Meg Buzzi, Tina Robinson and I explore archetypes and their usefulness on Massively Useful Thing.
Here are some ways to get back on track when your coaching session has lost its way.
This in-depth episode explores personal values through conversation and live coaching with Michael Doyle.
Carolyn Campbell explains the fascinating journey she’s on to understand rural America by listening to the people she’s sent to by others. I met Carolyn as my first coach several years ago.
This episode explores the balance between honoring people and expanding professional opportunities in the context of networking. I also share my best advice for approaching networking events if you dread or dislike them.
Today John and Alene Gabriel talk about how she quit her corporate job to go out on her own as a coach and how John is pursuing a similar, but different path.
If you want to have the best coaching session possible, prepare an agenda in advance. Not sure what to put on your agenda? Here are some ideas.
John and Alene Gabriel talk about how to manage our inner critics and the benefits of having your own board of advisors.
This episode takes an in-depth look at the book Life on Purpose by: How Living For What Matters Most Changes Everything by Victor Strecher.
In this conversation, John and Alene reflect on their experiences with Co-Active coaching, the things they are learning as coaches and what leadership means.
Are you as clear about what you want as you think? This episode explores some ways to get clearer.
This episode explores the topic of personal ownership through the eyes of two books: Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin and QBQ! The Question Behind the Question: Practicing Personal Accountability at Work by John G. Miller
This episode talks about coaching and uses the recent Netflix documentary “I am Not Your Guru” as the the jumping off point. The documentary examines Anthony Robbins’ “Date with Destiny” event and his approach to helping people change.