Opening to Change – Coaching With Compassion
Richard Boyatzis, PhD
RICHARD BOYATZIS, PhD is a distinguished University professor at Case Western Reserve University, as well as a professor in the Departments of Organizational Behavior, Psychology, and Cognitive Science. A Fellow of the American Psychological Association, The Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and the Association for Psychological Sciences, he is an expert in the field of Emotional Intelligence, behavior change, and. ompetence.
Richard Boyatzis is also the author of over 200 papers and nine books, including one that reveals the secret we would all like to know… Helping People Change: Coching with Compassion for Lifelong Learning and Growth, written with Melvin Smith and Ellen van Oosten.
How do we help people change?
We all know people whose lives would be so much better if only they would listen to our advice and change.
We all argue, criticize, and fight with parents, partners, lovesd ones and children who don’t do what we want them to because we believe that we know what’s best for them.
But the truth is regardless of how well-meaning our motivations are, pushing others to change is never going to work.
But there is a secret biological key that will.
In this episode, Richard Boyatzis explains the biological mechanisms that affect our ability to let go of btehaviors, habits, hought patterns, and addictions that don’t serve us, and open us up to new ideas that create genuine, lasting change.
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