In an ever-changing world, great coaching has become an essential and necessary part of true success - and not only in your professional life. Thankfully, there are more great coaches out there than ever before.
Whether it’s in Leadership Development, Executive Coaching, Teamwork, Relationships, or Career Building, there’s a coach out there who knows exactly what you need to thrive and grow.
Let’s meet some of them!
Join Micheal as he interviews some of the most successful and remarkable coaches in their fields. They’ll chat about each coach's personal journey to who and where they are today, as well as the strategies and habits that have helped them get there.
Who is this show for?
It’s for anyone who wants to learn more about what makes great coaching. Maybe you’ve been in the business for years, or perhaps you’re just a few years into your own practice. Maybe you’re a personal growth junkie who’s always on the lookout for ways to take your passion to the next level…perhaps even by starting your own coaching business!
No matter who you are or what stage of the journey you’re at, if you’re interested in what makes for truly remarkable coaching, then this is the podcast for you.
Welcome back to another episode of The Remarkable Coach! I'm your host, Michael Pacheco, and today we have a fantastic guest joining us - Thomas Gelmi. Thomas is an expert in the field of leadership development, and he's here to share his insights on a very timely topic - the shifting paradigm of leadership in today's corporate world.
In this episode, we delve deep into whether there has been a significant shift in leadership over the past decade or two. Thomas brings up some fascinating points about how the perception of coaching has evolved, making it easier to convince finance teams about its impact on the bottom line.
We also dive into the world of virtual meetings and the role of webcams. Thomas opens up about the unease that being on camera can create, while also highlighting the hidden reasons for turning off the camera during virtual sessions. We discuss the impact of virtual work on coaching, with Thomas sharing his experiences of conducting coaching conversations with clients around the world. He reveals why webcams should be on all the time and how neglecting human factors can lead to disengagement and unproductivity.
As always, we wrap up with some practical advice. Thomas emphasizes the importance of focusing on people and their humanity, rather than solely on financial numbers, and shares strategies for success in the business-to-business market.
So, grab your earbuds and get ready for an enriching and thought-provoking conversation with Thomas Gelmi on the shifting paradigm of leadership. Let's dive in!
A bit about Thomas:
Based in Switzerland with a global reach, Thomas Gelmi stands for measurably more impact in leadership and collaboration by developing human aspects. Thomas works with executives and leaders worldwide, across cultures and industries.
Where to find Thomas:
Welcome to another episode of The Remarkable Coach with your host, Michael Pacheco! Today, we're excited to have the amazing Lynne Jacob as our special guest.
In this episode, Lynne takes us on a journey into the world of business planning and coaching, but with a twist. She challenges the usual way of planning and encourages us to blend our personal goals with our business dreams. Lynne shows us how to break big, long-term goals into smaller, 90-day plans, giving us practical advice that anyone can use.
Lynne reminds us how vital it is to add variety and spontaneity to our lives and explains how this can boost our success and happiness. Throughout the episode, Lynne shares stories about her clients and how she's helped them conquer challenges. She doesn't just focus on business strategies; she's all about creating lasting, meaningful change in people's lives.
If you're seeking tips on business planning, personal growth, and finding balance, don't miss this episode. Join us as we explore the world of coaching with the incredible Lynne Jacob. Let's dive in!
A bit about Lynne:
Lynne helps Men in Business, from business suits to construction boots, go from feeling fed up with struggling, sacrificing, and settling for less to having the best teams they ever have, making the most solid and reliable profits they ever have, and getting the FUN back...meaning they fall back in love with why they went into business for themselves in the first place.
Where to find Lynne:
In today's episode, Paul Glover has a unique story to share. Paul became a coach after making it through a tough time in his life with a huge helping of support from his family.
Paul believes that we can learn to be more understanding and caring, to always be curious and listen to what others really think. He thinks that leaders should step out of their comfort zones and try to see things from different points of view. This means asking questions and really paying attention to what others have to say.
Paul also talks about his coaching style, which involves asking specific questions to see if someone is committed to making a change. He mentions something interesting from history: In the olden days, there was a person called a "fool" who could tell kings the truth because they were not afraid of getting in trouble. Paul thinks we all need someone like that in our lives, someone who can give us honest feedback, especially when things are changing.
Join us as we hear Paul's incredible story of turning his life around, the power of having an honest friend, and the journey to becoming a great leader. Get ready to be inspired and learn how making changes can not only help us but also the people around us.
A bit about Paul:
Paul is the No B.S. Workforce Legacy Coach, a "recovering trial lawyer", an ex-felon, the author of WorkQuake™, a presenter on Creating Leadership Legacy and Having a Fool in Your Life and a Member of the Forbes Coaching Council.
Where to find Paul:
Welcome back to another episode of The Remarkable Coach podcast! In this episode, Todd shares some incredible insights and experiences that truly highlight the power and impact of effective leadership.
During our conversation, Todd starts off by answering a question about the cost of a certain task, sharing a surprising turn of events involving a phone call he received two months later. Picture Todd, comfortably seated in his favorite chair at home, engaging in a 60-70 minute conversation that would eventually lead to an astonishing epiphany for the other person involved.
We dive deep into the importance of impactful leadership, as Todd expresses his desire to compile leadership stories into a book, showcasing the valuable lessons learned in different categories of leadership. He shares his excitement in collaborating with others to incorporate their experiences in team-building, mentoring, and leaving a meaningful legacy.
Buckle up and get ready for an engaging and insightful conversation with Todd Sullivan. This episode is filled with lessons, inspiration, and a deep understanding of effective leadership. So grab your headphones, sit back, and let's dive in!
A bit about Todd:
Todd is a Christian, husband, dad, athlete, coach, and retired Naval Officer. He is called to help make people and organizations better - and he does that by working with people, as individuals, first.
Where to find Todd:
Welcome to another episode of The Remarkable Coach podcast. In today's show, we're excited to introduce our guest, Vicky Knee. Vicky is an experienced coach who has helped many people become better versions of themselves.
Vicky cares about others and has a talent for assisting people. Whether helping out at a store or advising on personal matters, she's always ready to help. Seeing that many people need someone to guide them, she became a coach to offer her expertise. Vicky has spent much time learning how to ask the right questions and stay unbiased. She enjoys both learning and using her coaching skills to make positive changes in people's lives. Her passion for helping others and her commitment to growing personally drive her daily.
In our talk, Vicky talks about why asking for help is important, especially when we're tired of doing things alone. She suggests that friends and family are great, but they might not always give the best advice.
Vicky believes everyone can learn to coach themselves and shares some practical tips for different situations. Her clients are smart and self-aware individuals who understand the value of guidance and seek Vicky's help.
We also talk about how it's okay to challenge the usual business ways and take thoughtful risks. Vicky shares the good and tough lessons that come with taking risks and being different.
We also explore how it's difficult to separate personal life from work life, especially for bosses. Vicky talks about how important it is to think positively about ourselves and build good relationships to succeed in both areas.
Listen in as we chat about how negative thinking affects us, how being understanding and clear helps others, and why we shouldn't always care about what others think.
Finally, we get a sneak peek into Vicky's upcoming podcast. She's putting together a mix of interesting conversations to make a fun and informative show. We'll hear about why she's excited about this new project.
So, put on your headphones and join us for another episode of The Remarkable Coach.
A bit about Vicky:
Vicky helps «clients navigate through the human, emotional, and sometimes irrational stuff you need to work through so you can be the best you. She likes to coach with methods that are helpful, practical, and simple to implement. Her training includes life, business, mindset, transformation, (coaching) and cognitive behavioral therapy.
Where to find Vicky:
The Gift of Failure: How the Best Parents Learn to Let Go So Their Children Can Succeed by Jessica Lahey
How to Do the Work: Recognize Your Patterns, Heal from Your Past, and Create Your Self by Dr. Nicole LePera
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Welcome back to another episode of The Remarkable Coach! Today, we've got a special guest on board – Steve Ferman, a coach based in New Jersey who's all about helping entrepreneurs and CEOs. What makes Steve stand out? He's been in the entrepreneurial game for a while and has started and sold seven different companies.
Steve's big on the idea of making businesses bigger and better. He's all about finding the right folks for the right jobs, ensuring they do what they need to, and keeping things on track with regular check-ins and meetings. He knows his stuff because he's been in the tech world, so he really gets business owners' challenges.
In this episode, we're going to dig into Steve's experiences – from his time in the military to his daughter's gig with GQ magazine. We'll discuss the power of having the right people around you and getting fresh perspectives. And if you're interested in growing your business, you'll want to hear what Steve says about setting goals, breaking them into doable steps, and managing your time right.
We're here to dig into some real-talk insights: how to make your business grow, the smart moves to make, and what really counts when you're running a company. No fancy stuff, just good conversation. Let's dive right in!
A bit about Steve:
Steve helps CEOs and Executives reach their goals and dreams by using the proven methodology called Scaling Up, which works on 4 critical components that all businesses must focus on: People, Strategy, Execution & Cash.
Where to find Steve:
Getting More – Stuart Diamond
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Love it - incredible insight for all kinds of coaches!
I feel like I see so many people out there who are crushing it by being a coach but there is no handbook or roadmap telling you how to be successful at it. I am so happy I have discovered this podcast because I feel like it’s giving real insight into real coaches who are successful and how they got there - which is exactly what I’ve been looking for! Love it!