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This is a series of episodes in which my guests are invited to critically reflect with me some of the powers and pitfalls of coaching. Our field is growing fast and exponentially. As growth normally is never just about the success side of the coin, it’s time we become curious about the other side of the coin – and we’ll explore what that can be: in our practice, our field, our education, our knowledge, and our mastery. If we coaches don’t exercise this sort of curiosity too, who should? 
We are the pioneers of awareness creation and perspective taking. Can we role model those practices for those that we serve? 
My guests are all donors and sponsors to the coaching documentary about the light and shadow of coaching, which was produced to fund coach training for women in Kenya. They are all committed to create social impact through their donations and they believe that the true power of coaching lies in generating ripple effects of coaching beyond individual change, growth and development.  
All guests who come on the show have watched 6 hours of coach learning material. With being a guest on this episode series, each donor is ready to take an additional step: share their learning and insights from the documentary to inspire further curiosity about our practice. Why would you want to miss that?
The documentary has been accredited with 10 CCEUs by ICF. It has also received the Ellen Shub Coaching for Social Good AWARD from Institute of Coaching, McLean Hospital, a Harvard Affiliate.
Enjoy!
Tünde Erdös
 
If you wish to learn more about the documentary, you can watch it in its three parts here: www.coachingdocu.com

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The Light and Shadow of Coaching - In and Beyond Organizations Tünde Erdös, PhD

    • Society & Culture

This is a series of episodes in which my guests are invited to critically reflect with me some of the powers and pitfalls of coaching. Our field is growing fast and exponentially. As growth normally is never just about the success side of the coin, it’s time we become curious about the other side of the coin – and we’ll explore what that can be: in our practice, our field, our education, our knowledge, and our mastery. If we coaches don’t exercise this sort of curiosity too, who should? 
We are the pioneers of awareness creation and perspective taking. Can we role model those practices for those that we serve? 
My guests are all donors and sponsors to the coaching documentary about the light and shadow of coaching, which was produced to fund coach training for women in Kenya. They are all committed to create social impact through their donations and they believe that the true power of coaching lies in generating ripple effects of coaching beyond individual change, growth and development.  
All guests who come on the show have watched 6 hours of coach learning material. With being a guest on this episode series, each donor is ready to take an additional step: share their learning and insights from the documentary to inspire further curiosity about our practice. Why would you want to miss that?
The documentary has been accredited with 10 CCEUs by ICF. It has also received the Ellen Shub Coaching for Social Good AWARD from Institute of Coaching, McLean Hospital, a Harvard Affiliate.
Enjoy!
Tünde Erdös
 
If you wish to learn more about the documentary, you can watch it in its three parts here: www.coachingdocu.com

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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