Is our whole body actually a distributed brain? Can coaching with the body in mind lead to breakthroughs in behavior change and business results? How does embodiment coaching work at the team level?
Tune into this installment of the Team Coaching Zone Podcast where host Dr. Krister Lowe explores these and other interesting questions with special guest Amanda Blake--the Founder of Embright.org and the Author of Your Body is Your Brain. Amanda Blake has devoted her life to the spread of one simple message: when you learn how to access the intelligence hidden in sensation, you open the door to more meaning, greater courage, deeper connection, and more powerful leadership than you ever thought possible. She is a Founder, an Author, a Research Fellow, a Master Somatic Leadership Coach, a Doctoral Candidate at Case Western Reserve University, and more.
Some themes explored in this episode include:
This episode is guaranteed to leave you with a deeper understanding of yourself, your body, your mind and more! Tune in today and let Amanda Blake help you take your individual and team coaching practice to the next level. This is an episode that you surely will not want to miss!
What is business agility and what does this mean for team coaches? How can team coaches incorporate agile thinking and practices into their work? Why is a holistic view that incorporates flow, learning and collaboration critical for fostering sustainable change?
Join show host Dr. Krister Lowe and this week's special guest Patrick Steyaert to explore this and other compelling topics on this week's installment of the Team Coaching Zone Podcast! Patrick Steyaert is the Founder and Creator of Okaloa Flowlab. (www.okaloa.com). Patrick teaches and coaches business agility by making use of simulations that stimulate agile thinking. He and his partner, Arlene Vercammen, have succeeded in creating a worldwide network of trainers and coaches that use Okaloa Flowlab in their day-to-day teaching and coaching. With his work in upstream, customer and discovery Kanban, he helps organizations to look at the end-to-end flow from suspected to satisfied need. He is a recipient of the 2015 Brickell Key award for outstanding contribution to the Kanban community.
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This episode is essential listening for all team coaches looking to incorporate new mindsets, tools and practices into their work! Get in the Zone today and let Patrick Steyaert and Okaloa Flowlab help you take your team coaching practice to the next level!
How can team coaches increase their adaptability and versatility? What are the essential roles of an effective team coach? What bodies of knowledge about teams are critical for coaching teams for success?
Tune in to this installment of the Team Coaching Zone podcast where host Dr. Krister Lowe interviews team coaching thought leader, educator and practitioner Dr. Laura Hauser. Dr. Hauser is the Founder of www.Leadership-Strategies.com and President of the Graduate School Alliance for Education in Coaching. Laura wears multiple hats as masterful coach, consultant, mentor, author, educator, social scientist, conference speaker and business owner. She is the author of the seminal team coaching article based on her PhD dissertation Shape-Shifting: A Behavioral Team Coaching Model for Coach Education, Research and Practice in the 2014 Journal of Psychological Issues in Organizational Culture, 5, 48-71. Themes explored on the podcast include:
This episode provides a wonderful opportunity to learn from one of the team coaching field's pioneering thought leaders who bridges the worlds of theory, research and practice. Tune in today and let Dr. Laura Hauser help you take your team coaching practice to the next level! This is an episode that you will surely not want to miss!
What role can technology play in helping teams form, develop and grow? Will coach bots and artificial intelligence replace the need for human-based team coaching?
Tune in to this week’s episode of The Team Coaching Zone podcast where host Dr. Krister Lowe explores these and other compelling questions with Tom Marsden, CEO of Saberr—a people analytics company that leverages technology to improve collaboration and help people create happy, high performing teams. In this episode Tom shares his journey from an early career in private equity to management consulting and then to discovering a passion for teams and technology as the CEO of Saberr. Themes explored in the podcast include:
•Origin story of Saberr
•The role of values in predicting team success
•Team composition and formation
•Saberr’s 3 core offerings: Base, CoachBot and Coaching
•How to integrate both technology as well as human-based coaching to foster self-coaching teams
•How to generate buy-in for using technology and coaching in teams
•Stories and lessons learned using Saberr’s approach in a range of companies
•How the future will continue to integrate technological as well as human-based approaches to fostering more engaged and successful teams
•How artificial intelligence and coachbots will increase the need for human-based team coaching rather than reducing it
This episode is a must listen for all team coaches who are interested in how to incorporate technology into their practices and who are wary of being potentially outsourced by that very technology itself. Tom’s vision of the future of team coaching is inspiring and a blue ocean for those willing to dive in! Tune in and listen to this episode today and get ready to take your team coaching practice to the next level!
How can integrating embodiment approaches supercharge your leadership and team coaching practice? Is there any science behind somatic practices? Is embodiment the missing key to moving from transactional to transformational leadership and teams?
Tune in to this week’s episode of the Team Coaching Zone podcast where host Dr. Krister Lowe explores these and other compelling topics with featured guest Dr. Carmela Bennett—an executive leadership coach and consultant and leadership faculty member at Columbia University.
In this episode Dr. Bennett shares her journey from an early childhood epiphany while watching the Nutcracker, to her sojourn into various forms of dance, to becoming a behavioral health therapist, to becoming an Aikido practitioner, to pursuing a doctorate in body-based leadership development and coaching, and to becoming a thought leader, teacher and practitioner in embodiment coaching and consulting. Specific themes explored in the podcast include:
Tune in today to this episode of the Team Coaching Zone podcast and let Dr. Carmela Bennett help you move your coaching from the transactional to the transformational! This is an episode that you will surely not want to miss!
What is learning agility and how can it be measured? What role does learning agility play in helping us adapt more effectively in an increasingly VUCA world? Is learning agility something that can be systematically developed within individuals, teams and organizations?
Tune in to explore these and other compelling topics on this week’s episode of the Team Coaching Zone Podcast with show host Dr. Krister Lowe and special guest David Hoff--the Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President of Leadership Development at EASI•Consult.
In this episode, David introduces listeners to the concept of Learning Agility and why this critical capability is essential for leaders, teams and organizations. Themes covered in the show include:
As we start to get into 2018, learning agility couldn’t be a more important topic for us as team coaches. It’s implications strike at the heart of enabling individual, team and organizational success. Tune in to the Team Coaching Zone today and let David Hoff start taking your learning agility to the next level!