This series explores coaching and race consciousness. This issue: connecting our selves – exploring race as coaches. Debbie Wayth, Preeta Cooley and Tammy Tawadros report In the latest in this series, three coaches reflect on their experience of creating,...
In the third in Tammy Tawadros’ series on race equity in coaching, she explores choosing to become a race-conscious coach Part 3: Coaching and race consciousness In my previous article I talked about the ways in which our coaching arrangements, practices and...
In the second of this series of articles exploring race equity in coaching, Tammy Tawadros looks at the ways in which we can examine ourselves and our work through a race equity lens. Part 2: Race equity and coaching – pushing the boundaries In my previous...
In the first of this series of articles about race equity in coaching by Tammy Tawadros, she argues that a confluence of global forces amounts to a call for a ‘conscientisation’ of the coaching profession, and for the need for (executive) coaches to develop a coherent...
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