You CAN do meaningful work AND not lose yourself along the way; Focus on yourself and get started!
We are committed to make it possible for you to take charge and move forward with your personal and professional life.
DPPD coaches are certified/accredited coaches with also over 35 years experience in humanitarian and development operations.
Your coaching experience begins with an assessment which clarifies your circumstances and goals. The assessment process creates a compelling roadmap for your coaching experience.
Strengthening your personal foundation
The "Inside" coaching is about creating quick and powerful personal changes. It allows you to develop new perspectives and adopt self-care practices. It strengthens your personal foundation and increases your overall resilience giving you a fresh vision for your personal & professional life.
Strengthening your professional foundation
The "Outside" coaching focuses your professional trajectory: where you are, where you want to be, and how you can get there. You increase the impact of your work and make professional decisions based on opportunity rather than circumstances.
"Commitment" coaching increases your skillful momentum to reach your goals. You have clarity on what is working and what you can do more of right now. You increasingly become more effective managing your life.
"Moving forward" integrates your accomplishments and learning into your future. You celebrate your accomplishments and clarify what is next for you.
Charles Vincent, co-founder of DPPD, is an accredited individual and team coach (CTI - Coaches Training Institute and TCI - Team Coaching International) who worked for the United Nations World Food Programme for 27 years on humanitarian, post conflict and development work, starting as a Volunteer and finishing as Director for the last 12 years.
Kenden Alfond, co-founder of DPPD, is a certified coach (CTI - Coaches Training Institute) and trained psycho-therapist who has worked for over seven years on humanitarian, post-conflict and development issues in India, Afghanistan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Cambodia, and Geneva Switzerland.