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Discussions, theories, and answers to reader questions about coaching and behavior.
Dawn C. Reid Ph.D., ACC
Can we apply CRT to the coaching industry? Yes, we can and we should. This post is Part II of The Application of CRT in Coaching.
Part 1: Critical race theory (CRT) can be used to examine and improve the field of coaching. To understand how, it's first important to make sense of what CRT is.
Why are people trying to achieve happiness and failing at it? Maybe it's time to change our understanding of what happiness is and is not.
Coaches who understand their niche market well have a greater chance of building an effective brand that reaches their ideal coachee. Do you know who your CREAM clients are?
State of knowledge in coachees explains how coaches can evoke awareness.
I found it difficult to find professionally certified Black coaches, and I am one.
Should coaches know the difference between coaching for change and coaching to transform?
While the coaching industry supports diversity, inclusion, and equality, there is still work to do.
Being a coach is a wonderful profession. It's also hard at times. That's why coaches must put supports and resources in place to help them grow, learn, and thrive.
Are you trying to help clients create and live in a "new normal"? Your mindset can impact how you and your clients coach present and post-COVID.
Can we address coaching sensitivity succinctly, compassionately, and carefully within the coaching industry? I believe we can.
How we view a coachee and approach facilitating the coaching process determines if we are successful or not.
How rigid is a Solution-Focused Coaching model? I found out that it's more flexible than coaches might think.
Are you really holding space for your clients? Pluralistic coaching can make sure you do.
Dawn Reid, Ph.D., is a coach for coaches. As the CEO and Founder of Reid Ready Life Coaching, her goal is to help coaches and coaching professionals create, manage and expand a thriving coaching practice.