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Executive Coaching opportunity April 3-4

Do you have a professional challenge? Join our Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching students for a free Executive Coaching session in which they will coach you toward finding creative and interesting solutions to your challenge. Executive Coaching is not counselling; it's a conversation between coach and coachee that encourages new ideas and perspectives.

During the coaching students' final residency they must coach someone from the business community whom they have never met, in front of a panel of  a faculty member and an alumni of the program, as an evaluation of their coaching skills. Each session is approximately one hour in length and includes an introduction to your coach, 30 minutes of coaching on your professional challenge and a 15 minute debrief with the faculty/alumni panel. Conversation topics often include:

  • Managing workload
  • Employee retention
  • Taking your career to the next level
  • Balancing work and non-work priorities
  • Career transitions
  • Identifying and celebrating successes

Bring your professional challenge to our students - gain new insights and help them to fulfill their goal of becoming a Certified Executive Coach. Details of the opportunity Where:      Learning and Innovation Centre, Royal Roads University2005 Sooke Road Date:           April 3 or 4, 2013 What Do I Need to Bring: A business challenge. The challenge should be real and based on a current business issue. This confidential coaching session is observed and evaluated by a panel, however, please do not bring a challenge that you would prefer to be kept private.

Cost: No cost or obligation; this is solely for the purpose of evaluating our graduating students.

How Do I Sign Up? Contact Annette Siewertsen to set up a time at 391-2600 Ext 4372 or by email at:annette.siewertsen@royalroads.ca

We would appreciate your assistance with passing this message on to potential volunteers from your business contacts and friends who might find these sessions valuable and worthwhile.

If you have any questions about this opportunity, please do not hesitate to contact Annette directly.