Posts Tagged ‘master certified coach’

155: Live Coaching: Mina Brown, MCC

Today’s show opens a different perspective on living as a coach. What we mean are the ways we, as coaches, put our coaching principles into action with those with whom we interact in our lives on both personal and professional levels. Join us for a look at this topic! Mina Brown is a Master Certified…

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151: The Value of Professional Credentialing: Sara Smith, MCC

What is the value of professional credentialing? This is a question I’m asked often by other coaches. Today’s show focuses on why it’s good to have a set of standards to meet, the changes that are happening within the ICF, and the value of ICF membership. Sara Smith is a Master Certified Coach and Vice-Chair…

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148: Exploring the Enneagram: Kathleen Stinnett, MCC

Every coach has concerns about using the best assessments in the most effective ways. There are so many assessments out there, but why waste time with those that aren’t effective? Let’s clear up the confusion and explore one particular tool that I’m excited to share with you! Kathleen Stinnett is a Master Certified Coach. She…

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133: Marilyn O’Hearne, MCC: Cultural Intelligence and Direct Communication

Today’s show is another one focusing on the core competencies of coaching. One of the most misunderstood competencies is direct communication. We are taking a look at how that intertwines with us being culturally-intelligent as coaches. Marilyn O’Hearne is a Master Certified Coach and one of the guests at The Essence of Mastery Summit 2019,…

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132: Annie Gelfand, MCC: Leaning Into Conflict: Creating Space for Trust and Intimacy

Many people will go to great lengths to avoid conflict. Today’s show explains how acknowledging and leaning into conflict actually strengthens trust and intimacy in the coaching partnership. We’ll discuss how to set aside assumptions and get to a place of acceptance and openness, not making conflict a problem, but realizing that conflict is part…