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Incorporating Neuro-Inclusion in Your Coaching Practice

  • 15 May 2024
  • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
  • The Orange Hub #440 - 10045 156 Street NW, Edmonton


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In this second-level session hosted by Tara Langan and Alan Wise, we will revisit and enhance our understanding of why neuro-diversity is important to acknowledge as part of your coaching practice and provide tangible strategies that you can incorporate immediately to ensure neuro-inclusion within your coaching practice. Examples will include:

  • Adjusting your intake process
  • Questions you can ask your client that set them up for success

We'll also cover further professional development opportunities to continue your professional development in this area. Our format for this session will be primarily experiential with facilitated work in both pairs and table-groups.

Speaker's Profiles

Alan Wise
Alan serves as an Executive & Leadership Coach, a consultant on workforce development strategy and in leadership development program design and delivery. Additionally, he serves as a consultant on organizational development for PCL Constructors and as a Premier Coach with BetterUp, a global coaching provider.

Alan has experience across both private and public sectors with a focus on leadership and talent development. This includes six years working with Alberta Health Services and six years with the Alberta provincial government where he led Executive Development across the public service. 

Tara Langan
With a background in Human Resources and a recent ADHD diagnosis, Tara has established herself as a key voice in advancing normalizing neurodiversity in workplaces on LinkedIn as well as a keynote speaker. With several presentations including taking the stage at DisruptHR she is proudly inviting a call to action for workplaces to embrace neurodiversity and mental health.

Taking the lead on advancing neurodiversity in industry, she has recently partnered with Athabasca University to develop a getting started continuing education program: Neurodiversity in the Workplace training program for leaders, HR professionals, and teams. Tara's approach is centered on offering a universal human centric approach to the human experience. She is authentic and real and has fun with her audiences along the way.

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