Integrated Coaching, part two

Podcast with David Rock, founder of the brain-based approach to coaching

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Welcome to Part Two of our special Leadership Channel podcast on Total Picture Radio recorded at the SHRM 2009 Conference with David Rock, founder and CEO of Results Coaching Systems (RCS), which has operations in 14 countries across the globe. In his capacity as CEO, David works with Fortune 500 clients specializing in embedding internal coaching capacity within organizations to develop leaders, retain talent, improve performance, and change culture.

In late 2006, David founded the NeuroLeadership Institute and Summit, a global initiative bringing neuroscientists and leadership experts together to build a new science of leadership development. In today's podcast, David gives us a preview of the 2009 NeuroLeadership Summit, to be held in Los Angeles this October. Confirmed speakers include: Warren Bennis, Werner Erhard, and Daniel Siegel.

David Rock is one of the thought leaders in the global coaching profession. The integrated coaching system he developed in the mid-90's has been taught to over 6,000 professionals in more than fifteen countries. He is the author of 'Personal Best', (Simon & Schuster, 2001), 'Quiet Leadership' (Harper Collins, 2006) and 'Coaching with the Brain in Mind' (Wiley & Sons, 2009), and currently completing his latest book titled 'Your Brain at Work', which is due for release in October 2009.

David Rock's podcast from SHRM is sponsored by Careers at Deloitte. Who's behind some of the world's biggest companies? Maybe you.

David Rock - Integrated Coaching, Part One.

In 2004, David founded the brain-based approach to coaching, which has gathered momentum as a theory base for coaching ever since. In collaboration with several leading neuroscientists, David is working to explain the neural basis of issues like self-awareness, reflection, insight and accountability.

In 2006 he co-authored a feature article in strategy+business magazine with neuroscientist Dr Jeffrey Schwartz, called 'The Neuroscience of Leadership', the most downloaded article of the year at the magazine. In September 2006 CIO magazine ran a cover story featuring David and Jeff's work called 'The new science of change'.

In late 2006, David founded the NeuroLeadership Institute and Summit, a global initiative bringing neuroscientists and leadership experts together to build a new science of leadership development.

David also co-created a complete coaching curriculum at New York University (SCPS) and is a guest lecturer at universities in 5 countries.

Description of David Rock's presentiation from the SHRM brochure: Neuroleadership: The New Science of Change Workplace Application: This session shares six insights about the brain that can be directly applied to enhance workplace learning and performance effectiveness. The latest research from neuroscience provides insight into some of today's biggest workplace performance challenges. This highly entertaining and practical session lays out the framework for a new way of thinking about training and development, leadership and change. You will learn new coaching approaches to improve both employee engagement and development, and your own effectiveness. Presenter: David Rock, CEO, Results Coaching Systems, Tamarama, Australia.

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