IOC Roundtable Learning Event – Northeast

January 12, 2023 - 10:45am to 12:00pm
Zoom Virtual Meeting

Tooling up for 2023! What skills, tools and resources will you be using to be competitive in 2023 and set your coaching practice apart from others? The IOC Northeast Roundtable is kicking off our new year on January 12th at 10:45am EST with a conversation to understand what our fellow coaches are accessing (e.g., new models, approaches, etc.). This will be an interactive sharing session. Bring your best practices to share with the NE Community.

Our spring roundtable will pick up the conversation to take a deep dive into “coaching the uncoachable": clients who are resistant to change and tools approaches we use to help our clients embrace the potential of coaching.

Welcome to 2023 and our second year as an active roundtable!

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We want to hear from you, what new tools, models or coaching approaches are you using? Do you want to lead a roundtable in June or September? The IOC NE Coaching Roundtable welcomes our fellow coaches to lead a conversation. Please email to discuss.

Allison Davis is a Coaching Culture Strategist, executive coach, and developer of Business and Physician Leader Coaches. She brings two plus decades of business and consulting firm experience to her work as a partner to a rich diversity of corporate and healthcare executives and business leaders in the US, Canada, and Europe. Her commonsense approach to organizational change is uncompromising in its mission to change business and healthcare for the better with coaching. After 28 years in corporate and consulting roles, she pivoted to Healthcare where she served as VP Organization Development for the Lahey Health System in Greater Boston.

Professional roles include VP and Coaching Market Leader for Right Management’s Northeast Division, responsible for leading consulting projects, selecting and developing coaches and establishing coaching cultures within her client groups. As a senior leader for Stanley Works, Carvel, CIGNA, Aetna, and Travelers and in partnership with executive leaders, she helped drive business and organization performance and provided leadership coaching to build high-performing teams and develop senior-level and high-potential talent.

Coaching is both a profession and a passion for Allison. She has done extensive research on measuring the impact of coaching and presented at the University of Pennsylvania on “Measuring Coaching for Business Success” and is published in the International Journal of Coaching in Organizations, Coaching: Navigating the Emerging Trends in Financial Services, Issue 4, 2009, Volume 7. She is currently co-writing a book: Physician Leader as Coach.

An executive coach, her clients have included PepsiCo, Chubb, Gilt Groupe, Diageo, HSBC, Covidien, John Hancock, Thomson Reuters, HAI Group, United Healthcare, Mohegan Sun, and the United Nations. She was a coach for Yale University’s Extraordinary Leader Program. Allison has also co-run a women’s leadership program, Woman’s Leadership Accelerator, to provide leadership development and one-on-one coaching to address the unique needs of women in the workplace.

Allison holds a Master Corporate Executive Coach designation from the Association of Certified Executive Coaches (ACEC). A guest educator for the Industrial/Organization Graduate Program at the University of New Haven, she teaches leadership mastery and organization effectiveness. She currently serves on the HRLF board and is a volunteer leader for Dress for Success of Hartford’s coaching program. She earned her master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of New Haven and holds an Executive Coaching Certification from Penn State University’s Smeal College of Business. She is also certified in DiSC, Hogan, Leadership Effectiveness 360, Clark Wilson assessments, InsideOut Coaching and HCI Enterprise Coaching Culture program; she received her certification in Positive Psychology from the Whole Being Institute.