Monday, June 26, 2017
For nearly two decades, Dr. Sandra Schiff has served as the president of Health Mate, Inc., in Southeast Michigan, where she provides career goal training as well as consultation in matters such as transitions and corporate leadership. Working to stay at the forefront of coaching science, Dr. Sandra Schiff remains active in her field through professional organizations such as the International Coach Federation.
Based on the most successful and influential International Coaching Week (ICW) in the history of the International Coaching Federation (ICF), Vice President of Global Development and Membership Colmon Elridge recently announced that the event will be held again May 7-13, 2018. During this celebration, ICF coaches and chapters worldwide promote organizational awareness by offering free services in their local areas so that people have the opportunity to see how beneficial coaching can be in their lives.
During the 2017 event, upwards of 60 different ICF chapters across the globe participated, offering 300 different coaching opportunities to individuals in their areas. These types of services included workshops, webinars, joint efforts with local business, and coaching sessions offered at no cost.
Tuesday, June 13, 2017
Prior to becoming president of Health Mate, Incorporated in southeast Michigan, Sandra Schiff attended Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, where she earned a master of social work in 1981. Sandra Schiff also earned a doctorate in geropsychology and organizational development from the Union Institute and University in 1996.
Started in 1964, the Union Institute and University is a pioneer in adult education, helping to create the format of traditional classroom education along with online classes. The university offers doctoral, bachelors, and masters programs and has over 15,000 alumni. The university also provides students from around the world the opportunity to study wherever you are with its flexible distance learning program.
The flexible scheduling for doctoral students allows them achieve educational goals without having to alter personal lifestyles or work schedules. The program requires students to complete a 66-hour program within seven years. The doctoral programs feature seminars in foundational and research studies to enhance the classroom and online training.
Monday, June 12, 2017
A leadership coach and executive located in Southeast Michigan, Dr. Sandra Schiff has extensive experience in change management and facilitating organizational effectiveness. With a focus on executive leadership and transition coaching, Dr. Sandra Schiff has recently received authorization to function as a NOW WHAT?® facilitator.
Based on Laura Berman Fortgang’s book, Now What?: 90 Days to a New Life Direction, and related workbook, each NOW WHAT?® Seminar encompasses a dozen teleclass sessions over a three-month period. Participants include parents considering returning to work and professionals contemplating career transitions.
Led by Life Blueprint® facilitators, seminars are typically small and rely on an easy-to-use private telephone bridge. Discussion centers on helping participants determine what they want to be “when they grow up,” take action to achieve such objectives, and allow jobs to reveal themselves. Support extends to any major transitions, such as divorce. One unique aspect of this is the Life Blueprint® methodology for finding the DNA that leads to fulfillment and happiness.
For nearly two decades, Dr. Sandra Schiff has served as the president of Health Mate, Inc., in Southeast Michigan, where she provides car...
A PhD graduate of Union Institute and College and a member of the International Coaching Federation, Dr. Sandra Schiff has served as the ...
As a personal, transition, and leadership coach, Dr. Sandra Schiff draws on training in a variety of techniques and methodologies. Certif...
A Southeast Michigan-based coaching services professional with over three decades of experience, Dr. Sandra Schiff has served as presiden...