Marc Rogatschnig

Marc Rogatschnig

Marc co-founded Tidal Pool in 2016 with Ross Orwin. He is currently its Managing Director. As a Clinical and Consulting Psychologist he enables individuals, teams, and organisations to shift their beliefs and shape their behaviours towards higher levels of effectiveness.

Marc is an engaging and innovative facilitator, an impactful executive coach and a thought-provoking public speaker. He is completing a Doctorate in Consulting Psychology, focusing on Character Development and its relationship to Perceived Integrity, Stages of Adult Development and Team Character.  

In addition to extensive management experience, Marc continues to grow his specialised work with senior executives, senior management teams and leaders across Africa, Europe, North America and the Middle East.

He specialises in:

  • Leadership and Character Development
  • Executive/Senior Management Team Development and Dynamics
  • Clinical and Consulting Psychology

Some thoughts from Marc…

Moral Potency will shape our ‘better normal’

Moral Potency will shape our ‘better normal’

As the Covid-19 pandemic spun out of control, and a hurricane of germs blew across the globe, I watched a news clip of an Italian street artist musing on the state of his village. When asked how he was coping with his ghostly streets, he simply replied: ‘If I worry...

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2019 to 2020 – from Reflection to Intention

2019 to 2020 – from Reflection to Intention

There is no doubt that without pausing to reflect, we struggle to name and bank our learning.  At worst, we become consumed in negative emotion and irrational triggers. Sometimes we need to arrest these struggles and, at best, reset the balance of how we interpret and...

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Wounded leaders are our choice!

Wounded leaders are our choice!

In my last post I pondered the state of leadership behaviour in the world, and how interesting it has been to see people tussling with what it all means. In most cases very little understanding emerges. We could pull at a hundred years of psychological theory and...

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