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CoachXConversations: Paul Zak and Jeff Hull

Recording of LinkedIn Live CoachX Conversation with Paul Zak on the Neuroscience of Connection...

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CoachXConversations: Richard Boyatzis and Carol Kauffman

The brilliant and funny Richard Boyatzis talks with Carol Kauffman about his work and the person behind the science....

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COACHx: Imposter Syndrome, Physician Burnout, and Mindfulness

Gail Gazelle, MD, MCC, part-time Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School, master physician coach, and mindfulness teacher, sheds important light on how the Imposter Syndrome contributes to physician burnout. Dr. Gazelle addresses how we can all harbor imposter beliefs and how simple mindfulness strategies can provide a cure.

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COACHx: How Your Inner Experience can Contain the Missing Piece for Your Client / Alison Whitmire

In this video, Alison Whitmire speaks about how sharing our internal experience with coachees can be powerfully generative to their progress. She explains that as coaches, our internal experience can be the missing piece to revealing our coachees’ understanding of themselves....

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COACHx: Courageous Coping with Disruption / Marie Louise Zollinger

Courageous Coping with Disruption is an opportunity to contribute to a more sustainable world - with a positive snowball effect on the people around you. This is enabled with an open mindset, with focus and by reaching out to others to activate co-creation with perspective and purpose.

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COACHx: Transformation Coaching: Crossing the Threshold / Kara Kizis

In Joseph Campbell’s monomyth of the Hero’s Journey, “Crossing the Threshold” is the turning point in which the hero whole-heartedly commits to the transformative process, passing from the ordinary world into the unknown with no turning back.  As coaches, how can we guide and support our clients through this pivotal shift so that they can m...

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COACHx: Creating Meaning Together: The Power of Dialogic Intelligence / Haesun Moon

In studying how dialogue works in coaching, we often study what coaches do: what are they asking and what are they doing? We also study what clients do: what are they thinking and what are they saying? Yet the critical part of studying meaning is not about what we do individually but what we do does interactionally....

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COACHx: Coaching the Facts-Based Client / Daphne Bernicker

In Executive Coaching, our clients are often very good at data and facts and analysis – those skills have led to much of their success to date. They may have spent less time in the seemingly nebulous world of emotion – it may seem to them that focusing on emotions – theirs and others – gets in the way of performance at the office and elsewhere....

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CoachX: Jeff Hull on Coaching the Post-Heroic Leader

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COACHx Tünde Erdös - Be More and Do Less: Effective Goal-Attainment in Coaching

Tünde Erdös shows how interpersonal synchrony relates to clients’ emotional self-regulation, and how that relates to clients’ capacity to reach goals beyond coaching engagements.

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