2020 Coaching Webinars

Growing your Acumen as a Coaching and Mentoring Leader

A complimentary three-part webinar series for executives and managers in lending and real estate from
WEST, a Williston Financial Group company

Wednesdays at 10am PT/Noon CT/1pm ET
July 29, August 5 and August 12, 2020

This summer WEST, brings together three leading voices from the coaching and mentorship arena for a free three-part webinar series for lending industry leaders.

Rose Marie David, Greg Harkavy and Sandy Intraversato will share management insights and techniques from a coaching and mentoring perspective to help executives and their managers activate coaching and mentoring development within their companies to build more informed and empowered workforces.

Webinars are designed to provide three key takeaways that will:

  • Raise the quality of influence
  • Prompt meaningful conversations
  • Create positive change

Webinars are live on Zoom on consecutive Wednesdays at
10am Pacific/Noon Central/1pm Eastern Time

July 29, 2020
Three Signs of a True Coaching Leader
Greg Harkavy
Senior Executive Coach at Building Champions, Inc.

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August 5, 2020
Three Ways to Navigate Difficult Conversations with Greater Confidence
Sandy Intraversato
Executive Coach and Partner with Iron Coaching

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August 12, 2020
Three Keys to Being a Mentor Leader
Rose Marie David
EVP, Divisional Production Manager with HomeBridge Financial

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Three Signs of a True Coaching Leader

Greg Harkavy

Executive Coach, Building Champions

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

10am PT/11am MT/Noon CT/1pm ET

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When it comes to what employees are looking for from their leaders and employers, the standard is higher than ever. It’s less about a paycheck and perks and more about a sense of connection and support that allows them to grow and thrive. To meet this need, we need to be more than managers. We need to become coaching leaders.

Webinar attendees will learn how to apply three best practices that set great coaching leaders apart. Designed to equip both newer and experienced leaders to up their coaching game, participants will walk away with new insights and practical strategies to improve self-leadership, better engage people through vision and provide their people with clarity about their roles and the goals they need to set in order to be successful.

Through one-on-one coaching and speaking engagements, Greg Harkavy has invested 20 years coaching hundreds of leaders in all capacities, seeking both life fulfillment and leadership effectiveness. Greg balances accountability and strategic planning acumen with good common sense, helping his clients achieve unprecedented results.


Three Ways to Navigate Difficult Conversations with Confidence

Sandy Intraversato

Partner at Iron Coaching

Wednesday, August 5
10am PT/11am MT/Noon CT/1pm ET

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Whether we're dealing with an under-performing employee, disagreeing with a colleague, negotiating with a difficult client, or simply saying, "no,” “I made a mistake," or “I’m sorry,” we attempt to avoid difficult conversations every day. No matter how competent we are, we all have conversations that cause anxiety and frustration. This webinar will explore the underlying structure of every difficult conversation, identify the erroneous but deeply ingrained assumptions that keep people stuck, and address how to manage the emotions that play a factor. Attendees will take away strategies to engage in their toughest conversations with less stress and more success.

Sandy Intraversato, Partner at Iron Coaching, helps executives, professionals, and business owners build their leadership skills, think more strategically and communicate with confidence. Sandy is a nationally accredited speaker and an award-winning strategist who, prior to becoming an Executive Coach in 2013, spent her career in Professional Services, both in sales and senior leadership roles.

“In trying times, it is even more important that a leader focus time and energy on unlocking and unleashing potential in each employee. That is how you will improve business results, retain customers and create an engaged culture.” – Sandy Intraversato


Three keys to being a Mentor Leader

Rose Marie David

Executive Vice President Divisional Manager for Homebridge Financial Services

Wednesday, August 12
10am PT/11am MT/Noon CT/1pm ET

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Mentorship is defined as “an experienced and trusted advisor.” Rose Marie will help differentiate between a coach and a mentor, as she has been a life-long subscriber to both. When major events occur, it is common to seek wisdom from a mentor who has perspective beyond your own scope of understanding. Sharing her personal stories will no doubt inspire leaders to be even more intentional at fostering mentoring relationships, yielding greater productivity and employee engagement.

Rose Marie David is an Executive Vice President Divisional Manager for Homebridge Financial Services. Ms. David made the move with her team to Homebridge in June 2019 after successfully navigating a complex acquisition of Homestreet Bank’s retail home loan center business. Under her leadership at HomeStreet Bank, the mortgage banking volume grew over 400%, finishing in Scotsman Guide’s Top 20 Retail Mortgage Lenders from 2016-2018 and reaching #1 purchase market share in the tri-state Pacific Northwest in 2017. Rose Marie has been investing in her teams, her community (serving on the Boards for YWCA and WMBA), and customers for over 30 years, earning her a reputation for being a remarkable Mentor Leader.