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This podcast is a bold inquiry into life’s biggest challenges with one of the oldest and most distinguished coaching schools in the world. In a spirit of curiosity, compassion, and honesty, we delve into how Integral Coaching can address some of the most pressing issues we face as individuals, as communities, and as stewards of our planet. We’ll explore what it takes to develop the sensitivity and capacity required to live and thrive in an increasingly complex world.

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This podcast is a bold inquiry into life’s biggest challenges with one of the oldest and most distinguished coaching schools in the world. In a spirit of curiosity, compassion, and honesty, we delve into how Integral Coaching can address some of the most pressing issues we face as individuals, as communities, and as stewards of our planet. We’ll explore what it takes to develop the sensitivity and capacity required to live and thrive in an increasingly complex world.

    Episode 18: Parenting as an Integral Coach

    Episode 18: Parenting as an Integral Coach

    The presence we are continually developing as Integral Coaches allows us to be with clients—and to parent children—in a way that has them feel safe, seen, and capable. Addressing the issue beneath the behavior, being curious and receptive, and working to mitigate our own reactivity are all competencies that are essential for relating both as a coach and a parent.

    Coach and educator Catherine Bronnert DeSchepper joins Adam to talk about the myriad ways we can—and perhaps already do—integrate these two roles, and how powerful the effects can be.

    Resources from this episode:

    The Second Mountain: The Quest for a Moral Life by David Brooks

    Positive Discipline

     

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    Revolutionary System Changes with the Enneagram

    Revolutionary System Changes with the Enneagram

    At this year’s Enneagram Global Summit, James Flaherty spoke with host Jessica Dibb about the inextricability of humans and systems. They delve into how each Enneatype can develop their engagement with systems to revolutionize them at every level, from personal to organizational to global.

    This is James’s third appearance at this annual event and, as Jessica points out at the beginning of this recording, their conversations grow more profound each year! We hope you enjoy listening.

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    Episode 17: How Embodiment Frees Us

    Episode 17: How Embodiment Frees Us

    Anne Egseth is an Integral Coach and trained actor who regularly leads the somatic day of the Professional Coaching Course. In this engaging conversation with Adam she speaks to what can open for us and our clients when we begin to be present in our bodies. They also discuss myths around embodiment and common ways of accessing greater somatic intelligence.

    Resources: 

    Book: Bodyfulness, Christine Caldwell

    Video: Being Embodied Beings, John Prendergast

     

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    Episode 16: The Real Power of Empathy

    Episode 16: The Real Power of Empathy

    How is empathy distinct from compassion? What is self-empathy, and why is it important? How can we develop ourselves into compassionate witnesses for our clients’ experiences? In this episode Adam is joined by Whitney Hess, an Integral Coach dedicated to putting humanity back into business. Join them to delve into the important—and sometimes debated—topic of empathy.

    Resources from this episode: 

    The Language of Emotions, Karla McLaren

    How Emotions are Made, Lisa Feldman Barrett

    The Center for Nonviolent Communication 

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    Episode 15: Supporting Clients in Grief

    Episode 15: Supporting Clients in Grief

    Grief can blindside and disorient the people directly affected—and those who wish to support them. In this episode Adam speaks with Richard Levi, who facilitates grief support groups and coaches individual clients in grief. He offers some ways we can ready ourselves to join our clients in the abruptly new world that grief often creates.

    Resources: 

    It’s OK that You’re not OK: Meeting Grief and Loss in a Culture that Doesn’t Understand, by Megan Devine

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    The Revelatory Convergence of Buddhism and the Enneagram

    The Revelatory Convergence of Buddhism and the Enneagram

    At the Shift Network’s 2018 Enneagram Global Summit, James Flaherty joined host Jessica Dibb to for a profound discussion about the many ways that Buddhism and the Enneagram overlap. They explore how integrating the Enneagram into a Buddhist practice allows us to come to it with greater openness and understanding. By giving us insight into the specific obstacles to our own awakening, the Enneagram can help reveal the trailhead to the particular work we are here to do, both on and off the cushion.

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