Fifty-nine Tribal child welfare managers participated in the LAMM from 2009-2013. Overall, tribal managers were highly satisfied with the residential training and showed significant competency gains. However, in general their satisfaction scores were lower than those of state and county child welfare managers. To address feedback indicating that some of the LAMM material was difficult to apply to tribal settings, NCWWI hosted a follow-up residential coaching opportunity to reinforce the LAMM and assist tribal LAMM alumni with applying their prior learning to their unique tribal child welfare challenges. This coaching facilitation guide offers many examples of content and processes found most effective for Tribal child welfare managers. Sections of this curriculum may be used independently to train teams on various components, and/or relevant activities could be used during staff or stakeholder meetings.