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The Helping Conversation

  • Steve Lysenko
 -Culturally Responsive Education Framework: Recognizing Multiple Expressions of Diversity as assets for Teaching and Learning

    6 SEP. 2022 · “I have all this privilege, its time for me to spend out” Steve Lysenko is the current Region 1 Director of the NAME (The National Association for Multicultural Education), a 100% volunteer organization that promotes equity in education. As a public-school educator with more than 20 years of experience as a teacher, enrichment specialist, and educational leader, Steve is now an Ed.D. candidate in the Executive Leadership at St. John Fisher University’s Department of Executive Leadership. His area of research is in Culturally Responsive Leadership and the Implementation of the NYSED Culturally Responsive-Sustaining (CR-S) Education Framework in predominantly white suburban secondary schools. Steve is slated to defend his dissertation in August of 2023 and recently launched his educational consulting business, Excellence in Educational Equity (3E) Consulting. In this episode of The Helping Conversation Podcast, Steve shares his work in challenging the educational status quo that, in many districts, continues to teach a “whitewashed” version of history while not celebrating multiple expressions of diversity (race, social class, gender, language, sexual orientation, nationality, religion, ability) as an asset in teaching and learning. Steve discusses practices that continue to this day that support structural racism and do immense harm to families and their children. We discuss the principles behind the Culturally Responsive-Sustaining Education Framework and strategies to implement this far-reaching view of learning and human development in which multiple expressions of diversity are recognized and celebrated. For more information on Steve Lysenko: http://www.stevenlysenko.com/

    Escuchado 1h 7m 30s
  • Rosemary Clark:
 Language of Listening® Coach: 
Helping Moms See Everything That is Right with Themselves and Their Children

    22 AGO. 2022 · “Everything children do or say is communication” After burning out at work, in therapy, Rose learned that she had had a highly abusive childhood. Her need to push herself SO HARD was rooted in trying to earn something that seemed out of reach her whole life - feeling her parents' love. 
When Rose became a mom, it magnified her insecurities, and started triggering UNSHED TEARS and UNEXPRESSED ANGER. She felt she had 2 CHOICES… Fall into the abyss of repeating what her parents did, or learn completely new ways of relating.

Rose will forever be grateful that she stumbled upon Language of Listening® A parenting model that not only allowed her to become the mom she always wanted to be, but also allowed her to re-parent herself. 
In this episode of The Helping Conversation, Rose, now an Authorized Language of Listening® Coach, discusses her specialized work in helping moms who had difficult childhoods get to a place where they LOVE the way they parent. For more on Rosemary Clark: https://www.afteraces.com/love-the-way-you-parent https://www.instagram.com/love.the.way.you.parent/
    Escuchado 1h 3m 45s
  • Amy Hager: 
Marketing and Messaging: 
Helping Coaches and Consultants grow a joyful and profitable business they love.

    15 AGO. 2022 · “If it ain’t joyful, we ain’t doing that shit!” Amy Hager, a true marketer and community builder at heart, uses her years of experience and expertise to help coaches and consultants around the world build businesses they love at the Joyful Business Revolution. Amy’s yoga instructor says she has lived 12 lives already because she has so many experiences. She has raced cars, been a radio DJ, built sales and marketing teams (one was for a standardized construction contracts coalition), worked at a group home to support adults with mental illness, led a B&B association, started a youth group, been a military spouse - just to name a few. Her experiences help her relate and apply strategies across many different industries by utilizing her background in marketing, communications, engagement, community development, and organizational growth. In this episode of The Helping Conversation, Amy discusses her how she utilizes an array of tools and methodologies including The Content Personality™ Quiz to assist her clients in identifying the most powerful and joyful way in which they can deliver their message to the marketplace. Amy’s clients ponder questions such as “is it interesting or is it joyful?” and “how do I create a soul driven business?" as they create a marketing and messaging plan that is authentic, impactful and...joyful!!! For more on Amy:
    Escuchado 1h 1m 28s
  • Christine Horstman: Coaching individuals to maximize their Emotional Intelligence and Resilience

    8 AGO. 2022 · “Practicing the Platinum Rule – do unto others as they would like to be done unto” Christine Horstman is the owner of Paper Doll Communication. Christine is a Certified Professional Coach with a niche in career coaching. She is also an Accredited DISC Trainer and a Professional Development Instructor. Christine’s specialty is emotional intelligence and communication skills. Her real knack is helping people figure out and phrase what they need to say. She helps her clients articulate their worth and what they want. Christine is a chronic illness warrior who has added long-haul COVID to her resume. Writing has always helped her cope and she believes in the power of putting our thoughts and goals on paper. Her book, Deal with It, Doll! Coaching Yourself Through Crisis was published in January of this year. Inspired by the pandemic and the lessons learned from her health journey, Deal with It, Doll! is a timely resource to help you grow through change and deal with life’s many curveballs with resilience, confidence, and hope. In this episode of The Helping Conversation, Christine discusses her profoundly positive and upbeat brand of coaching that supports her clients in utilizing our most updated understanding of Emotional Intelligence (EQ) while accessing their innate resilience factors. Christine honors many of the hallmarks of high-level coaching including being strength based, practicing deep and authentic listening, modeling radical acceptance and always asking powerful questions. For more on Christine: https://paperdollcommunication.com/ https://www.facebook.com/paperdollcommunication/ https://www.instagram.com/chris.horstman/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/christine-horstman-a2203278/ Book Links: http://dealwithitdoll.com/ Deal With it Doll!: Coaching Yourself Through Crisis: Horstman, Christine O'Brien: 9781955090223: Books - Amazon https://bookshop.org/books/deal-with-it-doll-coaching-yourself-through-crisis/9781955090223  (this is the site that supports local bookstore)
    Escuchado 1h 1m 52s
  • Geoff Seow: 
MindAxis Life Coaching: Helping Millennials Create Vision and Purpose

    28 JUL. 2022 · “Holding yourself accountable means there is nothing that you can’t do” Geoff Seow is the Founder of MindAxis Life Coaching, where he helps unfulfilled Millennials create an inspired vision for their future through overcoming self-doubt with his MindAxis Method™. Geoff is also an accomplished Academic with a background in Human Biological Science, Neuroscience and Biotechnology. His mission is to guide his clients to reach their highest potential, through which they can create a life of purpose and fulfillment.  In this episode of The Helping Conversation, we dive into Geoff’s influential and impactful coaching with the Millennial population, a population that presently makes up the largest segment of the workforce. Utilizing many of the foundational coaching skills such as active listening, viewing his clients as their own best resource, providing thoughtful and structured accountability and a powerful focus on habits, Geoff supports his clients in the creation of greater focus and discipline…the end result…more meaningful and fulfilling lives. For more on Geoff: https://linktr.ee/mindaxislifecoaching

    Escuchado 59m 17s
  • Monica Levi:
 Executive Leadership Coach: Addressing Imposter Syndrome

    25 JUL. 2022 · “An expectation is a resentment in the making especially when it is not expressed” Monica Levi is an executive leadership coach. She works with lawyers and startup leaders to help them get their leadership skills to the next level. She started her career as a corporate attorney, and subsequently transitioned into HR leadership with 20+ years of experience working for large international organizations, including Google, Skadden, Arps, and others, until she started her own leadership coaching practice 5 years ago. Monica holds a JD from Northwestern University and an MBA from Oxford University. In this episode of The Helping Conversation, Monica shares the skills and strategies that she employees in her work with organizational leaders. From “holding space” to a laser focus on each individual’s “zone of genius” to normalizing the experience of feeling like an imposter, Monica challenges and supports her clients as the come to incorporate a richer and strength based perspective on self. For more on Monica:
LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/monicamlevy/
Instagram - monicamlevi

    Escuchado 1h 2m 19s
  • Paul Levitin: Lifestyle Design Coaching: Potential, Passion and Visio

    14 JUL. 2022 · Paul possesses a decade of experience and expertise in the fitness and nutrition space. Paul is super passionate about the mental side of health and wellness, mindset, motivation, personal growth. He is a licensed (NBHWC) health and wellness coach, recognized by the National Board of Health and Wellness Coaching, certified personal trainer, behavior change specialist and a lifestyle design coach. As a writer, coach, podcaster, and public speaker, he helps millennials stagnant in their career and life quit quitting on themselves, so that they can unlock unlimited self-confidence, passion, and have “total life alignment”. Paul’s podcast and brand is called “The Healthy Happy Human,” and he states that I love to talk about all thing’s wellness. In this episode of The Helping Conversation Paul describes his style of coaching that focuses on supporting his clients at getting at the root of where they are most challenged at creating and sustain meaningful change in their lives. Utilizing Motivation Interviewing and working within a strength-based framework that incorporates the Stages of Change Model, Paul clients develop increased awareness and enhance ability to move their lives forward. 
For more on Paul: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/paullevitin/
Podcasthttps://www.podpage.com/the-healthy-happy-human-podcast/ Linkedin:https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-levitin-a7b56018b/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pwallball/
    Escuchado 1h 5m 42s
  • Ron Reich - 
Leadership Coaching: Management Vs. Leadership: What is the difference?

    7 JUL. 2022 · “It’s not how smart you are, it’s how are you smart” Ron has twenty-eight years of training and development experience. His background is broad based, having worked for some major organizations such as Toshiba, The Chubb Corporation and Organon Pharmaceuticals. Ron started his own consulting firm in 2006 with the majority of his work focusing on leadership and management development, corporate training, organizational development as well as coaching at all levels through client companies. Ron is a well-respected and sought-after faculty member of the American Management Association. In this episode of The Helping Conversation, Ron highlights the crucial differences between being a manager vs being a leader. Expanding on concepts such as empathy, vision, psychological safety and “doing things right vs. doing the right thing,” Ron shares how he guides his clients and their organizations toward a leadership model that celebrates inclusiveness, trust and relationship. For more on Ron: 
LinkedIn:Ron Reich 
Instagram: leadership_rlb 
    Escuchado 1h 3m 34s
  • Mary Ann Marriott - Your Spiritual Hostess:
Coaching in the Spiritual Realm

    30 JUN. 2022 · Episode 406 “My work is a playground to express my purpose” Mary Ann Marriott is passionate about helping others awaken to the brilliance of who they are and all that they have to offer themselves and the world.  She has been a diligent student of the Universe for over a decade and has shared her knowledge, expertise and passion with others through interviews, public speaking, writing and healing sessions. In this episode of The Helping Conversation, Mary Ann highlights many of the concepts behind her deeply intimate, intuitive and unique style of helping including holding space, self-disclosure, curiosity and possibility thinking. Mary Ann introduces us to a new definition of “intimacy, the concept of “truth vibes,” as well as the difference between a “new soul” vs. and an “old soul.” Mary Ann’s authentic presence guides and supports her clients in peeling away layers of limiting self-belief, thus giving themselves permission to “let their light shine brightly.” For more information on Mary Ann Marriott:
www.maryannmarriott.com To access a gift of a Free Guided Meditation from Mary Ann:

    Escuchado 1h 2m 38s
  • Melissa Greer: Award Winning Licensed Realtor/Broker: Home, Heart and Relationship

    23 JUN. 2022 · Episode 405 “Our homes represent everything that is important to us” Melissa Greer is a nationally recognized licensed Realtor/Broker who has provided Greensboro, North Carolina and the surrounding areas with award-winning service for over 30 years. Melissa was recently recognized as #1 out of 50,000+ Sales Associates in the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices International Network for Closed Transactions in 2021, in addition to placing within the top 10 in the nation for closed transactions 2017-2020.   In this episode of The Helping Conversation, Melissa discusses how she has focused her entire career on providing heart-based guidance and dedicated service to all of her clients, always keeping in mind the meaning of home and community, and the importance of investing in both. Describing herself as authentic, optimistic and person who wants to make the world a better place, Melissa shares how her work is guided by honesty and transparency, seeing all clients (and colleagues) as their own best resource, and a profound belief that “if there are people involved, its always personal.” Melissa shares that to her, “there is nothing better than walking into a house that a person loves.” For more information on Melissa: https://melissagreer.com/
    Escuchado 1h 3m 52s

Welcome to The Helping Conversation: An exploration and celebration of the practice, art and science of facilitating trusting, safe, inclusive and effective helping conversations with others. Defined as any conversation...

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Welcome to The Helping Conversation: An exploration and celebration of the practice, art and science of facilitating trusting, safe, inclusive and effective helping conversations with others. Defined as any conversation that focuses on supporting a person in the moment, and/or, supporting the overall growth and development of a person, group or organization, The Helping Conversation is at the core of that sacred partnership between two people when one has been asked to help the other. Hosted by Keith Greer, L.C.S.W., P.C.C., P.R.C.
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