In this podcast I talk to Sunita Sehmi about being an inclusive facilitator, and also about how we can deal with sensitive topics like diversity, both as facilitators but also as a learning topic in itself.
I mention the concept of faceblindness in the podcast, and then saw this article on faceblindness in The Guardian, so thought I’d provide the link here so that you can see I didn’t just make it up.
Sunita also mentions the article Do you feel my pain? Racial group membership modulates empathic neural responses
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Sunita Sehmi is a Certified Executive Coach, Consultant, Speaker and Trainer. She is of Indian origin and was born in London before moving to Geneva in 1992. She has a Psychology degree, specializing in Occupational and Developmental Psychology and a Post Graduate certification in the Development and Training of Adults from the UK. She also has a Masters in Human Resources, Coaching and Career Management from HEC University of Geneva … read more about Sunita here.