Leveraging the Power of Coaching & Change Management to Navigate Disruption
Brought to you by ACMP and ICF
The Association of Change Management Professionals (ACMP) and the International Coaching Federation (ICF) have partnered to bring you a series of panel discussions. exploring the power of coaching in organizational change initiatives.
Leveraging the Power of Coaching & Change Management to Navigate Disruption is a four-part series that will bring you together with change management and coaching professionals to discuss how to leverage both disciplines with regards to unique topics.
Expert practitioners in coaching and change management will share how they are addressing social justice issues in working with their clients or organizations.
Social Justice Panel Member Bios:
Latise Hairston is a dynamic, accomplished certified Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Strategist respected for delivering a consistent creative vision based on data-driven decision making. She has a proven track record of effectively designing and managing large-scale culture transformation projects and overseeing the entire implementation cycle, including within a multi-billion-dollar hospitality organization.
Latise is the Founder and Chief Impact Officer of HOPE Consulting and an adjunct faculty at Medaille College and Fielding Universities’ Evidence-Based Coaching Program. She holds a M.S. in Counseling, M.S. in Creativity and Change Leadership, and a Ph.D. in Leadership and Policy (focus – Organizational Development). She is also a Professional Certified Coach and a Change Management Professional. Latise serves ad the Co-lead for the ICF Coaching and Human Capital Community of Practice.
In June’s role as Vice President of Social Innovation, Impact, and Investment at YWCA USA, June focuses on creating and implementing social change at the individual, collective, and systemic levels to advance YWCA’s mission of eliminating racism and empowering women. In this role, June drives priority initiatives such as: 1) the implementation of the Strategic Business Plan across nearly 200 independent 501c3s in 45 states and the District of Columbia; 2) the piloting, scaling, and resourcing of best-in-class, mission-aligned programs; 3) data collection and storytelling to build a culture of data-driven decision making, and; 4) establishing a culture of innovation and continuous learning to propel the strategy and agenda for the organization. June earned her bachelor’s degree from Cornell University and earned her Executive MBA from the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Tim is the Managing Partner of Prompta (Latin for Readiness), proudly Canada’s first certified diverse change management consulting and coaching firm and the 2018 Canadian LGBT+ Business Enterprise of the the Year. To date, he’s supported over 30 organizations to thrive through transition, including having enabled M&A integrations valued at $32 billion in aggregate. His work life mission is focused on improving corporate cultures, and enhancing working lives. He’s passionate about championing culture change to effectively drive diversity, equity, inclusion, and equality. Tim facilitates safer, kinder, and more accepting business environments to enable employees to bring their whole self to work.
Sharlyn Turner-Bryant is the CEO/Founder of Push Play Coaching, LLC. She brings a wealth of diverse HR experience to her practice to assist clients who have been jarred in the workplace to regain confidence, their voice, new perspective, and enhanced performance. Sharlyn’s true passion is identifying the facilitators that allow all employees and leaders to excel in the workplace. As a former Sr. HR Business Partner, Sharlyn’s taken innovative approaches to retain and engage underrepresented talent by weaving DEI into her overall strategy. Sharlyn extends her reach by working with non-profit organizations whose aim is eradicating the racial economic divide in housing and employment.
Recently, Sharlyn and co-host Joy Andrews launched The Home/Work podcast to help people to physically and emotionally adjust to work/life during the pandemic. Sharlyn is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach, ICF Professional Coach, and currently completing Positive Intelligence Quotient (PQ) certification.