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    NACE Orientation to Coaching Series

    Bring coaching into your office with this archive, based on a popular three-webinar series! Examine the essential components of coaching clients, learn the differences between coaching and counseling, find out how to create the right environment, and the get the keys to gaining informed consent. You will also learn about establishing a coaching plan and setting goals. The archive includes:

    • “The Coaching Process,” presented by Debra Stark, Ramapo College of New Jersey
    • “Coaching Considerations,” presented by Ann Garner, George Mason University
    • “Coaching in Action,” presented by Julie Swaner, University of Utah

    Price: $207 NACE member/$357 nonmember. This includes 90-day access to the presentation PPT and audio.


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    NACE Career Coaching Basics

    In this 2-hour webinar, you will learn to identify the basic elements of a coaching session with a focused approach on monitoring client progress and establishing goals, as they relate to career coaching. Through the analysis of decision-making models, learners will be able to assist clients in understanding how decisions affect the coaching process, and ultimately goal attainment.

    • Career Focused Coaching Approach
      Assist client in establishing short and long term goals and development a personal action plan; describe methods for monitoring client progress; and analyze decision-making models that reduce client risk and promote positive progression toward achievement of goals.
    • Career Focused Resource Development
      Use strategies to leverage client’s ability to successfully transition into a new role; describe elements of the professional portfolio and benefits of client use; and evaluate availability of services and resources for long term and independent client development.

    Presenters: Angela Gieber Hayes, Ph.D., Assistant Director, Alumni and Graduate Student Career Services, Kansas State and Lori Trahan, PhD, Associate Director, the Career Services Center, Kennesaw State University

    Price: $138 (member); $238 (nonmember). This includes 90-day access to the presentation PPT and audio.


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    NACE Coaching for Businesses & Organizations

    This 3-hour webinar will teach the skills and strategies to leverage employees’ understanding of mission resulting in positive change, increased productivity, and employee development. Learn how to analyze and differentiate between organizational styles and justify appropriate communication methods in order to serves as a change agent within your organization.

    • Coaching for Positive Change–Why?
      Use effective communication strategies which align with organization vision; describe benefits of organizations adopting a coaching model for change; and recommend appropriate coaching strategies that enhance productivity and address organizational issues.
    • Coaching for Positive Change–How?
      Identify specific coaching skills necessary for serving in the role of a spokesperson, advocate, and negotiator; define change agent characteristics and impact within the organization; and discuss mentoring role and impact on an individual and group level.
    • Coaching for Positive Change–When?
      Analyze organizational styles and use of effective communication; gain employee buy-in using effective decision making techniques; and describe coaching strategies which contribute to resolution.

    Presenters: Meg Flournoy, Senior Director, The Career Management Center, Duke University Fuqua School of Business and Jennifer Lasater, Vice President, Employer and Career Services, Kaplan University

    Price: $207 (member); $357 (nonmember). This includes 90-day access to the presentation PPT and audio.


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    NACE Ethical and Professional Practice in Coaching

    The Ethical and Professional Practice in Coaching webinar series defines ethical standards and expectations for professional coaches. Learners will identify individual barriers affecting the coaching process. Through continued development and collaboration opportunities, learners will identify ways to promote a coaching awareness and contribute to the practice of professional coaching.

    • Mentoring
      Describe individual challenges that coaches face and examine techniques to overcome to obstacles; differentiate between apprentice, competency, and reflective mentoring models; use effective strategies and processes to enhance the mentoring relationship.
    • Client Advocacy
      Discuss legal and ethical considerations when acting as a client advocate; describe situations that exist which hinder client growth and progress where acting as a client advocate is appropriate; and justify appropriateness of referral in review of client profiles.
    • Continuing Education
      Review the BCC Code of Ethics and expectation for adherence; identify outlets for continued development; describe best practices for informing clients of ethical and legal aspects of coaching; and recognize benefits of professional collaboration for support and leadership.

    Presenters: Angela Hayes, Assistant Director, Alumni and Graduate Student Career Services, Kansas State University and Lori Trahan, Associate Director, Career Services Center, Kennesaw State University

    Price: $207 (member); $357 (nonmember) This includes 90-day access to the presentation PPT and audio.


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    Passport to Professionalism

    Identify and resolve challenges for constructing an intern training program using a customizable 10 week module developed for employers to teach interns professional skills. Define strategies that will advance interns professional soft skills using a high-tech high-touch method. Improve existing intern program by providing immediate feedback, guidance and mentoring. Overcome constraints using best practices. This program will interest any and all staff who supervise student interns including paid, non-paid, professional, off-campus, volunteer, and on-campus work-study jobs. It introduces interns to professional etiquette, work culture, communication, customer service, ethics, culture, and more.

    Get a complete training package—the PPT presentation and audio, plus a supplement containing key resources that you can use to build your staff’s expertise!

    Presenter: Jerry Houser, Associate Dean, Willamette University Career Center

    Price: Price: $69 member; $119 nonmember. This includes 90-day access to the presentation PPT and audio, plus a 15-page supplement featuring selected articles. (Supplement is PDF format.)


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    Introduction to School Selection for Campus Recruiters

    Explore the key role school selection plays in a successful recruiting strategy with this archive. Gain insight into why analysis and program evaluation are critical, and evaluate and consider data points to use in assessing the effectiveness of individual campus events.

    Presenters: Jeff Goodman, Campus Strategic Partners, LLC, and Christina Konieczka, Blue Cross/Blue Shield

    Price: $69 NACE member/$119 nonmember. This includes 90-day access to the presentation PPT and audio.


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    School Selection Criteria and Methodology

    Learn about the criteria and methodology need for successful school selection. Explore data integrity, bias, and analysis; learn home to determine data validity; and discover how data can be predictive.

    Presenters: Jeff Goodman, Campus Strategic Partners, LLC, and Christina Konieczka, Blue Cross/Blue Shield

    Price: $69 NACE member/$119 nonmember. This includes 90-day access to the presentation PPT and audio.