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Silenced and Sidelined: Finding Voice In Troubling Times

Wednesday, November 18, 2020 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Carrie Arnold, Program Director | Evidence Based Coaching, Fielding Graduate University

This presentation covers the phenomenon of silencing while highlighting original research findings; it also reviews strategies people have used to recover and lead with voice currency. The silenced leader is a paradox as leadership implies a sense of voice and efficacy. Leaders need to communicate their purpose and vision to enlist followers. This is hardly done through silence, yet Arnold’s research suggests many sitting in senior roles feel silenced.

There are three categories of silencing: Systems, Relationships, and the Self. It is a myth to assume men always silence women. Women silence other women in equal, and at times, more painful ways. The impact of silencing can be severe, which requires greater awareness. Voice recovery relies on the ability to focus on the phenomenon and frame it as a virus. Second, there are strategies to heal and develop a resiliency that requires a shift in focus.
 

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Presenter

Carrie Arnold
Carrie Arnold

Program Director | Evidence Based Coaching, Fielding Graduate University

Carrie Arnold, author of Silenced and Sidelined: How women leaders find their voices and break barriers serves as the program director for evidence based coaching at Fielding Graduate University.

She has over a decade of leadership coaching experience and 20 years’ experience working in healthcare, human resources, training, and organizational development. She has worked for multi-hospital systems in leadership positions and has consulted in various industries. As a coach, she has served within the federal government, all levels of education, healthcare, and private sectors working with over 300 individual and group clients. She works with emerging leaders and also coaches at the president, CFO, COO, CHRO, VP, physician, and superintendent level.

Dr. Arnold also operates her own consulting practice The Willow Group.


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