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Coaching with Confidence!


Teri Aulph          


When done correctly, coaching is a powerful tool. Most learning and development professionals are asked at some point in their career to provide coaching. It may be for a subordinate, a peer, or a superior, all the way up to the C‐Suite. Not everyone may be comfortable in this role, nor have developed their coaching expertise. This program is designed to help the learning and development professional step into this role with more confidence. If you currently do coaching, enhance your program with these practical but proven techniques from Teri Aulph. Teri is a Senior Advisor and Consultant with The Persimmon Group, who has deep expertise as an Executive Coach.

This workshop is designed to provide learning through proven coaching methodologies with experiential activities and interactive dialogue. Leave this session feeling assured and ready to implement actionable content.

As a Professional Speaker, Executive Coach and Senior Advisory Consultant for The Persimmon Group, Teri helps organizations build and refine talent, and heal and nurture cultures to support collaboration and innovation. She has deep experience working in human resources including 3 Fortune 500 companies and also within the public sector. She earned her B.A. degree from the University of Oklahoma, where she also studied Human Relations in the MHRA program. Teri also attended the EMBA program at the University of Michigan. Teri is active in the Tulsa community, volunteering with the American Heart Association and as a Baron for the Cattle Baron’s Ball. In 2017, she was inducted into the Woman of the Year Circle of Excellence. Teri has been awarded the “Women in Business Champion of the Year” by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and has been named on numerous lists recognizing distinguished professionals in Oklahoma.


March 8, 2019
11:30 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.


The discounted, pre-registrations for the program with the meal must be made by Tuesday, March 5th. 



OSU Tulsa Campus700 N Greenwood Ave, Tulsa, OK 74106 




ATD Tulsa 2018 Annual Report

ATD Tulsa 2018 Annual Report - Final 1-14-19.pdf

The ATD Tulsa 2018 Annual Report includes the Chapter’s goals and accomplishments in five key areas: administration, financial management, professional development, membership and communications. As the Report indicates, the Chapter accomplished most of its goals including achieving an average quality rating of 4.32 out of 5 for its professional development events and attaining 51% Power (ATD Tulsa + ATD) Membership status in July 2018. By fulfilling all its Chapter Affiliation Requirements (CARE) and attaining greater than 50% Power Membership, ATD Tulsa will be awarded SUPERSTAR Chapter status for 2018 by ATD.

 If you have questions about the ATD Tulsa 2018 Annual Report, contact Linda Jenkins, Past President at past-president@tdtulsa.org or 918-808-6935. 


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