#19 Coaching in Organizations, Social Neuroscience, And The Number 1 Skill You Must Have As a Coach - Jennifer York
Jennifer York is a Leadership Development Professional with extensive experience building and leading strategies to improve the effectiveness of senior leaders within Aerospace & Technology and Fortune 250...View Episode
#18 The Science and Practice of Building Rapport | What Makes a Great Coach? with Ramon & Divya
Welcome to What Makes a Great Coach, a series with Ramon David & Divya LV Jegasundaram. In this episode we talk about building rapport. Connect with:Ramon: https://www.ramondavid.com/Divya:...View Episode
#17 What's Going On In The Brain During Coaching? with Anthony Jack, Ph.D.
Dr Anthony Jack holds a PhD in Experimental Psychology as well as having extensive training in Philosophy and Neuroscience. He is an Associate Professor and Director of Research at Case Western Reserve University, and...View Episode
#16 The Neuroscience of Coaching, Leadership, and Emotional Intelligence - Richard Boyatzis, Ph.D.
Originally recorded for BrainFirst Radio in October 2019, this episode has so much value we re-published it for you. Enjoy! Richard Boyatzis a Distinguished Professor at Case Western Reserve University. He is also a...View Episode
#15 Starting, Building and Scaling a Coaching Business - Tara Newman
Tara Newman's clients call her the “business therapist” because as an expert in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, she has a unique ability to create growth systems that allow you to take the pressure off running a...View Episode
#14 Coaching In Organizations: Switching Between Coaching And Consulting, Mission Alignment, And Taking a Holistic Approach With Executives - Daniel Hixenbaugh
With more than 26 years of business experience in software, technology, and healthcare from his beginnings as an individual contributor to growing into executive roles reporting to presidents and CEOs, Daniel...View Episode
#13 Set Yourself Up For Success With a Clear Mission, Vision And Values. Plus, Overcoming The Downsides Of The Perfectionist Mindset - Roula Clerc-Nassar
Roula Clerc-Nassar is a former Senior Executive, who has succeeded in climbing Corporate hierarchy in leading multinationals, up to highest levels. A seasoned Leader, Human Understanding expert, and an Insightful...View Episode
#12 Career Transition Coaching, Finding Your Work Purpose, And Coaching The Federal Government - Julie Spyres
Julie Spyres is an International Coach Federation certified executive coach. She holds both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Public Affairs from Indiana University. Julie is the recipient of several commendations,...View Episode
#11 Becoming a Brain-Based Coach, Balancing Coaching And A Career, And The Power of Reflection - Sibylle Kneer
Sibylle Kneer has accumulated over 9 years worth of Sustainability, People Strategy and Marketing experience in corporate and agency settings in Europe and Latin America. She currently works as director sustainability...View Episode
#10 The Two Sides of Trauma, Healing The Self, And The Holistic Approach To Coaching - Charlene Waiganjo
Originally from South Africa, Charlene Waiganjo has lived in Kenya since 2001. She studied accounting at the University of Pretoria and Management at the University of South Africa. She started her career with...View Episode
#09 Brain Health, Cognitive Training, And The Future of Fitness - Anna Milani
Anna Milani is the founder and CEO of Sparkd. She is a certified Brain Health Trainer and has over 20 years experience in the fitness industry with a diverse range of training and specializations. Her journey that led...View Episode
#08 Starting Your Coaching Journey, The Importance of Emotional Mastery, And Why You Need To Try Different Niches - Milena Korostenskaja, Ph.D.
Dr. Milena Korostenskaja founded The Institute of Neuroapproaches, providing services in three major areas: neuroscience-based life coaching for career and business development in STEM, neuroscience &...View Episode