Guest Blogger: Zenobia R. Gaither, EML, EBC Alum, BIPOC Leadership and Personal Development Coach, https://www.linkedin.com/in/zenobiargaither/ As our Country enters into the third week of the Black Lives Matter Movement ignited by back-to-back acts of police brutality on unarmed black people it remains a maginified movement today. The recent loss of the life of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd, has quickly escalated into the renewal of raising our consciousness for the need to dismantle white supremacy and systemic racism. A movement that is long overdue, wouldn’t you agree? As leaders today, we have a duty to incorporate daily practices that [...]
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Considering Indigenous Worldview as Part of Your Coaching Work Guest Blogger: Wahinkpe Topa (Four Arrows), aka Don Jacobs, PhD, EdD, Professor at Fielding Graduate University. The wiki entry for “coaching” is quite thorough. It refers many applications in which someone who has particular skills in communication, motivation, and education for a particular area of interest can assist someone in achieving a desired goal in that area. As thorough as the wiki may be, however, it does not mention anything about tapping into unconscious drivers of behavior. It briefly mentions sports psychology, for example, but it does mention use of “hypnosis and [...]
Blog Post : How can we learn until we first learn to reflect? Guest Blogger: Ron Hurst, PhD Candidate, MA, MBA, MSc EBC (2010), www.developingleadersinc.com As coaches, our goal is to assist our client in finding their own solutions to the challenges they present. To succeed in this goal requires that we give our best work. We must create a trusting space, practice presence, leverage deep listening, and use powerful questions. But what if that isn’t enough? It is foundational to the coaching process that the client have the ability to reflect on their experience in such a way that we [...]
EBC Blog: Uncertain Times: Coaching as a Way Through Guest Blogger: Laurel A. Coleman, MA, MEd - https://www.linkedin.com/in/laurel-ann-coleman-b0b6aa5b/ We have a situation. These are uncertain times, unprecedented as a matter of fact. Across systems and geographies, there is a search for answers, options, and a way out of the demise created by the pandemic of 2020. Public, private, non-profit organizations, and individuals are seeking options to help allay the fears of the uncertainty. Could evidence based coaching be an option and, if so, how can it help? A Temperature Check Companies as well as communities are having to figure out how to [...]
Evidence Based Coaching (EBC) Thought Leaders Webinar: Catching the Feeling: The Effects of Individual Emotion on Team Synergy Was held on Wednesday, June 3, 2020, 4 – 5pm Pacific Watch the YouTube video at https://youtu.be/oIgh0IFrDm0 Speaker: Claire Read, CCP, PhD, http://www.ProSocialDynamics.com As organizations move increasingly away from traditional hierarchy and adopt a team orientation, the function of teams is gaining importance at a very rapid rate. For example, the importance of team coaching has come to the forefront in organizational transformation and team coaches are highly sought. The emotional lives of teams, their shared social processes, affect how work gets done. [...]
Education’s New Frontier: A Call to Coaching Excellence Guest Bloggers: Kathy Norwood, EdD, PCC and Mary Ann Burke, PhD, EdD, MFT For the past two decades we have devoted our research and work to the goal of bridging professional coaching with educational coaching. Executive and business coaching is widely respected and well-funded. Companies hire the best of the best, most often credentialed coaches, to develop the potential of promising employees. They know that skillful coaching can significantly improve the company’s bottom line. Compared to corporate coaching, educational coaching is still in its infancy in many ways. Current coaching practices are more [...]
EBC Blog: Searching for Soul and Finding Self Guest Blogger: Ann L. Clancy, PhD. The Appreciative Coaching approach rests on a key premise: begin where the client is. However, practitioners can only begin where the client is by also discovering where they begin with their own thoughts, beliefs and experience. Early in our careers as coaches, we found a disconnect between what we were actually experiencing with our clients and some of the traditional theories and approaches to change, especially those focused on the problem-solving model and Newtonian mechanistic assumptions about human capacity. Knowing the practitioners’ role to be instruments [...]
On-Demand Webinar: Innovations in Leadership Coaching: Research and Practice – Interview with the EditorsTerry Hildebrandt2020-03-24T08:47:43+00:00
EBC Blog: Innovations in Leadership Coaching: Research and Practice Guest Blogger: Francine Campone, EdD, MCC, Principal at F. Campone Coaching & Consulting, francinecampone.com Innovations in Leadership Coaching: Research and Practice offers a multi-disciplinary, scholarly, and post-modern perspective on coaching in the twenty-first century. In this volume, scholar-practitioners present innovative theories, models, and practices in coaching which are aligned with a new generation of coaching that is relational, experiential, reflexive, and dynamic. The chapters in this monograph examine the people and events taking place in a time and place which is characterized by volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity. Using evidence from theory [...]
EBC Blog: Coaching Managers to Lead Virtual Teams and Remote Employees during the COVID-19 Crisis [sharethis-inline-buttons] Guest Blogger: Shari Bowles Gibbons, MBA, MCEC, ACC, Managing Partner at Anderson Lane & Associates, https://www.andersonlaneandassociates.com/about “Fasten your seat belts, it’s going to be a bumpy night” – Betty Davis, All About Eve The COVID-19 pandemic’s short-term and long-term impact on our lives, businesses, and global economy has yet to completely reveal itself. What we do know, is that everyone’s work lives have immediately been impacted, with a good percentage of them suddenly working remotely from home. Under the best of circumstances, working remotely isn’t [...]
On-Demand Webinar – LinkedIn 2020: What You Need to Know for Your Brand, Your Business, and Your NetworkTerry Hildebrandt2020-03-08T15:43:22+00:00
Evidence Based Coaching (EBC) Professional Series Webinar: LinkedIn 2020: What You Need to Know for Your Brand, Your Business, and Your Network. Saturday, April 18, 2020, 9:00am – 10am Pacific Speaker: Howard Fox, MA, ACC, President of Fox Coaching, Inc. and Producer and Host of the Success InSight Podcast Host: Terry H. Hildebrandt, PhD, MCC, MCEC – Director of Evidence Based Coaching, Fielding Graduate University LinkedIn is the most essential business-focused global social networking site for you to showcase your brand and find and network with your ideal client. Whatever your niche in coaching, whether you an internal coach, an external [...]