The Orientation to Coaching Series closely examines the essential components for coaching clients using the fundamental coaching model with respect to coach and client roles, obtaining informed consent, and establishment of client goals.
Part I: The Coaching Process
In the first webinar, attendees will articulate the differences between coaching and counseling while clearly defining the role of the client and the role of the coach. Attendees will learn how to establish an environment that is conducive to coaching and learn ways to maintain a safe environment for clients.
Following this program, you will be able to:
Presenter: Debra J. Stark, MA, Assistant Director of Employer Relations and Alumni Career Advisor, Ramapo College of New Jersey
Part II: Coaching Considerations
Attendees will examine the coaching process and describe the importance of obtaining client consent. Attendees will learn how to communicate effectively during a coaching session and explore communication strategies that meet the needs of the client while developing their understanding of factors that affect the coaching process.
Presenter: Ann Garner, Associate Director of Career Development, George Mason University
Part III: Coaching in Action
Attendees will explore coaching theories and strategies and use empowering skills to monitor clients’ progression. Attendees will expand their knowledge and understanding of the coaching plan and describe methods for assessing outcomes of the coaching plan.
Presenter: Julie Swaner, Director of Alumni Career Services, The University of Utah – Career Services
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