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Author name: Dr Tünde Erdös

Dr. Erdös is the mastermind behind Integrative Presence. Her Harvard-Grant-based research sets a benchmark in the field. She is an author and sought-after speaker on leadership and coaching.

New Podcast: Presence Beyond The Obvious

https://youtu.be/lIiir_lPxzw Our Vision: We want to re-imagine business and organizational management. We want to re-shape coaching and leadership development in an extraordinary moment in time. We want to encourage coaches and leaders to break free from the relentless cycle of ‘higher-bigger-faster’ coaching and leadership. It’s time to break free from the limitations of traditional coaching […]

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Embracing Not Knowing: How Integrative Presence Turns Uncertainty into Innovation

Today, while we strive to make our world more certain and work faster with digitalization and one-size-fits-all approaches, it’s becoming more volatile and unpredictablethan ever. As we pursue rapid technological shifts, drive economic turbulence, feed geopolitical tensions, and enable public health crises and climate change, the global state of uncertainty seems to be never-ending. With

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“Online Presence Skills and In-Person Presence Skills: What Do We Start Noticing?” – ICF EMEA Conference on 7th of March 2024

Digital coaching platforms mushroom. As they do, or as we simply choose to work more online than in person with clients, we embrace the opportunity to get easy access to clients from all over the world. As we welcome this opportunity, do we also embrace potential differences when it comes to our coaching presence? Do

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NAVIGATING CHANGE: CREATING ADAPTIVE COMMUNITIES Conference, ICF Charter Chapter Romania, 6 – 7 March 2024

This conference is organized by ICF Charter Chapter Romania – recipient of the ICF Chapter Recognition Award 2022 by ICF Global with an immense success record in terms of attendance, commitment and engagement levels in the EMEA region. Why attend? Learn how to prepare and what can support adaptating to change What facilitates the creation

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Leading and Empowering Teams in Hybrid Work Environment

Blurring Boundaries: Leading and Empowering Teams in a Hybrid Work Environment

While the majority of the business workforce was forced to make an unexpected shift to remote working in 2020, there is a new working model that is rapidly gaining traction. As we slowly move into a post-pandemic world, hybrid remote working has emerged as a popular choice, as employees do want to experience some time

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leadership development program

Coach, Can You Really Think Outside the Box? … and Still Be in Your Comfort Zone?

Some of the most frequently asked questions I get after delivering a coaching demo is: ‘Can I really ask my client THAT question?’ ‘Can I really give THAT feedback?’ ‘Can I really laugh like THAT?’. Well, my answer tends to be “Yes, if you’re present to think outside the box and still feel in your

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Experiential learning for leaders and coaches

Coaching Presence – We Can Feel it – Clients Certainly Notice it – How Can We Possibly Measure it?

Presence is a powerful skill that can make or break a coaching relationship. So, how are you as a coach? Are you fully flexible in how you respond to your clients? What if your body signals how you are in the moment as the source of hidden wisdom? After all, it is not just a

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