Farnaz Namin

Farnaz Namin

A great speaker will grow your audience!

Dr. Namin has over 15 years of experience coaching org. and delivering dynamic and engaging presentations on leadership, engagement, team effectiveness, work place health, etc. A corporate psychologist, she is an expert in understanding her audience.

Fee Range: Varies
Travels from Orlando, FL (US)

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Farnaz Namin
Farnaz Namin - Motivational Speaker

A great speaker will grow your audience!

Dr. Namin has over 15 years of experience coaching org. and delivering dynamic and engaging presentations on leadership, engagement, team effectiveness, work place health, etc. A corporate psychologist, she is an expert in understanding her audience.

Fee Range: Varies
Travels from Orlando, FL

Farnaz Namin - Motivational Speaker

Farnaz Namin

A great speaker will grow your audience!

Dr. Namin has over 15 years of experience coaching org. and delivering dynamic and engaging presentations on leadership, engagement, team effectiveness, work place health, etc. A corporate psychologist, she is an expert in understanding her audience.

Fee Range: Varies
Travels from: Orlando, FL

For more information about booking Farnaz Namin,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/farnaznamin/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Awakening the Dragon Within: Coaching for Employee Success
Dr. Farnaz Namin covers how to effectively coach employees, required components for success, feedback with an edge, pre-requisites for development and

Awakening the Dragon Within: Coaching for Employee Success In 2010, the Corporate Leadership Council of the Corporate Executive Board surveyed 880 high-potential employees. More than 25 percent said they planned to change jobs within the next 12 months. Among the dissatisfied, 64 percent said their current employment experiences are having little impact on their development. This presentation touches on the marked difference between leadership and management. How does innovation become victim to the status-quo? The primary reason for lack of employee development is partially stemming from the annual performance appraisal as opposed to continuous feedback and how to maximize on the internal need in all of us to want to achieve. In addition, Dr. Farnaz Namin covers how to effectively coach employees, required components for success, feedback with an edge, pre-requisites for development and more. Points the Audience Will Take Away: 1. What is the difference between therapy and coaching 2. Process of inquiry and why coaching is not for “problem employees” 3. The ultimate match of coach and the business 4. Turning the key to the engine that could 5. Demystifying the business of people herding 6. Leading with the internal guiding light