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September 2017 In-Person Event
09/26/2017 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm$45.00 - $49.00
Got Privilege? What does it have to do with Coaching?
Join Gail Greenstein in her talk on intersectionality: race, class, gender variations,
sexual orientation and multiple identities
|Speaker:||Gail Greenstein, Ed.D (click here for speaker’s bio)|
|Date:||Tuesday, September 26, 2017|
|Time:||6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. ET|
|Location:||Hilton Garden Inn Edison-Raritan Center
50 Raritan Center Parkway, Edison, NJ 08837
|Price:||$45 – Members
$49 – Non-members
Price includes light dinner.
|CCEUs:||1.5 CCEUs approved from ICF in Resource Development|
The International Coaching Federation promotes the use of Cultural Competence as a key competency for successful Coaches. However, are there any limitations to using this as a framework? The research from intersectionality scholars will be used to explore how Coaches can build their critical consciousness by understanding the complex dimensions of social location, privilege, power and oppression. This critical paradigm will also help coaches better understand themselves, avoid blind spots, and support their clients in a larger context to affect relevant, sustainable change to become better leaders.
Join Gail Greenstein, who recently presented her thesis on Coaching and Intersectionality at the Columbia Global Coaching Conference in 2016 and was accepted to present at the Harvard Institute of Coaching in October of 2017.
- Gail will help us to understand the need for a new framework of intersectionality.
- The framework increases the ability for Coaches to place themselves as on a hierarchy of power and privilege.
- The framework supports the coaches to develop a system for coaching a diverse clientele and avoid blind spots.
- For experienced coaches: A great space to have deeper conversations.
- For newer coaches: A wonderful opportunity to be inspired by the work in the area of coaching.
Gail Greenstein, Ed.D – is the Global Head of Talent and OD for Global Functions in Novartis Oncology. She has over 25 years of talent management, OD and leadership development experience in a range of industries from The Travelers, Johnson and Johnson, Discovery Communications, The Gap, Levi Strauss & Co and Novartis Oncology. Gail earned her Bachelor’s in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, a Masters in Organizational Behavior from the University of Hartford, and a Doctorate in Human and Organizational Studies from George Washington University.
Gail recently graduated from the Columbia University Coaching Certification Program in May 2016. She has presented her thesis on Coaching and Intersectionality at the Columbia Global Coaching Conference in 2016 and was accepted to present at the Harvard Institute of Coaching in October of 2017.
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