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What Does a SLTA Coach Do?
What Are the Core Competencies of a SLTA Coach?
How Do I Become a SLTA Coach?
Through a minimum three hours coaching process, a SLTA coach helps a leader understand how their current self and other perceptions of their leader style influences others. (more)
Modeled after the International Coach Federation's (ICF) core competencies, the 16 Core Competencies of a SLTA Coach are grouped into three categories - Agreement, Engagement and Plan. They include: (more)

To apply, download an application (click here for MS Word.doc),


Steps for Setting Up Your SLTA Coaching Relationship

Coaching Resources

What are the Qualifications to be a SLTA Coach?

You  are about to take a leader and friend through a challenging and, at times, daunting, experience of self-identity and intentional growth.  What a great opportunity and responsibility. Here are the steps to set up the process. (more)

      There is an extensive array of coaching resources for information, education and additional training. Check them out. (more)

Download Discussion Guide for coaching meetings. (Discussion Guide)

There are three levels in SLTA Coaching:




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Coaching Forms


Practice Coaching Evaluation

Provisional Coaching Evaluation


Purchase the book for your SLTA coaching experience.

LEADER: Who Are You? -- The SLTA resource book is for each coached leader.  

Purchase the book for background and depth,

Growing the Soul Through Accountability, Disclosure & Feedback

Purchase the book,

Embracing Conflict -- Finding Peace in the Midst of Tension

  Purchase a SLTA Assessment

The SLTA Assessment