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The psychology of race in coaching

12 March 2021 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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2020 will be long remembered as the year the world experienced 3-concurrent challenges, yet collectively, provided a context for major transformation:

  1. Covid-19

  2. disruption to global economic systems

  3. wide-range social protest, in part, triggered by death of George Floyd while in police custody as a result of an officer pinning him to the ground with a knee until the victim lost consciousness and then his life

This global pandemic has amplified a cold hard truth, existing for decades, if not centuries; that is, we cannot realize social justice without addressing injustice; the need for antiracism is rooted in racism; and true equity is achieved only by dismantling the very systems that sustain inequity.

The current context naturally raises important questions for coaching researchers, educators, and practitioners alike, such as: what is the coaching industry’s response to the dynamics of power, rank, and privilege that shape our worldview and impact our daily interactions with clients, colleagues and friends?

How do we move beyond issuing “antiracism statements?

Please note, this webinar will not be recorded.

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Speaker - Dr Terrence Maltbia

Dr. Terrence E. Maltbia is a faculty member Columbia University, and Director of The Columbia Coaching Certification Program, a strategic partnership between the Corporation Learning Solutions Group and Columbia Business School.

Dr. Maltbia’s research interests include emotional intelligence, social intelligence, and cultural intelligence; strategic learning; and executive and organizational coaching.

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