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How to have difficult conversations and navigate challenging times with World Class Coach Ben Schick

Feb 29, 2024

Today’s episode is with Ben Schick - a seasoned senior executive coach and leadership facilitator with a global reach, catering to CEOs and executive directors, as well as high-profile professionals in the tech industry, including senior product designers, engineers, and marketing directors at companies like Apple and AirBnb. For six years, he was President of the Strozzi Institute, the originator of embodied leadership and somatic coaching, and has a masters in organizational development from Antioch University.

With a wealth of experience as a former senior executive, Ben's leadership journey includes steering impactful organizations such as Challenge Day—an award-winning program endorsed by Oprah Winfrey and highlighted on MTV, credited with significantly reducing bullying and suicide in schools across the U.S. Notably, he also spent a nine-year tenure as the CEO of MediaOne Services.
His approach is based in neuroscience, and blends ontological and somatic methods, providing leaders with transformative practices to expand their leadership capacity.
We talk about the following and so much more:
✅ His approach to coaching and what sets it apart from other coaching methodologies
✅ What actionable change means in the context of your coaching?
✅ How he helps individuals change and show up differently, especially under pressure or in challenging situations
✅ Some success stories or examples of clients who have experienced significant transformations through your coaching?
✅ Some insights into the most common challenges his clients face in these areas

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