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Implicit Bias: How Our Paradigms Shape What We See

When:
Tuesday, December 08, 2020, 6:00 PM until 8:30 PM
Where:
Metropolitan Ballroom
5418 Wayzata Blvd
Minneapolis, MN  55416

612-238-4444
Category:
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$40.00

DECEMBER SPEAKER SERIES

 

Implicit Bias: How Our Paradigms Shape What We See

 

SPEAKER: Andre Koen | Educator | Speaker | Diversity Coordinator

 

DATE: Tuesday, December 8, 2020

 

TIME: 6:00 - 6:30 PM Networking

6:30 - 8:30 PM Program

 

LOCATION: Metropolitan Ballroom Golden Valley

 

CEU’S: 2 Core Competency

 

We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are. We bring our experiences with us and they frame the context around how we see the world. This context allows us to hide our biases without even knowing we have them. We call this unconscious bias and this session will help explore what we should do with our unconscious bias and how to move towards cognitive control.

 

This session will be interactive and engage attendees in thoughtful and meaningful conversations which help them understand the impact context has on one’s current paradigm, how to identify when a paradigm no longer serves us, and state the difference between unconscious bias, implicit bias and bigotry.

 

ICF COACHING COMPETENCIES

Communicating Effectively -- Active Listening, Powerful Questioning

Facilitating Learning and Results -- Creating Awareness, Designing Actions

 

Participants will:

· Recognize the impact context has on one’s current paradigm

· Identify their current paradigm and its impact on coaching

· Identify when their paradigm no longer serves them

· State the difference between unconscious bias, implicit bias and bigotry

 

Andre Koen Dec 2020Meet Andre Koen

Andre is an energetic presenter, powerful communicator, and a dynamic teacher who captivates and educates his audiences through his training and experience as an improvisational comedian, large group facilitator, keynote speaker, and classroom teacher.

 

Awarded with both the National Association of Human Rights Workers of the Year and the “American Red Cross Marketing” and “The Community Presentations Volunteer of the Year” awards, Andre has been recognized for his work on leadership, human rights, and the impact he has had on his community.

 

He has served as the EEO/Affirmative Action Diversity Coordinator for Anoka County, Minnesota, as the Academic Dean at National American University, and as “Program Specialist” for the Community Education Resource Team through his work with the American Youth Foundation (AYF). While there, he initiated a training program promoting diversity within communities and schools. Additionally, he directs the International Leadership Conference in Ossipee, New Hampshire.

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Jason Jones ICF-MN fills my bucket!! I look forward to the in person meetings to connect with my tribe of coaches and enjoy the way of being only coaches embody. It energizes me. https://s3.amazonaws.com/ClubExpressClubFiles/907122/graphics/Jason_Jones_1992631113.jpg
Bev Lutz ICF membership provides incredible professional networking opportunities, professional and personal growth, and opportunities to explore my strengths as I volunteer in service of my profession.  My chapter really helps me stay current with coaching, thought leadership, and learn-n-earn (CEU’s) from professional development events.  But it’s the supportive coach-friends and collaborators who have made membership for me priceless. //s3.amazonaws.com/ClubExpressClubFiles/907122/graphics/BevLutz1_669008720.jpg

Irene Kelly

Being a member of ICF offers me the opportunity for certification by the industry professional standard bearer; being a member of ICF Minnesota connects me to my professional peers for networking and collaboration.  Membership in both establishes me as “credible” and provides me opportunities to learn and grow.

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Mary Kay Delvo  

Being a member of ICF-Minnesota helps me continue to bring my 'best self' to my clients.

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Trish Perry ICF-MN gives me a place to authentically connect and share with other coaches. I have created long lasting friendships, collaborations and mentorships that have profoundly enriched my life and my business. //s3.amazonaws.com/ClubExpressClubFiles/907122/graphics/Trish_Perry_25161695.jpg
Ann Marie Forshay ICF MN has provided me with crucial connections to other entrepreneurs and colleagues who share similar goals and challenges in their businesses. It's a welcoming place full of great ideas that have moved me forward both professionally and personally. //s3.amazonaws.com/ClubExpressClubFiles/907122/graphics/Ann_Marie_Forshay_1469170036.jpg
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Lance Hazzard I chose to get involved with the ICF Minnesota Chapter to be part of a community of coaches who help our clients grow and achieve their goals. This organization brings great content to our coaching community and enables opportunities to learn and collaborate in multiple ways. //s3.amazonaws.com/ClubExpressClubFiles/907122/graphics/Lance_Hazzard_1065569928.jpg