Coaching For Personal and Professional Development  -  CPPD

About this session

Coaching@UBC has been offering free 1-on-1 Coaching Services to faculty and staff since 2002. Since then over 1,500 UBC employees have accessed our award winning program. As we explore ways to develop personally and professionally, we have access to a wide range of topics and ways to learn here at UBC from large scale events, workshop, virtual learning, hands-on experience and coaching.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this information session, you will have an understanding of:

  • What is Coaching?

  • How does Coaching work?

  • Why choose Coaching for personal or professional development?

  • How do I access Coaching at UBC?

    Audience

    While Coaching has been offered at UBC for 14 years, many of us are still not sure what coaching is and why we would choose coaching. If you're interested in finding out more about coaching and how it is another way to learn and develop, then this session is for you.


    About the presenter

    Catharine Chang joined UBC in 1997 and worked in a Human Resources managerial capacity with what was formerly known as Land & Building Services and UBC Library prior to her current role as Program Manager for the Coaching @UBC Program. Catharine discovered coaching when she was transitioning into a managerial role after returning from her first one year maternity leave. Coaching changed the way she conducted herself in work and life and eight years after her first exposure to coaching, she became a Certified Coach through the Coaches Training Institute and was a successful applicant for Coaching@UBC¿s Coach Internship Program. She is an Internal Coach with an ICF credential of Professional Certified Coach and also holds a CHRP designation (Certified Human Resources Professional).

    For more information contact Winnie Kam

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