the Coaching Studio

the Coaching Studio with Guest Ebony Smith, MCC

March 10, 2023 Lyssa deHart, LICSW, MCC Season 2 Episode 43
the Coaching Studio with Guest Ebony Smith, MCC
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the Coaching Studio
the Coaching Studio with Guest Ebony Smith, MCC
Mar 10, 2023 Season 2 Episode 43
Lyssa deHart, LICSW, MCC

With great pleasure, in the final show of Season 2, I would like to introduce Ebony Smith, MCC. This conversation explores with thoughtfulness the idea of Self-Care for Coaches. Many coaches know all the things they need to tell their clients to help them with self-care, yet don't consistently practice the habits that serve them as coaches, leaders, and business owners. Join us as we relax into this idea of Leaders and Coaches starting with themselves, when it comes to care.

Ebony Smith, founder of Ebenum Equation, is an International Coach Federation (ICF) Master Certified Coach (MCC). She is a leadership development expert with a passion for creating forward-thinking leaders. After 20 years of risk management experience in the Fortune 100 (Sunoco, BP, and World Fuel services), her full-spectrum-lens view of leadership has empowered her to help individuals hone their goals and reach their full potential.

Bringing an innovative, straightforward approach, she pushes individuals to leave their “Subject Matter Expert” mindset behind and become relationship-oriented leaders that drive their organizations into the future.

Ebony is passionate about cooking, self-care, and exploring cultures.

We help high-performing teams hack themselves to unlock the power of incremental self-awareness to increase resilience while achieving a flow state. For example, we provide longitudinal care to an opioid crisis team. Our work has reduced stress, increased collaboration, and actively reduced the factors that lead to crisis clinician burnout.

Leadership is a skill and a mindset that needs space to incubate and grow.

Connect with Ebony Smith, MCC on LinkedIn

Visit her Website
Or check her out on Instagram!
@ebenumequationcoaching

Host: Lyssa deHart, LICSW, MCC, BCC

Music: Frolic by Harrison Amer

Production Editing: Lyssa deHart

Social Media and Communications: Michele Logan

Show Notes

With great pleasure, in the final show of Season 2, I would like to introduce Ebony Smith, MCC. This conversation explores with thoughtfulness the idea of Self-Care for Coaches. Many coaches know all the things they need to tell their clients to help them with self-care, yet don't consistently practice the habits that serve them as coaches, leaders, and business owners. Join us as we relax into this idea of Leaders and Coaches starting with themselves, when it comes to care.

Ebony Smith, founder of Ebenum Equation, is an International Coach Federation (ICF) Master Certified Coach (MCC). She is a leadership development expert with a passion for creating forward-thinking leaders. After 20 years of risk management experience in the Fortune 100 (Sunoco, BP, and World Fuel services), her full-spectrum-lens view of leadership has empowered her to help individuals hone their goals and reach their full potential.

Bringing an innovative, straightforward approach, she pushes individuals to leave their “Subject Matter Expert” mindset behind and become relationship-oriented leaders that drive their organizations into the future.

Ebony is passionate about cooking, self-care, and exploring cultures.

We help high-performing teams hack themselves to unlock the power of incremental self-awareness to increase resilience while achieving a flow state. For example, we provide longitudinal care to an opioid crisis team. Our work has reduced stress, increased collaboration, and actively reduced the factors that lead to crisis clinician burnout.

Leadership is a skill and a mindset that needs space to incubate and grow.

Connect with Ebony Smith, MCC on LinkedIn

Visit her Website
Or check her out on Instagram!
@ebenumequationcoaching

Host: Lyssa deHart, LICSW, MCC, BCC

Music: Frolic by Harrison Amer

Production Editing: Lyssa deHart

Social Media and Communications: Michele Logan