INCLUSIVE LEADERSHIP The Coach’s Role
Using power well is at the heart of ‘We’re in this together’ thinking.
Knowing what it takes to include people in conversations is a valuable skill for creating change.
This session will provide an overview of concepts and resources, based on Process Oriented Psychology methodology. It explores how we can support our clients to understand power dynamics and use their rank to include the diversity present in their teams. We will explore how the spheres of power intersect and what happens when power is perceived differently by the observer than is intended by the user.
It answers the questions:
Why do people with higher rank experience power differently from people with lower rank in the same situation?
How can coaches address the way power is being used in communication?
For over twenty years Diana Collett has taught widely the concepts about power outlined in Process Oriented Psychology. Her doctorate entitled “Everyone at every rank matters” explores power, rank, and intercultural communication. She has found that people are willing and able to be more inclusive when they are able to analyse the way power is being communicated.
Whether you are an internal coach, a leader using a coaching approach, or a coach looking to expand your own understanding about inclusivity, this session brings pivotal insights into personal and team dynamics.
Event Timezone Reference - United Kingdom
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Diana Collett is an experienced coach/consultant who focuses on the defining shifts of our time. Her specialty areas are team-building for a better future, using power inclusively, and screen mastery. A long-term student of Process Oriented Psychology, Diana has introduced these concepts about power and rank into teambuilding into many settings including community development initiatives for women’s health and refugee resettlement, the Counselling Association of South Australia, and a master’s in counselling program. She has over ten years’ experience embedding a systematic approach to inclusive teambuilding into engineering programs at the University of South Australia for which she received a national citation for teaching excellence. She co-facilitates the CCA Political Pod, sharing space with coaches who are concerned about public discourse and promoting innovative practices to shape a regenerative discourse. Diana is an ICF Certified Professional Coach and Coach Mentor, Inclusive Leadership Trainer and Principle of Heads Up Thinking, which offers global training programs for coaches, counsellors and mental health practitioners addressing the full impact of digital dependence
Event Language - English
Posted By - Diana Collett
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