Amy Ruppert Finds A Balance Between Your Morals and Your Business’s Survival
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In This Episode
- Greg reflects on his time meeting Amy during the beginnings of Hemmings House.
- Amy lets us in on her experience and history in the coaching industry and leads us up to a coaching session where she finally decided, “I can’t do this anymore.”
- Amy explains why she couldn’t let companies use her services to help executives cope in toxic situations and what needs to be done instead.
- She explains that you cannot change what others do and think, but you can choose how to respond to situations.
- Amy explains how talking about “the elephant in the room” is similar to when talk shows started bringing on parents who admitted that occasionally they wish they could just throttle there kids.
- Amy discusses how the psychological concept of fight or flight works when you feel your career is threatened and what the results can be.
Master Certified Coach with the International Coach Federation and Co-Founder of The Integreship Group
- Amy Rupert is one of the world’s most renowned business coaches.
- She started at a time when most people thought coaches were just for athletes, but in her career she has helped the profession grow by doing such things as help set up the International Coach Federation and set up one of the first coach training schools.
- About a year and a half ago, Amy realized that she was being put into a position by some corporate clients to help executives cope in toxic situations, but not helping leaders evolve.
- Amy’s solution was to collaborate on the book, “Who’s the Boss: Confront the Elephant in the Room”, as a model to follow when you find yourself in situation where you are conflicted by your business survival and personal ethics.