AC Coaching Exchange: Gender and Coaching with Julie Scanlon
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AC Coaching Exchange: Gender and Coaching with Julie Scanlon

The Coaching Exchange is a networking event for both internal and external coaching practitioners aimed to inspire and champion coaching excellence. We are delighted to welcome Julie Scanlon to deliver this interactive session on Gender and Coaching. EX VAT PRICE: Members £16.67, Non Members £20.83

06/10/2017
When: Friday 6th October 2017
09:30 - 13:00
Where: Clavering House Business Centre
Clavering Place
UK, Newcastle, Tyne and Wear  NE1 3NG
United Kingdom
Contact: Sally Nia Bullock


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Join us where Julie will share an interactive keynote session, exploring the ways in which diversity impacts upon coaching practice, with a particular emphasis on coaching women.  

Julie will help us to consider how we can work with diversity, without stereotyping and how we best facilitate clients’ development whilst being mindful of the reality of their social contexts.

AGENDA

09.30:  Coffee and conversation
10.00:  Welcome and introduction – Kate Shahid
10.10:  Interactive Keynote – Julie Scanlon (includes 15 min refreshment break)

  • Difference and the social world
  • Equality and diversity
  • Social model of discrimination
  • Unconscious bias
  • Workplace culture and role models
  • Microaggressions
  • Impostor Syndrome

12.30: Q&A
13.00: Session Close


About Julie Scanlon

Julie is a self-confessed ‘recovering academic, turned coach’ who specialises in cultural representations of gender.  

After departing Northumbria University in May, following a twelve year stint as Senior Lecturer, Julie is connecting her interest in how gender operates as a structure in the social world with her interests in coaching as well as the voluntary sector. 

In her last few years at Northumbria, Julie set up a women’s network in order to advocate for organisational change. As a result, her former Department is the first non-STEM subject in the University to aim for a national Higher Education gender equality award (Athena Swan).   

Julie is a Trustee of West End Women and Girls Centre and Team Kenya UK, two small yet significant charities, aimed at empowering women and transforming communities. 

Attendance qualifies for CPD and a Certificate will be emailed to you after the event.  We look forward to seeing you there!

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