"My Coaches Corner" (MCC)
The Hope Collection's Coaching and Mentoring Program
Designed to: "Help Others, by Helping Them, Help Others"
The Hope Collection (THC), a 501c3, non-profit has designed a coaching and mentoring program that has multiple applications for individuals, businesses, organizations, educational institutions and often for the collaboration of all the above. Using a system developed and applied originally for the classroom and team sports over decades, THC has capitalized and responded to the universal access to technology and the marketplace needs created in the post "cold war" globalization.
Never before in the history of mankind has there been a larger number of citizens able to participate in society at such high levels of participation. Traditional structures and their limitations have been eliminated as everyone has access to knowledge, information, the marketplace, charitable and governmental options today.
Therefore, the need for coaches and mentors, to help build the functionality and disciplines for citizens to new levels of expectation, is massive. THC Recognizes those who step up and help others with its FUND, FEED & FIX Fruitful Lives Initiative!
The examples are endless. Typical corporate structured environments are disappearing into home based business backed by corporate suppliers of goods and services. Universities, schools and institutions are training online as workers change job descriptions regularly. Banking centers are using Apps to support transactions. The fastest growing sector of the travel industry is "medical tourism." Commercial buildings are being converted to residential centers with shared services on site.
All of this and more, drives the need for coaches who can help the citizenry navigate and capitalize on these transitions. Agriculture's cash crops of the past have turned into "victory gardens" and an "e-pantry" of virtual "biz-ops" and just how does a family, school system, church, industry, government make those transitions.
Urban America is turned upside down, dads have disappeared, mom gets public assistance and grandma takes care of the kids. What do they do with their day? How do they manage? "Rosie the riveter" no longer has a job but still has a family!
Veterans, often returning home with some serious maladies, left our shores to defend our freedoms but have returned to an unfamiliar society, with no particular set of skills that can immediately plug into the marketplace. They are "warriors in transition" returning to a "society in transition!"
Lesson: A mentor is a necessity!