Have you worked with clients that have different cultural views? Have your cultural bias played any role in how you coach? “As coaches we Dance In The Moment, but what happens when I as a coach prefer our movements to be like a ballet and you prefer a salsa or merengue and I don’t even recognize the steps?” When we consider that all clients are diverse and have preferences based on culture the role of culture becomes a key discussion for us embark on. Join Murray A. Mann as we discuss:
- The role of cultural intelligence in coaches
- Why the Cultural Dexterity is a critical skill for coaches
- How coaches can capture their own and client Cultural Bios
Before attending the call take the opportunity to work with one or more of the Implicit Association Test (IAT) provided on the website https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/. Look for the header Project Implicit Social Attitudes, continue as a guest choosing your country and follow the prompts until you get to the many different tests.
Murray A. Mann is Principal of Global Diversity Solutions Group, President of ICF Chicago and a Project Lead for the International Coach Federation Cultural Competency Team.
He is a multiple certified coach, award-winning thought leader on cultural intelligence, diversity & inclusion and human resource management.
GDSG’s groundbreaking work on cultural intelligence in coaching and multicultural career management has assisted hundreds of organizations and thousands of individuals in achieving their goals. Murray trains coaches to build cultural dexterity using the CULTURES™ Coaching Framework.
Murray A. Mann can be reached at [email protected]