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  • On-Site Career Services Training

    Career Coaching Intensive

    Bring Career Coaching Intensive (CCI) to your office and give your staff the tools they need to help students succeed in their career planning and job search!

    This on-site program, taught by a NACE-certified CCI trainer, enables you to build your staff’s expertise in this key technique without requiring time out of the office.

    Following this program, you and your staff will be able to:

    • Use the language of coaching;
    • Select the appropriate coaching technique to use with an individual student;
    • Apply the most effective coaching techniques for individual and group coaching; and
    • Identify how to leverage their individual strengths to be more effective coaches.

    Over the two-day program, your staff will gain key skills, techniques, and tactics through facilitated discussion, guided activities, and group work.

    For details and pricing, contact NACE Professional Development, 610.625.1026, educationrequest@naceweb.org.

    Assessments in Coaching Intensive

    The Assessments for Coaching Intensive workshop provides attendees the opportunity to dive deep into to the world of coaching assessments. Learners will gain a solid understanding of available assessments such as 360, DISC, Strengths Finder, Meyers Briggs, and Emotional Intel among others to identify client strengths. Through use of appropriate assessment strategies learners will appropriately align assessment results to the coaching plan.

    Following this program, you and your staff will be able to:

    • Identify existing factors affecting the coaching process: client support system, attitude and social factors;
    • Establish appropriate goals based on client preference and assessment results;
    • Evaluate assessment tools for purpose, appropriateness, and accessibility;
    • Assist client in correlating stated goals and current state; and
    • Select appropriate assessments based on client scenario review.

    For details and pricing, contact NACE Professional Development, 610.625.1026, educationrequest@naceweb.org.

    Coaching Fundamentals

    This workshop provides coaching strategies and best practices to establish and conduct effective and ethical coaching sessions for clients. Attendees will learn strategies to create an environment that supports mutual respect and learn methods to communicate effectively during a coaching session. Attendees will use empowerment and positive reinforcement to create a coaching alliance.

    Following this program, you and your staff will be able to:

    • Summarize steps to establishing an effective coaching session;
    • Use helping skills to promote coaching alliance;
    • Create an approximate timeline for coaching services and establish a comprehensive coaching plan;
    • Provide strategies for mitigating potential risks in client's decision making;
    • Identify issues that affect the coaching process and evaluate appropriate action for the coaching process;
    • Facilitate client discussion to articulate and define goals and preferred process for achievement;
    • Discuss methods for tracking and monitoring client's progression toward defined goals;
    • Analyze client feedback regarding effectiveness of coaching and goal attainment; and
    • Evaluate coaching outcomes to determine appropriate post-session activities for client goal attainment.

    For details and pricing, contact NACE Professional Development, 610.625.1026, educationrequest@naceweb.org.

    On-Site University Relations and Recruiting Training

    Assessing the University Relations and Recruiting Function

    Planning for the future often relies on having an accurate, 360-degree view of your past and present. What worked? What didn’t work? Where are your biggest opportunities? How should you prioritize?

    Get started by learning how to analyze the University Relations and Recruiting (URR) Function from 18 different dimensions and identify the areas exerting the most positive (and negative) impact on your program’s ROI.

    Following this program, you and your staff will be able to:

    • Describe the College Relations and Recruiting Assessment Tool (CRRAT);
    • Learn strategies for implementation of the tool at your organization;
    • Scale the CRRAT to align to your organization's size, business model, and goals; and
    • Develop a plan to enhance your organization's URR program based on your CRRAT assessment results.

    With NACE on-site training, we bring the training to you. Select a date that is convenient for you, save on travel expense, and maximize the impact on operations by being able to train your entire staff at the same time.

    For details and pricing, contact NACE Professional Development, 610.625.1026, educationrequest@naceweb.org.

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    Using Metrics to Guide School Selection

    Do you struggle each year to identify the schools that generate your highest-quality candidates and the strongest return on your investment, and to phase out those schools that do not? When you receive special requests to start or continue recruiting at non-target schools, can you use data to demonstrate why recruiting efforts would be better channeled elsewhere? Learn how proper, consistent use of analytics can enhance school selection and recruiting ROI at your organization.

    Following this program, you and your staff will be able to:

    • Describe the work force planning cycle and complete a job analysis;
    • Create a multi-tiered university relations plan;
    • List and analyze three measures to determine the quality of your recruits; and
    • Defend your school selection using comprehensive, qualitative, and quantitative school assessment.

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