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July 31st 2017:From Academic to Coach: An Interview with Catelijne Coopmans

In this episode, host Dave Goldberg is joined by Catelijne Coopmans, a newly trained Co-Active coach and former Director of Studies at Tembusu College, a residential college at the National University of Singapore. She is currently preparing to transition from her full-time job at Tembusu to a more freelance existence, combining research and writing with work as an independent coach. Join Catelijne and Dave as they delve into Catelijne's journey as an academic who benefitted from coaching, and explore the various ways in which coaching is relevant to academia and higher education.

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Catelijne Coopmans

Catelijne Coopmans is a Fellow and former Director of Studies at Tembusu College, a residential college at the National University of Singapore. Over the past six years, she has worked with colleagues and students to build and craft a holistic living-and-learning environment. In particular, she has focused on Tembusu’s interdisciplinary seminar-style ‘gen ed’ curriculum and on supporting student agency and self-determination through out-of-classroom workshops and initiatives. In her own experiences as an academic and educational innovator, the fundamental orientation and skills of professional coaching have had a growing influence on Catelijne. Last year she decided to take the plunge and
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