Workforce Development

Relationship-Based and Reflective Coaching / Mentoring

Apr 26, 2016

This session explores the “how” of building relationships through which providers’ motivation for learning, growth and change is supported.

Relationships impact other relationships. This simple statement offers a powerful tool for coaches/mentors seeking to handle the array of questions, surprises, and dilemmas that arise in a single day of supporting professionals that work with very young children and their families. Coaches/Mentors know the “what” and the “why” of your one-on-one work with professionals working with very young children and their families. This session explores the “how” of building relationships through which providers’ motivation for learning, growth and change is supported. During this session coachers/mentors will identify skills and practice strategies for building effective professional relationships, promoting reflective thinking, and encouraging implementation of new knowledge and skills.

Our topic experts are available for onsite sessions, webinars, keynotes and presentations at conferences, and training specifically for supervisors, coaches and mentors.

Contact Us About This Session!

After submitting a request form, our experts will contact you about scheduling and customizing this session to meet your needs.

Contact Us

Explore more from On-Site Professional Development Opportunities

Explore more from Webinar Professional Development Opportunities

  • Training

    Reflective Supervision

    In this session participants will explore the components of reflective supervision, observe and practice key skills associated with reflective practice and explore strategies for providing responsive…

  • Training

    Trauma-Informed Practice

    This session provides an overview of interventions which incorporate the lens of trauma or chronic/toxic stress to achieve trauma-informed practice.

  • Training

    Infants and Young Children With Special Needs

    This session will focus on supporting families and providers in their relationships with young children with special needs.

Explore more from Request our Experts for Keynotes and Presentations

  • Training

    Foundations of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health

    This session addresses a wide range of areas from the historical foundations of infant and early childhood mental health, importance of attachment, building relationships, and responsive caregiving a…

  • Training

    Understanding Temperament*

    In this session participants will define temperament and temperament characteristics, and explore the link between temperament and "goodness of fit."

  • Training

    Infants and Young Children With Special Needs

    This session will focus on supporting families and providers in their relationships with young children with special needs.

Explore more from Training Opportunities for Supervisors, Coaches, and Mentors