November 16, 2021, 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.

Unconscious Cognitive Bias in the Coaching Practice
Dr. Carlos Davidovich

Takeaways:

    • Defining the two main systems in our brain that deal with biases, and how.
    • Understanding the influence that unconscious biases have on our coaching practice, specifically on our clients and how this can affect results.
    • Privileges, microaggressions and microaffirmations; dealing with them in our coaching practice.
    • Learning the right coaching questions to support our clients to rewrite their patterns of conditioning. 

About Carlos Davidovich

Carlos has over 20 years of experience supporting the development of leaders and management teams alike on an international scale.

Raised and educated in Argentina, Carlos lived and worked in Europe for twelve years, in Canada for seven years where he worked as a Performance Coach and was giving workshops and lectures on Neuromanagement, applying neuroscience in organizations and business. Carlos is back in Madrid working with clients from Europe, the U.S. and Canada.

Originally educated as a medical doctor in Argentina, Carlos draws on this training in medicine, and understanding of the brain, to apply Neuromanagement coaching modalities that lead to obvious, sustainable change for his clients.

Over the course of his career, for more than twenty years he has also gained management experience in business executive roles working for multinationals such as Hoffmann-La Roche and Pharmacia Corp/Pfizer in the area of Biotechnology applied to human health.

He is a professor of Neuromanagement in the MBA program at the University of New York in Prague, a guest lecturer for the Masters in Leadership program at the Lang School of Business & Economics at the University of Guelph and a thought leader with the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital, and a Harvard Medical School affiliate.

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