119 episodes

Tools, tips and teachings from the world's greatest coaches all with one aim — empowering you to be a transformational coach.

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Tools, tips and teachings from the world's greatest coaches all with one aim — empowering you to be a transformational coach.

    118 - David Treleaven: Encountering trauma in coaching

    118 - David Treleaven: Encountering trauma in coaching

    As coaches, it’s important that we are clear on the level of care we are able to provide and when we need to refer a client to another mental health professional. In this conversation with trauma professional David Treleaven we explore the ubiquity of trauma, encountering trauma in a coaching session, resilience practices, dysregulation and nuance and working with the “window of tolerance”.

    David Treleaven, PhD, is a writer, educator, and trauma professional whose work focuses on the intersection of trauma, mindfulness, and social justice. Born in Toronto, Canada, he trained in counseling psychology at the University of British Columbia and received his doctorate in psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco. He is author of the book Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness: Practices for Safe and Transformative Healing.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    117 - Dom Liber: The Practice of Inquiry and its Potency to Transform

    117 - Dom Liber: The Practice of Inquiry and its Potency to Transform

    There are many avenues of exploration into the psyche; Inquiry is one that brings an aliveness and immediacy that can give rise to a sense of wonder, possibility and radical awareness. In this conversation with Diamond Approach teacher Dom Liber we explore the practice of Inquiry, how it differs from analysis, the role of somatic sensing and language, applying Inquiry in coaching practice and potential pitfalls for coaches.

    Dominic C. Liber is an explorer, writer and teacher of the inner world. He follows a lifelong fascination with both magic and mystery, science and sense. He has been on the inner journey teaching meditation for over thirty years, a Diamond Approach student for over twenty years, and a Diamond Approach teacher since 2015. A former actuary and one of the founding partners of LeapFrog Investments, a global leader in impact investment, Dominic now works entirely with the Diamond Approach. He leads groups and works with students mostly in the UK and South Africa.

    • 1 hr 13 min
    116 - Ann Weiser Cornell: Focusing & The Forward Movement of Life

    116 - Ann Weiser Cornell: Focusing & The Forward Movement of Life

    We can only move forwards if we start where we are; a powerful approach we can adopt as coaches is to cultivate deep presence and from there allow a forward movement to emerge organically. In this conversation with Focusing expert and innovator Ann Weiser Cornell we dive into the practice of focusing, how it works, why it’s so effective, working with emotions and parts, the wisdom of the body and the foundations of our inner world.

    Ann Weiser Cornell is internationally recognized as one of the leading innovators and theoreticians of Focusing. She has taught Focusing in eighteen countries and her Focusing books and manuals have been translated into seven other languages. Ann is well-known in the Focusing world for her attention to the language that facilitates Focusing, her popular manuals, and her co-creation with Barbara McGavin of Treasure Maps to the Soul, a body of work applying Focusing to difficult areas such as addiction, depression, action blocks, self-criticism, and unfulfilled desire.

    • 1 hr 17 min
    115 - Linda Graham: How to Help Your Clients Cultivate Resilience

    115 - Linda Graham: How to Help Your Clients Cultivate Resilience

    In these uncertain times of global upheaval it is more important than ever to cultivate resilience; both in ourselves, our clients, and our communities. In this conversation with psychotherapist Linda Graham we explore transfering lessons from individual to collective resilience, the power of hope, cultivating resilient emotions, calming the nervous system, fostering positivity and working with the unsure part.

    Linda Graham, MFT, is an experienced psychotherapist, bestselling author and international speaker. She integrates modern neuroscience, mindfulness practices, and relational psychology in her worldwide trainings. She is the author of Bouncing Back: Rewiring Your Brain for Maximum Resilience and Well-Being, winner of the 2013 Books for a Better Life award and the 2014 Better Books for a Better World award.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    114 - Veronica Olalla Love: The Power of Deep Listening

    114 - Veronica Olalla Love: The Power of Deep Listening

    Attuning to different levels of perception through our quality of listening is something we do naturally as coaches, but learning to navigate this skill with even greater nuance is a limitless endeavour that is endlessly rich. In this conversation with CEO and facilitator Veronica Love we dive into the crisis of listening, the limitations of obvious realities, dynamic coherency, the power of pausing and non-conceptual modes of perception.

    Veronica Love is the Global CEO of The Newfield Network and an international facilitator who trains leaders and coaches who change the world. Veronica has lead Newfield's signature coach training and leadership programs internationally in 8 countries and in two languages. She has trained everyone from individuals, to coaches, to entrepreneurs, to leaders in top organization such as NASA, Google, Fortune 50 Consulting Firms, Niki, IBM, The World Bank and more. Veronica’s unique light and playful demeanor compliment her capacity for depth and impact. She powerfully integrates language and emotions, and how they show up in our bodies to encourage learning and new awareness that helps us create new results in the world.

    • 1 hr 13 min
    113 - Jeremy Lent: Towards a Culture of Fractal Flourishing

    113 - Jeremy Lent: Towards a Culture of Fractal Flourishing

    As we collectively question the foundations of our global culture, its systems, and our individual lifestyles, we are in great need of guidance around human identity, values and how we create meaningful and life-honouring lives. In this conversation with author Jeremy Lent we dive into the methods and impact of meaning-making, the history and cultural differences of the human identity, mirror neurons and group coherence, hedonia and eudaimonia, and the possibility of fractal flourishing.

    Jeremy Lent is an author whose writings investigate the patterns of thought that have led our civilization to its current crisis of sustainability. His award-winning book, The Patterning Instinct: A Cultural History of Humanity's Search for Meaning, explores the way humans have made meaning from the cosmos from hunter-gatherer times to the present day. He is founder of the non-profit Liology Institute, dedicated to fostering an integrated, life-affirming worldview that could enable humanity to thrive sustainably on Earth.

    • 1 hr 14 min

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72 Ratings

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Great Resource for Coaches

What I love about the podcast is the diversity of approaches to coaching that are explored. I love that guests provide an overview of their coaching approach.

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Episode 65

Dear god. “Darkness, pain, death...cosmo erotic humanism.” Humans are the virus. Names and terms that require focused practice to even pronounce, much less comprehend. No thanks. I choose hope.

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A treasure trove for coaches

As a student coach I’m learning a tremendous amount, slowly working my way through the entire Coaches Rising archive. Such a wealth of perspectives, such informative and genuine conversations between people deeply committed to and accomplished in this work. Inspiring! Thanks so much Joel.

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