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Listen to Audio from Coaching Research Teleseminar
Coaches from all over the world joined us for this Coaching Research Intensive. Find out the answers to the following questions:
- how did each coach choose their niche?
- how did they choose their Research Topic?
- how did their research contribute to who they are today as coaches?
Meet some of the Researchers in this Audio
Donna G. Robbins
MA, MPH, LMT, CPC
Donna is the creator of Less Pain More Life™ and Illumination Healing.™ She teaches women over 40 to reduce persistent pain and helps women identify and make authentic life changes.
Donna came to Coaching from a background of professional practice in a rich array of helping fields–clinical psychology, art therapy, health education, massage, reflexology, shamanic healing, energy healing.
Donna says this about her decision to become a coach: “When I saw the radically different nature of life coaching, I wanted to be a part of it. I understood its potential to lead human life to a whole new level. I am so delighted and honored to now be able to claim my professional identity as a Certified Professional Coach.”
Donna has a strong belief in the ability of the coaching perspective and approach to assist people to re-vision their lives, to set authentic goals, to experience themselves with deep respect, and to allow astounding changes into their lives.
Other characteristics of her coaching are;
• Great affection for the tool of Acknowledgement and the perspective of Opportunity
• Meditations, and working directly with the energy patterns of Beliefs and Situation
• Support for the Vitality and Health of the body
Besides being a graduate of ICA, Donna is a graduate of Alan Seale’s Coaching for Transformational Presence program.
Hunter Rowe, CPC
Hunter Rowe is a professional leadership coach in Houston, TX with areas of specialty including Leadership & Executive Coaching, Commitment-Based Accomplishment, Resolving Interpersonal Conflict, and Applying Christian Principles in Life & Work. He coaches in both profit and nonprofit sectors.
His coaching philosophy is based on the importance of authentic relationship as the foundation for any accomplishment. This emphasis on relationship permeates his interpersonal dealings with clients as well as his coaching methodologies.
Hunter developed his leadership-informed coaching expertise during a distinguished career as a senior leader in global energy exploration, production and associated activities. He has nurtured highly successful organizations in engineering, operations, strategic planning, acquisitions, information technology, human resources, learning & development and more.
Hunter has three decades of experience helping others identify new possibilities and create and execute plans to make them become reality. He has coached adults from all backgrounds, disciplines, age groups and organizational levels. His passion is achieving meaningful change for his clients, and he describes himself as trustworthy, compassionate and honest.
Hunter has professional training in coaching methodologies from the International Coach Academy, JMJ Associates (Austin, TX), and InsideOut Development LLC.
He further describes his coaching practice at www.HunterRowe.com