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Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging in Coaching

A Practical Guide

Develop a culture of inclusion and coach a diverse workforce to enable all employees to flourish using this practical guide.
EAN: 9781398604506
Edition: 1
Published:
Format: 234x156
272 pages

About the book

Coaching and developing employees is not a one size fits all activity. Race, gender, class, education, culture and religion can all affect the needs of employees. Coaches and line managers must address this.

Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging for Coaches is a practical guide for coaches and line managers which explains how to assess different employee needs, identify what experiences can impact these needs and shows how to develop a truly inclusive approach to coaching and employee development. It also covers how to recognise the difference between employees surviving and thriving as well as how to assess who is displaying resilience and who is simply ignoring an issue and hoping it will go away.

Packed full of practical tips, tools, case studies, interviews, examples and activities to work through in practice, this book allows coaches and line managers to create a culture of belonging and ensure that all employees flourish. There is also specific guidance on how to deal with employee trauma such as prejudice, racism, bullying, burn out, imposter syndrome and grief as well as how to cultivate a system of acceptance and encourage all employees to bring their authentic selves to work. Supported by expert advice, personal experience and industry research, this book is crucial reading for all coaches and managers responsible for talent development.

About the authors

Salma Shah is the Founder and Director of Master Your Power Coaching Training where she runs courses with a specific focus on diversity, inclusion and belonging. Based in London, UK, she is also a UK ICF (International Coach Federation) Board member and a monthly contributor to Training Journal. Prior to this, she worked in the IT industry where she worked with FTSE 100 clients on their human relationship management strategy.