016

7:15 AM - Sign in, continental breakfast, networking

8:00 AM - Program begins

ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS:

Scott HopkinsScott Hopkins

CHRISTUS Health, Director, Talent Management, Leadership Development

Scott oversees manager and director level development for 1100+ leaders across six South Central states. General responsibilities include leader onboarding, Leader Foundations within their first year, CHRISTUS Center Leadership, and on-going training through one day leadership conferences three times a year within each region. Scott has been with CHRISTUS Health for three years and in the current role for two years.

Prior to joining Christus, Scott started his career as an Air Force Officer. With a technology background, he designed systems to conduct organizational assessments for over 800,000 military members.  He worked extensively with the Air Force Academy and the Pentagon.  As an entrepreneur, Scott started his own consulting business providing services in talent management and organizational development. This led to Talent Management responsibilities in Healthcare with Durable Medical Equipment and CHRISTUS Health.

Lisa ReynoldsLisa Reynolds, Ph.D.

System Director of Talent Management CHRISTUS Health

Lisa has been with CHRISTUS Health for 19 years and has over 25 years of healthcare experience with prior operational responsibility in Patient Advocacy/Patient Relations, Volunteer Services, Risk Management, Service Excellence, Education, and Organizational Development.  

Lisa leads the overall vision, strategy, standards and protocols for the Talent Management Center of Excellence at CHRISTUS to include Leadership Development, Competency and Performance Management, Career Planning, Workforce Planning, Succession Planning, Learning and Capability Development and technology to support Talent Management.

Lisa has a Bachelor’s Degree in Management from Regis University, an MBA from Louisiana State University, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Leadership Studies from Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio.

Lisa’s passion is being a development chemist who serves as a catalyst that assists others in unleashing their talents to discover their full potential. Lisa also enjoys running, dark chocolate, and laughing with colleagues, friends, and loved ones.

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