Introductory

  • Webpage link
    Refer to this list of resources to learn how to be a great coach and VISTA Leader. This short list of references points you to known experts in the coaching field.
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  • Document
    Train sub-site supervisors with visual aids from the Supervisors Orientation. Topics include supervisor roles, capacity building, VISTA Assignment Description (VAD), Coaching, Recruiting, Orientation, and more.Train sub-site supervisors using the visual aids from the Supervisors Orientation.
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  • Video
    Explore this V-Cast series to understand the challenges that may arise for your VISTAs and how to help them develop the skills necessary to solve their own work-related conflicts.
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  • Video
    Hit the ground running by developing a strong working relationship with your team. View this V-Cast to guide you through key early relationship-building steps that will serve you over the course of your term as a leader.
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  • Document
    Use these documents to help plan your personal and professional growth as a VISTA.
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  • Multimedia resource
    Explore factors to consider when developing a training calendar for your members. Learn about optimum times of the year for specific training events, and use a template to develop your own calendar.
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  • Webpage link
    Refresh your knowledge and skills about coaching by exploring resources that focus on coaching VISTA members.
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  • Book document
    Take this tutorial to learn how to build the capacity of your youth development program. Topics focus on the recruitment and management of volunteers.

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