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The Light and Shadow of Coaching - In and Beyond Organizations

Where there’s light, there’s shadow. In all. In coaching too.


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  • 7. In conversation with Emilia Piera

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    In this episode, Emilia Piera, Michael Tichelmann and Tünde Erdös we take a view at what plane spotting, ‘heart spilling’ 💗, and writing Haiku can do for us and support leadership, - how speaking your truth in leadership can work with or without being direct, - why the movement of democratising coaching needs reflecting for its purpose to be lived purposefully, - what it seems to take to be inspired by leadership on the pulse of time - how shared leadership can work to make a difference and boost engagement - which shadows an internal coach supervisor can pick up in organizational coaching, and so what? - what types of issues can shed a shadow on internal coaching and what may be the light to address those issues.This is a Light and Shadow of Coaching – in and beyond organizations production resulting from a documentary we made to fund coach training for women in Kenya. Our purpose is to empower women creating ripple effects of growth, change and development. Today’s episode is the first installment of a series of conversations with coaches, leaders, educators who either donated to support this social impact through coaching initiative or made an interview contribution to the documentary, or sponsor the social impact initiative.The goal of this series is to give you an intimate peak behind the curtains: what is social impact through coaching for our guests and why does social impact.If you wish to learn more about the documentary, you can watch it in its three parts here: www.coachingdocu.com The documentary has been accredited with 10 CCEUs by ICF.About our guest Emilia Piera:Emilia is a coach and coaching supervisor with extensive experience of coaching and leadership development in public and non-for-profit organisations. Her interests are in leadership psychology, resilience, and social capital.Emilia is a doctoral candidate researching shared leadership in crisis. She works as a management lecturer in two universities in the UK, and is a chairwoman of a charitable organisation.Email Emilia: emilia@lastthingfirst.co.ukWant to give some feedback on the podcast or talk about the documentary with us?Email us at: podcast@coachingdocu.comCo-Hosts Tünde Erdös & Michael TichelmannProduced by Austora

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  • 6. In conversation with Claire Venetsanakou

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    In this sixth episode, Claire (Kleanthi) Venetsanakou, Michael Tichelmann and Tünde Erdös, we take a view at Claire's personal story around social impact through coaching - what happens when leadership doesn't care about social impact - when leadership comes across its limitations and what that means today - how Claire's own limitations in her coaching have impacted on her 'becoming' - what makes it important for us coaches to enquire beyond the effectiveness of our individual coaching.This is a Light and Shadow of Coaching – in and beyond organizations production resulting from a documentary we made to fund coach training for women in Kenya. Our purpose is to empower women creating ripple effects of growth, change and development. Today’s episode is the first installment of a series of conversations with coaches, leaders, educators who either donated to support this social impact through coaching initiative or made an interview contribution to the documentary, or sponsor the social impact initiative.The goal of this series is to give you an intimate peak behind the curtains: what is social impact through coaching for our guests and why does social impact.If you wish to learn more about the documentary, you can watch it in its three parts here: www.coachingdocu.com The documentary has been accredited with 10 CCEUs by ICF.About our guest Claire Venetsanakou:As an Organizational Psychologist, Claire has coached workforce as well as designed and implemented performance-related measures including experiential learning programs in various industries. Claire’s leadership roles share one common quality: human development. She is inspired to mindfully deliver meaningful impact on our fellow humans and humanity while enjoying to go beyond what seems possible, as she knows that behaviour influences. Claire has designed a framework philosophy for her practice called “W.E.L.L. in Harmony™“. After managing the Hellenic coach-coachee participation in the research project on coaching presence, Claire is partnering with Tünde Erdös to create a research-based training program on presence.Claire Venetsanakou: clrvenet@gmail.comWant to give some feedback on the podcast or talk about the documentary with us?Email us at: podcast@coachingdocu.comCo-Hosts Tünde Erdös & Michael TichelmannProduced by Austora
  • 5. In conversation with Paul Crick

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    In conversation with Paul CrickIn this episode, Paul Crick, Michael Tichelmann and Tünde Erdös, highlight the perspective of "being a decent human being willing to serve an inhumane and indecent time" by Margaret Wheatley - address the skills and ethos of warriorship from the inside out when it comes to adapting and thriving in uncertain times - discuss how the way of the warrior has been misunderstood as a means to kill and destroy others and why and how those that seek competition are making a grave mistake - us several lenses of warriorship as relevant for social impact through coaching - carve out the light of the real way of a warrior as the art of peace, the power of love - and share a couple of skills coaches and humans can add to their existing practices.This is a Light and Shadow of Coaching – in and beyond organizations production resulting from a documentary we made to fund coach training for women in Kenya. Our purpose is to empower women creating ripple effects of growth, change and development. Today’s episode is the first installment of a series of conversations with coaches, leaders, educators who either donated to support this social impact through coaching initiative or made an interview contribution to the documentary, or sponsor the social impact initiative.The goal of this series is to give you an intimate peak behind the curtains: what is social impact through coaching for our guests and why does social impact.If you wish to learn more about the documentary, you can watch it in its three parts here: www.coachingdocu.com The documentary has been accredited with 10 CCEUs by ICF.About our guest Paul Crick:Paul is the Founder and Managing Partner of his own leadership development consultancy, The Elevate Partnership. He specialises in helping leaders and leadership teams to leaders and teams to harness the skills and ethos of warriorship from the inside out to adapt and thrive in uncertain times. Paul has been a management consultant, coach, educator, facilitator and trainer for over 20 years, working worldwide with Fortune 500 and Times 250 corporations, public sector institutions and voluntary organisations. for PriceWaterhouseCoopers Capgemini and IBM. Paul previously co-led IBM's Global Coaching Community of Practice and helped grow this to over 4,000 coaches across 80 countries. In addition, he served as an Executive Coach in IBM's Professional Coaching Service. He has taught and coached leaders individually and in groups across 22 countries, including C-Level Executives. Paul lives happily in the middle of nowhere in the UK, nestled in nature with his wife, Tina, indulging his passion for Aikido and writing music.Email James: paul.crick@theelevatepartnership.comWant to give some feedback on the podcast or talk about the documentary with us?Email us at: podcast@coachingdocu.comCo-Hosts Tünde Erdös & Michael TichelmannProduced by Austora
  • 4. In conversation with James Cook

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    In conversation with James CookIn this fourth episode, James Cook, Michael Tichelmann and Tünde Erdös, we take a view at addressing the intention and intentionality behind the concept 'light and shadow of coaching' - the role of coaching in organisations in the widespread movement of democratising coaching - the light and shadow of internal versus external coaching - the role of complexity and scarcity driving the need to find fast answers - exploring a specific example of building and cultivating a coaching culture at nestlé - how our fast-paced life tends to challenge people and teams in organisationsThis is a Light and Shadow of Coaching – in and beyond organizations production resulting from a documentary we made to fund coach training for women in Kenya. Our purpose is to empower women creating ripple effects of growth, change and development. Today’s episode is the first installment of a series of conversations with coaches, leaders, educators who either donated to support this social impact through coaching initiative or made an interview contribution to the documentary, or sponsor the social impact initiative.The goal of this series is to give you an intimate peak behind the curtains: what is social impact through coaching for our guests and why does social impact.If you wish to learn more about the documentary, you can watch it in its three parts here: www.coachingdocu.com The documentary has been accredited with 10 CCEUs by ICF.About our guest James Cook:James is an ICF and EMCC accredited coach, he is a Learning & Development Specialist for Coaching, Mentoring and Team Development, responsible for the Internal Professional Coaching Pool at Nestlé in the UK and Ireland. Outside of work, James is a Listening Volunteer at The Samaritans, a unique UK charity dedicated to reducing feelings of isolation and disconnection that can lead to suicide. James’s journey and mission in life is to create a world where everyone feels the power of true engagement both in and out of work, by recognising their personal agency and feeling empowered to make a difference. Deep listening, social impact, physical intelligence and role modelling are James’s special interests.Email James: James@in-yu.spaceWant to give some feedback on the podcast or talk about the documentary with us?Email us at: podcast@coachingdocu.comCo-Hosts Tünde Erdös & Michael TichelmannProduced by Austora
  • 3. In conversation with Sijtze de Roos

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    In this third episode, Sijtze de Roos, Michael Tichelmann and Tünde Erdös, we take a view at exploring the state of play in coaching both from the point of view of the coachee as well as the coach - what matters in the coaching business development field and why we need to care - the commodification of coaching and what we need to be aware of as coaches and recipients of coaching - democratisation of coaching and how it may impact our work and the world of coachees as they see coaching as an emerging field - digitalisation and how it impacts the quality of coaching.This is a Light and Shadow of Coaching – in and beyond organizations production resulting from a documentary we made to fund coach training for women in Kenya. Our purpose is to empower women creating ripple effects of growth, change and development. Today’s episode is the first installment of a series of conversations with coaches, leaders, educators who either donated to support this social impact through coaching initiative or made an interview contribution to the documentary, or sponsor the social impact initiative.The goal of this series is to give you an intimate peak behind the curtains: what is social impact through coaching for our guests and why does social impact.If you wish to learn more about the documentary, you can watch it in its three parts here: www.coachingdocu.com The documentary has been accredited with 10 CCEUs by ICF.About our guest Sijtze de Roos:Sijtze de Roos is based in the Netherlands and studies social movements, deliberative democracy, and media and democracy. He is the former president of ANSE and the Dutch Association of Supervisors and Coaches, editor in chief of the ANSE Journal, well-cited author and an avid speaker on digitalisation and the democratisation of coaching. Sijtze is also an experienced senior board official, supervisor and coach with a demonstrated history of working in the human resources sector. He has extensive experience working in non-for-profit organizations covering the fields of HR consulting, coaching, and executive coaching. Email Sijtze: sijtzederoos@gmail.comWant to give some feedback on the podcast or talk about the documentary with us?Email us at: podcast@coachingdocu.comCo-Hosts Tünde Erdös & Michael TichelmannProduced by Austora
  • 2. In conversation with Carla Jansen van Rosendaal

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    In this second episode, Carla Jansen van Rosendaal, Michael Tichelmann and Tünde Erdös, we take a view at what got Carla interested in the light and shadow side of coaching - what Carla's philosophy is when it comes to social impact coaching - what questions we ask ourselves when we engage in social impact coaching - what makes Carla's engagement in social impact coaching exceptional - how social impact coaching can support our business success, and more.This is a Light and Shadow of Coaching – in and beyond organizations Production resulting from a documentary we made to fund coach training for women in Kenya. Our purpose is to empower women creating ripple effects of growth, change and development. Today’s episode is the first installment of a series of conversations with coaches, leaders, educators who either donated to support this social impact through coaching initiative or made an interview contribution to the documentary, or sponsor the social impact initiative.The goal of this series is to give you an intimate peak behind the curtains: what is social impact through coaching for our guests and why does social impact. If you wish to learn more about the documentary, you can watch it in its three parts here: www.coachingdocu.com The documentary has been accredited with 10 CCEUs by ICF.About our guest Carla Jansen van Rosendaal, Life-Mind Creation Coach and Burn-out Expert:Carla is an international stress reduction and personal development coach. She works with successful parenting entrepreneurs to create a life full of success, happiness, and relaxation. She leverages quantum technology within her coaching to create deeper results, faster. As a burnout expert, she knows what it is to be overly stressed and the impact of burnout on our business, relationships, and health. She has learned how to look at these situations as “opportunities to grow.” Carla’s philosophy: “Life is one big growing event to learn to experience more and more real happiness, whatever your circumstances. It is all about what story you tell yourself about every situation”. Carla understands that we can change our world and its energy by reducing our stress. By doing this, we become an example for our kids as they will be the creators of our future, of humanity, and our world.Visit Carla: www.life-mindcreation.comEmail Carla: info@life-mindcreation.comWant to give some feedback on the podcast or talk about the documentary with us?Email us at: podcast@coachingdocu.comCo-Hosts Tünde Erdös & Michael TichelmannProduced by Austora
  • 1. In conversation with Carin Bladh, MCC

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    In this first episode, Carin Bladh, Michael Tichelmann and Tünde Erdös, we take a global view at what got Carin interested in the light and shadow side of coaching - what surprised Michael in terms of topics addressed in the documentary - what resonated with Carin on watching the documentary - how a few images in the documentary inspired her meaning making of how each one of us can create social impact - how she makes meaning of where the future of our field lies - what the nature and role of mastery is in coaching for all of us including Michael who has his own coach - why Carin and Michael urge coaches to watch the documentary as some indispensable learning material as well as a great way to fund the social impact initiative that the documentary is driving.This is a Light and Shadow of Coaching – in and beyond organizations Production resulting from a documentary we made to fund coach training for women in Kenya. Our purpose is to empower women creating ripple effects of growth, change and development. Today’s episode is the first installment of a series of conversations with coaches, leaders, educators who either donated to support this social impact through coaching initiative or made an interview contribution to the documentary, or sponsor the social impact initiative.The goal of this series is to give you an intimate peak behind the curtains: what is social impact through coaching for our guests and why does social impact.If you wish to learn more about the documentary, you can watch it in its three parts here: www.coachingdocu.com The documentary has been accredited with 10 CCEUs by ICF.About our guest Carin Bladh, ICF MCC Executive Coach:The single most important thing is my fascination with the brain´s capacity to unlearn, learn, and relearn. I enjoy learning and developing through professional coaching. I support leaders through advanced professional coaching by listening in 50 layers. My approach is based on science and modern research in presence. It is delicate, tailored to meet individuals’ needs. The goal is to have leaders get to know their unknown strengths and hidden capacities. They learn more how to communicate differently inside themselves and with others on a daily basis. My coaching style is deep, creative, playful. I am based in Sweden. I am an author of three interactive coach books for coaches and leaders, all linked in a holistic way. I run a podcast “Viktigt på riktigt, by Carin Coach”, which translates as “What really matters”. Visit Carin: www.carincoach.seEmail Carin: carincoach@gmail.comWant to give some feedback on the podcast or talk about the documentary with us?Email us at: podcast@coachingdocu.comCo-Hosts Tünde Erdös & Michael TichelmannProduced by Austora