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What is the Future of Coaching?

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Patricia Hirsch interviews Julio Olalla, MCC. Julio Olalla, author of From Knowledge to Wisdom: Essays on the Crisis in Contemporary Learning, and the founder and president of Newfield Network. For over 10 yrs coaching has been the #1 growing profession. Thousands of people call themselves coaches from many backgrounds, trainings & niches. Some have credentials, many do not. What IS the future of coaching? How do we maintain integrity in the profession? Julio Olalla began his studies more than 30 yrs ago, when he saw traditional education was not addressing concerns at the core of people’s needs. He dissected the emotional domain as an area of study & found his work affected students in ways he had not witnessed through traditional education. Looking back, Julio speaks of the relevance of coaching TODAY & what trends he sees with his global students & clients. He believes this area of emotional transformation is more relevant NOW than ever before. With the world moving faster speed than ever before more & more people are in search of that something that will complete them. Thru emotional study they begin to understand they are not broken & their problems are not just theirs.

Julio Olalla is a recognized leader in the field of personal transformation. Considered by many to be the founder of coaching, he has trained over 50,000 executive coaches worldwide and worked with CEOs and heads of government around the world. A sought-after keynote speaker, he is a member of the Coaching Hall of Fame, author of From Knowledge to Wisdom: Essays on the Crisis in Contemporary Learning, and the founder and president of Newfield Network.

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