Addressing Inclusion in Coaching:
Thursday, November 12, 2020
Advancing Health and Wellness in a Diverse World
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Online via Zoom
$0 International Coach Federation (ICF) MN Members*
$25 Non-members seeking International Coach Federation (ICF) CEUs
$25 National Board for Health & Wellness Coaching (NBHWC) CEUs
$40 CEUs for both NBHWC and ICF
$10 General Public - No CEUs offered
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Coaches have a passion to help others transform and improve their lives. They also have a unique set of skills that can really contribute to the changes we need to see during this time of large-scale systemic change. Which leads to the question-- how do we leverage our skills, increase our awareness, and shift our actions to be more inclusive in our coaching approach, to better respond to the needs of our clients in this rapidly changing world?
This event provides an opportunity to explore foundational differences in definitions of health and wellness that are present in diverse populations, the health equity and disparity issues that different populations face, and coaching approaches that meet the needs of these diverse populations as they strive for optimal wellbeing.
- Discuss critical relationship between health and wellness coaching and promoting inclusion to meet the needs of diverse clients.
- Describe concepts of how to use art, music, and dance to unlock hidden answers that relate to diversity work.
- Identify diversity and inclusion techniques that can be improved upon through self-awareness and conscious actions.
- Discuss Reconciliation as it relates to health and wellness coaching as part of whole systems healing.
Continuing Education Credits
Please select the registration option for the continuing education credits you would like to receive (NBHWC, ICF, or both) for attending this webinar.
- National Board for Health & Wellness Coaching
- This webinar is approved by the National Board for Health & Wellness Coaching for 2 continuing education units (CEP # 100057).
- International Coach Federation
- This webinar is approved by the International Coach Federation for 2 continuing education units.
Keynote Speaker: Rev. Dr. Shawn Moore
Rev. Dr. Shawn Moore is an adjunct Professor at Bethel University, an Ordained Minister, and former Police Officer. Besides teaching Anthropology and Reconciliation, Shawn is an Implicit Bias instructor and Verbal De-escalation instructor training Police Officers for the state of Minnesota. His doctoral research was focused on using coaching as a means to build reconciliation. He is also a student of Learning Journeys International School of Coaching. Shawn has 20 years of experience teaching and facilitating workshops around Race, Implicit Bias, and Cultural Anthropology. Shawn also serves on the ICF Minnesota Board of Directors and is the chair of the ICF MN Diversity & Inclusion team.
Panelist: Jamie Hazelton
Jamie Hazelton is a University of Minnesota trained Integrative Health and Wellbeing Coach and a proud trans-gay woman. Throughout her 8-year transition, Jamie has worked relentlessly to overcome personal barriers and has become an immense advocate for the LGBTQIA* community. Jamie also holds many identities outside of the LGBTQIA* community and uses all her identities and passions to assist her in her LGBTQIA* focused coaching practice.
Panelist: Solange Monono
Solange Monono is a national board-certified health and wellness coach with over ten years of experience in the field of health and wellness coaching. She currently works as a disease management health coach at NorthPoint Health and Wellness Center, where she enjoys working with diverse populations at the community level.
Panelist: Jill Greendeer
Jill Greendeer is an enrolled member of the Ho-Chunk Nation. She comes from a long line of strong matriarchs. She is PhD(c) at the University of Minnesota School of Nursing, has a MA in Integrative Health and Wellbeing Coaching (UMN) and MS in Kinesiology, is an ACE certified group fitness instructor and yoga teacher. She promotes the healing and empowerment of Indigenous people by means of integrative health therapies, culture, traditional healing practices, and spirituality.
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