The Art and Science of Coaching


Sarah greenberg
Lead Coach and Program Design Lead, Better Up
Coach Community Manager, Better Up
Webinar Recording Details
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  • Date and Time
    Wed, Dec 18, 2019 at 12PM Pacific / 3PM Eastern
  • Duration
    1 Hour
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    $0 (Free)
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Coaching is now a $2 billion dollar global juggernaut. Enterprise leaders like Workday, Mars, and Airbnb are quick to praise the workforce benefits of coaching in a VUCA world.
Yet, despite a growing body of scientific literature, confusion remains: What is professional coaching, what does it do, and what separates real evidence-based 1:1 human coaching from imitators and AI-driven bots that serve up motivational quotes?
Join Training Magazine as well as Sarah Greenberg, Lead Coach and Joshua Steinfeldt, Coach Community Manager at BetterUp as we unpack the truth about coaching and explore what makes it different from other Learning & Development interventions in the marketplace.

During the webinar, you will hear:
  • Why more and more organizations are turning to coaching for employee development
  • How effective, evidence-based coaching actually works in the everyday workplace
  • The kinds of real-world results you can expect to see from coaching, with empirical data
  • How your organization can incorporate a “coaching culture”—even without hiring a single coach
  • The right coaching tools that YOU can utilize right away as a manager
  • How to determine if your organization would benefit from a coaching program

About Sarah Greenberg

Sarah Greenberg is a leadership coach and licensed psychotherapist with a passion for scalable programs, products, and interventions that promote the betterment of the human condition. She currently serves as Lead Coach and Program Design Lead at BetterUp, where she develops transformational programs and content for BetterUp's global network of users. 

She has a Master's in Counseling from the California Institute of Integral Studies and a Master's in Prevention Science and Practice from Harvard University. Greenberg’s work is featured in popular media outlets such as Fast Company, Forbes, and Business Insider.

About Joshua Steinfeldt

Over his career, Joshua has attained over 5,000 coaching hours and has trained hundreds of professional coaches as a faculty member of ICF accredited coach training programs. Currently, he serves as Coach Community Manager at BetterUp, where he helps oversee learning and development initiatives for their global network of coaches.

He holds a Master's Degree in Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania, where he studied under Dr. Martin Seligman, and Dr. Angela Duckworth. For his thesis, Joshua pioneered research into the role of courage in coaching under the mentorship of Dr. Robert Biswas-Diener, a leading authority in the field of positive psychology.


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