Interested in Family-Centered Coaching? Developed by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Family-Centered Coaching is a set of strategies, tools, and resources that can help programs, agencies, case managers, coaches, and others change the ways they work with families striving to reach their goals.
Experience a design process, including framing the problem, identifying organizational opportunities for incorporating mindset, brainstorming ideas, creating prototypes, and testing solutions.
Joined by government and nonprofit partners from across the country, The Prosperity Agenda joins W.K. Kellogg Foundation and the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities to launch the Family-Centered Coaching Toolkit.
We've partnered with The Financial Clinic to deliver a series of short, powerful webinars for coaching staff and those who aspire to become coaches. In these webinars, we'll look at real obstacles from the field and provide tools that help coaches and clients overcome challenges together.
Join us on May 10 to explore what Financial Security and Choice mean and how financial capability work can change lives for people who have been generationally affected by poverty. Hear short, provoking talks that inspire new ways of thinking about financial capability.
TPA and DSHS will facilitate a workshop at the National Conference on Coaching in Health and Human Services at UC Davis Extension on Career and Life Coaching.
After TPA's 2016 Financial Capability Summit, we heard from Summit participants a need to put more emphasis on program design and delivery to people experiencing poverty. Our Innovation Design Workshop for nonprofit service providers focuses on amplifying the client's voice through generating ideas and putting them into action.
Our 4-day training program & toolkit is nationally recognized to help case managers and front line staff to learn effective coaching methods and financial concepts to better engage with individals from diverse communities experiencing poverty.