Foundations of Coaching
This training series was originally presented February-March 2022
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Coaching is an essential professional development tool. Coaching promotes professional development and helps to retain a highly skilled workforce. This series oﬀers an approach to learn coaching fundamentals and begin integrating it into your organization.
Through this virtual, 5-module series, you will:
- Learn how coaching can transform your organization and workforce
- Engage in individual and collaborative learning with other professionals, and with the series facilitators, who are certified by the International Coaching Federation (ICF)
- Gain the foundational knowledge and skills to begin coaching others
Each module includes:
- Pre-work (30 min)
- Virtual Learning Session (120 min)
- Try-it exercises (30 min)
Who Should Attend: Staff of family resource centers (FRCs), child abuse prevention councils (CAPCs), and other child- and family-serving organizations who would benefit from learning and practicing foundational coaching skills for the purpose of workforce development.
MEET THE SPEAKERS
Christa provides coaching, training, and technical assistance and organizational consulting to State and County child welfare. She has extensive experience in child welfare, supervision, coaching and organizational development. She has successfully coached trainers, caseworkers, supervisors, and managers in Florida, New York, Alabama, Wyoming, Colorado and the Miami/Dade area of Florida. Christa has her Masters in Social work and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She also received her Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) through the Coaching Training Institute, as well as her Professional Coaching Certification (PCC) through the International Coaching Federation.
Brenda provides training, coaching and technical assistance to State, County, and Tribal child welfare agencies and professionals around the country. Brenda has been an integral part of implementation of coaching in Alabama, Ohio, New York, Virginia and the Miami/Dade area of Florida. Brenda has her Masters in Counseling and Psychology Services. She received her coaching certification through the Adler Graduate School of Professional Psychology and, is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coaching Federation.
Senior Program Associate,
Butler Institute for Families