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Monday, January 24 • 13:15 - 14:00
Navigating Change : A Hope-Action Theory Meta-competency

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Understanding the client and career practitioner’s experience of adapting by drawing on the Hope-Action Theory provides a hope-based approach to navigating change. Join Andrea Fruhling, Dr. Norm Amundson, and Dr. Spencer Niles and learn more about adaptation as a meta-competency in your work with clients, as well as within your own personal and professional development.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Understand the Hope-Action Theory in a career development context
  • Consider the Hope-Action Theory competency "Adapting" as a meta-competency
  • Learn practical strategies to identify strengths and support the process of adapting

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Norm Amundson

Professor Emeritus | Professeur émérite, University of British Columbia | Université de la Colombie-Britannique
Norman Amundson is an Emeritus Professor from the University of British Columbia who has worked extensively in the career development field. His work is engaging and he emphasizes the importance of creativity, imagination, storytelling, dynamic action, metaphors and hope.Norman Amundson... Read More →
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Andrea Fruhling

Founder, Coach, Facilitator | Fondatrice, accompagnatrice et facilitatrice, Doubleknot Works
Andrea Fruhling is a certified organizational and career coach, facilitator and Doubleknot founder. Her work ranges from mentoring and teaching coaching (University of British Columbia) to delivering career development workshops and training globally. Andrea’s work is creative... Read More →
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Spencer Niles

Professor and Dean Emeritus, School of Education at William & Mary
Spencer Niles is Professor and Dean Emeritus at the School of Education at William & Mary. He previously served as Distinguished Professor and Department Head at Pennsylvania State University. He is the co-founder of Hope-Action Theory.

Monday January 24, 2022 13:15 - 14:00 EST