How to Land That Job Social Series | 6 Ways to Practice Being Coachable

Nov 28th, 2022

How to Land That Job Social Series | 6 Ways to Practice Being Coachable

Employers consistently report that new hires don’t work out for reasons such as coachability and adaptability rather than technical competence. Employers want new hires who are coachable, and a lack of coachability has been noted as the number one reason new hires fail. If you want to be coachable, you have to practice being coached.

At HPU, coaching is seen in the mentorship students receive from faculty and staff members. No one in life gets far without the help of others. HPU understands this. That’s why the university has forged a culture where students are surrounded by coaches who care.

Christopher Synan, the employer relations specialist in the Office of Career and Professional Development at HPU, brings students 6 ways to practice being more coachable and unlock the next level of their professional development.