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Shonna Waters and Brodie Riordan recently wrote a book all about coaching called The Coaching Shift, and in it, they explain and describe coaching from an evidence-based perspective. Both Shonna and Brodie are industrial and organizational psychologists, and they teach coaching together at Georgetown University. Shonna is also an executive at BetterUp, where she works to scale human transformation, and Brodie manages her own coaching and consulting practice, Ocular, while executive coaching with The Boda Group. They joined us for a wonderful conversation about The Coaching Shift, in which we talked about what coaching is, how it works, and what it can do for people, leaders, and organizations.

From left: Shonna Waters, Ph.D., and Brodie Riordan, Ph.D.

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Shonna and Brodie’s book, The Coaching Shift

Shonna: LinkedIn, Twitter

Brodie: LinkedIn, Twitter 

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