Online open day
Do you want to know more about Coaching & Vitality in Organisations? You can visit our online open day page any time to delve into this study programme. Watch videos, talk to students and deepen your knowledge. Or sign up for an online event or open day.
Coaching has become an enormous field of interest. Google 'coach' and you will find thousands of people calling themselves 'coach'. This Master's track helps you to understand coaching in a better context. The main focus is on how to work with interventions and which interventions you can use to be effective as a coach.
Questions such as these are explored in the Coaching & Vitality in Organisations Master’s track.
- Which proactive and preventative steps can you take to ensure “healthy” career development?
- What can organisations do to contribute to job satisfaction and promote the long-term health and well-being of their employees?
- How can you return to work successfully and effectively after being absent due to work-related health problems?
Coaching, employee development and job satisfaction
The Coaching & Vitality in Organisations Master’s track prepares students for a career as an occupational and organisational psychologist or an occupational and health psychologist. The track also provides a sound basis for various other positions, such as:
- (Self-employed) Coach
- Career counsellor
- Occupational health consultant
- Learning & development consultant
- Reemployment and outplacement counselor
- Researcher on issues such as: vitality, healthy working conditions, and effective coaching techniques
Is the Master’s track Coaching and Vitality in Organisations for you?
If you are interested in the following topics, then this Master's track might be a good fit for you.
- Positive occupational health psychology
- Evidence-based interventions to enhance the functioning, well-being, and health of employees (e.g., mindfulness)
- Effective work-related coaching techniques