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Laura Atwood, PCC - Mentor Coaching

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Laura Atwood, PCC, BCC, ACPC is a professional certified coach and President of Adler Learning-USA in Phoenix, Arizona.
 
--> In this Episode, Laura will shed some light on the sometimes confusing topic of Mentor Coaching.  She will look at the definition of Mentor Coaching, suggest things to consider when choosing a Mentor Coach, and discuss best practices in Mentor Coaching.<--
 
Laura is on the coaching certification faculty at Adler, and also teaches workplace coaching skills for leaders and managers in Adler’s “Positive Change: Leader as Coach” program, often used as a vehicle for organizational culture change.
 
Laura began her career as an anthropologist, driven by her fascination with how people make sense of their world, a passion that still finds expression as it has moved from the macro/cultural level to the micro/individual level in coaching. 
 
As a coach, Laura’s organizational work has spanned a variety of sectors, including technology, healthcare, education, manufacturing, and nonprofits. As a facilitator of Adler’s
“Positive Change: Leader as Coach” program she has taught a coach approach to leadership and collaborated in developing a coaching culture in diverse organizations such as Kaiser Permanente, Motorola, and Holsum Bakery.
 
Laura’s coaching clients are leaders who want to deliver bottom line results while creating a meaningful, intentional leadership legacy with a lasting positive impact on the organizations and teams they work with, and providing rich personal fulfillment. 
 
Additional coaching specialties include Mentor Coaching, and helping people to move from uncertainty to clarity in the midst of major life transitions.

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