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By Melissa Baluk on September 28, 2018
In the world of organizational development, coaching has become the most effective tool to accelerate results in learning and professional development and building engaged workplaces.
UBC is awarded the 2018 Honourable Mention for the International Prism Award, a prestigious honour from the International Coach Federation that recognizes the impact of UBC’s rigorous coaching in all its facets and in a number of areas, from personal development to shaping the organizational culture and addressing strategic goals.
Across the organization, UBC encourages students, staff and faculty to lead?through a coach approach to discover and explore new ways of learning – from leadership programs to performance conversations. Since 2001, over 4,300 faculty and staff have accessed free, one-on-one professional coaching services through the Coaching@UBC program?and Career Navigation and Transition services. The community of coaches currently includes 55 internal coaches (those coaches who also work at UBC) as well as 27 external coaches. UBC also offers staff and faculty electing to pursue ICF-accredited coaching training access and scholarship awards for the UBC Coaching Internship Program. In addition, UBC offers part-time ICF-accredited training through Extended Learning in the UBC Certificate in Organizational Coaching program.
UBC was shortlisted as one of four global finalists earlier this summer, and the award was announced on September 26, 2018 at the Human Capital Institute’s?Learning and Leadership Development Conference?in Chicago, Illinois, USA.?Congratulations to all!
Coaching@UBC provides an opportunity for faculty and staff to focus and move forward on career goals through the exploration of ideas and candid dialogue with a confidential and unbiased thinking partner. Learn more.
By Breeonne Baxter on April 24, 2017
Congratulations to this year’s Coach Internship recipients who will be receiving funding to attend an Accredited Coach Training Program to become a Certified Coach.
- Girish Ananthanarayana – Computer Science
- Beth Haverkamp – Faculty of Education
- Gennesse Langdon – Botanical Garden
- Kristine Thody – UBC Sauder School of Business
- Horace Tong – UBC IT Service Centre
- Mark Trowell – UBC HR Faculty Relations
Read the full post here.
Want to find out more about Coaching services available to UBC staff and faculty? Visit /bcc/coaching/.
By Breeonne Baxter on August 4, 2016
Are you interested in becoming a professional coach? UBC offers coaching internships every year, to support those who wish to pursue this professional development path. The 2017 Coaching Internship Program Successful candidates will receive funding towards the completion of an ICF Accredited Coach Training Program (ACTP) at an institution of their choice.
We are holding informations sessions on Oct. 17 and Jan. 9 for those who wish to learn more about the coaching internship program.
Meet our new coaches
We’ve recently added three new coaches to the Coaching roster, two of whom are past coaching interns. Meet them here.
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By Breeonne Baxter on November 26, 2015
Coaching@UBC is accepting applications for the 2016 intake for the Coaching Internship Program. Successful candidates will receive funding towards the completion of an ICF Accredited Coach Training Program. Funding is negotiated based on funds available, so the amount and number of awards vary annually. Awards for this round of Coach Intern recipients will be paid out during the fiscal year beginning April 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017.
To find out more about Coaching or to sign up for individual coaching, visit /bcc/coaching.
By Breeonne Baxter on January 28, 2011
Coaching@UBC is accepting applications for the 2011 intake for Coaching Internship Applications. Successful candidates will receive funding towards coach training at an institution of their choice. Please visit? /bcc/coaching/become-a-coach/coaching-internship/ for full details and application documents.
Funding is negotiated based on funds available with a maximum of three applications considered annually.? The deadline for applications is March 16, 2011.
For more information about Coaching@UBC, or to sign up for Coaching Services, visit? www.hr.ubc.ca/coaching/.