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Coaching People Who Are Different From You
Do you find yourself coaching people who are different from you? Perhaps they are of a different age, race, gender or sexual orientation. As coaches, we pride ourselves on asking questions and listening so being different shouldn’t matter, right? Well, not exactly. We are still human. This interactive session will focus on the human side of coaching. You will specifically learn how our implicit bias and blindspots may interfere with us building the most trustful coaching relationships possible with clients that are different from us.
In addition to what was mentioned above, participants will learn:
Why coaching people different from oneself is a vital skill
A history of diversity, equity and inclusion approaches and why these approaches have failed in organizations
Common missteps that humans take when interacting with people different from ourselves, and how to recognize and avoid these missteps.
What coaches need to know about anti-racism
This session will be highly interactive so come ready to participate! Participants will also have an opportunity to ask questions without judgement and practice approaches through interacting with their colleagues.
Participants will earn 1 Core Competency CCE for attending this webinar.
As a global culture leader, credentialed coach, and speaker, LaTonya helps people, organizations and entrepreneurs thrive. She also helps organizations better connect with their employees. LaTonya has worked with Fortune 500 companies, higher education entities, technology and consulting firms, and executive leadership teams. Her career has been shaped by roles she has held working with highly admired companies in progressive, newly created, talent management roles. She has built leadership development programs from the ground up. LaTonya’s coaching clients include powerful executives, underrepresented groups, flourishing entrepreneurs, ambitious leaders and purpose-driven professionals. LaTonya leads with a vision, which is that people connect better across differences, and that entrepreneurs feel empowered to thrive. Her vision inspires her to speak on a wealth of leadership and empowerment topics. You can learn more about her speaking topics on her website (www.latonyawilkins.com). LaTonya often pairs her talks with targeted coaching to help her audiences translate and take consistent action on learning. LaTonya is currently the President of the True Star Youth Foundation board, which is a digital marketing social entrepreneurship company run entirely by youth that recently received a Google Impact Award. She is also a board member of the LGBTQ+ Alumni Association at Indiana University and a Leadership and Teams Instructor at Gies College of Business at the University of Illinois. LaTonya also won a peer-nominated award for most Inclusive HR Influencers in 2019. She is also a board member with the Leadership Forum Community.
All virtual events are 12-1 pm Central/ 1-2 pm Eastern.
Wednesday, October 7, 2020, 12:00 PM until 1:00 PM
online via Zoom
Join details will be sent 24 hours prior to the webinar
Registration is not available online - contact the event coordinator
Payment In Full In Advance Only