WhyDev is proud to support The 1st Annual Primetime Devie Awards! A way to formally recognise the development practitioners who are doing development right.
Generally speaking, it doesn’t matter how large or how small the organisation you work for is. If you work in aid and development, it’s up to you to look after yourself. Weh Yeoh tells you how.
Tired questions like "How was ?" often receive tired answers. Tanya Cothran explains how better, more thoughtful questions can encourage genuine conversation with both personal and professional benefits.
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.