A look back on the adventure-based learning journey at sea off the coast of Norway onboard the Wylde Swan, a tall ship built in 1920.
A deep dive with Dr Krister Lowe and Dr Ruth Wageman and myself (Show Host - Carissa Bub) into what's possible when you put a group of team coaches and team leaders in a VUCA environment to learn about how to create and coach brilliant collaboration and team of teams.
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Team Coaching Zone Podcast | Season 2 with Carissa Bub | Episode #108
Jean Christophe Normand: Can Fasting Help Teams Achieve Breakthrough Results?
In this episode, I (Carissa Bub) talk to Jean Christophe Normand, a certified coach, coach supervisor, leadership development facilitator, and deacon in the Roman Catholic Church on how he works with groups to expand consciousness and help leaders face the risk and uncertainty of our times through fasting. Some of the questions I ask him are
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More On Jean-Christophe Normand
Jean-Christophe is a certified coach and coach supervisor (PCC) at ICF since 2012 and a professional facilitator in leadership and management skills since 2009. His background is a 20-year finance and controlling experience in Cable Industry with a wide range of experiences with international executives. Jean-Christophe provides executive coaching and training in leadership and management skills with a measurable ROI based on the C-ROI™ methodology developed by Seattle-based Lisa Ann Edwards. He is a certified CTT (Cultural Transformation Tool) consultant trained on the tools provided by the Barrett Values centre which provides powerful metrics to support leaders in building values-driven organizations and values-driven societies. He teaches management and leadership skills at the Theologicum Department of the Institut Catholique de Paris since 2017 and is a permanent deacon for the French Roman Catholic Church since 2014. He is a Fellow of Oxford Leadership and lives in Nantes, France. His book on his fasting journey over 15 years comes out in Spring 2020.
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This week on the show, we are in Brazil where Felipe Paiva, organizational consultant and coach joins his client Henrique Gonzales Garcia Filho, Head of HR at Prumo global logistics group, and me (Carissa Bub) as we delve into a live case study on how to use a team of teams approach to transform a multi-business economic group responsible for the strategic development for the largest privately owned port in Brazil.
More on Felipe Paiva
Felipe is the founding partner of Artisan Consulting. In his own words... "My purpose is to enable more humane organizations, where people can fulfill their potential and create shared-value. I pursue this purpose combining the roles of consultant, facilitator and executive coach. Clients value my partnership and dedication to a deep, systemic, and consistent work. After having worked for 10 years in large companies, I spent the last 16 years as a consultant and coach, involved in strategic alignment, transformation programs, and executive development. I’m the founding partner of Artisan, a boutique organizational consulting company in Brazil. I studied business administration in the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, where I was also earned an MBA degree. Later, I enrolled at HEC-Paris to deepen my knowledge and perspective about change at systemic, organizational and individual levels, earning an MSc in consulting and coaching for change. I am also a graduate (PCC) of the Columbia Coaching Certification Program. I live my life with my wife and two kids in Rio de Janeiro. I love spending time with family and friends, doing outdoor activities and playing guitar. Music has been a constant life passion and I play monthly in night clubs & parties with my band, which keep me connected with art and people." If that is not enough, you can find everything you want to now about Felipe and Artisan consulting here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/felipe-paiva-0a3190/
More on Henrique Gonzalez and Prumo
Mechanical engineer, with a master’s degree in Sciences of Engineering in IME (Institute of Military Engineering), people management extension in INSEAD, leadership extension in Wharton and Finance administration extension in FGV. Henrique has more than 20 years of experience in HR, but have also worked in engineering, operations, logistics and financial planning for other 10 years. Developed most of his career at Shell, being HR leader for Brazil and Latin America. Delivered the Rio2016 Olympic and Paralympic games, as HR Director, recruiting, training and engaging a workforce of 7.000 paid and 60.000 volunteers, participating since the startup of the Organizing Committee, on a journey of 5 years. Since Oct/2017 is the HR Executive Director at PRUMO, a holding company that develops the largest private Port, Industry, Energy complex in Brazil, Porto do Açu.
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This week on the show, Nicholas Janni, transformational coach, leadership development specialist and founder of Core Presence joins me Carissa Bub as we talk how we tend to live in a world of absence, what happens when you combine being and doing, and how developing presence can transform teams and organisations.
Nicholas and I discuss:
More on Nicholas:
Over the last 15 years Nicholas has gained an international reputation for his transformational coaching and leadership development seminars for leaders and teams. The clients he has served include FedEx, Rolls Royce, Swiss Re, Centrica, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries, Amdocs, Intel, Motorola, Microsoft, eBay and Lafarge, as well as the UK Permanent Secretaries and several cabinet ministers. He bridges the worlds of creative, personal, spiritual and professional development in a uniquely powerful, relevant and accessible way. In his first career Nicholas was a theatre director. He taught acting at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, and directed his own theatre company. He has spent 30 years researching the theory and the practice of ‘the zone’ of peak performance, and studying multiple mind/body disciplines. In 1998 he became a Visiting Fellow at the Cranfield School of Management, and in 2001 he left the theatre to co-found the arts-based leadership development consultancy Olivier Mythodrama. In 2013 he founded his own consultancy, CORE PRESENCE. He was an Associate Fellow at the University of Oxford Said Business School 2010–15, and currently teaches regularly at the IMD Business School in Lausanne where he leads large international groups. He is based partly in Israel, where he works with numerous corporate clients, Israeli and Palestinian NGO’s and at Tel Aviv University Recanati Business School. You can find everything you want to now about Nicholas here: https://www.nicholasjanni.com
P.S Whenever you’re ready . . . here are 4 ways I and Team Coaching Zone can help inspire your imagination and impact:
1) Join the Community of Change Makers: For the past few years we’ve been developing a community of change makers. Entrepreneurs and coaches who want to impact people and the planet in new and innovative ways. We are a supportive group committed to deepening our missions and lifting each other up when things get tough. If you'd like to learn more, go to: https://www.teamcoachingzone.com/community/
2) Join a Master-class or Webinar: If you're looking for more imagination, tools and courage to take your coaching practice to the next level we have a menu of learning bites to inform and entertain you. You can attend a masterclass or log in and join a growing number of our live webinar series we are launching around the world. Check out https://www.teamcoachingzone.com/team-coaching-master-classes for more information.
3) Nautilus Experience: Come on an Adventure of a Lifetime Every year, we take a group of coaches on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. I believe that adventuring gets us out of our comfort zone, stimulates us in new ways and helps us connect with the world around us. These trips are designed to disrupt your current reality, challenge your assumptions and reconnect you to your wider purpose. This year we were in Norway on the Nautilus Voyage learning to sail and experimenting with team of teams. Join us in 2020 in Cuba in April or in Arctic Norway in July for our next adventure! For more information go to: https://www.teamcoachingzone.com/nautilus
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This week on the show, Cynthia Loy Darst, Master Coach, coach trainer, keynote speaker and author of Meet Your Inside Team, joins me Carissa Bub to talk about how to triumph over your hardest client yet, yourself (!), and how to help others to do the same.
In this episode, Cynthia and I cover a range of topics including:
More on Cynthia:
Cynthia is internationally known as a passionate pioneer in the world of coaching: one of the first to gain the designation of Master Certified Coach (MCC) by the International Coach Federation, one of the founding leaders for CRR Global (Centre For Right Relationship) and The Coaches Training Institute, and one of the founders of the ICF. Cynthia works with people from all walks of life: CEOs to chiropractors, singers to Silicon Valley pros, teams that produce documentaries to sales teams in the insurance industry. In 2004, after 10 years of growing coaches to the level of ‘competent,’ she started creating ongoing training for advanced coaches to support them in becoming coaching masters. The Inside Team courses, workshops, and retreats came out of that work. You can find everything you want to now about Cynthia here: https://teamdarst.com
P.S Whenever you’re ready here are 2 ways Team Coaching Zone can help inspire your imagination and impact:
Join a Master-class or Webinar: If you're looking for more imagination, tools and courage to take your coaching practice to the next level we have a menu of learning bites to inform and entertain you. You can attend a masterclass or log in and join a growing number of our live webinar series we are launching around the world. Check out https://www.teamcoachingzone.com for more information. If you’re interested in a topic and can’t find it here, get in touch, firstname.lastname@example.org
Come on an Adventure of a Lifetime:
Every year, we take a group of coaches on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. I believe that adventuring gets us out of our comfort zone, stimulates us in new ways and helps us connect with the world around us. These trips are designed to disrupt your current reality, challenge your assumptions and reconnect you to your wider purpose. This year we were in Norway on the Nautilus Voyage learning to sail and experimenting with team of teams. Join us in 2020 for our next adventures this April in Cuba and this coming July in Norway! Check out https://www.teamcoachingzone.com/nautilus for more information and updates. Reach out to email@example.com
This week on the show, Melanie Seymour, former Head of Budapest for BlackRock now head of Global Client Services, joins me Carissa Bub as we talk about how she led the building of BlackRock’s newest organisation and centre for innovation, scaling from zero to 500 hires in less than two years. We spoke while Melanie was in Budapest, a place she has fallen in love with, a few months before she accepted her new role at Blackrock.
Melanie and I discuss:
• Her previous experience building and selling her first financial services business in the UK
• How she set out to create a team that thinks differently and is capable of innovation
• The challenges she faced in the set up and build out of the organisation
• How she set out to create a team and team of teams culture
• Making the new organisation an integral part of the global organisation
• Her passion for creating inclusive modern organisations
• Advice for team coaches working with scale ups and global organisations
• Beyond teams, the critical importance of creating community and belonging
• What else Melanie is up to and where you can get in touch
More about Melanie Seymour:
Melanie has over 30 years experience in Finance and Banking holding senior roles in Technology, Operations and Change Management as well as running her own business. She set up and ran a mortgage distribution business with one partner and over 8 years grew the business team of over 200 with 3 offices throughout the UK and a turnover in excess of £20 million.
In 2011 she joined the global investment manager BlackRock, and is today the Head of Global Client Services. For the two years prior Melanie was responsible for the set up, build out and future growth of BlackRock Budapest. Melanie is Co Chair of the EMEA chapter of BlackRock internal women’s committee ( WIN ) where she leads a programme of events to support women ( and men ) in their career journey through the firm. She is passionate about education and developing the next generation of leaders, mentoring a number of men and women both internally and externally.
She has been a Chair of Governors since 2005 and was a coach for the charity Teach First who provide a leadership route into teaching to encourage the most talented graduates to join the most challenging schools. In 2015 Melanie was recognised as one of Brummells Top 30 Inspiring Women in the City. She joined the Advisory Board of Women in Banking and Finance in 2017 after three years as Vice President. Melanie splits her time between Budapest and London with her husband and 2 sons.
P.S Whenever you’re ready . . . here are 4 ways I and Team Coaching Zone can help inspire your imagination and impact:
Join the Community of Change Makers
For the past few years we’ve been developing a community of change makers. Entrepreneurs and coaches who want to impact people and the planet in new and innovative ways. We are a supportive group committed to deepening our missions and lifting each other up when things get tough. If you'd like to learn more, go to: https://www.teamcoachingzone.com/community
Join a Master-class or webinar
If you're looking for more imagination, tools and courage to take your coaching practice to the next level we have a menu of learning bites to inform and entertain you. You can attend a masterclass or log in and join a growing number of our live webinar series we are launching around the world. Check out https://www.teamcoachingzone.com/team-coaching-master-classes and https://www.teamcoachingzone.com/webinars for more information.
Come on an Adventure of a Lifetime
Every year, we take a group of coaches on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. I believe that adventuring gets us out of our comfort zone, stimulates us in new ways and helps us connect with the world around us. These trips are designed to disrupt your current reality, challenge your assumptions and reconnect you to your wider purpose.
This year we were in Norway on the Nautilus Voyage learning to sail and experimenting with team of teams. Join us in April 2020 in Cuba for our next adventure! Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on this exciting program and check out https://www.teamcoachingzone.com/nautilus for updates.
Work with us
It's no secret that in age defined by the disruptive forces of digital transformation and climate change learning how to be human matters. We are keen to partner with businesses with the courage and curiosity to do things differently. Leaders and teams looking to upgrade their minds so that they can have a transformative impact on the larger system they are part of. Is that you? Just reach out to me Carissa Bub at email@example.com with the word “Curious” in the subject line and tell us more about how to contact you.
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This week on the show, Matthias Scheffelmeier, partner at Ashoka Germany joins me Carissa Bub as we talk about the leadership team’s journey on becoming a self-managing organisation, the power of working with a leadership team coach, and his passion for Change Makers Exchange, a growing movement of young social entrepreneurs. Matthias and I discuss:
You can reach Matthias on:
ashoka.org (Company Website)
changemakerxchange.com (Company Website)
Episode #102: Andrew Taggart: The Art of Philosophizing and Teams
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This week on the show, Andrew Taggart, Zen Buddhist, practical philosopher and Founder of Askole joins me Carissa Bub (Show Host) as we talk about the future of work, how the art of philosophising can help teams align their work with the pursuit of having a good life, and the differences and similarities between systemic coaching and philosophising. Andrew and I discuss:
More on Andrew
Andrew Taggart is a Zen Buddhist and a practical philosopher. He asks and seeks to answer the most basic questions of human existence with others around the world. In 2009, he finished a Ph.D., left the academic life, and moved to New York City because he thought the most fundamental question of how to live needed to be brought back into our everyday lives. Each day he speaks via Skype or Zoom with business executives and tech entrepreneurs throughout the US, Canada, and Europe about the nature of a good life. He is also the founder of Askole [pronounced ah-SKO-lay] whose aim is to help technologists examine what, at bottom, they’re taking for granted. His ideas have been discussed in Quartz, The Guardian, Big Think, Wisconsin Public Radio, TEDx, The Washington Post, and elsewhere. He and his wife Alexandra are currently exploring the American Southwest.
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This week on the show you can listen to Carissa, as she introduces herself and the second season of the Team Coaching Zone Podcast. She shares:
More on Carissa:
For the past 18 years Carissa has run an international practice coaching senior leaders, C-Suite leadership teams and scale-ups to create value through the power of human connection. She works systemically with real-time business issues and relationship challenges from the boardroom to the factory floor and develops leaders so they expand consciousness, transforming themselves, their teams and organizations to be catalysts for good in the world. Core focus areas include leadership effectiveness, team effectiveness, leadership culture, and stakeholder communications and engagement. Representative clients include global corporates, family businesses, SMEs, international government agencies, NGOs and social enterprise. Carissa has been on faculty training coaches in Organizational & Relationship Systems Coaching for CRRGlobal, Team Performance Coaching for Team Coaching International, and more recently the Team Coaching Zone. She is also on the Global Coaching faculty of BlackRock, and since 2002 has designed and delivered leadership development curriculum programs for several corporate academies through her own consultancy, Bubworks. Bubworks is a boutique leadership development agency specialising in communications and leadership presence which operates as a global hub for seasoned coaches and facilitators. Prior to 2002, Carissa held roles as a news and current affairs television and radio journalist with the BBC and Channel Television, presenting and reporting live from the field and studio on programs such as The World Tonight, Channel Report and World Business Report. Carissa is also accredited as a Co-Active Professional Coach, Master Practitioner in NLP, Performance Coach and has qualifications in Systemic Team Coaching, Oshry’s Power & Systems Organisational Workshop, and numerous leadership and team diagnostic assessments. Her academic qualifications include a Masters in Psychoanalytic Developmental Psychology from UCL, BSc Urban Estate Management from University of Westminster, and a postgraduate diploma in Broadcast Journalism from University of the Arts London.
You can reach Carissa here:
Join Dr. Krister Lowe for this special review and celebration of the first 100 episodes of The Team Coaching Zone Podcast as well as his farewell as the host of the show.
In this episode Krister:
For show notes and more information on team coaching as well as links to all 100 episodes of the show go to: https://www.teamcoachingzone.com/
What are the forces, trends and movements impact the field of team development and team coaching? How can we as team coaches and field of team coaching itself stay fit for purpose? How can we collaborate across our diverse approaches to address the fundamental challenges of our time?
Tune in to this installment of the Team Coaching Zone podcast to explore these and other compelling questions. Join show host Dr. Krister Lowe and a panel of distinguished guests--Dr. Peter Hawkins, Dr. Ruth Wageman & Gabe Abella--for a dynamic round table discussion.
Themes explored in this episode include:
This is an episode that team coaches will surely not want to miss! Listen today and let Peter, Ruth & Gabe help you take your team coaching practice to the next level! For show notes and more information go to: www.TeamCoachingZone.com
What are the challenges and opportunities coaching purpose-driven teams vs. profit-driven teams? How do we develop team leaders and teams working in hierarchical organizational settings? How do we balance the structural, relational and emergent needs and dynamics in teams?
Tune in to this installment of the Team Coaching Zone Podcast where host Dr. Krister Lowe explores these compelling questions with special guest Jason Ighani. Jason Ighani is an accomplished team development specialist who brings over 15 years of (global experience) to KITE. He has worked extensively within the United Nations system in the areas of leadership development and performance management; specializing in assessing, launching and coaching leadership teams in both emergency and development contexts. Jason’s clients include a wide range of agencies and NGOs including UNICEF, UNFPA, UNOPS, UNHCR and the UN Secretariat. Jason is also the founder of The Humanitarian Coaching Network, an organization that enlists coaches worldwide to help humanitarian and development organizations support the engagement and wellbeing of their staff and accelerate organizational change. Jason often works with an organization's most senior leadership, and has a strong reputation for combining empathy with a candid, supportive, direct approach to helping teams become more responsive, aware and agile.
Some themes explored in this episode include:
This is an episode full of value bombs that all team coaches will surely not want to miss! Start listening today and let Jason Ighani help you take your team coaching practice to the next level! For show notes and more information on team coaching go to: https://www.teamcoachingzone.com