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Creating & Sustaining a Coaching Culture in an Organization

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Patricia Hirsch interviews Bhaskar Natarajan, ACC. Bhaskar will discuss how creating a “Coaching Culture” across an organization resulted in
  • Breaking “Silos” between departments
  • Building Collaboration and mutual respect among leaders
  • Bonding through common “Rules of Engagement”

while promoting a “One team” Experience for “Higher Performance.”

Bhaskar Natarajan, ACC, is currently the President of ‘ICF Hyderabad Chapter’ and a research scholar at XLRI, Jamshedpur, India. His research work involves using Development Coaching as a strategic tool in building high performing teams. Bhaskar has close to 13 years of cumulative experience in Executive Coaching, Leadership Development, Performance Consulting, Sales and Human Resources.

In his recent corporate consulting role, he was leading a team of consultants and responsible for ‘Organizational Transformation’ practice across Asia Pacific, offering professional services on Organizational Change Management, Organizational Design, setting up of Shared Services etc. Prior to joining Infosys Consulting, he was with the Satyam School of Leadership engaged in various OD interventions for high value customer facing accounts specifically to improve the business performance, team bonding and quality of interaction between employees and customers. He also spent 6.5 years with Dr. Reddy’s Foundation (DRF) in developing and leading the Human Resources & Learning and Development function for an employee base of 1500 across various geographies. During his tenure in DRF, he successfully launched ‘Leadership Academy’, a Corporate University model, to groom leaders from within the organization.

 

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