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July, 2024

Tuesday
30
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Join us for an inspiring fireside chat featuring Aiko Bethea, a distinguished PCC coach, executive leadership coach, and a recognized thought leader in diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). With extensive experience in scaling the impact of executives and teams through emotional intelligence and resilience, Aiko has made significant contributions to DEI practices in various organizations. In this session, Aiko will share her expertise on:
Developing self-awareness as a foundation for equitable coaching
Building client relationships grounded in equity and inclusion
Creating and sustaining inclusive coaching communities.
Aiko’s impressive background includes contributions to the NYT Bestseller “You Are Your Best Thing” anthology, and recognition by Forbes, CultureAmp, All American Entertainment, and Wonder Women in Tech. She has worked with renowned organizations such as Adobe, Google, Microsoft, and Intuit, helping them cultivate equitable and inclusive environments. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights and practical approaches from Aiko Bethea. Learn how to maximize human potential through the principles of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in your coaching practices and communities. Earn 1.00 Core Competency & .5 Resource Development CCEU.

August, 2024

Friday
16
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Tuesday
20
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This course introduces coaches to the importance of Intercultural Competence and Communication, how culture is formed and its dimensions. Participants will gain understanding and insight into how their coaching practices can be more inclusive. Learning objectives: Components of culture, how it is formed and conditioned, Connecting values and behaviors to culture Introduction to Cultural competency, Introduction to Intercultural Dimensions. Earn 1.00 Core Competency & .5 Resource Development CCEU.

More details: https://icfwashingtonstate.org/event-5781743?CalendarViewType=1&SelectedDate=8/30/2024

September, 2024

Friday
20
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October, 2024

Friday
18
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Seth Bate (he/him), PCC, will be the first 3-time Coaching Over Coffee volunteer. Seth coordinates all coaching for the Wichita State University Community Engagement Institute (CEI) and serves as both an internal and external coach. As part of his CEI portfolio, Seth also serves on the Kansas Leadership Center teaching and coaching team. As a coach, Seth is empathetic and direct. Clients say he is so easy to talk to that sometimes they don’t even know they are being coached – until a provocative question from Seth opens up a whole new perspective. Coaching conversations with Seth are often filled with laughter punctuated by a full, present, rich silence.
Away from the leadership and coaching world, Seth is a student and lover of local history and has published articles about infamous Kansans Carry A. Nation and Gerald Winrod. His recent book on Winfield’s Walnut Valley Festival is available from Arcadia Publishing/The History Press.