Talking about race - Shared screen with speaker view
Absolutely, Danielle! Couldn’t agree more!
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Best practices: Putting everything on the table, all the responsibilities and priorities.
Reflecting on wins and your emotional intelligence: expanding your perspective to how you affect others
Trust of the relationship: can we have real conversations?
Best practices from Rafael: focus on the main cultural aspects that influence the relationship
Danielle - I’ve had to seek out training in those areas on my own. However, I’ll add that there is no ICF chapter in my state, so the other panelist may have more insight.
See the fact that race may be a bias, may be in front of the client
Trust (always important)
Best practices from Susana: ask about race in discovery, decide to self-disclose if that’s your style (creates trust and normalizes the topic), talk about it/name it
Self-management: build the tolerance and resilience needed to have the conversation about race
It’s gonna get messy…that’s ok
Deep listening: noticing and responding to cues that inform the story they are telling
Thank you for asking Danielle!
Sonia I like your spirit!
Danielle say more about the intersectionality point?
From Valerie Olson: I found this link that might be helpful to coaches to understand some terms related to race and diversity - https://bit.ly/2ZQVsjQ
Here's the article I was referring to http://susanarinderle.com/interculturalism-vs-diversity-why-both-are-critical-to-di-success/
Intent does not equal impact: what appears on the surface may not be the true reason for the behavior, allows for better alignment
Create a foundation through values, then understand it may be an area you need to work on.
Book recommendation: Thanks for the Feedback
ICF Orange County
Uprooting Racism: Paul Kibel
ICF Orange County
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