1) The Leadership Development Office (LDO) in the Harper Center oversees a portfolio of developmental programs at the Booth School of Business. This includes an experiential class (LEAD) of all MBA students, versions of which are also offered to Law and College students at the University.
Other program offerings for the LDO include experiential workshops, managing several student leadership roles, creating and running leadership simulation exercises, a Leadership Practicum, and coachingâ”all for full-time MBA students.
2) Each Coach plays a lead role in designing and managing particular programmatic offerings.
Additionally, each Coach supports our full complement of programs through activities such as individual and team coaching, leading workshops, and instruction.
Finally, each Coach owns a set of administrative responsibilities necessary to the success of the Office. Coaches are part of a team that collectively manage all office activities.
3) Design and manage specific developmental programs.
4) Coach individual students and student teams across all developmental programs; support the development of studentsâ™ capacities as leaders; this includes a broad array of responsibilities.
6) Contribute to the quality of the student experience at Booth.
7) Manage relationships with key internal and external departments on campus.
1) Proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint).
2) Ability to work effectively with faculty, staff, and students.
3) Ability to achieve objectives with minimal direction.
4) Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
5) Strong detail orientation and organizational skills.
6) Professional demeanor including tact and discretion.
1) Masterâ™s degree .
2) Coach credentialing (e.g., BCC, ICF).
1) A minimum of five years of experience developing others. (executive or management development, training, developmental education, counseling, coaching, or a related field).
2) Logistics and event planning experience.
2) Cover letter
NOTE: When applying, all. documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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