Brendan asked the participants of WhyDev's Peer Coaching Pilot to respond to the following question with an image: What does aid/development mean to you? This post showcases the submissions that have been received and opens this call to action to everyone.
Today, we will close registration and begin matching people one-to-one to get them started on their peer coaching partnership. Brendan gives a snap shot of who has registered so far and encourages everyone, regardless of age or experience, to register and be part of this innovative, experimental and career-changing program.
WhyDev is excited to announce the launch of its Peer Coaching Pilot Program. This service will match aid workers around the world with a peer to facilitate a peer coaching partnership. There are only 400 places available in this pilot, so don't miss your chance to be part of the next big thing in aid and development.
It is the last week of our crowdfunding campaign, and we are about $5000 short of our goal. In this post, Brendan Rigby reveals the results of the initial survey that kickstarted peer coaching and demonstrates that this idea has enormous potential. Find out who these potential peer coaches are and what they would like out of peer coaching.
In this post, Jaclyn Schiff interviews our own Brendan Rigby about the peer coaching initiative, revealing for the first time results from the original survey that kickstarted the project. This is part of a series of interviews for Pangea, a new online show for people interested in global issues.