Episode 75 Continuous Improvement and Couples Coaching, with Dr. Robin Buckley

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If you are a coach, have you ever thought about the family relationships of your clients? If you have a coach, how does your coaching experience engage your family relationships? How might a couple benefit from engaging in coaching together? And how is that different from couple therapy? Dr. Robin Buckley specializes in executive coaching, which includes executive couples. I invited her to tell us about her approach.

Dr. Robin Buckley

Dr. Robin Buckley, CPC, helps high-achieving individuals thrive in their careers and relationships. She is an author, professional speaker, and cognitive-behavioral coach who works with executive women and high-performance couples. The owner of Insights Group Psychological & Coaching Services, Dr. Buckley, has a Ph.D. in clinical psychology. She has published two books, including Voices from the Village: Advice for Girls on the Verge of Adulthood. Dr. Buckley has been featured as an expert on multiple media platforms, including Thrive Global, and was a TEDx speaker in May 2022.

KEY TOPICS IN THIS PODCAST:

0:04:16 The benefits of coaching vs. therapy

0:08:37 The benefits of coaching for women executives

0:10:31 Couple's Coaching: applying business acumen to personal relationships

0:11:55 Couples coaching: a new approach to relationship success

0:16:06 Couples coaching: the importance of strategy and objectivity

0:18:06 The benefits of work-life harmony

0:22:20 Couple's coaching and the importance of a good plan

0:23:43 Conducting assessments with couples

0:25:58 Why couples need a mission statement and KPIs

0:30:52 The power of KPIs in relationships

0:34:31 The benefits of creating harmony between work and home life

0:36:30 Dr. Robin Buckley on code switching, psychological safety, and her new book, Marriage LLC

 

  KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • Coaching can be a great supplement to or partnership with therapy, or it can achieve different goals that are outside of therapy.
  • A proactive, preventative approach helps people learn from their present situation and apply that knowledge to their future goals.
  • The importance of coaching, specifically in helping people establish new, healthy patterns in their lives with a focus on reflection and analysis,
  • Part of what makes coaching so effective is the focus on reflection and analysis.
  • Reflection and analysis allow people to learn from their experiences and establish habits that will stick with them in the future.
  • Code switching is when you act differently in different environments.
  • Creating a mission statement can help keep people united. 
  • Various assessments throughout the coaching relationship can help determine a person's strengths and preferences.
  • Businesses and organizations often have mission statements to keep people unified. 
  • Coaches will sometimes use assessments with their clients, like SWOT analyses or value inventories.

 

 

 

Memorable Quotes From Dr. Robin Buckley 

 

“It's not necessarily the countermeasures; it's the process and the protocols around establishing those measures.”

If you are a coach, have you ever thought about the family relationships of your clients? If you have a coach, how does your coaching experience engage your family relationships? How might a couple benefit from engaging in coaching together? And how is that different from couple therapy? Dr. Robin Buckley specializes in executive coaching -which includes executive couples.  I invited her to tell us about her approach.

Dr. Robin Buckley, CPC, helps high-achieving individuals thrive in their careers and relationships. She is an author, professional speaker, and cognitive-behavioral coach who works with executive women and high-performance couples. Her proprietary coaching model uses a business framework and cognitive-behavioral strategies to support clients in creating and executing concrete, strategic plans for developing their careers and relationships. The owner of Insights Group Psychological & Coaching Services, Dr. Buckley has a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and served as a doctoral professor and dissertation chair for students in business, leadership, education, and healthcare. She has published two books, including Voices From the Village: Advice for girls on the verge of adulthood. Dr. Buckley is a columnist for Entrepreneur.com and has been featured as an expert on multiple media platforms, including Thrive Global, Authority Magazine, Nike, various podcasts, News Radio 96.7, and WGN Radio 720, and was a TEDx speaker in May 2022.

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