The Kempe Center coaching manager facilitates a quarterly convening of a learning community of county- and state-employed professionals involved in providing coaching services to child welfare professionals. This learning community is called the Colorado Coaches Collaborative.
The quarterly convening of the Colorado Coaches Collaborative involves the following:
- sharing of county-specific coaching program updates and resources
- facilitating a group supervision process for coaches, focused on developing critical thinking and engagement skills for coaching
- facilitating skill-building activities designed to enhance coaching skills
This course is currently only available to members of the
Colorado Coaches Collaborative.
Based in the coach competencies
created by the International Coach Federation, the Coaches College includes a
conglomeration of facilitated online, virtual, and in-person learning
experiences intended to cultivate coaches with the essential values, attitudes,
skills, functions, and insights vital to coaching person-centered change within
a child welfare system.