INTERVIEW WITH EMILY CHIPMAN – MANAGING THE STORIES OTHERS HAVE ABOUT US
Is it important to address or manage the stories other people have about us? Is it even possible to change the stories others have about us?
Welcome back to Love Your Story interview land. Today I bring to you Emily Chipman, a woman and executive coach that I first met in one of my Story Launchpad workshops. She stood out to me because her additions to the conversations we were having were so insightful and spot on that I knew this woman had some great experience and real talent for coaching people.
Emily is an executive coach with Rusman Consulting, working inside businesses and with business professionals to instigate leader and team behavioral change. Her mission is to make life better for both the leaders and those she works with, and she is truly engaging, uplifting, focused and exceptional at what she does. I’d like to also let you know, that while many can call themselves life coaches, and many do, Emily is actually accredited and trained as a coach. She is accredited by the International Coaching Federation and is one of a select number of coaches in the world certified to use the top behavioral coaching method – the Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coaching, which she does use with businesses all over the country. Stay tuned because we are going to talk about something we haven’t discussed before on the podcast – the idea of how we can manage the stories that others have about us. This is new ground and I’m excited to get into this discussion on how to do this.
Stories are our lives in language. Welcome to the Love Your Story podcast. I’m Lori Lee, and I’m excited for our future together of telling stories, evaluating our own stories, and lifting ourselves and others to greater places because of our control over our stories. This podcast is about empowerment and giving you, the listener, ideas to work with in making your stories work for you. Power serves you best when you know how to use it.
Tune into the podcast for my discussion with Emily.
For more information on Emily and her work you can contact her at:
email@example.com and www.propelscoaching.com