On Values and Authenticity – A Conversation With Dr. Joe Oliver

In this episode of OnCoaching, we're thrilled to welcome Dr. Joe Oliver, founder of Contextual Consulting and a leading figure in acceptance and commitment therapy. Our conversation delves into the significance of values, offering a perfect restart after our three-month break.

Life & Existential Coaching – A conversation with Yannick Jacob

In this episode of OnCoaching Zoltán Csigás talks with Yannick Jacob a coach, coach-trainer, speaker, and a professional who integrates positive psychology coaching and an existentialist approach. The conversation covers questions about professional boundaries, client relations, existential approaches, and a lot more.

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.