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.
Tina Ringer Mogensen Danish Psychologist, and mindfulness teacher with over 20 years of experience in both organizations and clinical work shares how the practice of mindfulness can positively impact our lives.
Tina is passionate about supporting people to thrive, connect, grow and be fully alive by reclaiming the lost parts of themselves and growing into their full potential for the benefit of the individual, relationships, families, societies and the world.
She is a heart driven psychologist who facilitates connections and presence in a positive, empowering, safe way.
Maher Khani, CPCC, ACC, Performance Coach and co-founder of Impact Labs based in Dubai - shares his journey of choosing to leave his corporate job in search of fulfilment and uncovering his path through coaching.
Melissa Loizou ICF accredited coach shares her journey of moving from the corporate world to becoming a full time coach and the positive impact that coaching has had in her own life and in the lives of those she loves and works with.
Siobhain Whitty, ICF Certified Coach and Chartered HR professional in the oil and gas industry - shares her story of how she moved into the coaching profession and how she was inspired and engaged through her own personal coaching process to step into her own power and create a successful practice that supports others to do the same.
Naomi Abboud, mother to baby girl Ocean Grace born too soon. Shares how she managed conversations with fear last year through her journey with a high risk pregnancy that has given her the greatest gift of self love, power and the desire to share her experiences with the world, to inspire people to lead their lives from within.
Naomi’s goal is to reduce premature births through her work and research. She is a CTI life coach and a WOMBS Birth coach and Doula for mothers to be. She listens and supports people to connect to the reason they are here on earth, their legacies and how they design their lives- whether in the birth room, their business or on a hike. She now lives Johannesburg after moving from Lausanne, Switzerland with her baby girl and husband who she say’s has taught me that Grace is our way of being.'
In Empower-World's Coaching and Leadership podcast, Larissa Thurlow, certified coach and leadership development professional based in Canada - shares her experience of being instrumental in the introduction and development of a coaching culture and approach to leadership in the workplace within a university based in Qatar. This is with the aim to create greater organisational awareness, opportunities, resourcefulness and effectiveness.
Colin Boyd, a coach who specialises in high performance, leadership and sales joins us again to share his insights into the potential for coaches to sell online products. Colin provides invaluable suggestions to get coaches started to be able to create another channel to offer their services.
A tribute to Avril Baxter - a business and life coach and mentor - who passed away recently was a key person in the shaping of our business. We share Avril's powerful attributes as an inspiring coach, person and dear friend who left a positive transformational mark on this world and on our hearts.
What are the keys to creating successful outcomes in a diverse cultural organisation or team? Dr Yvonne Sum and Mark Dickson from 5 Echo - leadership development consultants and coaches based in Kuala Lumpur - share their experiences of working in diverse organizations and countries and what have been some of the key ingredients to their success, including their own unique offering.
Empower World's Marie Quigley and Jeanine Bailey share the importance of not only setting a clear goal for a coaching session, but importantly, when the goal is achieved, what will the successful achievement of that goal look, sound and feel like. Being aware of and going through the process of understanding success provides the best opportunity for the client to create their personal fulfillment.
The Seven R's of successful and intentional leadership to navigate change told by Dr Yvonne Sum CSP, ACMC, NLPTT, BDS (Hons) - a certified Meta-Coach, leadership facilitator, entrepreneur and speaker who has presented alongside Edward de Bono, Tony Buzan and Jack Canfield. Yvonne works with global executives to support them through an ever changing world by empowering them to delve deep into their inner essence to make timely changes in their outer world. Yvonne has been through her own transformational journey, drawing insights from various roles as a dentist, RAAF officer, media expert, author, corporate expat, business partner, wife and mother of two.
Kaye-Maree Dunn, Project Manager with Māori Women's Development Inc (MWDI), shares how coaching skills are the foundation to supporting the organisation to be able to support Māori female entrepreneurs create their success in their business and relationships in this podcast. Kaye-Maree shares how the journey and skills of coaching has transcended personal, professional, cultural, gender, individual, group... any type of idea that may inhibit personal or group fulfilment... to create the outcomes that are truly desired and sought.
Michelle Arscott, educator and executive life coach based in Doha explores her passion with education and her beliefs about the importance of coaching in academic institutions. She shares her thoughts about how utilizing coaching skills with teachers and children can support more creativity and enable children to reach their best potential.
Fatima Nakhjavanpur, PCC, CPCC executive and leadership development coach and founder and managing director of Choice HR consultancy based in Dubai. In this episode Fatima shares her thoughts about the power of choice and how as coaches we can support our clients to see the many perspectives available at any given time whether it be in the life or executive coaching arena.
In this episode we revisit interview with Joe Pane, a hugely successful trainer, coach and facilitator based in Australia working with the renown Coaching Institute of Australia. He works with leaders, business owners, consultants and coaches as a human behavioural specialist sharing insights into what drives both positive and fearful human behaviour and how we can become even more effective as coaches and leaders by understanding this illuminating knowledge.
Last year we spoke with Rachel Anastasi who before the age of 30 started a number of successful businesses and established a wellness centre as well as significantly contributing to charitable organisations as a founder, event manager and provider of services. Find out what drives Rachel to live a courageous and purposeful life as a coach, trainer, author, mentor, speaker and trailblazer on a mission.
Last year Empower World spoke with Sonia Choquette, celebrated author, teacher, and transformational visionary guide. She’s an enchanting storyteller known for her humor and skill and quickly shifting people out of their difficulties into a healthier energy flow. In this episode she talks about using intuition and shares a practical example that as coaches we can utilise in our coaching practice as well as in our own lives.
Sonia Choquette is the author of 19 internationally bestselling books about intuitive awakening, personal and creative growth and the transformational leadership capabilities that reside within us all. Sonia is inspiring a global consciousness movement around her belief that as human beings, we are divine beings endowed with powerful senses to guide us through life.
Last year Empower World spoke to Dr John Gray author of the number one bestselling book of the last decade “Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus”. Dr Gray shared how leading with an “open heart” can create honest, intimate and powerful relationships built on trust and authenticity. We believe having courageous conversations with an open heart is one of the keys to coaching success and listening to Dr. Grays teachings is a wonderful reminder to focus on creating relationships that matter.
In this week's podcast, Empower World shares the gifts of not only learning these skills of great leadership to empower and lead others, but also great coaches and leaders will undergo a journey of personal development themselves to uncover what is important to them. By stretching ourselves as coaches as leaders to do our personal deeper work, we can be the best we can be to support and empower others to be the best they can be.
Empower World spoke to Dr John Demartini last year about the importance of understanding our personal values at a conscious level so that we can make decisions easily and effortlessly in alignment with our authentic self in a way that energises and inspires us. We believe values work is so incredibly important to lead ourselves effectively and wanted to revisit Dr John Demartini's insightful and wise words.
Leadership coach Sam Preston shares how she uses Maslow's hierarchy of needs motivation theory to support clients to create more awareness in their lives.