Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging in Coaching: A Practical Guide

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Teaching and growing staff will not be a one measurement suits all exercise. Race, gender, class, schooling, tradition and faith can all have an effect on the wants of staff. Coaches, leaders and line managers should tackle this.

Range, Inclusion and Belonging in Teaching is a sensible information for coaches, leaders and line managers which explains tips on how to perceive totally different worker wants, establish what experiences can influence these wants and reveals tips on how to develop a really inclusive method to teaching and worker growth. It additionally covers tips on how to acknowledge the distinction between staff in survival mode versus those that are thriving, feeling psychologically secure and displaying wholesome resilience.

Packed stuffed with sensible suggestions, instruments, case research, interviews, examples and actions to work by way of in observe, this guide permits coaches, leaders and line managers to create an inclusive tradition of belonging and psychological security to make sure that all staff flourish. There may be additionally particular steerage on tips on how to take care of worker trauma resembling prejudice, racism, bullying, burnout, imposter syndrome and grief in addition to tips on how to domesticate a system of acceptance and encourage all staff to securely carry their genuine selves to work. Supported by professional recommendation, private expertise and trade analysis, this guide is essential studying for all coaches, leaders and managers liable for expertise growth.

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  1. Alistair Cambouropoulos

    An excellent read for leaders, Chief People officers and HR Directors in organisations who want to create sustainable change.

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  2. Zarah Hussain

    A cleverly written and highly researched book that is well over due in the field of coaching and beyond. Salma writes with a warmth and intelligence, engaging the reader on every page. I found the content bursting with a perspective and insight that is fresh and rare in books in this field. Thoroughly recommended.

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  3. J. James

    I’ll be reading this again and again because I know there’s so much wisdom in there that I can’t pick it all up on the first reading. I so wish I’d read this earlier in my career.What I love is that it’s so damn practical – none of your wishy-washy stuff here – it’s full of love and empathy AND it’s also saying And This Must Change – AND here’s how to do it.It’s also so clever that there isn’t a word wasted. It’s easy to write a long book and it takes great skill to be succinct and really let the power of the message come through.In summary, this is an excellent book which provides practical tools for delivering coaching to make real change for people and organisations. The author explains how our different needs and experiences impact our lives and our ability to participate and contribute fully at work and in life in general. There is excellent advice on how to support employees dealing with (for example) racism, burnout, imposter syndrome. And there are questions and moments of self-reflection to give coaches the tools they need so that their coachees flourish

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  4. Mr L M Hargreaves

    What I like most about this book is that you could be just commencing your coaching journey or have tonnes of experience already. Salma’s writing style is fluid and easy to read. I’d highly recommend this book, be it for developing your coaching style or, frankly, holding a mirror up to yourself to see what is reflected back.

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  5. J. James

    I’ll be reading this again and again because I know there’s so much wisdom in there that I can’t pick it all up on the first reading. I so wish I’d read this earlier in my career.What I love is that it’s so damn practical – none of your wishy-washy stuff here – it’s full of love and empathy AND it’s also saying And This Must Change – AND here’s how to do it.It’s also so clever that there isn’t a word wasted. It’s easy to write a long book and it takes great skill to be succinct and really let the power of the message come through.In summary, this is an excellent book which provides practical tools for delivering coaching to make real change for people and organisations. The author explains how our different needs and experiences impact our lives and our ability to participate and contribute fully at work and in life in general. There is excellent advice on how to support employees dealing with (for example) racism, burnout, imposter syndrome. And there are questions and moments of self-reflection to give coaches the tools they need so that their coachees flourish

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  6. Diane McCarthy

    Very informative

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  7. Alistair Cambouropoulos

    An excellent read for leaders, Chief People officers and HR Directors in organisations who want to create sustainable change.

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  8. SBB

    A book about topics so relevant and important to our lives right now, that reads easily despite the complexity of the issues it surfaces. This is for all leaders, not just coaches. Practical and grounded in real world stories that you’ll recognise either in yourself or others you know. Highly recommend

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  9. Zarah Hussain

    A cleverly written and highly researched book that is well over due in the field of coaching and beyond. Salma writes with a warmth and intelligence, engaging the reader on every page. I found the content bursting with a perspective and insight that is fresh and rare in books in this field. Thoroughly recommended.

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  10. NoelWNoelW

    Salma Shah does an incredible job of encouraging coaches to think more deeply about their clients lived experience, and to be sensitive to all of the possible elements in ours and others lives that can either get in the way, or help more your clients from surviving to thriving.

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  11. Dok T

    Salma has written an excellent, engaging and informative book. She tells her own story, adds loads of case studies and vignettes, and provides a coaching framework for coaches to use around the loved experience. Buy it!

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  12. Dok T

    Salma has written an excellent, engaging and informative book. She tells her own story, adds loads of case studies and vignettes, and provides a coaching framework for coaches to use around the loved experience. Buy it!

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  13. Natalie Morris

    Excellent, informative and important

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  14. Diane McCarthy

    Very informative

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  15. Natalie Morris

    Excellent, informative and important

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  16. Rayfih

    Thoroughly recommend this book. The case study scenarios are brilliant and so helpful in identifying where ‘things can go wrong’, and what we can do differently to create a culture of belonging for everyone. It’s written in a highly supportive and challenging style and made a very powerful and positive impact on me from the very start.

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  17. Rayfih

    Thoroughly recommend this book. The case study scenarios are brilliant and so helpful in identifying where ‘things can go wrong’, and what we can do differently to create a culture of belonging for everyone. It’s written in a highly supportive and challenging style and made a very powerful and positive impact on me from the very start.

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  18. NoelWNoelW

    Salma Shah does an incredible job of encouraging coaches to think more deeply about their clients lived experience, and to be sensitive to all of the possible elements in ours and others lives that can either get in the way, or help more your clients from surviving to thriving.

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  19. Mr L M Hargreaves

    What I like most about this book is that you could be just commencing your coaching journey or have tonnes of experience already. Salma’s writing style is fluid and easy to read. I’d highly recommend this book, be it for developing your coaching style or, frankly, holding a mirror up to yourself to see what is reflected back.

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  20. SBB

    A book about topics so relevant and important to our lives right now, that reads easily despite the complexity of the issues it surfaces. This is for all leaders, not just coaches. Practical and grounded in real world stories that you’ll recognise either in yourself or others you know. Highly recommend

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