This Jobs with Jodi Podcast episode will explore the growing field of coaching, and its impact on Peace Corps field experience. Career Services Specialist Jodi Hammer will chat with professional coaches who will share their experience working within diverse sectors, offer tips and advice based on their own experience in the field, and speak to the variety of opportunities within this growing sector.
Hear about Peace Corps' commitment in recent years to rolling out the Coach Approach system in the field to support Volunteers in their growth, development, and ability to effectively coach those who follow them.
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RPCV Monica Suber (El Salvador 2007–09) is a professional GCDF-certified coach and a member of the Federal Coach Network. She first became involved in the field of coaching during her tenure at Peace Corps headquarters. Since then, she has worked as an Organizational Development Consultant for GSA, where she used her coaching expertise to promote employee growth and development.
Jodi Hammer is an RPCV (Ecuador, 1994–97), Job Coach, and host of the Global Reentry's Jobs with Jodi Podcast. In her role as Global Reentry Career Support Specialist with NPCA, she develops and delivers individual and group programming to foster Global Reentry's mission of providing career and transitional support to RPCVs worldwide.
Need help with your next career opportunity after service? With the Global Reentry Program, National Peace Corps Association (NPCA) is here to help returned Volunteers with readjustment at home after service, provide resources to overcome challenges, and take the next steps toward healthy lives and successful careers.
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