Diversity

What to do About our Biases

Today’s dose expands on our recent dose on the topic of bias, expanding on the work of American scientist Jennifer Eberhardt, to add the work of the UK scientist - Pragya Agarwal, explored in her June 2020 book titled: Sway. The integration of scientific findings by both scientists into a better understanding of the nature of bias is profound....

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Inclusion Matters: Adjusting your Mirrors and Managing your Blind-Spots

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Webinar: Inclusion Matters: Adjusting your Mirrors and Managing your Blind-Spots

How are your blind spots and unconscious biases playing a part in the decisions you make and the advice you offer as a Coach? As a leadership coach you are aware of the need to be increasingly mindful of the quality of day to day business decisions made by yourself and your clients. And yet, what are you not seeing?...

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July-August 2020 Coaching Report

A Fierce Time This year the intense summer weather (for us in the northern hemisphere) is accompanied by a fierce intensity of emotions for everyone as we navigate:...

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Palena Neale's picture Submitted by Palena Neale July 12, 2020 - 6:29pm

I recently attended an IOC Huddle on Diversity and Inclusion, in which we shared our experiences in relation to coaching. We explored topics ranging from what coaches can do to support leaders with diversity and inclusion to how to help clients navigate the current social climate. There was an interesting exchange, particularly around intersectionality, multiple identities and identity mapping – but for me, what occurred in the chat was even more fascinating, striking a chord on two different, related levels.

Reflecting on Bias

To simplify the complexity of human experience, the brain categorizes things, grouping them together, which reduces sensitivity to differences. These categories become beliefs and stereotypes. The unconscious associations with a stereotype become bias.

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Reflecting on Bias Book Summary Slides

Book summary slides to accompany the research dose: Reflecting on Bias

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What is Antiracism?

A racist or antiracist is not who we are, but what we are doing in the moment.

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Everybody Rise: Coaching Women & Diverse Clients to Step Up and Lead

Slides to accompany Sally Helgesen and Jeffrey Hull's webinar: Everybody Rise: Coaching Women & Diverse Clients to Step Up and Lead...

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Webinar: Everybody Rise: Coaching Women & Diverse Clients to Step Up and Lead

A lively, interactive conversation about the rise of a new leadership paradigm in the wake of crisis....

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