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CWRU

10900 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, Ohio 44106, United States

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The Graduate Student & Postdoc Coaching Program is a free program open to all graduate students and postdoctoral scholars/fellow at CWRU to develop both personally and professionally.
To be eligible, you must not be currently participating in another coaching program.

The program takes coachees through the five steps of the Intentional Change Theory (developed by Richard Boyatzis in Weatherhead). This program is staffed by volunteer coaches, and we ask that you seriously consider the time commitment and level of interest. The fall 2019 session will run from September - December. 

Each participant will engage in 3 individual coaching sessions with a professional staff coach certified through the Weatherhead Executive Coaching program. The participants will engage in one-on-one self-reflection and self-action planning. Participants will be given the workbook "Becoming a Resonant Leader" to use during the coaching process.

Information sessions about the program will be held on:
September 10, 12-1pm, Mandel School, Room 236 (rsvp below)
September 12, 12-1pm, Thwing Spartan Room 273 (rsvp below)
-- Thwing 273 is located in Hitchcock Hall - aka Thwing West (above the Cleveland Room) - access to the space is done only by two sets of stairs - NO elevator

You must apply to be considered for the coaching program. Before filling out the application, please read this article: Intentional Change Theory, Achieving Manageable, Meaningful Change  to get an idea of what will be covered during the coaching program. The Intentional Change Theory is the framework for our coaching program. 

You will be asked the following questions on the application:
  • Please share how you feel individualized coaching will benefit you personally and/or professionally.
  • After reading the article listed above, what part of the Intentional Change Theory resonates with you most, and why? 
  • Please share with us where you are in your academic program and what's next for you. How can coaching/the Intentional Change Theory can help you get there? 

The application deadline is Sunday, September 15th.
Apply here!


If selected, please save-the-date to attend an Orientation Luncheon scheduled for Friday, September 27th, 12-1pm in Tinkham Veale University Center, Senior Classroom. 



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Tue, Aug 27, 2019 12:00 PM
Sun, Sep 15, 2019 11:55 PM

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Apply: Grad Student & Postdoc Coaching Program

Fill out an application to participate in the Graduate Student & Postdoc Coaching Program: http://cglink.me/s17692

Application Deadline: September 15th

Tue, Sep 10, 2019
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

@ Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Room 236
Coaching Program Information Session 1

Come and learn more about the Graduate Student & Postdoc Coaching Program!

What is Coaching? A trained coach partners with graduate students & postdoctoral fellows/scholars in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.

Each participant will engage in 3 individual coaching sessions with a professional staff coach certified through the Weatherhead Executive Coaching program. The participants will engage in one-on-one self-reflection and self-action planning. Participants will be given the workbook "Becoming a Resonant Leader" to use during the coaching process.

The coaching program is free and is open to graduate students, and Postdoc Scholars/Fellows (appointed through Postdoc Affairs).

Information Sessions: Come learn about this incredible opportunity!

September 12, 12:00 - 1:00pm, Mandel School, Room 236. Free food!

Additional details about the program and application can be found here: https://students.case.edu/leadership/graduate/coaching/

Questions? Email gradprofdev@case.edu.

Sponsored by Student Activities & Leadership and the Graduate Studies Professional Development Center.

Thu, Sep 12, 2019
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

@ Thwing Spartan Room 273
Coaching Program Information Session 2

Come and learn more about the Graduate Student & Postdoc Coaching Program!

What is Coaching? A trained coach partners with graduate students & postdoctoral fellows/scholars in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.

Each participant will engage in 3 individual coaching sessions with a professional staff coach certified through the Weatherhead Executive Coaching program. The participants will engage in one-on-one self-reflection and self-action planning. Participants will be given the workbook "Becoming a Resonant Leader" to use during the coaching process.

The coaching program is free and is open to graduate students, and Postdoc Scholars/Fellows (appointed through Postdoc Affairs).

Information Sessions: Come learn about this incredible opportunity!

September 12, 12:00 - 1:00pm, Thwing Spartan Room 273. Free food!
Thwing 273 is located in Hitchcock Hall - aka Thwing West (above the Cleveland Room) - access to the space is done only by two sets of stairs - NO elevator

Additional details about the program and application can be found here: https://students.case.edu/leadership/graduate/coaching/

Questions? Email gradprofdev@case.edu.

Sponsored by Student Activities & Leadership and the Graduate Studies Professional Development Center.

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