Our relationships cross time boundaries embracing our ancestors and future generations. We seek health through the healing of relationships and the restoration of balance of all things. Many of our practices, such as ceremony, revolve around creating or restoring this balance. Our relationships with each other are guided by values and cultural practices that guide our interactions.
Coaching is a tool
This tool is used to create connection that supports health, healing and balance in our relationships with each other and the world around us. Fundamental Native values such as honesty, listening, generosity, respect and connectedness are also the essential foundations of coaching. As a coach, we support our clients’ self-leadership drawing on their innate wholeness, resourcefulness, and creativity to move towards the goals that they have for themselves. Through your work at your Native CDFI or nonprofit organization, you have been supporting the financial health of your community. Integrating coaching skills with your financial expertise will help you co-create relationships with your clients that support a holistic sense of health for themselves, their families and their community.
Coaching increases client success
Individuals and families often need one-one-support to accomplish their financial goals and change financial behaviors. Our financial coaching program will teach you how to have these difficult conversations, and how to keep your clients on track to accomplish their goals.
Look for upcoming training opportunities
Financial coaching trainings are offered several times each year throughout the country. Please visit www.oweesta.org/training-calendar for a list of our upcoming national trainings. Please contact Stephanie Cote, firstname.lastname@example.org, with our Financial Education & Asset Building Department, for more information.