Sarah Rader Urig
Master of Science in Positive Organizational Development and Change Management
Q: Why did you choose this area of study for an advanced degree?
A: The world is constantly changing and so are organizations. I wanted to learn how to help organizations and their people adapt by focusing on what is already good.
Q: What are your next steps?
A: I will continue to leverage what I have learned and apply it to my coaching work. I plan to finish my International Coaching Federation certification this year and expand my coaching practice.
Q: What's your favorite memory of CWRU?
A: The joy of finally meeting my classmates in person after a year of being remote!
Q: What is your advice for a student starting a graduate or professional program at CWRU?
A: Be vulnerable and expect the unexpected.
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