International Coaching Federation Vancouver – Coach-Giving Leadership Program
Organisation: International Coaching Federation Vancouver
Location: Vancouver, BC
Closing Date: February 13, 2019
The Organization – International Coaching Federation Vancouver, Coach-Giving Leadership Program
The International Coaching Federation is advancing the coaching profession so coaching becomes an integral part of society. Our members lead this journey by representing the highest quality in professional coaching.
The Coach-Giving Leadership Program
The International Coach Federation (ICF) Vancouver Charter Chapter Coach-Giving Leadership Program is specifically designed for and offered to any Non-Profit Organization. This Leadership Coaching initiative enables a powerful step forward in enhancing leadership effectiveness in the NPO sector.
ICF defines Coaching as partnering with a Coachee in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires the Coachee to maximize his/her personal and professional potential, which is particularly important in today’s uncertain and complex environment. The Coach honors the Coachee as the expert in his/her life and work, and believes every Coachee is creative, resourceful and whole. This process helps Coachees to dramatically improve their outlook on work and life, while enhancing their leadership competencies and unlocking their yet to be realized potential.
Link to the Coach-Giving Program site: Non-Profit Leadership Program
Project Description: Coach-Giving Program
The Program is faced with the responsibility of matching up 100+ coaches with clients (coachees), and then managing the progress of all these coaching relationships ensuring key deliverables are submitted throughout the course of the program. The Program is looking for a volunteer project manager to assist in the execution of the 2019 Program.
Location: Vancouver, BC
- Coordination of the 2019 Program consisting of approximately 100 coaching engagements.
- 2-3 years of project co-ordination experience
- Solid communication and organization skills
- Able to work independently with minimal supervision
- Competent in use of MS Office products
- Experience with not-for-profit sector, fund-raising is desirable
Estimated Time Commitment:
Expected effort is 2-3 hours/week, which will fluctuate depending on the phase of the project.
On-site meetings are not required, all Program team members work from home office locations.
Start Date: February 25, 2019
Expected Completion Date: November 30, 2019
Scope of Project Manager Work:
Support the 2019 Coach-Giving Program from the initial matching of coaches to clients through to final feedback survey. This includes establishing schedules, coordinating team meetings, monitoring team member work activities, ensuring agreement/objectives/payment documents are managed consistently, managing master database, coordinating feedback survey and providing technical support on MS Office tools to other team members as required.
- Final set of NPO Clients and individual Leader candidates
- Database of available Coaches
- Coaching engagements established, NPO leaders matched with a Coach
- A document management repository
- 2019 Program client/coach/NPO database established
- Feedback survey developed and administered
Accountability: The PM volunteer will have end-end accountability on project deliverables, reporting to the Director, Coach-Giving Program.
Benefits: The Director, Coach-Giving Program will provide a letter of recommendation to the PM volunteer at the successful conclusion of the project and serve as a reference if appropriate.
How to Apply:
Please apply with a cover letter indicating why you are interested in supporting the Coach-Giving Program and why you feel your skill set and experience would make you a good match for this project, along with a detailed resume to:
Sunaina Sharma, Director, Coach-Giving Program
Please send copy of your application package to Project Management Volunteers c/o:
Peter Mulholland, PM-Volunteers, Client Relationship Manager at email@example.com