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Using Coaching to Build Communities Across Diverse Lines

Tuesday, May 26, 2020, 6:30 PM until 8:30 PM
Zoom - Virtual
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May 26, 2020 SPEAKER EVENT


Using Coaching to Build Communities Across Diverse Lines


SPEAKER: Dr. Shawn Moore | CPCC | Ethnicity, Diversity & Inclusivity Coach (EDI)


DATE: Tuesday, May 26, 2020


TIME: 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

LOCATION: Virtual - Zoom


CEU’S: 1.5 Core Competency and .5 Resource Development



We are truly living in a global context that continues to challenge us right before our eyes. How do we engage in difference without harming others or even losing ourselves in the process? Shawn will share what surfaced in his research findings on Coaching and Reconciliation. Reconciliation is the art of removing barriers that hinder authentic relationships. Reconciliation takes a person beyond the old models of conflict management and gives parties engaged in reconciliation a new perspective for seeing beyond certain behaviors and instead gives a holistic view which allows for seeing another’s point of view. This workshop is for anyone looking to improve the coaching skills for working with ethnicity, diversity, and more inclusively.



· Awareness of why understanding ethnic diversity is essential in the 21st.Century

· Awareness of how understanding implicit bias can impact your coaching

· Awareness of the intersection between multi-cultural issues and coaching

· Awareness of the role of racial reconciliation in coaching




Co-creating the Relationship: Establishing Trust and Intimacy with the Client

Facilitating Learning and Results: Creating Awareness


Shawn Moore May 2020Meet Shawn Moore

Dr. Shawn Moore is an adjunct Professor at Bethel University, an Ordained Minister, and former Police Officer. Besides teaching Anthropology and Reconciliation, Shawn is an Implicit Bias instructor and Verbal De-escalation instructor training Police Officers for the state of Minnesota. His doctoral research was focused on using coaching as a means to build reconciliation. He is also a student of Learning Journeys International School of Coaching. Shawn has 20 years of experience teaching and facilitating workshops around Race, Implicit Bias, and Cultural Anthropology. Shawn also serves on the ICF Minnesota Board of Directors and is the chair of the Mirror Committee.