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Nishi Ayer, Executive Coach and Global Talent Leader joins Sue Stockdale in a podcast interview about how to develop high potential leaders, keep them engaged, committed and successful in critical roles. With a focus on inclusion and diversity, Nishi explains how she coaches high potential talent to navigate challenging conversations and lead with a global mindset in times of change.
Terecina Kwong, COO of HSBC Europe, joins Sue Stockdale in a podcast on the ‘new normal’ and the benefits of collaborative working across cultures in the context of fluctuating markets and navigating the impact of COVID-19. Hear what Terecina has learned as a leader and how she is empowering her teams by encouraging dialogue, flexible work, and activate participation in cross-team coaching.
Listen to Charlie Stainforth, Co-Founder and CEO at Circl, in a conversation with Sue Stockdale about a unique approach to leadership development programs in which professionals are learning and practicing coaching skills with young adults in the same cohort. Leaders and youth step out of their comfort zone while learning from one other and coaching each other – an inspiring way to develop future leaders.
Jen Kidby, Director of Talent and Leadership Development at Grant Thornton Canada, talks to Sue Stockdale on how she has implemented a coaching culture coaching within Grant Thornton Canada. She explains the effect of COVID-19 restraints and how coaching has benefited remote working and team resilience.
René Carayol, Leading Executive Coach and Leadership Speaker, discusses the concept of “Allyship”  - a practice that puts into use social justice theories and ideals - and then shares his insights on the way leaders can navigate through change and challenging times and what is the coach’s role in supporting those leaders.
Dr. Paul Lawrence gets to the heart of systemic thinking, tackling internal conversations in the workplace and how this has changed in times of pandemic. He discusses the impact of virtual working and highlights the importance of impromptu conversations and knowledge sharing in an office setting. Paul explores how the coach approach can make a significant difference in virtual workplace conversations.
Katherine Tulpa, Global CEO of the Association for Coaching, reveals what to expect from this week’s Coaching in the Workplace virtual conference taking place 24 – 26 June 2020. Speaking to host, Anne Calleja, hear what it means to lead with a coaching approach and how the forthcoming virtual conference will support those interested in team coaching, supervision and leadership. Hear how the virtual conference aims to inspire and empower CEOs, C-Suite leaders and coaches alike in an innovative on-line, real-time, community event described as the first of its kind. For more information: www.coachingintheworkplace.org
No one leader can make all the tough calls on their own anymore. In this short podcast interview, René Carayol, reveals to host, Sue Stockdale, the challenges in the c-suite today and how collaboration is the new approach to coaching and leadership. Hear how too many leaders are weighed down with huge uncertainties and inherent risks and how coaching supports and fits into the modern leadership team supporting key leaders with their responsibilities. René shares examples, from his own experience and the boardroom, as to how the role of the coach, and how the roles of leaders, has changed, whilst sharing insights as to what’s needed to succeed in a world that is now embracing rapid change, greater diversity and uncertainty, and a digital economy. https://coachingintheworkplace.org/ (c) 2020 Association for Coaching
With the explosion of diversity and the acceleration towards virtual, networked organizations, the “new generation” of leaders must develop the agility to succeed. In this short podcast episode, Dr. Jeffrey Hull, shares with host, Sue Stockdale, the importance of knowing when to lead and when to step back as well as the effective habits leaders can develop, as coaches. Hear how to apply a coaching approach towards building high-performing teams, as a leader, and what it means to have diversity in coaching style. Learn where the world of coaching and education is heading. https://coachingintheworkplace.org/ (c) 2020 Association for Coaching
More than 750 coachees have benefitted from Grant Thornton’s coaching programme. Through their coaching programme, Grant Thornton, have developed their ability to attract great talent, as well as more clients, by using culture as a competitive differentiator and instigating a learning and development transformation across the firm. In this podcast interview, director of talent and leadership development, Jen Kidby, speaks to host, Sue Stockdale, about the importance of coaching in their company culture and how clients, colleagues and their communities’ benefit. Jen also shares some timely insights as to how her colleague are managing with remote working during the COVID-19 pandemic. https://coachingintheworkplace.org/ (c) 2020 Association for Coaching
Terecina Kwong is the Chief Operating Officer of HSBC Bank in China. In this short podcast interview, Terecina shares with host, Sue Stockdale, her experience of coaching and building high-performance teams in a large international financial institution. Hear how Terecina, as a leader, enables, motivates and empowers an organisation of over 1200 people, unleashing their best potential particularly during challenging times, as with COVID-19. Learn how Terecina embraces diversity and inclusion, collaboration, resilience, and agility. https://coachingintheworkplace.org/ (c) 2020 Association for Coaching
In this short podcast interview, Dr. Paul Lawrence, speaks with Sue Stockdale, discussing what it means to develop a coaching culture with a systemic approach. Paul shares what to expect from his upcoming digital conference session whilst revealing, and dispelling, some of the myths and misconceptions about creating an effective coaching culture in an organisation. https://coachingintheworkplace.org/ (c) 2020 Association for Coaching
In this podcast interview, founding CEO of The Conscious Leader, Mark McMordie, talks to Sue Stockdale, ahead of the Coaching in the Workplace conference, about what it means to create a sense of safety, as a leader. Mark and Sue discuss the power of feeling safe, exploring the role mindfulness in the vertical development of leaders who are capable of transforming the organisations they lead. Learn how coaches and leaders can begin to create an environment of psychological safety both as individuals and within teams towards achieving their best thinking and consequently, their best results; even during times of uncertainty. You’ll also hear how innovation can be achieved through a combination of mindfulness practice and what the Aristotle project taught Google about their highest performing teams. https://coachingintheworkplace.org/ (c) 2020 Association for Coaching
In this podcast interview, Maya Hu-Chan reveals to Sue Stockdale what it means to develop cultural agility, inclusive leadership and a global mindset in coaching and leadership. Referred to as saving face, hear what it means to avoid losing face with clients and colleagues; honouring others and preserving their dignity following simple steps. Learn the importance of kindness, accountability and psychological safety in effective leadership and how to lead, and coach, more authentically. https://coachingintheworkplace.org/ (c) 2020 Association for Coaching
Can money buy happiness? It seems money is something that we do not find easy to discuss. In this short podcast interview, Brian Portnoy, Ph.D., CFA, reveals why whilst sharing, with Sue Stockdale, insights as to what it means to find contentment and happiness in life and how our financial wellness contributes to true meaning in life. Hear how coaches can effectively coach towards financial wellness, whilst being aware of their own biases towards money, and how the four C’s can help assess our ‘funded contentment’. Learn how to define and re-define wealth during challenging times and how money has a variety of different dimensions. https://coachingintheworkplace.org/ (c) 2020 Association for Coaching
Christina Wyatt & Darren Whysall discuss with Sue Stockdale what it means to coach leaders inside Barclays Bank. Christina and Darren describe how their approach to coaching works within Barclays, revealing the similarities and differences, when compared to having an external coach come into an organisation. Hear how Christina and Darren manage their own well-being as coaches and how they create psychological safety, confidentiality and trust, with their internal clients. Learn how they prepare for sessions towards creating an effective coaching practise. https://coachingintheworkplace.org/ (c) 2020 Association for Coaching
In this short podcast interview, Gillian Jones-Williams reveals, to Sue Stockdale, the benefits of having a coaching culture in the workplace. Gillian describes the very real, and timely, challenges for leaders and organisations wishing to embrace coaching culture and during COVID-19. Hear why now, at a time of lock-down and isolation, this is an ideal time for organisations to consider adopting a culture whilst preparing for a new world. Learn why coaching is not always about a financial investment and where to begin creating a company culture in your organisation. You’ll also hear why and how now is an ideal time to brush up on leadership coaching skills and how teaching managers to coach is only a small part of developing a coaching culture. Gillian also shares how a reflective practise can be a strategic way of improving an organisation’s culture and why coaching is needed, perhaps more than ever, in the workplace. https://coachingintheworkplace.org/ (c) 2020 Association for Coaching
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Podcast Details

Created by
Association for Coaching
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Jun 2nd, 2020
Latest Episode
Jan 4th, 2021
Release Period
3 per week
Episodes
17
Avg. Episode Length
21 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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