In this webinar, we will explore a culturally relevant model for one-on-one financial coaching in tribal communities. Financial coaching supports the development of self-sufficiency around financial decision-making. We will explore how a coaching approach differs from other models of client support as well as techniques that support clients to focus on strengthening their financial mindset and behavior so that they are better able to reach their financial goals. We will present a coaching continuum to illustrate how coaching can be integrated at different levels depending on your clients and organizational needs.
- To understand financial coaching, its benefits, and how it differs from other forms of client support
- To explore a culturally-relevant model for providing financial coaching
- To provide a financial coaching demo to illustrate this approach and associated techniques
- To present techniques that support the development of self-leadership around financial decision-making
- To present a coaching continuum that illustrates various ways and degrees to which coaching can be integrated into your current work
Vickie Oldman-John (Navajo), Seven Sisters Community Development Group, LLC
Vickie Oldman John is an enrolled member of the Navajo Tribe and her clans are Black Streak of the Forest People, Mud People, One Who Walks Around People, and Folding Arm People. Vickie is a certified trainer and facilitator for the Institute of Cultural Affairs’ Top Strategic Planning, True Colors, Nonprofit Management, Building Native Communities – Financial Skills for Families, and the Grove Team Performance Model. Vickie currently sits on the boards of Rural Community assistance Corporations Board and Junior Achievement NM’s Native Initiative. Vickie has a Masters in Social Work with a concentration in Community Planning and Administrations from New Mexico Highlands University. She also holds a Bachelor of Social Work degree from Arizona State University.
- Offered: online
- Start: July 30, 2019 -
- End: July 30, 2019 -