Chick Herbert, Principal, H&M Strategies and co-author of It begs the question
Presented on July 10th at Noon (Central)
Webinar PowerPoint: Drive Profits through Question-Centric Coaching
In this webinar, Chick will show you how to dramatically improve team and personal performance, exerting less effort than you’re investing in today. This webinar will help you better understand how to utilize the power of questions to develop the critical thinking skills of your employees, making them less dependent on you as the manager.
Utilizing these skills will help you perform at a higher level, achieve improved results, and create additional time in your day to invest in critical activities that will make the most difference in performance.
Chick Herbert is a dynamic public speaker who captivates audiences with insightful storytelling and common sense approaches to improving personal and organizational performance. His unique style of simplifying complex situations and identifying key activities will help you generate measurable results. Chick quickly connects with audiences and creates an atmosphere for self-reflection, dialog and action.
Chick has worked in the public and private sectors for 25 years as a senior business leader, speaker and executive coach; a career which covers more than a dozen industries and provides him with a wealth of knowledge and perspective.
Currently, Chick is the Vice President of Customer Excellence for Wells Fargo Retail Services and an active community leader serving on the board of directors for Special Olympics Iowa. Chick's most recent accomplishment is the release of his newly published book he co-authored entitled, 'It begs the question
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