Being a leader means being able to think and make decisions clearly and effectively from a place of looking forward into possibility versus being driven by fears. Scientific evidence says taking deep breaths can support us to get present and into the effective decision making part of our brain to notice new perspectives, new ideas and spark new energy.
Jeanine and Marie talk about how coaching skills have opened up their clients’ worlds and opportunities, sharing their recent work with an organization that has supported successful leadership both in the workplace and in their personal lives.
Jeanine and Marie discuss what it means to take 100% responsibility for our experiences and how this supports us to create our best lives. When we are blaming something or someone outside ourselves, we focus on what we can't control. By taking 100% responsibility for what we experience we are in charge of our destiny and can take the steps to create the lives we truly want.
When you spot something in others, you have potentially got it within yourself - perhaps not in quite the same way. What you see in others is also in you in some shape or form - both the feel good and not so good feeling emotions and characteristic traits. For example, when you notice someone in your life is continuously angry or judgmental - then perhaps you too are continuously angry and judgmental in a part or numerous parts of your life. Find out how this concept can support you live your best life in this podcast.
Empower World co-founder Marie Quigley speaks with Tracey Livingston about creating financial abundance in the coaching arena. In this podcast, they discuss how helping professionals may have limiting beliefs and old stories about charging for their services that hold them back from achieving financial abundance. Marie candidly shared her insights and experiences that support coaches to confidently and powerfully charge the true value of their services.
Fiona Quigley, Stoma Care Nurse Specialist talks about her work with her patients as they live life with serious illness. She shares how she supports these inspiring people in their everyday living to build resilience strategies and practice self compassion and acceptance.
In this episode Jeanine and Marie discuss about the effective use of physiology in coaching and leadership.
Jeanine and Marie discuss the Be Do Have model which is a powerful structure to support clients to create immediate change based on new awareness and decisions to move forward in an empowering way.
Jeanine and Marie share the power of looking at different perspectives when faced with challenges and turning them into opportunities of growth and expansion.
Jeanine and Marie discuss, how we can overcome judgement that doesn't serve us or our clients. We are all judgers. Judgement is designed to keep us safe. But when it's over done or we make things up about being judged or we misjudge others (versus being an observer of our judgement), we create the emotions that may not serve us. Find out more here.
Jeanine and Marie share learning insight from mentoring to support coaches to hone their skills.
Deep values work is the key to creating fulfilling and purposeful lives. Values drive our decision making and behaviours. If we do this deep and intensive work, we can make decisions easily and effortlessly aligned with the things that matter most in our life (our values) versus being guided by other people's values - like our parents', our community or cultural values and so forth - which often we adopt without questioning. But on a deeper unconscious level, these values we adopt as we grow up (often unconsciously), can sabotage our happiness and success.
Marie & Jeanine discuss the purpose of purpose and how it supports us to make decisions and life choices easily, especially if decisions align with our purpose. They also share one of their favourite questions to help support what is potentially our purpose for being in this world.
Jeanine and Marie have a conversation about imperfection and how being good enough, is enough to create a whole hearted life of courage and fulfilment
Rachel Petero ACC ICF is part of the Auckland ICF leadership team after becoming an ICF credentialed coach in 2015. Her passion for what she does - empowering and supporting indigenous women utilising coaching as the foundation of leadership skills - has also led her to volunteering for the ICF. Rachel shares what it is like to do what she loves: coaching through an indigenous lens - as well as giving back to the coaching community through her ICF role.
Trusting your client is whole and fully resourceful even when facing difficulties is a powerful way of supporting them to live in fulfillment and joy. Jeanine and Marie share strategies for coaches to build more trusting coaching relationships.
Jeanine and Marie interview digital marketing specialist Joe Kershaw who had also trained as a coach and understands the great challenges and opportunities available to coaches. He shares how we can attract our ideal coaching client in a very effective way
Marie and Mohamed Eraky discuss the power of creating a coaching culture in organisations.
Jeanine and Marie discuss the topic of finding your niche with coach Karen Kennaby.
Jeanine and Marie reflect back on 2016 and the learnings they have discovered from the challenges they faced. And how they will do some things differently in 2017
Perfectionism stops us from sharing our gifts, expanding and growing and creating a fulfilling life. Jeanine and Marie discuss how being enough is more than enough .
Shame is a human experience. It is a diminishing feeling of not being good enough, not being worthy enough. ICF accredited coach Melissa Loizou gets curious with Empower World co founder Marie Quigley about how, as coaches, we can support our clients to move from shame into worthiness.
Intuition is something we all possess but many don't realise they do or they often choose to ignore it. Using our intuition as a coach and as a human being is very powerful: it's listening at a much deeper level to support our clients and ourselves. Learn more about intuition in this podcast episode.
Jeanine and Marie discuss resilience in challenging times. In a country such as Qatar, which is rich with many nationalities together with a downturn in some of its major industries: resilience is required to navigate change and uncertainty. Jeanine interviews Marie who has just completed Brene Brown's Daring Greatly facilitator training about developing our own resilience and some ways we can manage challenging situations.
May-Britt Searty is a certified life coach, naturopath, kinesiologist and yoga instructor. She shares how she incorporates her coaching skills with her use of various different modalities as well as her overall approach to working with clients. May-Britt is focused on supporting her clients in relation to balancing their physical, mental, emotional, intuitive and spiritual body.