#Relate2016 – Learning & Development Series

If you’ve started to think about your New Year’s Resolution, you might want to add one more to your list.

Do not miss out on Relate 2016, a progressive new Learning & Development Series that showcases expert guest speakers giving insights into the hottest topics in education. There’s a world of expertise out there and we plan on giving you the best of it.

Join us January 6 from 12-1PST as we speak with Craig Forman. With over 10 years of coaching and advising experience, he’ll give us insight into a topic that even the most progressive organizations are still trying to figure out…Coaching. It will be our first in the series titled “Coaching 101: Back to Basics”.

When: January 6, 2016, 12-1PM PST

Register herehttps://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/550724080939284710

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More on Craig: 


Craig Forman’s career has been focused on human potential and more specifically, on how to support others in unlocking theirs. Currently, Craig works for Achievers, a company who’s mission is to change the way the world works, where he consults with HR professionals to increase employee engagement through peer-to-peer recognition and rewards programs. Prior to this, he spent over 10 years in Higher Education, 5 of these years exclusively on the development and delivery of coaching programs focused on student success; other roles included leadership in both Student Services and Admissions departments. Additionally he earned a Masters Degree in Organizational Psychology from Golden Gate University in San Francisco and is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force where he spend four years working in the Intelligence field as a Linguist. Craig lives just north of San Francisco in Corte Madera with his wife and 2 daughters (4 and 7); when not working or parenting he can found enjoying nature or catching live music.

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