Triad Coaching Connection was an idea born in 2008, in the midst of a terrible economy that hit all of us. As coaches, we didn’t know if we’d be able to sustain our practices, but we rededicated ourselves to our field and created a learning community that would make us better than we were before.
Together we have come a long way. We have much to be proud of, and now it is time to come together in conversation to look forward. What was it that drew you to TCC and what keeps you coming back? What value is TCC providing the coaching community and you, specifically? What are you seeking from TCC and what do you have to offer?
And what isn’t being said and discussed that needs to be?
Our July program will be dedicated to conversations about what brought us together and how we will continue to grow into the strong organization that we desire to be.
Brief Presenter’s Bio:
Joyce Richman – As a founding member of TCC, Joyce has led the organization since 2009, has served as an executive and management development coach, speaker, career columnist and facilitator for more than 30 years, helping prepare leaders for increasingly complex levels of responsibility. A leader in the coaching profession, Joyce created a volunteer coaching network for the community; helped launch a learning group for coaches, and is frequently tapped as a role model and mentor to new coaches.
Wanda Swain - Wanda is the president and founder of Piedmont HR and has been a certified coach since 2000. She is credentialed in the areas of human resources, leadership development and continuous process improvement. A graduate of UNC Greensboro, Wanda’s career has spanned from 10 years as a high school English teacher to serving in executive HR positions in the manufacturing and healthcare industries. Wanda became an active member of TCC in 2013, is the go-to person for the TCC LinkedIn group, a member of the TCC Board of Directors, and, as of April 2017, the current TCC President.