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Lively conversations with masterful coaches and those who are creating an impact in the world of coaching. Get to know them, listen to their journey, and discover what wisdom they would offer you about being a better coach. Episodes come out twice a month.

the Coaching Studio Lyssa deHart, LICSW, MCC

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Lively conversations with masterful coaches and those who are creating an impact in the world of coaching. Get to know them, listen to their journey, and discover what wisdom they would offer you about being a better coach. Episodes come out twice a month.

    the Coaching Studio with Guest Tony Latimer, MCC

    the Coaching Studio with Guest Tony Latimer, MCC

    It is my distinct pleasure to introduce you to my guest today Tony Latimer, MCC. I always learn something in each podcast and today was no different. Tony was taught coaching at it's genesis, focused on the non-directive coaching principles at that time with the likes of Sir John Witmore. Our conversation covers the gamut of becoming a coach to AI and the impact AI is going to have on coaching. This leads to why coaches need to up their game to stay relevant.
    Tony is a Master Executive Coach, working globally with leaders in transition; to guarantee promotion success for themselves, build effective leadership teams, and sustainable rapid organizational change through his Profitable Leadership® framework. Having his first exposure to coaching in the early 80s, Tony is at the forefront of defining the applications of coaching in the workplace; is active on ICF global task forces. He is piloting one of the first Level 3 MCC training programs and has a new Level 3 CCE-based Level 3 membership program delivering advanced masterclasses on The Simplicity of Mastery: pure, connected, presence.

    Tony is a Contributing Author in several books, The Handbook of Knowledge Based Coaching Chapter 16 – Organizations and Organizational Culture and Coaching In Asia the First Decade - Chapter 9. Who Coaches Whom: The Case for Internal Coaches - Tony Latimer

    Tony, thank you for being on the show!
    I hope you enjoy the show!
    Learn more about Tony Latimer, MCC check out his website and see what he’s up to!
    Find his Simplicity of Mastery Course
    And, connect with Tony Latimer, MCC, on LinkedIn
    Podcast Website for Transcript, Links, and Guest Information
    Host: Lyssa deHart, LICSW, MCC, BCC
    Music: Frolic by Harrison Amer
    Production Editing: Lyssa deHart
    Social Media and Communications: Michele Logan

    • 48 min
    the Coaching Studio with Guest Mike Green, MCC

    the Coaching Studio with Guest Mike Green, MCC

    Today’s guest is someone who I think you are going to enjoy; I am excited to introduce you to Mike Green, MCC. In our conversation today, we talk about Mike’s adventure into Leadership Coaching, becoming an MCC, and how each coach has to discover how to let go of their baggage, such as the idea of adding value, to become the coach their clients need.
    Mike Green’s story reads like something from a Hemingway or Kerouac novel. This guy hitchhiked from New York to Alaska just to prove a point. He believes that leaders are made in the wild. In all environments, no matter how extreme, there is a shared fundamental need: people who are brave enough to discover their leadership truth. Throughout his 30 years of working and traveling around 63 countries throughout all seven continents, he has documented over 11,000 hours of coaching along the way. His book “Wandermust, A Hero’s Journey To Seven Truths” chronicles some of his travels as well as how he coaches clients in the outdoors. Mike utilizes various methods, including dynamic workshops, virtual coaching, face-to-face coaching, and adventure coaching, to help uncover clients’ leadership truths. He earned the Master Certified Coach accreditation from the International Coaching Federation, which is the highest standard for coaching.

    I hope you enjoy our conversation as we adventure into ideas around how we show up and give value, to stepping into having empathy and grace with ourselves as we develop as coaches. 

    Mike works with Executives and Leaders, and we chat about how coaching benefits his clients as they explore how they may be very far out of alignment and congruence with themselves and the type of leader they want to be. Exploring their leadership truth ultimately melts into their life truth. 
    You’ll never discover the truth about yourself behind a desk, but in the rugged wilderness of Alaska, on the breathtaking plains of the Serengeti, or in the stunning Gobi desert.
    Extreme environments challenge us to become the best version of ourselves by drawing upon the courage within each of us to achieve new levels of performance.
    His book Wandermust is available on Amazon. 
    Thank you again, Mike, for coming into the Studio.
    I hope you enjoy the show!
    You can find Mike Green, MCC, on LinkedIn and his website.


    Podcast Website for Transcript, Links, and Guest Information
    Host: Lyssa deHart, LICSW, MCC, BCC
    Music: Frolic by Harrison Amer
    Production Editing: Lyssa deHart
    Social Media and Communications: Michele Logan

    • 50 min
    the Coaching Studio with guest Tara Nolan, MCC

    the Coaching Studio with guest Tara Nolan, MCC

    I am looking forward to introducing you to my guest in the studio Tara Nolan, MCC. One of my favorite parts of the conversation was when Tara was talking about the "being" of partnership. And the move away from listening to the content and she shifted into listening now just for energy. Noticing what words really spring out to her that she could then be curious about. She said, "Am I picking something up and being curious about that and noticing the terminology, or when a client just takes a deep inhale and moves backward." These small easily overlooked elements that often lead to the deeper underlying important inquiries.
    Tara Nolan, MCC is a coach for Top Teams & Senior Executives of global concerns. Tara is a certified Mentor Coach & facilitates Leadership Development programs. Tara is a keynote speaker & Podcaster. Visit her Podcast, The Game of Teams. Consistently working with organizations such as Microsoft, Zurich FS, Quintas, the Senior Civil Service, and others she delivers an executive coaching service with a difference. Her approach balances the needs of the company and individual while leaving a lasting, positive legacy of professional and personal change. Previously she was a headhunter for PricewaterhouseCoopers and an investment banker for Morgan Stanley, working across the world, and is now the head of Tara Nolan Ltd, a pan-European provider of executive leadership solutions with selected partners.

    Thank you Tara for joining me in the Coaching Studio!
    I hope you enjoy the show!
    You can find Tara Nolan on LinkedIn and on her website.
    And definitely check out her Podcast The Game of Teams
    Podcast Website for Transcript, Links, and Guest Information
    Host: Lyssa deHart, LICSW, MCC, BCC
    Music: Frolic by Harrison Amer
    Production Editing: Lyssa deHart
    Social Media and Communications: Michele Logan

    • 50 min
    the Coaching Studio with guest Sophia Casey, MCC

    the Coaching Studio with guest Sophia Casey, MCC

    I am looking forward to introducing you to my guest today Coach Sophia Casey, MCC. As we explore her coaching journey and what she learned along the way about showing up and being with her clients. Choosing presence over performance and how she let go of copious note-taking so that she could truly be present with the person in front of her. Letting go of control in order to empower her clients to discover their own wisdom.
    Sophia Casey, MCC is a co-founder and Chief Learning Officer of the International Coaching & Leadership Institute (ICLI) and the CEO of Sophia Casey Enterprises—a leadership development, executive coaching, and consulting firm. Sophia received her education at UCLA and Johns Hopkins University and has more than 25 years of experience as an educator, facilitator, and certified trainer. She led several training organizations, including serving as a Director of Enterprise-wide Training responsible for providing professional development programs to more than 10,000 engineers and attorneys, as well as being named Director of First impressions for a former Vice President of the United States. Sophia supports the empowerment of leaders as an award-winning international speaker and is the author of 5 books. She’s currently publishing her sixth and seventh books: a sequel to “Fierce Vulnerability, a Colored Girl’s Truths, Trials, and Triumphs”, and a coaching business startup workbook.

    All of Sophia's books so far :)
    The Gifts of Life CoachingEase and Flow JournalFierce Vulnerability – A Colored Girl’s Truths, Trials, and TriumphsThank you Sophia for joining me in the Coaching Studio!
    I hope you enjoy the show!
    You can find Sophia Casey on LinkedIn and on her website.
    Podcast Website for Transcript, Links, and Guest Information
    Host: Lyssa deHart, LICSW, MCC, BCC
    Music: Frolic by Harrison Amer
    Production Editing: Lyssa deHart
    Social Media and Communications: Michele Logan

    • 50 min
    The Coaching Studio with Guest Tünde Erdös, Ph.D, MCC

    The Coaching Studio with Guest Tünde Erdös, Ph.D, MCC

    Welcome to the Coaching Studio, I am looking forward to introducing you to my guest today Tünde Erdös, Ph.D., MCC. Join us as we meander through the forces that moved Tünde from extrinsic motivation to intrinsic motivation and how coaching aligned with that journey. 

    One of the interesting parts from our conversation was around "knowing" or "not knowing." 
    Tünde shares, "I don't want to know and interestingly what I realized today and I didn't know that before when I was a novice coach, was that anything that we need to know to start working with, emerges in the first 5 to 10 minutes in any encounter. And because I have had this experience, this is what I'm looking for. This innocent, this blank sheet, you know, going in as a blank sheet as best as we can." 

    Tünde is a Master Certified Coach with the International Coaching Federation and has done a body of research on Presence. Her work has explored how coaches may think they are present with their clients, yet the body language of the coach and the client tells a different story. What does it mean to be present?
    Tünde Erdös, Ph.D., MCC, would say, "My profession is more than a vocation: it’s a pro-vocation: I coach in synergy with leadership, HR, teams, and workshop staff mostly in culturally diverse environments. What I learned is that staying fresh as a coach is the biggest challenge for me. So, I’ve decided to fall out of love and in love with coaching over and over again. My vision is to coach for connection between all stakeholders. The goal is to encourage systems-collaborative thinking, the key to organizational thriving beyond individual growth. I also place my practice on evidence base through my own engagement in research. And creating social impact through coaching has been my latest pet peeve: it's about moving from 'power for me' to 'empowering other women in Kenya - through coaching and coach training: and the coaching documentary is the most recent initiative to do just that.
    So thank you again, Tünde, for being on the show.

    Visit Tünde Erdös at her website and see what she's up to!
    Coaching Documentary: The Light and Shadow of Coaching
    Find out more about the Mama Organization and Doing Good
    Book(s): The Coaching Science Practitioner Handbook and Coaching Presence
    Find Tünde Erdös on LinkedIn

    I hope you enjoy the show!

    Podcast Website for Transcript, Links, and Guest Information
    Host: Lyssa deHart, LICSW, MCC, BCC
    Music: Frolic by Harrison Amer
    Production Editing: Lyssa deHart
    Social Media and Communications: Michele Logan

    • 56 min
    the Coaching Studio with guest Dr. Antoinette Braks, MCC

    the Coaching Studio with guest Dr. Antoinette Braks, MCC

    In today's podcast, my guest today is Dr. Antoinette Braks, MCC. Join us as we have a listen to Antoinette's coaching journey into Leadership Coaching. Exploring transformational and conscious coaching, that leaders need, in order to support a positive change in the world.

    Antoinette is a Master Certified Coach with the International Coach Federation and is the author of Executive Coaching in Strategic Holistic Leadership: The Drivers and Dynamics of Vertical Development (2020). She founded the global StageSHIFT Coaching & Consulting Community. They specialize in Transformative Coaching in Vertical Leadership Development to the advanced stages of Synergist and Alchemist. Dr. Braks offers the StageSHIFT Coaching Certification Program, and the VHLP Certification Program – the VHLP is the Vertical Holistic Leadership Profile. It’s a capability-based Vertical self-assessment for senior executives. StageSHIFT coaches partner with strategic leaders through the StageSHIFT Vertical Leadership Culture Program proven to inspire, co-create, and accelerate a quantum vertical shift in consciousness, leadership culture, human systems, and our socio-economic foundations, so life flourishes in a more sustainable, healthy, equitable, joyful, and peaceful world.
    So thank you again Antoinette for being on the show.
    You can find Dr. Braks on LinkedIn and on their website.
    Enjoy the show!
    Podcast Website for Transcript, Links, and Guest Information
    Host: Lyssa deHart, LICSW, MCC, BCC
    Music: Frolic by Harrison Amer
    Production Editing: Lyssa deHart
    Social Media and Communications: Michele Logan

    • 29 min

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