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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.

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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.

    60: Erica Ariel Fox - The Power of Myth and Archetypes to Transform in Coaching

    60: Erica Ariel Fox - The Power of Myth and Archetypes to Transform in Coaching

    As we move deeper into these unprecedented times during the COVID-19 lockdown, how can we best support our leaders as their needs change in response to the global situation?

    In this conversation with executive leadership coach Erica Ariel Fox we explore how the pandemic is affecting leaders, how we can adapt our coaching accordingly, and the power of myth and archetypes to tranform including Erica’s innovative mythological approach.

    Erica Ariel Fox is the co-founder of Mobius Executive Leadership and the creator of the Winning from Within® methodology. She advises the most senior leaders in influential companies around the world to achieve their highest aspirations. Her book, Winning From Within, was a New York Times bestseller and her writing has been published in Forbes, Bloomberg, the Harvard Business Review among others. Erica also teaches negotiation at Harvard Law School and is a sought-after speaker to offer keynotes at global gatherings and corporate events, as well as to lead top team off-sites.

    • 1 hr 30 min
    59 - Rick Hanson: Neurodharma - Where New Science and Ancient Wisdom Meet

    59 - Rick Hanson: Neurodharma - Where New Science and Ancient Wisdom Meet

    As the world remains in lockdown and the dominant structures of capitalism are called into question, should we also be questioning our internal structures? In this conversation with psychologist Rick Hanson we explore how neuroscience supports Buddhist teachings, why this is a particularly potent time to focus on self-actualisation, and simple practices to understand and embody the key principles of awakening.

    Rick Hanson, Ph.D., is a psychologist, Senior Fellow of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley and New York Times best-selling author. His books have been published in 28 languages and include Neurodharma, Resilient, Hardwiring Happiness, Buddha’s Brain, Just One Thing, and Mother Nurture.  He’s been an invited speaker at Google, NASA, Oxford, and Harvard, and taught in meditation centers worldwide.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    58 - Jennifer Cohen: Coaching Leaders in Times of Coronavirus

    58 - Jennifer Cohen: Coaching Leaders in Times of Coronavirus

    The world is panicking and our leaders are stressed, and yet we need emergent, innovative thinking now more than ever – how can we best support them through these challenging times? In this conversation with leadership coach Jenifer Cohen we dive into the nature of shock responses, how to help stressed leaders reorient towards possibility, development beyond “self” and redefining what service means.

    Jennifer Cohen is a leadership and organizational coach and consultant with 25 years in the field coaching hundreds of individuals and groups, specializing in developing leaders to excel in a context of uncertainty and quick-shifting terrain. Her coaching and training is distinguished by her applied studies in communication theories including quantum physics, ontology, neuroscience, Somatics and systems thinking. She is the co-author with Gina LaRoche of The Seven Laws of Enough.

    • 1 hr 14 min
    57 - David Treleaven: Becoming a Trauma Sensitive Coach

    57 - David Treleaven: Becoming a Trauma Sensitive Coach

    As the practice of coaching deepens psychologically, the possibility of trauma coming to light increases. This brings up the important question of how we as coaches respond to a client exhibiting trauma symptoms. In this conversation with David Treleaven, an expert on trauma-sensitive mindfulness, we look at what trauma-sensitive coaching is, how to recognise trauma symptoms in your client, and how to respond responsibly.

    David Treleaven, PhD, is a writer and educator working at the intersection of mindfulness and trauma. He is the author of the acclaimed book Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness and founder of the Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness (TSM) Community, a group committed to setting a standard of care within mindfulness-based practices. Through workshops, keynotes, podcasts, and online education, David focuses on offering mindfulness providers with the knowledge and tools they require to meet the needs of those struggling with trauma.

    • 1 hr 21 min
    56 - Elizabeth Stanley: Trauma, Stress, Resilience and Well-being in times of Coronavirus

    56 - Elizabeth Stanley: Trauma, Stress, Resilience and Well-being in times of Coronavirus

    In these times of global lockdown as the novel coronavirus sweeps through the world, it’s more important than ever for us to understand how stress impacts us and how we can mitigate its effect on our health. In this conversation with Elizabeth Stanley, Ph.D., we explore the relationship between stress and trauma, the two parts of the brain that are involved in the stress/trauma response and how mindfulness can help us resolve past trauma and mitigate the effects of stress.

    Elizabeth A. Stanley, Ph.D., is associate professor of security studies at Georgetown University, jointly appointed in the School of Foreign Service and Government Department. She speaks, teaches, and writes about resilience, decision-making under stress, enacted systems, civil-military relations, military effectiveness and innovation, and international security. She served as a U.S. Army intelligence officer in Asia, Europe, and on Balkans deployments, leaving service as a captain and created Mindfulness-based Mind Fitness Training (MMFT)®, which she’s taught to thousands in high-stress environments.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    55: Richard Strozzi Heckler - The Arc of Embodied Transformation

    55: Richard Strozzi Heckler - The Arc of Embodied Transformation

    In this conversation we explore two types of embodied change with pioneer Richard Strozzi Heckler.

    One is the deeper aspect our of felt experience that Richard describes as energetic. As we learn to access this place of being in the moment it increases the wisdom and effectiveness of our doing.

    The second topic we explore is The Arc of Somatic Transformation, a map describing the journey of embodied change from our current shape to our new shape, created by the Strozzi Institute.

    Richard Strozzi Heckler is a true pioneer in the field of embodied transformation. He has been coach to CEO's fortune 500 companies, the US government and military and NGO's. He is the author of several books including The Leadership Dojo and The Art of Somatic Coaching.

    • 1 hr 13 min

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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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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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