Team Coaching: The Leader’s Playbook for High-Performing Teams

Leadership Series Webinar

Session Date: 30 September 2021

Teams are the new atomic unit of work. Within the work of teams, change and innovation happen. Teams are where culture meets work and employees’ experiences are shaped. In today’s environment, it isn’t enough for leaders to act like captains. Leaders must think and act like great coaches for their teams.

Join us on September 30 for a Leadership Series webinar with Sanyin Siang, CEO coach, author, and Executive Director of the Fuqua/Coach K Center on Leadership & Ethics (COLE) at Duke University to discuss the four components of team success and what it means to think and act like a team coach who can draw out the best in their people and deliver exceptional results.

Sanyin Siang

Sanyin Siang

Sanyin Siang is the Executive Director of the Fuqua/Coach K Center on Leadership & Ethics (COLE) at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and a professor with Duke’s Pratt School of Engineering. In 2019, she was recognized by Thinkers50, the premier global ranking of management thinkers, as the world’s most influential coach with the Inaugural Marshall Goldsmith Coaching & Mentoring Award. She is an advisor for tech startups, such as Sports Innovation Lab and Privateer, and for Duke Corporate Education. Her thought leadership has appeared in New York Times, Forbes, Fortune, The Wall Street Journal and Inc. In 2017 and 2018, she was recognized by LinkedIn as one of their top global influencers, with more than 1 million followers. Her board service has included the Museum of Life & Science, Emily Krzyzewski Center, Congressional Award, and the National Board of the Duke Children’s Hospital & Health Center. Sanyin received a BSE in Biomedical Engineering and an MBA from Duke University. She is a mother of three, ages twelve and under.

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