Ideas for Good : Dot. Coach Graduation Ceremony
Coaches believes that everyone has sufficient abilities and resources to deal with challenges at different stages. With this belief, a group of visually impaired people took the coaching course of the International Association of Coaching (IAC). In more than 110 hours of study and practical experience, these visually impaired coaches have successfully broadened the views of more than 300 people, allowing them to find new directions in their career, family, and interpersonal relationships.
The society generally believes that due to the limitation of vision, most visually impaired people can only engage in basic and technical jobs in terms of career choices. However, a group of visually impaired people who dare to challenge traditional ideas are willing to receive in-depth and professional training, say “no” to their own limitations, and create a new field of career for visually impaired people. In the past two years, they have not only fulfilled their potential, but also inspired others with their own life stories, which is their greatest satisfaction and joy.
In order for everyone to share their joy and vision, we sincerely invite you to attend the graduation ceremony on May 20th to witness how they break barriers, break through social frames, turn resistance into assistance, and promote social innovation culture. At the ceremony, they will share the journey of becoming a coach and the development philosophy and vision of the establishment of the social enterprise The Coaching Dot; in addition, they will also demonstrate on-site coaching dialogue so that guests can experience the influence of coaching dialogue. Details are as follows:
Date: May 20th, 2017 (Saturday)
Location: 1/F Auditorium, Duke Of Windsor Social Services Building, 15 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai