ATD Coaching Certificate (90 Seconds)

Friday, February 2, 2018

Eddie Turner, ATD Facilitator, discusses the ATD Coaching Certificate Program.

About the Author

Eddie Turner is a “specialist” and a “deep generalist.” He is a certified information technology expert with digital marketing, social media and leadership development expertise. He is a C-Suite Network Advisor™ and a change agent who has done work for several of the world's “most admired companies” such as Accenture, Apple, Dell, Deloitte, ExxonMobil and GE. 

Today, Eddie is passionate about working with leaders to “Accelerate Performance and Drive Impact!”™ through the power of coaching, facilitation and the spoken word.  Eddie is also a National Media Commentator.

Eddie is an International Certified Coach™. He practices executive, leadership and personal development coaching as a member of the International Coach Federation, the International Coaching Community and as an Affiliate Member of the Institute for Coaching, at McLean Hospital, a Harvard Medical School affiliate.

Eddie is a certified trainer and a professional speaker, who has spoken internationally and is a member of the National Speakers Association. He is an expert facilitator. He facilitates global learning programs, workshops, strategy sessions and high-level meetings. He is a member of the International Association of Facilitators and certified by the International Institute for Facilitation. 

To share the power of facilitation with the world, Eddie volunteers as the Director of Marketing and Communications for the International Institute for Facilitation. He is passionate about developing people and serves as President of the Association for Talent Development’s Houston Chapter.  

Eddie Turner is an alumnus of Northwestern University where he studied Leadership and Organization Behavior and of the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University where he completed the “Art and Practice of Leadership Development” executive education program. Eddie is now an Adaptive Leadership practitioner and part of the Adaptive Leadership Network.


Be the first to comment
Sign In to Post a Comment
Sorry! Something went wrong on our end. Please try again later.