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Workshops & seminars

Workshop — Design Your Future Part I
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Date and time
Date & time

March 3, 2020
10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Where
Where

Concordia Conference Centre, 9th Floor
Room MB-9A
John Molson Building
1450 Guy
SGW campus

Cost
Cost

$10 — includes full access to two-day Alumni Matters conference

Speaker(s)
Speaker(s)

Jess Malz, BA 13, MA 15

Organization
Organization

University Advancement

Tuesday, March 3, 2020

Design Your Future is an innovative developmental lab that combines design thinking and coaching methodologies. The aim is to educate participants on how to create a professional pathway with the mindset and toolkit of a designer.

As a group and individually you will be guided on a journey where we will aim to answer the following big questions:

  • Who am I? Identify your skills and values
  • Where am I going? Mind mapping
  • What’s holding me back? Coaching circles

Participants will:

  • Gain increased self-awareness of their values, skills, passions and challenges and understand the role they play in shaping their career path.
  • Gain design thinking skills, tools and methodologies.
  • Discover and apply coaching skills: active listening, mirroring, giving and receiving feedback, asking open questions.

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Jess Malz, BA 13, MA 15is a learning experience designer, facilitator and certified coach and has a master's degree in Human Systems Intervention. She is the founder and lead designer at INBO, a learning design agency based in Montreal.

She is passionate about (re)designing the way people learn and develop in the workplace using progressive organizational methods to spark change. She also works as a transformational coach with individuals and groups with her Design Your Future program, helping people navigate their careers with the toolkit and mindset of a designer.


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