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Best Global Business Coaching Company - Belgium
awarded to Rosinski & Company sprl by CV Magazine - 2016 HR & Training Awards
December 2016

Best Global Business Company - Belgium awarded to Rosinski & Company sprl

During the interview, I discuss my global leadership development approach. I illustrate it with a recent example where a significant positive impact was measured after a one-year period. Beyond the corporate world and public institutions, I mention applications in various sectors including medicine and education. I also talk about my own journey and link it to global leadership & coaching. 



Thank you very much Caroline Gasia, Michel Godart and HRmeetup for this interview!

Podcast "Leadership et Coaching Interculturel"

"Auteur de deux best sellers, et véritable pionnier dans le monde du coaching, Philippe Rosinski nous a honoré par son intervention à notre micro.

Nous lui demandons, comme pour tous nos invités, de résumer son parcours depuis son rêve d’adolescent. Ensuite, nous parlerons d’approche globale de coaching, de leadership et surtout de coaching interculturel!

Là où l’intitulé laisse parfois penser directement à une dimension internationale, vous constaterez que c’est en fait une notion bien plus large et complexe englobant les différentes appartenances culturelles au-delà de notre seule nationalité, la diversité cognitive source de créativité, et en fait toutes nos caractéristiques acquises (comportements, normes, valeurs, croyances appris plutôt qu’innés)… Philippe nous répond et illustrera par des exemples.

Oublier d’intégrer ces notions dans une approche coaching c’est un peu avancer les yeux bandés. Prendrez-vous le mur où nous accompagnerez-vous? Êtes-vous prêts?

Un podcast à écouter absolument car passion et expertise sont bien au rendez-vous!"

Merci à Michel Godart et à HRmeetup pour cet interview!


Integrative Coaching Supervision, based on Philippe Rosinski’s applauded book “Global Coaching”, is a novel holistic approach that calls upon multiple and interconnected perspectives to facilitate the unleashing of human potential in search of performance, fulfillment and meaning. It helps coaches to work more effectively and more creatively with their coachees.

Integrative coaching supervision supports coaches on their developmental journey by operating from six perspectives: physical, managerial, psychological, political, cultural and spiritual – and it embraces the complexity paradigm: everything is connected.

Integrative coaching supervision serves to unfold the remarkable coach, whose expert knowledge of diverse coaching techniques never becomes a substitute for establishing authentic, fluid and caring relationships with coachees. 

Click here to download your complimentary copy of Philippe’s article “Integrative Coaching Supervision” published in “Global Coaching Perspectives”, The Association for Coaching Magazine, July 2016, Issue 10.

Contact us for more information to set up an individual or group integrative coaching supervision with Philippe, or to organize an integrative coaching supervision training with him. 

In Global Coaching Perspectives, January 2016 issue, I explain how to integrate nature and nurture in coaching. I also discuss how to overcome the “immunity to change” phenomenon by expanding one’s worldview through intercultural coaching and the use of the Cultural Orientations Framework assessment. See pages 37-44 of the magazine, which you can freely download here.    

Global Coaching Perspectives is the Association for Coaching Global Magazine, a publication for new, developing and master coaches and for those who support people development in workplaces worldwide. 


How can we take into account both what relates to nature, the personality type we are born with, and what pertains to nurture, the characteristics we have acquired along the way?

In this article, I will use a case study based on an executive I have coached to illustrate how we can go about doing that. I will provide some context by sharing a few words about a dynamic
conception of culture, about the Cultural Orientations Framework (COF) assessment, as well as about Robert Kegan’s Immunity to Change concept.

As you will find out, the COF assessment can be used to uncover hidden and limiting cultural assumptions and to help coachees replace these with more effective versions.

I will explore the interplay between the psychological and cultural perspectives, suggesting how to leverage the combination in coaching, making the most of diversity in
personality as well as culture.

To this end, I will also refer to a recent research project conducted by OPP with over 1,000 respondents using the MBTI and the COF in a large international sample.



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