Dr Julie Scanlon
About the Event
Dr Julie Scanlon will take us through 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 while keeping in mind the reality of their social contexts.
The session will consider;
- Difference and the social world
- Equality and diversity
- Social model of discrimination
- Unconscious bias
- Workplace culture and role models
- Imposter Syndrome
In this Skills Development Evening you will:
- Enhance your understanding of gender’s relevance to, and impact upon, the coaching relationship and context
Drawing on over fourteen years’ experience as an academic, Dr Julie Scanlon is now self-employed as a coach, trainer and consultant specialising in gender and LGBT equality, diversity and inclusion. She works with individuals, organisations and groups in the private, public and voluntary sector. She enjoys working closely with her passion for social justice and in supporting individuals, communities and organisations to be the best versions of themselves that they can be.
Price and Special Offers
As with all AC continuous professional development events, the fees are offered at a very good value, with an extra special price for AC members.
AC member: £25 + VAT.
Non AC member: £40 + VAT.
Attendance qualifies for CPD and a certificate will be emailed to you post-event.
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