In this episode
Caterina Kostoula is an executive coach and founder of The Leaderpath. Her mission is to coach pioneering leaders and teams for meaningful impact and fulfillment.
Prior to The Leaderpath, Caterina was a Global Business Leader at Google. She managed some of the company’s largest C-level partnerships. She was also an internal coach, awarded a 5-star-rating distinction from her coachees.
Caterina has coached leaders from Google, Amazon, Vodafone, Ferrero, ArcelorMittal, Workable, and several entrepreneurs. She collaborates with INSEAD, coaching Executive MBAs and alumni. She is a member of the Forbes Coaches Council.
Caterina has lived in more than seven countries across America, Europe, and Asia. She now lives in London.
2:17 Caterina shares how team coaching set her on the path to writing her book
5:17 She explains the idea behind her 4 D’s Framework for meetings
8:13 Caterina discusses the importance of trust in meetings and how to foster that trust
11:14 The most common mistakes people make in meetings
13:02 Caterina shares about the myth of the lonely genius
15:19 Caterina outlines 3 reasons not to have a meeting
18:20 We discuss ego management
21:07 Caterina answers how she coaches her clients on the difference between when to push through the hard and when to opt out
23:04 Shelley shares a quote from her favorite book and how it relates to the illusion of struggle
25:45 We discuss burnout and the dangerous myth of associating struggle with success
28:03 Caterina shares how she coaches about failure
32:05 Caterina explains Leaderpath
33:48 Caterina shares about her book, Hold Successful Meetings, available now for pre-order