A Field Guide to Community Coaching

You can request a free “e-book” copy of the field guide by filling out a short form at this site. This book is a 108-page guide to concepts, tools, and examples of coaching that supports individuals, coalitions, groups, and institutions engaged in shaping and sustaining community change. It incorporates examples from rural and urban settings along with tips and tales from over a dozen experienced practitioners. The Guide was developed by Mary Emery, PhD., Ken Hubbell, and Becky Miles-Polka with support from the W. K. Kellogg, Annie E. Casey, and Northwest Area foundations, and the Kellogg Action Lab at Fieldstone Alliance.

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b2: Building collaborative relationships
b3: Involving stakeholders in decision making
b4: Leading community change
b5: Community and cultural influences