Henley Coaching Webinar April 27 - How Race Matters: Coaching for Social Change

This session will share research findings which looked at ‘What needs to change for the world of coaching to take an anti-racist approach?’ The webinar will highlight the steps the research suggests are needed for us to engage with coaching as a social change process.

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Event information
Date  27 April 2022
Time  13:00-14:00 (Timezone: Europe/London)
Price  FREE
  Venue  Online
 Event types:
Webinars

 

Description

Coaching has only just begun to dip its toe into the waters of critical awareness and critical consciousness as a professional practice. We have begun to ask questions such as: ‘What and who are the dominant coaching norms serving?’; ‘What are the ethical implications of coaching in oppressive contexts?’; and ‘Can coaching itself be experienced as oppressive?’ This session will share research findings from interviews carried out with Black, indigenous and other coaches of colour from the UK, USA, Africa and New Zealand. They discussed with me the question ‘What needs to change for the world of coaching to take an anti-racist approach?’

The session will highlight the steps the research suggests are needed for us to engage with coaching as a social change process.

Who Should Attend?

The socially and politically orientated, curious and humanistic who are looking to engage with existential, systemic, human liberation issues in coaching.

Accreditations

By attending this event live, you will receive 1 CCEU unit from the ICF and 1 CPD hour from the AC.

Charmaine Roche

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 Charmaine Roche is Director of Lifeflowbalance Coaching and Consulting Ltd and an   Association for Coaching Accredited Executive Coach, Coach and Leadership Supervisor,   PhD researcher at Leeds Beckett University and a podcaster. As a researcher, writer and   podcaster, Charmaine contributes thought leadership in the field of executive coaching,   with a focus on the ethics of coaching for social change in oppressive contexts. She is   currently engaged in a groundbreaking global research project exploring the views of   Black, indigenous and other coaches of colour about what the world of coaching needs   to do to take an anti-racist approach. Charmaine coaches and supervises internationally   across a number of sectors.

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