Fri, 26 February 2016
Jean-François Noubel participated in the launching of the Internet in France. Then he decided to devote himself to the new research field of collective intelligence that allows one to understand both individual and civilizational changes. Rather than remaining purely academic, he became his experimental lab. What consciousness will flow through us tomorrow? How will we think? How will we free ourselves from today's individual and collective limitations? Jean-François' research lead him to foresee new forms of language, new social organisms, new cultures and disruptive technologies that will lead to post-monetary societies. He also analyses the assumptions behind our collective intelligence.
Excellent Executive Coaching podcasts are devoted to coaching within different professions. Each EEC episode will provide you with case studies and examples of various business coaching challenges. You will receive tips, strategies and resources for leadership coaching and personal development to bring your coaching one step closer to excelling.
Excellent Executive Coaching’s host is Katrina Burrus, Ph.D., and the First Master Certified Coach from the International Coaching Federation in Switzerland. She has served as an adjunct professor at several universities, speaks around the world on the leadership coaching and has been working as an executive coach for global leaders since 1994.
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Direct download: EEC59-Collective_Intellegence_at_the_ICF_Conference.mp3
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Thu, 18 February 2016
Mary Loverde is an author, coach, and speaker. She has written a book called, "The Invitation: When You Are Ready to Take Your Next Step." Your Dr. host Katrina Burrus, MCC asks the most charming and accomplished Mary the following questions:
How did you get passionate about helping others take their next step?
Who is Mary Loverde
International Work-Life Balance Expert: Mary LoVerde, MS, ANP
She has been an employee, an employer, and an entrepreneur, making her realistic about the challenges of long hours, family commitments, crazy travel, and the desire to have a life that includes sleep.
Direct download: EEC57_When_Are_You_Ready_to_Take_Your_Next_Step.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:01am PDT
Wed, 10 February 2016
Mark demonstrates how coaches can best use LinkedIn to develop their business’s. His passion for his niche subject shines through enthusiastically.
LinkedIn is useful both as a recruiting and business development platform for coaches. How to use Linkedin for business development?
What are the biggest mistakes you see HR professionals, managers and coaches making on LinkedIn?
LinkedIn keeps changing. How do you keep up to date with it?
What are your 5 top tips for a good use of LinkedIn?
Who is Mark Williams
Mark Williams (commonly known as ‘Mr LinkedIn) is widely regarded as one of the world’s top LinkedIn experts.
Following a career spanning 20 years in the recruitment industry, Mark set up ETN LinkedIn training in 2008. Since then he has trained thousands of LinkedIn users from a diverse range of industries and roles.
He is also an accomplished keynote speaker, blogger and award-winning podcaster with his successful shows ‘LinkedInformed’ and ‘www,WinBusinessIn.com’.
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MKB Conseil & Coaching, who sponsored this podcast, helps you get from where you are to where you want to be with customised leadership and coaching development programs. MKB Conseil & Coaching offers leadership development programs to generate action, learning and change that is aligned with your authentic self and values. Transform your dreams into reality and invest in yourself with coaching programs to reach your goals.
Direct download: How_Coaches_Can_Best_Use_Linkedin_to_Develop_Their_Business.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:19am PDT
Fri, 5 February 2016