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Helping People Change with Richard Boyatzis

Richard E. Boyatzis is a Distinguished University Professor at Case Western Reserve University. He holds a Ph.D. in social psychology from Harvard University. Using his well-established Intentional Change Theory (ICT) and complexity theory, Dr. Boyatzis researches how people and organizations engage in sustainable, desired change. His latest book, Helping People Change: Coaching with Compassion for Lifelong Learning and Growth, will be released in September. In this episode, he sits down with Cate to discuss how to effectively help people change.  What you’ll get out of tuning in:How to ask the...

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Achieving a Deeper Body Connection through Embodiment with Mark Walsh

Yoga can be a great form of spiritual practice or a method of physical activity. One less common way to practice that deserves attention, however, is through embodiment. Mark Walsh is a powerful advocate and teacher of embodiment through yoga. By focusing on ourselves and how certain posed make us feel, we can really connect with our feeling and our personalities on a deeper level.Mark’s embodiment yoga courses teaches us how to utilize the different archetypes present in yoga poses to strengthen those aspects of ourselves to which we have...

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How to Heal Thyroid Disease with Fern Olivia

Fern Olivia found herself at rock bottom when she fainted in a New York City subway and was rushed to the hospital. She now interprets this event as her soul wanting her to know that she was in misalignment with herself. After finding that the standard medical prescriptions weren’t healing her, she began a journey of investing in herself and her health through yoga and Ayurveda. Now, free from Hashimoto's disease, she lives in Nosara, Costa Rica, where she fills her days with the activities that she feels really align...

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Conversation Skills for Influencers with Denise Green

I’m all for moving the conversation forward. Thus, I interrupt. When I’m coaching a large group - which is at least a few times a week - I keep an ear to the person in the hot seat and an ear to the group.When the hot seater goes too deep into background story or veers off track into TMI - I interrupt. While I’ve found this a very effective technique in hot seat coaching with large groups - I had some questions about teaching this technique to other coaching and...

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