10/22/14 Pitch Perfect: How To Say It Right The First Time, Every Time! with Bill McGowan; Cristina Strachicini on the ICF Global Conference 2014 Latin America

Segment 1 - Emmy Award-Winning Broadcast Journalist Bill McGowan shares the basics of Public Speaking, Ted Talks and Interviews, and his book, “Pitch Perfect.”   Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 2 - “Pitch Perfect: How To Say It Right The First Time, Every Time!” Your authentic narrative, the importance of stories, and more for your public toasts, panel moderating and other speaking gigs,  with Emmy Award Winning Journalist and Author Bill McGowan.  Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 3 - The Final Global Conference of 2014 is in Rio De Janeiro in November!  We speak with Conference Coordinator Cristina Strachicini about Coaching in Latin America, The Conference, and Rio.  Today on the Coaching Show!

Segment 4 - En Espanol!  In Portugese!  Welcome to The ICF Global Conference 2014 Latin America!  We speak about discounts for your registration, speakers, conference theme and more with Cristina Strachicini.  Today on The Coaching Show!


Bill McGowan

Bill McGowan, Founder and CEO of Clarity Media Group, is a two-time Emmy Award-winning journalist who has reported over 700 nationally televised stories. His credits include ABC News 20/20; CBS News 48 Hours, Public Eye with Bryant Gumbel, Dow Jones Television and MSNBC.  He has devised interviewing strategies for news figures such as Charlie Rose, Connie Chung, Bryant Gumbel, and Bill O’Reilly. In front of the camera, he has anchored hundreds of hours of news and information programming and has conducted thousands of interviews with newsmakers, CEO’s, celebrities, doctors, book authors, attorneys, and professional athletes.

Bill now uses that experience to coach clients on how to exude more confidence and command on television and in front of an audience.  Those he has trained include Eli Manning, Sheryl Sandberg, Jack Welch, Mary J. Blige, Thomas Keller, Pat Benatar, Holly Hunter, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Isaac Mizrahi.  He maximizes his clients’ readiness by sharing his knowledge of how the styles and tactics of interviewers differ among various programs and publications.

Bill reveals to his clients the questions most likely to be asked, and then helps them formulate the most compelling messages and storytelling to illustrate those responses.  Providing sound strategies for handling crisis situations is also a resource he has developed at Clarity Media Group.

Bill is also an expert in public speaking and has prepared numerous clients for TED Talks, Matrix Awards acceptance speeches, major university commencement addresses and corporate shareholder meetings.  He has helped transform from proficient to polished the public speaking abilities of executives from companies like Facebook, Google, The New York Times, Deutsche Bank, Spotify, Harley Davidson, Bloomberg and Campbell’s Soup.  As part of his coaching, he helps clients find their authentic narrative and then imparts a set of skills that enable them to deliver it with passion and persuasiveness.

He is also the author of “Pitch Perfect: How to Say it Right the First Time, Every Time” published by Harper Collins in 2014. http://www.bepitchperfect.com/


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Director of International Relations of ICF Brazil

Cristina Strachicini is a Board Member of International Coach Federation (ICF) Brazilian Charter Chapter from 2013-2015, responsible for International Relations, whose role aims to strengthen the relationship and integration of between the Brazilian and other Latin America and Caribbean Chapters from ICF, by strengthening the ICF and the advancement of the coaching profession in the region.

With more than thirty years of experience under her belt, Cristina is a Psychologist that has been working alongside of national and international companies in which she acted as an HR executive, an international consultant and Coach. Cristina is Brazilian and speaks Brazilian Portuguese with fluency in English and Spanish, specializes in Leadership Development, Executive, Team e Group Coaching.

Currently, she is the Planning Committee Coordinator of the Conference “ICF Global 2014 _ Latin America”, that will be held on November 14 to 15, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
For more information visit: http://www.icfglobalconference.com/latinamerica/en/
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10/15/15 Live It! Achieve Success by Living with Purpose with Jairek Robbins; Marcia Reynolds on “The Discomfort Zone: How Leaders Turn Difficult Conversations Into Breakthroughs”

Segment 1 - A Conversation with Anthony Robbins’ son about Parenting, Coaching and Life Success!  Listen to our conversation with Jairek Robbins, Professional Coach, Speaker and Author of: Live It! Achieve Success by Living with Purpose. Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 2 - Fall in Love with Your Life, and more tips from Jairek Robbins”, Anthony Robbins’ son, who has been coaching since the age of 18, and author of “Live It: Achieve Success by Living with Purpose.”  Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 3 - Former ICF Global President and ACTO President-Elect Marcia Reynolds joins us to discuss her latest book “The Discomfort Zone: How Leaders Turn Difficult Conversations Into Breakthroughs.”  Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 4 - We discuss “Wander Woman”, “Lean In” and High-Achieving Women, Ethics in Coaching and the Importance of Coach Training with former ICF President Marcia Reynolds, author of “The Discomfort Zone.” Today on The Coaching Show!


Jairek Robbins

Performance coach and motivational speaker.  He is the son of life coach, self-help author and motivational speaker Tony Robbins.  Jairek started his career in 2002 with Anthony Robbins Foundation.  At the age of twenty-three, Robbins was awarded the Congressional Award Gold Medal from the United States Congress. By twenty-five, he gained international renown as the creator of a revolutionary approach to maximizing personal performance that accelerated organizational success for a wide range of businesses.  Today, the 30-year old is unlocking secrets for maximizing employee performance and organizational success (and he’s just getting started).

Robbins’s personal journey has included circumnavigating the globe on a ship, helping build schools and houses in multiple countries, cage diving with great white sharks, encountering silverback gorillas in Rwanda, and working as a volunteer in underdeveloped regions. He supports a number of charities and nonprofits, such as the Change Heroes and the Pencils of Promise Foundation.  His book, Live It!: Achieve Success by Living with Purpose, was released on September 30, 2014.  http://www.jairekrobbins.com/
Jairek Robbins is a man on a mission focused on developing creative solutions for accelerating results. By evaluating you and your companies strategic objectives, Jairek is able to build a customized roadmap for you to achieve your goals with speed and precision.


Marcia Reynolds, PsyD, MCC


Dr. Marcia Reynolds works with clients around the world who seek to develop effective leaders. She understands organizational cultures, what blocks communication and innovation, and what is needed to bring people together for better results. She has coached leaders, taught leadership classes, and spoken at conferences for clients in healthcare, financial services, transportation, technology, and telecommunications in 34 countries.

Prior to starting her own business, Reynolds’ greatest success story came as a result of designing the employee development program for a semiconductor manufacturing company facing bankruptcy. Working with the executive staff, the company turned around and became the number one stock market success in the United States when they went public in 1993. Reynolds focused on inspiring a future-focused culture and empowering cross-functional teams to become the heart of the organization.

Reynolds discovered coaching when she started her own business in 1995. She quickly saw the power of coaching in helping others make the mental shifts required to sustain change. Her passion for the profession led her to become the fifth global president of the International Coach Federation and be one of the first 25 people in the world to hold the certification of Master Certified Coach. She now coaches executives and teaches coaching in her leadership classes worldwide. She is the president elect for the Association for Coach Training Organizations (ACTO) and serves as Training Director for the Healthcare Coaching Institute (HCI). She also is on the faculty of coach training schools in Russia and China.

Marcia’s doctoral degree is in organizational psychology with a research emphasis in high-achieving women in the workplace. In addition to her bestseller, Wander Woman: How High-Achieving Women Find Contentment and Direction, she has also authored Outsmart Your Brain and has been quoted in many publications including Harvard Management Review, Wall Street Journal, Psychology Today, and The New York Times. Her new book, The Discomfort Zone: How Leaders Turn Difficult Conversations Into Breakthroughs, publishes from Berrett-Koehler in October 2014.




10/01/14 – Jordan Ellenberg – How Not to be Wrong: The Power of Mathematical Thinking; Remembering Debbie Ford and Turn Up Your Light with the Center for 7 Lights

Segment 1 - Jordan Ellenberg, PhD and professor of mathematics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, on growing up with math and science, the value for students of taking time off from a specific “learning track” to have other experiences and more. Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 2 -  “How Not to Be Wrong. The story of Abraham Wald and the missing bullet holes, and the practical value of mathematical ways of thinking in many life situations.    Today with NY Times Best Selling author, Jordan Ellenberg, on The Coaching Show!

Segment 3 - The “Seven Lights” of personal evolution. Mary Herndon and Jeff Malone, Founders of “The Center for Seven Lights,” distinguish seven key qualities for success and happiness and more. Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 4 - Transformational coaching. The new “Transformational Presence” leadership training, what “transformation” means and how it can propel you into more connected and powerful interactions.   Today on The Coaching Show!


Jordan EllenbergJordanEllenberg

Jordan Ellenberg grew up in Potomac, MD, the child of two statisticians. He excelled in mathematics from a young age, and competed for the U.S. in the International Mathematical Olympiad three times, winning two gold medals and a silver. He went to college at Harvard, got a master’s degree in fiction writing from Johns Hopkins, and then returned to Harvard for his Ph.D. in math. After graduate school, he was a postdoc at Princeton. In 2004, he joined the faculty of the University of Wisconsin at Madison, where he is now the Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor of Mathematics. (Professional page)

Ellenberg’s research centers on the fields of number theory and algebraic geometry, the parts of mathematics which address fundamental questions about algebraic equations and their solutions in whole numbers. Ellenberg’s research has uncovered new and unexpected connections between these subjects and algebraic topology, the study of abstract high-dimensional shapes and the relations between them. Ellenberg was a plenary speaker at the 2013 Joint Mathematics Meetings, the largest mathematics conference in the world, and he has lectured about his research around the United States and in ten other countries. He has held an NSF-CAREER grant and an Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship, and in 2013 he was named one of the inaugural class of Fellows of the American Mathematical Society.

Ellenberg has been writing for a general audience about math for more than fifteen years; his work has appeared in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, Wired, The Believer, and the Boston Globe, and he is the author of the “Do the Math” column in Slate. His Wired feature story on compressed sensing appeared in the Best Writing on Mathematics 2011 anthology. His novel, The Grasshopper King, was a finalist for the 2004 New York Public Library Young Lions Fiction Award.  www.jordanellenberg.com

Jeff Malone

Jeff Malone is the co-founder of the Center for Relational Dynamics was the CEO and senior faculty of the Ford Institute for Transformational Training having work intimately with Debbie fords for 12 years. Jeff, a Stanford MBA, works with corporations and organizations on their relational environmental architecture, a concept he created to help with the cultural issues most organizations face today. Jeff’s current work with the Center for Seven lights on authenticity and transformational presence is groundbreaking in the transformation field. Jeff brings a unique blend of year’s real world senior management business experience and a deep spiritual experience and understanding that blends to create a truly exceptional transformational experience.  www.jeffmalone.com


Mary Herndon

Mary is a master integrative coach who has spent her professional career supporting others in breaking through barriers to create clarity and find passion in their lives. Following a successful career as an attorney and planner, Mary became an ICF certified coach and later joined The Ford Institute, where she mentored and trained coaches.  Mary’s keen insight for observing the essential elements and fundamental connections in her client’s lives allows her to be a catalyst for extraordinary change.  ‘All transformation ultimately leads back to the self’, she says, ‘and that is such a great place to be!





9/24/14 – Ethics in Coaching, plus Ethics and YOU, with Kees de Vries, Sue McMahon, and Susan Braverman

Segment 1 - Ethics and Coaching – The Chair of the Internal Review Board of the International Coach Federation, Kees de Vries joins us to discuss Ethics, and a Paradigm Shift in our industry.  Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 2 - Ethics and Coaching – The Chair and Vice Chair of the Internal Review Board Ethics Committee of the International Coach Federation join us to discuss the Ethical Review Process, and changes in how Ethics are seen in the Coaching Industry – Don’t miss it, on The Coaching Show Today!

Segment 3 - Ethics and YOU – Coaching Ethics in the real world – what to do and how to do it, with Susan Braverman.  Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 4 - A Practical Guide to Ethics and Coaching.  Susan Braverman talks about real life ethical applications.  Today on The Coaching Show!


Kees de VriesKees de Vries

Kees de Vries is a senior executive coach and supervisor, based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.  Kees’ his coaching and supervision reflect his passion and theme in life which is holding the space for people to explore their greatest potential – unencumbered, and assisting them with getting the best out of themselves, meanwhile learning how to keep an optimal balance between excellence in performance and a good life.

It’s his belief that this optimal balance can only be effectively maintained through fairness and transparency in terms of relationships with others and with the context. To him it is all about choices, perspectives and awareness, and therefore reflective practice is at the center of his coaching and supervision. Performance, relationship, attributes, partnership, careers, leadership, presencing and transformation are subjects of his regular assignments.

Clients describe his coaching as intuitive and inspirationally energizing. One said: “Kees’ presence enables your future.” Kees holds a Masters in Work and Organization Psychology, and he is a Registered Psychologist NIP/W&O.  Kees is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) accredited by the ICF (International Coach Federation.) As an Executive and Personal Coach he was certified by the Hudson Institute of Coaching in Santa Barbara (California, USA.) And he is an accredited Coaching Supervisor by CSA (Coaching Supervision Academy) in London (GB.)

Furthermore, Kees is deeply interested in Ethics and its shifting paradigms. Hence as Chair of the Independent Review Board of ICF he is actively involved in enhancing Ethical Conduct in balance with Professional Practice in coaching and leadership roles.  http://www.kees-devries.com


Sue McMahon
The challenges Sue has experienced throughout her own life have been a driving force for spending many years in her own state of personal growth.  Studying and working in areas to facilitate her greater understanding of humankind, she emerged with determination, conviction, and a passionate faith in human potential. Sue sees her opportunity to influence the growth and evolution of humanity as a privilege, helping to shift the human consciousness through her work as a coach.

Sue’s coaching has evolved to a greater focus on leadership development of individuals and executives both locally and internationally.  She is also the creator and leader of personal development workshops and retreats, and a sought-after speaker. Sue’s deep sincerity naturally engages her audience as she imparts words of wisdom for living a more abundant, loving, authentic, and joyful life.

Fully committed to her profession as a coach, Sue aligns with the International Coach Federation (ICF) as the global leader in professional coaching organizations.  Actively involved with this growing organization since 2003, she has devoted much time and energy toward the promotion of professional integrity and ethical coaching practices which all ICF coaches pledge to uphold. She served as co-chair of the ICF E&S Committee upon accepting a presidential appointment in 2007.  Her efforts toward ethical conduct of the coaching profession continue with her current role as the Vice-Chair and Complaint Manager of the ICF Independent Review Board (IRB).  Sue was also a founding member and past VP of the Northwest Ohio Chapter of the ICF.

For 34 years, Sue has been a registered nurse and dedicated volunteer, impacting countless lives with hours of service given to local community, national and global efforts for the sake of creating change in the world.  Sue is currently committed to volunteer service with the Lucas County Medical Reserve Corps as a RN.

Born and raised near E. Lansing, Michigan, Sue has made Northwest Ohio her home for the past 32 years, currently residing in Sylvania, Ohio.  Sue’s passion for her work as a coach is second only to her greatest joy, spending time with her husband and three grown children, and without a doubt the family’s two Labrador Retrievers.  Sue’s love of nature draws her to the Rocky Mountains as an avid skier during the winter months, while she finds enjoyment outdoors in the warmer season’s rollerblading and spending time around the Great Lakes.   http://www.livingfromtheheart.info


Susan Braverman
Susan Braverman

I became a coach because it allows me to bring all parts of myself to my work helping people improve their lives. As a social worker and marriage and family therapist, I learned to listen to the deeper messages about what people want for their lives. As an Employee Assistance consultant, I learned where to find the resources people need to make their lives work better. As a specialist in traumatic stress, I learned about the incredible strength, resourcefulness and resilience of people as they face life’s greatest challenges. As a business owner and entrepreneur, I learned about the challenges of running a business.  The work I did in my company brought me into every imaginable kind of organization and I learned to appreciate the differences in organizational culture.

As a wife and mother, I learned the value of humor and perspective in building a family and intimate relationships.  Now, as an executive and personal (life) coach, my great joy is to inspire people to move beyond the barriers that have held them back. I love working with people in transition: people feeling stale in their jobs and looking for the next challenge; women whose children are growing up and who finally have time to focus on themselves; people beginning to raise a family and trying to figure out how to balance career and family; people adjusting to being in a committed partnership and people adjusting to being newly single. For the past 4 or 5 years, much of my work has been with federal executives and executive directors of non-profit organizations, focusing on leadership development.

In addition to my coaching work, it has been particularly gratifying for me to be actively involved with the International Coach Federation, first on the Board and as President of the Metro DC Chapter, and then as a member of the Independent Review Board of the Ethics Committee of the Global ICF. I have done that work now since 2009 and have watched the profession grow and mature from that vantage point. It’s an exciting time for the profession!  http://www.susanbraverman.com/



09/10/14 – Dr. Marc Brackett on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations and Schools & Changing Bullying Behavior; Dr. John C. Norcross on Stages of Change, Obstacles to Change and More

Segment 1 -  Emotional Intelligence in Organizations and Schools and the R.U.L.E.R. Tools, with Dr. Marc Brackett.  Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 2Anti-Bullying! Using the Mood Meter App and other tools in changing bullying behavior and more with Dr. Marc Brackett.  Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 3 - Changeology is the science of changing behavior, and it applies to everything – today with Dr. John C. Norcross on The Coaching Show!

Segment 4 - Stages of Change, Obstacles to Change and more with the author of Changeology, Dr. John C. Norcross.   Today on The Coaching Show!


Marc Brackett, Ph.D Marc Brackett, Ph.D.

Marc Brackett, Ph.D., is Director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, Senior Research Scientist in Psychology, and Faculty Fellow in the Edward Zigler Center in Child Development and Social Policy at Yale University.  Dr. Brackett is an author on over 100 scholarly publications which focus on (1) the role of emotions in learning, decision making, relationship quality, and mental health, (2) the measurement of emotional intelligence, and (3) experiments to demonstrate how emotional intelligence training improves people’s lives.

Dr. Brackett is the developer of RULER—a CASEL SELect social and emotional learning program that has reached nearly 1 million students from kindergarten to high school as well as school leaders, teachers, staff, and families. RULER has been shown to boost academic performance, decrease school problems, enrich classroom climates, and enhance teacher instructional practices. Dr. Brackett is a recipient of numerous awards, including the Joseph E. Zins Award for his research on emotional intelligence, and he serves on a wide-range of advisory boards, including CASEL and Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation.

Dr. Brackett consults with school systems and corporations around the world and his research has been featured in the New York Times and on National Public Radio. Currently, he consults with Facebook on two projects. The first is a large-scale study to prevent and decrease bullying and the second is an online bullying prevention center to help children, families, and schools better manage bullying. He also holds a 5th degree black belt in Hapkido, a Korean martial art.



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Dr. John C. Norcross

John C. Norcross is a professor of psychology at the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania as well as an adjunct professor of psychiatry at the State University of New York Upstate Medical Center. He is a past president of the American Psychological Association’s Division of Clinical Psychology.

Norcross has written more than 300 scholarly papers and as well as 20 books.  His research into the success and failure of New Year’s resolutions has been the subject of many news articles as well as features on such nationally-televised news shows as Today, Good Morning America, Anderson Cooper 360, and CBS News Sunday Morning.



09/03/14- Diane Muldrow – “Everything I Needed to Know I Learned from a Little Golden Book” & Margaret Moore on Coaching and Leadership in the Healthcare Sector

Segment 1 -  “Everything I Needed to Know I Learned From A Little Golden Book,”  Author of Little Golden Books, Diane Muldrow, joins us to talk about her new book and your JOY.   Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 2 -  “We Planted a Tree” Children’s Book Author and Editor Diane Muldrow joins us to discuss her latest NY Times Bestseller “Everything I Needed to Know I Learned from a Little Golden Book.”  Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 3 - Science Based Coaching & Coaching Health and Wellness, with the co-director of the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital, Margaret Moore.  Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 4 -  Coaching and Leadership Healthcare Conference, and “Organize Your Mind, Organize Your Life” with the founder of WellCoaches Corporation – a School of Coaching for health care professionals, today on The Coaching Show!



Diane Muldrow


Diane Muldrow is an editorial director at Golden Books/Random House, and the editor of the famous Little Golden Books. She has worked in publishing for over twenty-five years, editing mass market, licensed, and trade picture books for young children. Diane is also a prolific author of books for kids of all ages, including the middle-grade series Dish (Grosset& Dunlap), and the picture book We Planted A Tree, illustrated by Bob Staake (Random House). Diane edited Golden Legacy: How Golden Books Won Children’s Hearts, Changed Publishing Forever, and Became an American Icon Along the Way, by noted literary historian Leonard Marcus (Random House, 2007). She and Marcus co-curated an exhibition of original Golden Books illustrations, which is currently touring the country. In October 2007, Diane was a keynote speaker at an anniversary celebration of Little Golden Books in Amsterdam. In September 2013, The Huffington Post invited Diane to contribute a blog post on her memories of growing up with Golden Books. It can be read here. Diane was a dancer, actress, and spoken-word performer in New York’s avant-garde scene in the late 1980s/early 1990s. She holds Bachelor’s degrees in Fine Arts (Dance), and in Magazine Journalism, from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. www.dianemuldrow.com/


Margaret Moore

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MARGARET MOORE, MBA, (aka Coach Meg), is the founder and CEO of Wellcoaches Corporation, a “School of Coaching” for health professionals, following 17 years in the biotechnology industry in four countries. A strategic partner of the American College of Sports Medicine, Wellcoaches is a standard-bearer for science-based coaching and professional coaches in healthcare and wellness. Wellcoaches has trained more than 8,000 health professionals as health and wellness coaches in 45 countries.

Margaret is Faculty at Harvard University Extension School, and co-director of the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital, a Harvard Medical School affiliate. She is a course director of the annual Coaching in Leadership & Healthcare Conference offered by Harvard Medical School. Margaret’s collaboration with Edward Phillips, MD, to create a Harvard Medical School CME program to teach physicians basic coaching skills, led to the launch of the Institute of Lifestyle Medicine, now at the Joslin Diabetes Center, of which she is an advisor. Margaret co-leads the National Consortium for Credentialing Health & Wellness Coaches, which is developing national standards and certification for health and wellness coaches. She is co-author of the first coaching textbook in healthcare, the Coaching Psychology Manual. She co-authored the Harvard Health book, Organize Your Mind, Organize Your Life, a neuroscience-based model to help people rise above distraction to create an organized, creative, and productive mind. Margaret was born on a dairy farm northeast of Toronto where she attended a two-room school and learned to drive a tractor. She graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a bachelor’s degree in biology in 1978 and an MBA in 1983. (Boston, MA)   www.coachmeg.com/     www.instituteofcoaching.org



08/27/14 – The Power of Self Coaching with Dr. Joe Luciani; Marketing Tools for YOU from the Abby Heverin Tripp with the ICF

Segment 1 - Self Coaching!?!?!  A surprisingly Powerful Program to deal with Anxiety and Depression, with a provocative title.  Dr. Joe Luciani joins us to defend himself, today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 2 - The Power of Self Coaching – The number ONE thing that anyone can do to improve their life – Dr. Joe Luciani tells us today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 3 - Marketing Tools for YOU from the ICF!  Abby Heverin shares with us about all of the new Marketing Tools that the ICF is making available to support you in building your practice.  Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 4 - Business Development Series , “Feeling Stuck”, Member Toolkit, an online store, and more for YOU from the ICF.  Abby Heverin shares with us Downloadable Marketing Materials from the ICF, today on The Coaching Show!


Dr. Joe LucianiImage of Joseph J. Luciani
He’s training to run his fourth New York City Marathon, he hunts dinosaur bones in Wyoming, and he practices yoga and meditation. Dr. Joe Luciani lives the life he wants…but it wasn’t always this way.
Years of struggle with anxiety and self-doubt led to a career in psychology with the hope of finding relief. And that relief came with the discovery that anxiety and depression, if treated as habits rather than as mental illnesses, can be dealt with simply and directly without endlessly having to dissect the “whys” of the past. As with someone trying to quit smoking, you don’t have to know why you took that first cigarette–you simply have to chip away at the here-and-now habits of today.
Dr. Joe has been a practicing clinical psychologist for more than thirty-five years. He’s the internationally best-selling author of the Self-Coaching series of books, published in nine languages. He’s written articles and been featured in numerous national magazines and newspapers, including O, The Oprah Magazine, Redbook, USA Today, Fitness, Health, Shape, and Body and Soul. He appears frequently on national TV, radio, and the Internet.   www.selfcoaching.net
Dr. Joe’s books:
Self-Coaching: The Powerful Program to Beat Anxiety & Depression
The Power of Self-Coaching: The Five Essential Steps to Creating the Life you Want
Reconnecting: A Self-Coaching Solution to Revive Your Love Life

Abby Heverin TrippAbby Heverin

Abby Tripp Heverin is the Communications Coordinator for the International Coach Federation and the managing editor of Coaching World, ICF’s quarterly digital magazine. Abby oversees ICF Global’s public relations and media relations functions and contributes to the development of tools and marketing collateral that coaches can use to promote the industry and their own practices. You can read the latest issue of Coaching World at icfcoachingworld.com.


08/20/14 Teenagers Aren’t Crazy! Brainstorm: The Power and Purpose of The Teenage Brain – Dr. Dan Siegel; The Value of an ICF Coaching Credential – George Rogers

Segment 1 - Teenagers are NOT insane!  The author of “Brainstorm: The Power and Purpose of the Teenage Brain,” Dr. Dan Siegel joins us today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 2 - Working with your clients in a completely different way!  Dr. Dan Siegel, author of “Brainstorm: The Power and Purpose of The Teenage Brain,” joins us to share the science behind brain change and the implications for education!  Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 3 - Changes in the ICF Coach Credentialing Process – George Rogers, Assistant Executive Director of the International Coach Federation shares some of the recent changes in the Coach Credentialing Processes.  Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 4 - The Value of an ICF Coaching Credential, Accredited Coach Training Organizations and the Ethics of Coaching – with George Rogers, Assistant Executive Director of the International Coach Federation.  Today on The Coaching Show!

Dr. Dan Siegel

Daniel J. Siegel, M.D. is currently clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine and the founding co-director of the Mindful Awareness Research Center. He is also the Executive Director of the Mindsight Institute, which offers online learning and in-person lectures that focus on how the development of mindsight in individuals, families and communities can be enhanced by examining the interface of human relationships and basic biological processes.

Dr. Siegel is an author who has published extensively for the professional audience.  He serves as the Founding Editor for the Norton Professional Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology which contains over three dozen textbooks.  Dr. Siegel’s books include Mindsight, Pocket Guide to Interpersonal Neurobiology, The Developing Mind, Second Edition, The Mindful Therapist, The Mindful Brain, Parenting from the Inside Out (with Mary Hartzell, M.Ed.), The Whole-Brain Child (with Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D.), and The New York Times bestseller Brainstorm. His next book is No-Drama Discipline with Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D. He has been invited to lecture for the King of Thailand, Pope John Paul II, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Google University, and TEDx. For more information, please visit: www.DrDanSiegel.com.


George RogersGeorge Rogers

George Rogers serves as an Assistant Executive Director for the International Coach Federation and since 2007 has provided direction for the operation and enhancement of ICF’s individual credentialing and training program accreditation processes.  Under George’s leadership and with the assistance of staff and ICF Coach volunteers these programs continue to grow in all regions of the world.  At present more than 14,000 individuals hold one of ICF’s three credentials and there are more than 350 ICF approved training providers.
George resides and works in Lexington, Kentucky – the home of the global headquarters of the International Coach Federation.  www.coachfederation.org









08/13/14 Sam Horn – Ink it and Think It; Dr. Robert Biswas-Diener – Positive Psychology Coaching

Segment 1 - “Ink it and Think It,” the most important place to start, a free book and more from Pitch Coach and Strategist, Sam Horn.  Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 2 -  3 Steps to a Great Pitch,  ending “InfObesity,” and why you should NEVER have an “elevator speech.”  Great tips for YOU from Sam Horn.   Today on The Coaching Show, with guest co-host Laura Behre Westman!

Segment 3 - Positive Psychology Coaching – the bridge between coaching and the new psychological approaches, with Dr. Robert Biswas-Diener.   Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 4 - The Upside of the Dark Side, what really makes us happy, a free book and more with the author of “Positive Psychology Coaching”, Dr. Robert Biswas-Diener.  Today on The Coaching Show!



Sam HornSam Horn

Sam Horn is an award winning author, marketing strategist and keynote speaker with a 20-year track record of results with an international clientele including Intel, YPO, Fortune 500 Forum, KPMG, Cisco and NASA.

Author of 6 books from major publishers, including; The Eyebrow Test, POP!, and Tongue Fu! which have been translated into 17 languages and featured in New York Times, Investors Business Daily, Boston Globe, Publishers Weekly, Washington Post and Readers Digest.

Top-rated speaker (along with Jim Collins, Tom Peters, Tim Ferris) at the INC Magazine 500/5000 conference, two-time top-ranked speaker at The International Platform Association, and keynoter for ASAE, American Bankers Association and AMEX-SCORE Small Business Summit.

Marketing and Brand Strategist to more than a half million people world-wide and for such organizations as Boeing, HP, Amgen, Lockheed Martin, the U.S. Navy, Capital One, Genetech, eBay, U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the U.S. Embassy in London.  Pitch/Presentation Coach for Springboard Enterprises (which has helped women entrepreneurs receive $5.5 billion in venture capital) and for USA Today’s Perfect Pitch and British Airways Face2Face competition in NYC and London.

Frequent media resource who has been featured on MSNBC, NPR, BusinessWeek.com, FastCompany.com and on every major TV network including NBC, ABC, CBS and Fox affiliates.   www.intrigueagency.com



Dr. Robert Biswas-Diener

Dr. Robert Biswas-Diener is widely known as the Indiana Jones of Positive Psychology because his research on happiness and other positive topics has taken him to such far flung places as Greenland, Kenya and Israel. He has published more than 50 articles and chapters on topics ranging from pleasure to leadership development.

Originally trained as a clinician Robert discovered a love of coaching in 2006. He is an ICF certified coach and is managing director of Positive Acorn, an ACSTH program that trains coaches to use positive psychology interventions in their work.

He is author of books on coaching including Positive Psychology Coaching and  Practicing Positive Psychology Coaching. His current interests lie in the role of emotions in coaching and his book, The Upside of Your Dark Side: Why being your whole self– not just your “good self”– leads to success and fulfillment is available in September.   www.intentionalhappiness.com




8/6/14 – Dr. David Rock, Best-Selling Author & Founder of Neuroleadership & President of ICF Chicago, Murray Mann 3

Segment 1 - David Rock – Brain Research, Coaching, Rewiring the Brain and more with David Rock.  Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 2 - David Rock – More on Brain Research, Coaching with the Whole Brain, Quiet Signals & more.  Today on The Coaching Show with David Rock!

Segment 3 - Murray Mann – Cultural Intelligence, Unconscious Bias, Cultural Dexterity, and more with Murray Mann.  Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 4 - Murray Mann – Developing a Cultural Bio, Cultural Intelligence Tools, the work of the ICF on Cultural Intelligence, and more with Murray Mann.  Today on The Coaching Show!


Dr. David Rock

Founder and CEO of NeuroLeadership Group

Dr. David Rock coined the term ‘NeuroLeadership’. He is a business best-selling author, thought leader, and Director of the NeuroLeadership Institute, a global initiative bringing neuroscientists and top executives together to build a new science for leadership development. David is also founder and CEO of The NeuroLeadership Group; a global consulting firm with operations in 24 countries, assisting large organizations in operationalizing neuroscience research to develop better leaders and managers.   www.blog.davidrock.net      http://www.neuroleadership.org



Murray Mann, CELDC, CCM, CCMC, CPBS, CSBA Murray A. Mann

Murray A. Mann is Principal of Global Diversity Solutions Group, President of ICF Chicago and a Project Lead for the International Coach Federation Cultural Competency Team.  He is a multiple certified coach, award-winning thought leader on cultural intelligence, diversity & inclusion and human resource management.

GDSG’s groundbreaking work on cultural intelligence in coaching and multicultural career management has assisted hundreds of organizations and thousands of individuals in achieving their goals. Murray trains coaches to build cultural dexterity using the CULTURES™ Coaching Framework.   www.icf-chicago.org  www.globaldiversitysolutions.com



07/30/14 The Hunt: Target, Track and Attain Your Goals – David Farbman; Coaching is Inherently Spiritual – Terry Patten

Segment 1 - “The Hunt: Target, Track and Attain Your Goals” – David Farbman shares how. The first step of achieving any goal is identify the obstacles to your desired outcome…even at home!

Segment 2 - Customer Service, Hunting and Business and more! David Farbman, author of  “The Hunt: Target, Track and Attain Your Goal.”

Segment 3 - “Coaching is inherently spiritual,” and more from Terry Patten, Philosopher, Author and Member of Deepak Chopra’s Evolutionary Leaders’ Group.

Segment 4 - “The Integral Living Room,” coming to Colorado in October, trusting the process of your own life, and more with Terry Patten, author of “Integral Life Practice,” with Ken Wilber.

David Farbman

As a lifelong outdoorsman and hunter, CEO of HealthRise Solutions, founder and chairman of Carbon Media Group and a principal in NAI Farbman, New York Times® best selling author David Farbman has spent his career hunting success in commercial real estate, online media and healthcare.  David’s insightful ability to leverage his connections, relationships and skills has helped him to build and grow three successful companies while developing a motivational platform so others can follow in his wake.

David uses the skills learned through a lifetime of hunting to track down targets in the fields, business and life.  His book, The Hunt: Target, Track and Attain Your Goals, is a field guide for anyone looking to increase the success of their hunt.   David knows there is more than one way or strategy to accomplish goals; the path is as personal as the objective.

Currently sitting on the Executive Board of Young Presidents’ Organization, David has also served as a board member of DMC/Harper Hospital’s Board of Trustees, the Southeast Region Board of the YMCA, the Economic Development Corporation and the Detroit

Regional Chamber.  He was a founding member and past chairman of Beyond Basics, a nonprofit organization devoted to improving literacy rates among public school children.  David has been named one of Crain’s Detroit Business’ 40 Under 40, dbusiness’ 30 in their 30’s, one of Crain’s Most Powerful People and a Champion of the New Economy by Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan and was nominated for Ernst & Young’s 2014 Entrepreneur of the Year.

As a proven business leader with energy and vision, David has the ability to turn breakthrough moments into breakout moments, inspiring groups from Quicken Loans to the Mule Deer Foundation at the 2014 Western Hunting Conference.  There are five key elements to The Hunt: Consciousness, Authenticity, Leverage, Real Time Execution and Flow.  David’s ability to get above and clear, find calm in the fray and see the pivots in his path give him the unique vision to help others on their hunt.

He and his wife, Nadine, have three young boys: Hunter, River and Fischer.  The boys inherited their father’s love of the hunt and are already passionate morel mushroom hunters.  David is a graduate of Michigan State University and currently resides in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.


Terry PattenTerry Patten

Terry Patten is a leading voice in the emerging fields of integral evolutionary leadership and spirituality. In his cutting-edge writings, talks, and teachings, he not only inspires transcendental awakening, love, and freedom, but also calls us to accept and incarnate our full humanity. This expresses itself in a profound sense of purpose, spiritual inspiration, and evolutionary activism.

Terry is a member of Deepak Chopra’s Evolutionary Leaders group, a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Integral Theory and Practice, and serves on the board of the Wellsprings Institute for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom. He holds degrees from the University of Michigan and John F. Kennedy University.

He worked with Ken Wilber as part of a core team at Integral Institute to develop Integral Life Practice, which distills ancient and modern practices into an intelligent contemporary transformational lifestyle. Earlier, for 15 years, he undertook a life of intensive spiritual discipline in the monastic setting of Vision Mound Seminary. Upon leaving he founded the catalog company Tools For Exploration, which defined the field of consciousness technologies. Terry is also a social entrepreneur involved in supporting restorative redwood forestry. As an entrepreneur and consultant he has worked for twenty years to help leaders bring higher consciousness into practical actions that transform complex human systems. He is also a teacher, coach and consultant who travels widely, challenging and connecting leading-edge individuals and organizations worldwide.

Integral Spiritual Practice integrates the insights earned during Terry’s decades of intensive spiritual practice with those from his years as an entrepreneur and grassroots activist. In his current work, he is helping to articulate an authentic spirituality that illuminates the vital relationship between sincere care, discriminative intelligence, personal responsibility, and spiritual awakening.

A coach, consultant, teacher, and author of four books, Terry lives in Marin County near San Francisco, CA. He is the author, with Ken Wilber, of Integral Life Practice: A 21st-Century Blueprint for Physical Health, Emotional Balance, Mental Clarity, and Spiritual Awakening.



7/23/14 – Karen Cappello, PCC with Tips for Building Your Business & Kary Oberbrunner, Author of Day Job To Dream Job

Segment 1 - Karen Cappello – The Clients You Are Seeking, Are Also Seeking You! Tips from a Mentor Coach on How to Build your Practice with Karen Cappello. Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 2 - Karen Cappello – Developing your Coaching Practice – Tips for building your client practice.  Plus should you have a niche? and more with Mentor Coach Karen Cappello.  Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 3 - Kary Oberbrunner –  Stuck in your Career? Day Job to Dream Job, author Kary Oberrunner, shares his Tips and Techniques to have You Free.  Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 4 - Kary Oberbrunner – Career Coaches!  Get these tips and support your clients in living their dreams.  Listen to Kary Oberunner, today on The Coaching Show!

Karen Cappello, PCC

Karen A. Cappello, PCC, CLC is a mentor coach, coach trainer, professional certified coach, and motivational speaker. She mentors new coaches, and supports them in utilizing spiritual principles to develop their coaching practices with ease and joy. She also works with executives and entrepreneurs to promote beneficial business outcomes.

With over 25 years of experience and expertise in business management, financial planning, and higher education, Karen brings a broad-based background to any environment. Her degrees include an M.A. in Education and a B.A. in Communication. Prior to entering the coaching profession, Karen was president of a privately held semi-conductor manufacturing firm, a university educator and administrator, and an estate and financial planner. She has attained her Certified Life Coach designation from Coach For Life,(www.coachforlife.com) as well as a Professional Certified Coach certification from the International Coach Federation (www.coachfederation.org).

Karen also does corporate coaching for a number of different companies. In addition to her own private coaching practice, she served as Chief Learning Officer of International Coach Academy (www.icoachacademy.com). She is also a Master Certified Inspired Learning Facilitator, (www.inspiredlearning.org). She is one of only 6 coaches in the world to hold this prestigious designation. www.karencappello.com/


Kary Oberbrunner

Kary Oberbrunner left his day job to pursue his dream job—Igniting Souls. Through his writing, speaking, and coaching, he helps individuals and organizations clarify who they are, why they are here, and where they should invest their time and energy.

Kary struggled finding his own distinct voice and passion. As a young man, he suffered from severe stuttering, depression, and self-injury. Today a transformed man, Kary invests his time helping others achieve their true potential. He is the founder of Redeem the Day, which serves the business community, and Igniting Souls, which serves the non-profit community.

The author of several books, he earned his doctorate in Transformational Leadership. Kary also serves as a founding partner on the John Maxwell Team. He and his wife Kelly are blessed with 3 amazing children and live in Columbus, OH.



7/16/14 – Cinnie Noble on Conflict Management Coaching & Robert C. Bordone, Professor of Law at Harvard Law School on Negotiation & Mediation Skills

Segment 1 -  Cinnie Noble – Conflict Management to Conflict Intelligence – Creator of The Cinergy Model of Conflict Management Coaching, Cinnie Noble.  Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 2 - Cinnie Noble – The “Not So Merry” Go-Round of Conflict, and other tools for Conflict Management Coaching.  Today with Cinnie Noble on The Coaching Show!

Segment 3 - Prof. Robert C. Bordone – Identity versus Intention – Negotiation from the Zero Sum Opportunity and how to address it, from the head of the Harvard Law School Negotiation and Mediation Program.  Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 4 - Prof. Robert C. Bordone – Open Ended Questions, Changing The Frame and more practical applications of Negotiation and Mediation Skills with the Director of the Harvard Law School program on Negotiation and Mediation.   Today on The Coaching Show!


Cinnie NobleCinnie Noble

Cinnie Noble is the founder of CINERGY® Coaching, a division of Noble Solutions Inc. She is a lawyer, mediator, certified coach, and a former social worker who has studied and practiced a range of conflict management services for over 20 years.

Cinnie has extensive experience as a conflict management practitioner and consultant and as a professional coach, specializing in conflict management coaching. A pioneer in the development of conflict management coaching as a coaching specialty, she created the CINERGY model in 1999.

Cinnie has a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) from the University of Toronto; a Bachelors of Social Work (Honours) from York University; a law degree from the University of Windsor; and a Master of Laws in Alternative Dispute Resolution from Osgoode Hall Law School. She completed courses with Family Mediation Services of Ontario; Harvard Law School; and CDR Associates’ course on Mediating Employee Relations Disputes.  Cinnie is a graduate of Coach U and is certified by the International Coach Federation, as a Professional Certified Coach.

A former board member of the Greater Toronto Area Chapter of the International Coach Federation (ICF), Cinnie currently hosts ICF’s Community of Practice on Conflict Management Coaching.  Cinnie is also a member of the Association for Coaching, International Association of Coaching, International Coach Federation, International Consortium for Coaching in Organizations and Peer Resources Network.

Cinnie is an active member of the Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR) and one of the first people to become a member of its Academy of Advanced Practitioners. She chairs ACR’s Workplace Section Conflict Coaching Committee and is also a member of the ADR Institute of Ontario, Asia-Pacific Mediation Forum, Mediators Beyond Borders, Peacemakers Trust, and World Mediation Forum.

Cinnie is a much sought-after speaker and regularly presents nationally and internationally, on conflict management coaching.  A former instructor at the University of Toronto in its Certificate in Continuing Studies in Dispute Resolution program, Cinnie developed two courses entitled, “Workplace Dispute Resolution” and “Coaching Conflict Management”. She taught Family Mediation at Atkinson College, York University, Alternative Dispute Resolution at the University of Windsor Law School and is a guest lecturer at Osgoode Hall Law School, in their Masters of Law (Alternative Dispute Resolution) program.

Cinnie is the author of “Conflict Management Coaching: The CINERGY™ Model”.  She also co-wrote (with Ed Modell and Diane Brennan) a chapter entitled “Conflict Management” in: Wildflower, L. and Brennan, D. (2011) “The Handbook of Knowledge-Based Coaching” (Jossey-Bass). Cinnie is co-author (with Leslie Dizgun and Paul Emond) of the book “Mediation Advocacy: Effective Client Representation in Mediation Proceedings”, published in 1998. Her book “Family Mediation: A Guide for Lawyers”, was published in 1999.  Previous book publications are: “Handi-Travel: A Resource Book for Disabled and Elderly Travellers” (1985 1st edition, 1987 2nd edition – Canadian Rehabilitation Council for the Disabled); “The Disabled Traveller” (1991 – Canadian Institute of Travel Counsellors), an update of the book entitled “The Handicapped Traveller: A Guidebook for Travel Counsellors” (1982 – Canadian Institute of Travel Counsellors).  Cinnie writes extensively for the online newsletter Mediate.com and other publications. Feel free to visit the ARTICLES LINK of the site, to access many of her articles.   http://www.cinergycoaching.com


 Robert C. Bordone, Thaddeus R. Beal Clinical Professor of Law at Harvard Law School Faculty & Staff - Robert Bordone Preferred Headshot

Most students at Harvard Law School know Professor Bob Bordone as the lead instructor for Harvard Law School’s flagship Spring Negotiation Workshop. In 2007, the graduating class selected Bob as the recipient of the Albert Sacks-Paul Freund Teaching Award, presented annually by the student body to one member of the Law School faculty for their teaching excellence, mentorship of students, and general contributions to the life of the Law School. He was a finalist for the same award in 2012 and 2013, the only faculty member in the history of Harvard Law School to be a finalist for this distinction three times. Bob also teaches, at various times, courses on dispute resolution, leadership, dispute systems design, and multi-party negotiations. He is Founding Director of the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program, which the International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution (CPR) selected to be the recipient of its 2010 Problem Solving in the Law School Curriculum Award. He also serves as a Member of the Executive Committee for the Program on Negotiation and teaches in their Harvard Negotiation Institute and the Senior Executive Education seminars.

As a professional facilitator and conflict resolution consultant, Bob works with individual and corporate clients across a spectrum of industries. He specializes in assisting individuals and groups seeking to manage conflicts in highly sensitive, emotional, or difficult situations. His corporate clients have included Premera Blue Cross, Health Net, Gap, Inc., Fidelity Investments, Nestlé, Coca-Cola, Delta Air Lines, Exelon, and Microsoft. In addition, he has worked on projects with nonprofit, educational, governmental and cultural institutions such as the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Massachusetts General Hospital, Princeton Regional Schools, Dartmouth College, Fort Wayne, Indiana Schools, the U.S. Department of Justice, the United Way, the International Criminal Court at The Hague, DePaul University, and the Vienna School of Economics and Business Administration.

In addition, he has taught negotiation to attorneys at the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, the United States Environmental Protection Agency, the Alaska Department of Natural Resources, the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, the National Association of Realtors, and the international law firms of Weil, Gotshal, & Manges, LLP, Freshfields, Braukhaus, & Deringer, Lowenstein, Sandler, LLP, Crowell & Moring, LLP, Shearman & Sterling, LLP, and Clifford Chance, LLP.

Bob’s research interests include the design and implementation of dispute resolution systems, the development of a problem-solving curriculum in law schools, and ADR ethics. Bob is the co-author of two books: Designing Systems and Processes for Managing Disputes (Aspen, 2013) and The Handbook of Dispute Resolution (Jossey-Bass, 2005). The Handbook of Dispute Resolution was awarded the 2005 Book Award from the National Institute for Advanced Conflict Resolution, awarded to a book published in the United States that shows the best promise of promoting and contributing to the field of conflict resolution. Bob has also authored a number of articles including “Negotiation Teaching in Law Schools,” a working paper published in Negotiation Pedagogy: A Research Survey of Four Disciplines, 11 (2000); “Teaching Interpersonal Skills for Negotiation and for Life” in the Negotiation Journal (October 2000) and “Electronic Online Dispute Resolution: A Systems Approach—Potential, Problems, and a Proposal,” 3 Harv. Neg. L. Rev. 175 (1998). He has written numerous case simulations used in Harvard negotiation courses and at other American law schools, and his writing and commentary have appeared in various print and broadcast media outlets including The Boston Globe, The Washington Post, CNN’s Situation Room, and BBC Radio.

A summa cum laude graduate of Dartmouth College, where he majored in Government, and a cum laude graduate Harvard Law School, Bob clerked for the Honorable George A. O’Toole, Jr. of the United States District Court for Massachusetts. He has also worked at the Washington D.C.-based law firm of Crowell & Moring, the New York-based law firm of Cravath, Swaine, & Moore, the CBS Evening News with Dan Rather, the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary, the U.S. Department of Justice, and the Boston Consulting Group. He is a member of the bars of NY, NJ, and the District of Columbia.

Bob currently serves as the Associate Editor of the Negotiation Journal and as a member of its Editorial Advisory Board. He is also a member of the advisory board of the Harvard Mediation Program and is faculty adviser to the Harvard Mediation Program, the Harvard Negotiation Law Review, Harvard Negotiators, HLS Lambda, and the HLS Catholic Law Students Association. He also serves on the Board of Visitors of the William Jewett Tucker Foundation at Dartmouth College.

As the Director of HNMCP, Bob is responsible for the overall functioning of the clinic, and directly supervises some of the clinical projects.  http://www.law.Harvard.edu\negotiation



7/09/14 – don Miguel Ruiz, Best-Selling Author of The Four Agreements & His Son, don Miguel Ruiz Jr., Author & Toltec Master of Transformation

Segment 1 – don Miguel Ruiz - don Miguel Ruiz discusses His Best-Selling Book, The Four Agreements!  Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 2 – don Miguel Ruiz - It’s Not Personal, Unconditional Love; plus don Miguel Ruiz on The Fifth Agreement & The Agreements for Life.  Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 3 – don Miguel Ruiz, Jr. - Engaging Life plus Mastering Unconditional Self-Love with don Miguel Ruiz, Jr.  Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 4 – don Miguel Ruiz, Jr. - don Miguel Ruiz, Jr. on Unconditional Love, Self-Acceptance, and Humility.  Today on The Coaching Show!


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don Miguel Ruiz was born into a family of healers and raised in rural Mexico by a curandera (healer) mother and nagual (shaman) grandfather. The family anticipated don Miguel would embrace their centuries old legacy of healing and teaching and as a nagual, carry forward the esoteric Toltec knowledge. Instead, distracted by modern life, don Miguel chose to attend medical school and later teach and practice as a surgeon.

don Miguel began teaching in the United States, with his mother, the Curandera, Sarita in 1987. He taught small groups of people in a small room in Logan Heights, CA. Working with Sarita, he first began with healing practices. As his knowledge of English grew, he realized that he preferred to share his lineage through oral tradition, rather than a healing tradition.

don Miguel’s students grew in numbers and his mythologies and guidance grew with them. He appeared in lectures in Santa Fe, NM, Los Angeles, CA, Sacramento, CA, Santa Rosa, CA and in many other locales. He began to share the wisdom that resulted in the creation of The Four Agreements®, when he witnessed his various students struggling to quiet their minds. don Miguel created a specific series of practical tools, that when used by anyone, can result in consistent and long-term personal transformation.

The tools shared by don Miguel are based on common sense and shared with such simplicity, that the universal message underlying his teaching is recognized by many. don Miguel’s message is simple, practical and when implemented, even incrementally, changes lives.

In the tradition of the Toltec, a Nagual guides an individual to personal freedom. Combining new insights with old wisdom, don Miguel has dedicated his life to sharing the ancient Toltec wisdom by translating it into practical concepts that promote transformation through truth and common sense.

In February of 2002, don Miguel survived a near-fatal heart attack. The impact of the heart attack on his physical body prevents him from returning to wide-spread public speaking and lecturing. He intends to complete several, limited appearances, each year.   http://www.miguelruiz.com


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07/02/14 – Best-Selling Author, Kevin Eikenberry on Remarkable Leadership & The World of Coaching with Meryl Mortiz

Segment 1 – Kevin Eikenberry - Remarkable Leadership & Approaches & Perspectives in Leadership with Kevin Eikenberry.  Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 2 – Kevin Eikenberry - Competencies of Remarkable Leaders & Kevin Eikenberry says, Just Start Writing!   Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 3 – Meryl Moritz - Meryl Mortiz & Her Path to Coaching & Leadership Agility.  Today on The Coaching Show!

Segment 4 – Meryl Moritz - The Importance of Replenishment & Coach Training with Meryl Moritz.  Today on The Coaching Show!


Kevin EikenberryImage of Kevin Eikenberry

Kevin Eikenberry is a world renowned leadership expert, a two-time bestselling author, speaker, consultant, trainer, coach, leader, learner, husband and father (not necessarily in that order).

Kevin is the Chief Potential Officer of The Kevin Eikenberry Group, a leadership and learning consulting company that has been helping organizations, teams and individuals reach their potential since 1993. Kevin’s specialties include leadership, teams and teamwork, organizational culture, facilitating change, organizational learning and more.

Kevin’s philosophy in business and in life is that every person and every organization have extraordinary potential. Investments of time, energy, focus and money are required for that potential to be realized. He believes learning is an active, ongoing process, not a passive, one-time event. Learning, work and life should be fun; and, if we are doing it right, work (and learning) is play.

Kevin’s students and clients consistently rave about his effectiveness, many calling him “the best trainer I’ve ever experienced.”  He has worked with Fortune 500 companies, small firms, universities, government agencies, hospitals, and more. His client list includes the American Red Cross, A & W Canada, Chevron Phillips Chemical Company, John Deere, Purdue University, Sears Canada, Shell, Southwest Airlines, the U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Mint, Verizon and many more.

Kevin also is the creator and content developer of The Remarkable Leadership Learning System, a continual leadership development process focused on developing the 13 competencies of remarkable leaders with virtually delivered content to leaders worldwide.

He is the developer of the Leadership Training Camp, the Coaching Training Camp and the co-developer of the Bud to Boss and Ultimate Communicator Workshops – all offered in both public and in-house versions across North America.

He is the bestselling author of Remarkable Leadership: Unleashing Your Leadership Potential One Skill at a Time (Jossey-Bass Publishing 2007), a leadership primer designed to help you learn and master the 13 competencies of remarkable leaders; and Vantagepoints on Learning and Life (Dog Ear Publishing 2006), a collection of his email essays on learning from everyday experiences. His other books include #LeadershipTweet: 140 Bite Sized Ideas to Help You Become the Leader You Were Born to Be (Happy About, 2009), and the co-author of From Bud to Boss: Secrets to a Successful Transition to Remarkable Leadership (Jossey-Bass, 2011)  He is a contributing author to The Handbook of Experiential Learning (2007), Masters of Sales (2007), 101 Great Ways to Improve Your Life (2006) and the best-selling Walking with the Wise (2003). Kevin also has been a contributor to thirteen Training and Development Sourcebooks since 1997.  He has also produced a series of workshop modules based on his Remarkable Leadership book, offered through Pfeiffer and Associates (2010).

Kevin also writes two email-based publications: Unleashing Your Remarkable Potential, a weekly publication read by more than 22,000 worldwide, to assist organizations and individuals in turning their potential into desired results; and Leadership Updates, sent several times each week.  In addition, his Leadership and Learning Blog has been recognized on several occasions as one of the best leadership blogs in the world.

Kevin’s writing has been published in newspapers, magazines, trade journals and websites from around the world.  He is a frequent guest on WNIT’s Business Outlook, and has been a guest on more than 100 radio shows.

As a speaker, Kevin gives keynotes for organizations and non-profits on remarkable leadership, life-long learning, developing human potential, teams and teamwork, creativity and more. He has presented to American Dietetic Association, The National Institute of Health, The American Farm Bureau Federation, the National Speaker’s Association (NSA), the International Society for Performance Improvement, the National Association for Experiential Learning, the American Society for Training and Development, the International Society for Performance Improvement, and many more.

Kevin and his family live in Indianapolis, Indiana. Growing up on a Michigan farm, Kevin says he learned some of his most important leadership lessons working with his father. Kevin earned a B.S. with honors from Purdue University, collects antique John Deere tractors, is an avid reader, and loves his family and his Boilermakers!


Meryl MoritzMeet Meryl Moritz

Meryl Moritz is a Master Certified Coach of senior executives, their teams, and high-potentials who are intent on delivering increasingly greater performance and improving business results.

Since 1994, Meryl has coached in scores of global organizations. She was a partner in the Princeton, NJ firm Leadership Strategies until 2002, when she founded Meryl Moritz Resources LLC to deliver leadership development services, coaching program design, and leadership coaching to major organizations.

Meryl believes that the discipline of coaching enables leaders to become more resourceful, to recognize and be resilient in the face of ongoing change, and to accurately assess and leverage strengths in order to achieve strategic goals. Her philosophy is strongly influenced by the concept of leadership agility as it maps to stages of development of a leader. She is certified in a 360◦ instrument based on leadership agility and uses this extensively to support leaders whom she coaches.

Meryl’s coaching draws on 20 years of corporate consulting, marketing, management and facilitation expertise. Most relevant are her experiences as a senior executive at two international firms (Hill & Knowlton, Inc., global public relations and public affairs, and Louis Harris & Associates, global public opinion and market research experts) and as an entrepreneur (she founded a marketing consulting business in 1986 to serve advertising, public relations and marketing agencies, in addition to global companies like Elsevier, Okidata, Xerox, and AT&T, among others.)

Meryl holds the Masters of Science degree in sociology of organizations from Hunter College, a BA in Literature from Carleton College, and has completed Coach U’s two-year master coach program. Since January 2010, she has served on the Global Board of the International Coach Federation, the largest association for professional coaches worldwide, and is 2013 Vice-Chair.