Going Global with Coaching at the United Nations Development Programme
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The presentation may be found here: 2017-02-Going Global with Coaching at the UNDP
Dear Career Coaches:
We are delighted to announce that our Career Coach SIG speaker for January 2017 will be your Co-Host Nancy Cattle presenting Going Global with Coaching at the UNDP.
Date: Wednesday, February 8, 2017 at 12:00 – 1:00 pm ET
Bridge Number: 425-440-5100, Conference Access Code: 093980# or http://iTeleseminar.com/94672587
(Note: You will receive 1 ICF Resource Development CCE credit for attending the call live and must be present for the full call)
Hosts: Mike Gellman and Nancy Cattle
Having participated in the coaching program at the UNDP (United Nations Development Programme) Nancy shares her experience coaching managers as part of their leadership training program.
You will learn:
- What’s different and what’s the same about other nationalities
- What the UNDP is doing with coaching
- How to become part of this coaching program
- How coaching went for 3 coachees
About the Presenter:
Nancy created a self-development platform called “Get Yourself Started” that combines the self-help coaching concept with the online class concept. Courses focus around resilience in the workplace, and include career resilience and family caregiver resilience topics such as How to Stay Sane, Well & Patient When an Alzheimer’s Caregiver, and Can Your Job Survive Change in the Workplace? Nancy has worked at the UNDP for past 6 years. During that last year, she joined a new coaching program that they were implementing to see how coaching worked in an international, diverse environment. As a coach in that program, she coached young professionals in Turkey, Sudan, and New York and shares those experiences and lessons learned.
Nancy has worked at the UNDP for 6 years. During the last year, she joined a new program they were implementing to see how coaching worked in an international, diverse environment. With the program, she coached young professionals in Turkey, Sudan, and New York and shares those experiences and lessons learned with you.