Generational Differences - A Conversation with David Ringwood
In this episode of OnPodcast Zoltán Csigás talks with David Ringwood, who leads Touchstone Executive Assessment, the former VP of Client Development at MRG and faculty member of IMD. David brings a wealth of knowledge about assessments, leadership trends, and research into the coaching world. In this episode, they talk about the topic of generational differences: what data supports their existence, what trends are emerging and what does this all mean to the practitioners.
Coaching, Feedback, & Relationships - With Dr Lise Lewis
In this episode of On Coaching, Zoltán Csigás talks with Lise Lewis who is an international executive coach, team coach, coach trainer, author, and researcher. She is a past president of EMCC Global and is currently a special ambassador of the organization. The episodes explore Lise’s professional journey and her insights into the world of coaching and mentoring in general. Zoltán and Lise talk about Relational Feedback and Lise’s model The Relational Leadership WAY is based on her doctoral-level research on the topic
Real-Time Leadership - A conversation with Carol Kauffman Ph.D.
In this episode of OnCoaching, Zoltán Csigás talks with Carol Kauffman
Ph.D. who is an international leader in the field of coaching, an assistant
professor at Harvard Medical School, a visiting professor at Henley Business
School, and a senior leadership adviser at Egon Zehnder. The episode covers
Carol’s story on how she contributed to the development of the coaching
profession through her various projects, and a deep dive into the contents of
her recently released book: “Real-Time Leadership”.
Handling conflicts, drama, and challenging conversations through compassion - Nate Regier
In this episode of OnCoaching, Zoltán Csigás talks with Nate Regier PhD
who is the founder of Next Element, Certifying Master Trainer of PCM® , keynote
speaker and author. Dr Regier is a
a highly experienced coach and trainer who has been developing practical
tools that support the management of drama, conflicts and the handling of
challenging conversations. Nate and Zoltán cover a number of topics including
the founding of Next Element, the development of new tools and the core ideas
of Nate’s new book: Compassionate Accountability.
Engineering mindset behind Emotional Assertiveness – a conversation with John Parr
In this episode of OnCoaching, Zoltán Csigás talks with John Parr who is
the founder of the Emotional Assertiveness Model, Certifying Master Trainer of
PCM®, a highly experienced coach and trainer with a rich background. John and
Zoltán talk about how to join thoughts and emotions in a supportive process,
how John utilizes his extensive knowledge-base when dealing with client cases,
and so much more!
Kierkegaard and Coaching - A conversation With Reinhard Stelter
In this episode of OnCoaching, Zoltán Csigás talks with Prof Reinhard
Stelter from the University of Copenhagen, head of the Coaching Psychology
Unit at the Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports. He has a practice
as coach, mentor and a supervisor and is an accredited coaching psychologist
(associate fellow at ISCP). He has also been a visiting professor at Copenhagen
Business School since 2009. In the conversation they cover topics of identity
in coaching, evolution of the generations of coaching and the future of the
profession as well.
A Conversation on Mental Toughness With Doug Strycharczyk
In this episode of OnCoaching Zoltán talks with Doug Strycharczyk CEO of AQR International. He is a leading authority on the Mental Toughness concept. This framework describes a meta-cognitive personality concept which describes how people think when something challenging occurs or when they anticipate its occurrence. This episode gives an insight into the concept through the story of Doug. He shares the core of the concept, ideas around application, and some fascinating research results too.
Michel Moral: System's thinking and supervision
In this episode, my guest is Dr. Michel Moral, an executive-turned-clinical psychologist – turned coach, who had a great impact on the development of the field of supervision in coaching. Michel has been active in the field of coaching for long years now, published extensively (this includes more than 10 books for example), and has shared his knowledge actively. In this conversation we reflect on his past, his perspective on the development of supervision and the whole coaching field, and of course some of his research activities.
Bob Garvey: There is no profession without research.
Professor Robert – Bob – Garvey PhD, FHEA, FRSA, is one of Europe's leading academic practitioners of coaching and mentoring and an experienced coach/mentor. A prolific writer with a number of books under his belt, one of the original founders of EMCC, the European Mentoring and Coaching Council and an exceptional researcher. He was the MBA director at Durham University, Director of the Coaching and Mentoring Research Unit at Sheffield Hallam University. He is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and of the Royal Society of Arts… and even more.
In this episode we cover a wide range of topics, including ideas around the dimensions of contracts in coaching, the concept of the “skilled coachee” to start with. Further key points are the “truth positions in research” and the discourses regarding the coaching profession that provide a rich opportunity of reflection for practitioners and researchers alike.
Joel DiGirolamo: The future of coaching, AI coaching, and overcoming the human biology.
Joel DiGirolamo is the Vice President of
Research and Data Science for the International Coaching Federation (ICF), a
professional organization of over 50,000 coaches in 156 countries. Joel leads a
research team whose goals are to advance the understanding of how coaching
works and to understand how coaching is evolving and enhancing society. Robust
research is the foundation of tools that can be used to build high performing
organizations. Joel is passionate about developing innovative and robust
research that will provide this foundation for continued exploration.
He has more than 30 years of staff and
management experience in Fortune 500 companies and is the author of two books, Leading Team Alpha and Yoga in No Time at All. Joel holds a
master’s degree in industrial and organizational psychology from Kansas State
University, an MBA from Xavier University, and a bachelor’s degree in
electrical engineering from Purdue University. He is a member of the Society
for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP), the Society of Consulting
Psychology (SCP), the American Psychological Association (APA) and the Society
for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Joel is an Associate Editor for
Consulting Psychology Journal and the author of numerous academic papers and
In this session we cover a number of topics in
a free flowing conversation. We talk about the differences and similarities of
therapy and coaching, coaching skills and their effects of their use,
measurement methods and unexpected results in the research work and AI in
coaching as well.