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Neurodiversity in Your Coaching Practice

  • 16 Nov 2023
  • 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • via Zoom
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As coaches, it's crucial to grasp the intricacies of neurodivergent individuals and adjust our coaching methods to cater to everyone's unique needs. This entails understanding distinctive learning and processing styles and reimagining how we handle accountability. 

Join us for an enlightening evening with Alan Wise and Tara Langan as they delve into their personal workplace experiences and share how they adjusted their coaching practices to become inclusive for all individuals.

When: Thursday November 16th, 2023 from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. MT via Zoom

Cost: Free for members; $20 for non-members.

What this session will cover:

  • What is Neurodiversity and why does it matter to your coaching practice?
  • How might this show up in your coaching practice?
  • Strategies for supporting neurodivergent coachees.
  • Open ask Tara Langan /Alan Wise anything.

This session will be held via Zoom. Registrants will receive Zoom details in advance of the session.

Subject to approval from ICF Global, this session qualifies for 1.0 Core Development and 1.0 Resource Development CCEUs. *Registrants must be ICF members and attend the full session live to qualify for these credits. 

Speaker’s Profiles:

Tara Langan

Tara Langan has extensive experience as an HR business partner who has supported leaders and teams in municipal, provincial government as well as private sectors.  After receiving a late diagnosis of ADHD herself she speaks openly about how her own neurodivergence has propelled her into becoming an entrepreneur.

She now consults with organizations on how they can integrate neurodiversity into existing diversity and inclusion plans.

She runs group coaching programs for professionals and is a neurodiversity coach for various organizations supporting professionals and leadership.

She believes in creating cultures of curiosity and values her foundation in coaching as a technique to supporting others who want to lead differently.

When not talking about brains she can be found listening to folk music, enjoying nature and enjoying time with her family. 

Alan Wise

An Executive & Leadership Coach, Diversity Coach, Workforce Development Strategist and Consultant. Alan also serves as a Senior Organizational Development Consultant for PCL Constructors Inc. and as a Premier Coach with BetterUp.

Clients benefit from his multinational, private and public sector experience focused on enhancing leadership and management capability, both individually and collectively as part of a strategic approach to talent management.

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