Whether you are new to coaching or a seasoned coach, explaining ontological learning and ontological coaching can get you brain-tied.
In this special audio blog, Veronica Olalla Love, Newfield Network’s CEO, explains what’s behind the word “ontology” and why body, emotion, and language are so crucial to this type of learning.
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In the full interview, Veronica gives a taste of all the realms ontological learning can reveal:
- The idea of ‘other’ and observing how our definition is not as air-tight as we think.
- How it is possible to coordinate a future together even when we have very different perspectives.
- Why personal transformation is so deeply entwined with becoming a coach.
- How to fully experience this wild crazy ride called life that we are on.
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About the Author:
Veronica Olalla Love, M. Ac., NCC, PCC is the Global CEO for the Newfield Network. She is also an international facilitator for the Newfield Network Programs and is the lineage holder for the Newfield Network’s ontological coaching tradition. In her unique and passionate style, Love invites us to remember the depth of potential we have as evolutionary beings.
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