The Role of Coaching for the HR Professional – Dayton

Today’s HR Professional has many hats to wear and roles to play to be effective and impactful.  One of the most important and often overlooked is coaching.  There are different coaching postures that can be observed even in the same day.  With Michael T. Denisoff’s expertise, learn the foundations about coaching, how it is different from consulting and how it is manifested for HR professionals on a daily basis. This Learning Center will teach you how to become a trusted advisor to your workforce with purposeful coaching efforts going forward.

This class is approved for 1.5 HRCI and SHRM CE Credits

Presenter: Michael T. Denisoff MBA, PCC. LEED-AP

Michael T. Denisoff MBA, PCC. LEED-AP, President and CEO of Employers Resource Association, is an expert in the disciplines of strategy and business, organizational effectiveness, training and development, executive coaching, and human resource excellence.

Michael has worked as a consultant across a wide range of industries, with previous clients that include NASA, Honda, Home Depot, Parke Davis, and IBM.  Michael is retained as an executive coach for numerous corporations of the Fortune 500. Michael has also held leadership roles within many organizations: Luxottica, parent company to LensCrafters, Oakley, Ray-Ban, and Pearle Vision, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Neutrogena, and Fluor Corporation, a global engineering construction company.

Michael began his consulting career with the Covey Leadership Center, headed by Stephen Covey, renowned author of “The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People,” working with clients such as the United States Navy and Coast Guard, Merrill Lynch, and Mid Atlantic Bank.  Then onto Sprint Cellular, where he developed leadership programs and designed the professional development path for the 100+ member management team.

Michael is a multi-disciplinarian.  Not only an expert in business consulting and executive coaching but also in philosophy, music, athletics, improvisational comedy, social issues, and primitive living.

Michael received his master’s in business administration from Loyola Marymount University and his bachelor’s degree from the University of Notre Dame.