non-judgement in coaching

Coaching Webinar – Intercultural Sensitivity and the Notion of Non-judgement

Description

In a society that is becoming socially and culturally diverse, how aware are we as coaches of our clients’ social and cultural differences? This webinar provides provoking insight into the challenges that can be experienced by coaches and the notion of non-judgement in coaching.

Who Should Attend?

This webinar is relevant to new and experienced coaches and anyone who is interested in reflective coaching practice.

Accreditations

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

The fee for the webinar is £30 (incl. VAT) (10% discount for Henley alumni; free for Coaching Centre members).

The speaker: Dr Dionne Spencer

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Dr Dionne Spencer has worked in the higher education sector for 18 years. She works with coaches, academic staff and professional services to reflect on their practice, challenge assumptions and create safe non-judgemental spaces for students through the facilitation of coaching.

“Dionne Spencer is a speculator coach; she transformed my university experience as a whole. With my mental health issues and learning disabilities, she really helped me to focus my mind on improving my self-esteem and believing in myself.”

Anonymous

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