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Anti-Racism Coaching is more than just being a better ally, it’s about creating a lasting impact. As a business owner and a service provider, you have so many opportunities to make an impact on this movement. On a personal level you can have those difficult conversations with the people around you, work on your own underlying prejudices and process the emotions and insecurities that are keeping you stuck. With your business you can use your influence to lead other people to start paying attention to these issues, create a welcoming and safe space for a diverse group of people. You can even create new business practices that open you up to a wider audience that wants what you have to offer, there just may be an invisible wall you don’t know about.
The Anti-Racism Coaching Program is a 6 month program (depending on how far along in your journey you are) that will teach you how to make an impact.
Alyssa Hall is an African-American/Cuban woman and a life coach. Upon completing her training at the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC) she began her journey coaching corporate leaders and business owners on mindset and leadership. She now uses those same skills to coach on anti-racism.
Her main area of focus is strengthening the leaderships skills needed to have an anti-racist environment. Alyssa also focuses on the personal growth each individual needs to go through to become anti-racist themselves. She also uses her own experiences as a Black woman to call attention to certain issues that may not be highlighted in the broader community.
The Anti-Racism mini course
A helpful tool to listen too while your on your journey
Click the link below and start your education on diversity, equity and inclusivity. You will learn new skills and have a better understanding on how to do the work.
1:1 Coaching Testimonials
I feel like (she’s) helped me re-ignite the anti-racist part of me that had been a part of me forever, and then take action from that space. I truly feel like I'm making a difference and impact in my business AND the organizations I volunteer with, and will continue to look for ways to disrupt white norms and remove obstacles for BIPOC to succeed.... and it's because of our work that I've found MY power to play a role in this movement.