• Career Coaching Intensive


    Gain the skills and tools you need to help your students reframe their thinking about their careers.


    In this two-day program, you’ll learn effective coaching techniques to use with groups as well as individuals, learn how to select and apply the technique best suited for your client, and gain insight into the latest trends and tactics in career coaching.

    Appropriate for practitioners at all levels, Career Coaching Intensive will empower you to empower your students in their career development and job search.


    CCI On-Site Training

    Bring Career Coaching Intensive to your office; on-site training is now available.


    Upcoming CCI events:


  • Career Coaching Intensive: Denver, CO

     

    Monday, July 27 and Tuesday, July 28, 2015
    The Curtis-Doubletree by Hilton, Denver, CO


    Join Meg Flournoy, sector director, global and health for the Career Management Center, Duke University as she explains the latest trends and tactics in career coaching and coaches you as you apply lessons learned during the program.
     

    Career Coaching Intensive: Chicago, IL

     

    Monday, November 2 and Tuesday, November 3, 2015
    Hilton Garden Inn Chicago Downtown Magnificent Mile, Chicago, IL


    Join Jennifer Lasater, Executive Director of National Career Services, Kaplan University as she explains the latest trends and tactics in career coaching and then coaches you as you apply lessons learned during the program.
     

    Career Coaching Intensive: Atlanta, GA

     

    Monday, January 11 and Tuesday, January 12, 2016
    Embassy Suites Atlanta Galleria, Atlanta, GA


    Join Kate Brooks, executive director of the Office of Personal and Career Development at Wake Forest University, as she explains the latest trends and tactics in career coaching and coaches you as you apply lessons learned during the program.
     

    Career Coaching Intensive: Hartford, CT

     

    Monday, May 2 and Tuesday, May 3, 2016
    Crowne Plaza Hartford, Cromwell, CT


    Join Ann Garner, associate director of career development at George Mason University, as she explains the latest trends and tactics in career coaching and coaches you as you apply lessons learned during the program.
     

Career Coaching