Coaching for performance: Google's Leadership Workshop Series #3

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Coaching for performance: Google's Leadership Workshop Series #3

On Sep 26, we're welcoming back Tatiana Silva, Google's Global Programmatic Industry Manager, for part of our four-part leadership series with Google. The first session in January focused on 'Situational Leadership' and the second session tackled 'Growth through Feedback'; this third workshop will look at 'Coaching for Performance'. 

This workshop, including practical exercises, will focus on:

  • Revisiting the fundamentals of coaching - the definition of this and the required skills
  • Guidance on how and when to tailor coaching to meet the unique strengths, motivations, and development areas for each individual

The workshop is open to all in the TQ community, however, it will be most beneficial for people managers (i.e founders/team leads) or HR managers looking to learn how to coach and help other managers. Exercises will focus on actionable approaches to interacting with direct reports.

Spots are limited so sign up now to secure your spot! Stay tuned for the fourth and final part of the series.


Tatiana has a degree in Electrical Engineering and a passion for technology, the arts, and helping businesses grow. She was a software engineer early in her career and has been at Google for eight years, currently leading one of the company’s largest accounts globally, focusing in helping them get the best out of Google’s performance advertising solutions.

She was part of the DoubleClick Ad Exchange launch in Latin America, while based out of Brazil for three years, and has worked with most of the company’s advertising products, leading both technical specialists and account management groups, working with a wide variety of industries, during her four years of tenure in New York.