By

Kristine Pham
June Coaching Up Close: The Skill of Asking Permission Asking permission means just that: asking permission to share a skill, a tool, an idea, a hunch, or anything that comes from YOU. The coaching relationship is participant-driven. If you share your thoughts without asking permission, you have taken over the coaching session and you are...
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TPA Voices Podcast Episode 3: The Link Between Race and Power: White Women in Non-Profit Leadership  On this episode, Michelle Gislason, an expert leadership and development coach, shares her “smog of racism” story and advice on how to learn to recognize habits of racism and actively make choices to encourage growth in others. Special...
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May Coaching Up Close: Starting Conversations About Money Talking about money can be hard, for both coaches and participants. We’ll introduce several low-pressure ways to start conversations about money without needing to be a financial expert. What we cover: Creating positive, supportive, experiences that build awareness of personal beliefs and habits around money Valuing lived experience when...
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Family-Centered Coaching presents: Family-Centered Employment On March 23, 2019, the 2019 NAWB Forum announced the new program, Family-Centered Employment. Family-Centered Employment is a collaboration between Family-Centered Coaching and Innovate+Educate, which seeks to advance new pathways to employment for parents and families with young children. The Two-Generation approach provides opportunities to meet the needs of children...
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March Coaching Up Close: Hiring Coaching-Inclined People In this month’s mini-webinar, we discuss how hiring coaching-inclined people allows your organization to sustain how staff adopt and operationalize coaching relationships and culture. By using language in your hiring process that emphasizes the importance of listening, understanding the complexity of people’s lives, and building on strengths, you...
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