43 min

The Golden Hour S3, EP8 | Hold Successful Meetings The Golden Hour

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Welcome to the Golden Hour Podcast, with Maya Gudka. 

In this episode Maya is joined by Caterina Kostoula, Executive Coach, Author and founder of The Leaderpath. 

Caterina has coached leaders from Google, Amazon, Vodafone, WPP, Ferrero, ArcelorMittal, and several entrepreneurs. She collaborates with INSEAD, coaching Executive MBAs and alumni. She is a member of the Forbes Coaches Council, the European Mentorship and Coaching Council. 

In this episode we talk about holding successful meetings. Caterina deep dives into the different types of meetings and how effective meetings can make history. Caterina shares how we can change the world one meeting at a time with invaluable insight into her 4D framework which illustrates the 4 steps on how to hold an effective meeting. Caterina explains how she came to write her book during lockdown, whilst home-schooling her children and coaching by managing her time for deep work and ensuring she has meeting-free days. 

To connect with Caterina, find her on LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3tX5q1A 

Maya is an Executive Coach & Researcher; with a decade of experience as an Executive Coach, Maya has worked with hundreds of leaders, on their journeys. She is also researching the subject of executive development with top faculty at London Business School. 

To find out more about Maya or get in touch visit: www.mayagudka.com 

 

Show notes:  

03:05 - Why Caterina wrote a book on holding successful meetings?  

05:29 - You need other people to maximise your impact 

07:15 - Inspiration through working with others 

07:57 - Coaching vs Meetings 

09:57 - How to position yourself in a meeting 

12:27 - The 4C’s of having a good meeting 

18:20 - Caterina’s course on holding successful meetings 

22:55 - The 4D Framework: Define, Develop, Decide & Do 

28:11 - How Caterina manages her time 

33:35 - Building a LinkedIn following 

38:20 - How having the right executive assistant impacted Caterina’s work 

40:05 - Is Social media taxing on Caterina’s personal wellbeing? 

41:30 - How Caterina uses mechanisms to avoid addiction to Social Media 

Welcome to the Golden Hour Podcast, with Maya Gudka. 

In this episode Maya is joined by Caterina Kostoula, Executive Coach, Author and founder of The Leaderpath. 

Caterina has coached leaders from Google, Amazon, Vodafone, WPP, Ferrero, ArcelorMittal, and several entrepreneurs. She collaborates with INSEAD, coaching Executive MBAs and alumni. She is a member of the Forbes Coaches Council, the European Mentorship and Coaching Council. 

In this episode we talk about holding successful meetings. Caterina deep dives into the different types of meetings and how effective meetings can make history. Caterina shares how we can change the world one meeting at a time with invaluable insight into her 4D framework which illustrates the 4 steps on how to hold an effective meeting. Caterina explains how she came to write her book during lockdown, whilst home-schooling her children and coaching by managing her time for deep work and ensuring she has meeting-free days. 

To connect with Caterina, find her on LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3tX5q1A 

Maya is an Executive Coach & Researcher; with a decade of experience as an Executive Coach, Maya has worked with hundreds of leaders, on their journeys. She is also researching the subject of executive development with top faculty at London Business School. 

To find out more about Maya or get in touch visit: www.mayagudka.com 

 

Show notes:  

03:05 - Why Caterina wrote a book on holding successful meetings?  

05:29 - You need other people to maximise your impact 

07:15 - Inspiration through working with others 

07:57 - Coaching vs Meetings 

09:57 - How to position yourself in a meeting 

12:27 - The 4C’s of having a good meeting 

18:20 - Caterina’s course on holding successful meetings 

22:55 - The 4D Framework: Define, Develop, Decide & Do 

28:11 - How Caterina manages her time 

33:35 - Building a LinkedIn following 

38:20 - How having the right executive assistant impacted Caterina’s work 

40:05 - Is Social media taxing on Caterina’s personal wellbeing? 

41:30 - How Caterina uses mechanisms to avoid addiction to Social Media 

43 min