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Executive Coach, INDIA
the process the questions like “What is happening in your life now?, What is bothering you? How are you feeling about it?
The client stated his dilemma that he had this excellent opportunity to go abroad and for a global role but he was not sure how this shall help him in long term.
By: Rajesh Udhoji
Executive Coach, India
The application of Coaching theory have different applications depending on the space in which one operates and the individual styles. While, the ICF guidelines respect the individual styles within the ethical guidelines, I have made an effort to use the ICF competencies in the real life situation to bring in the desired transformation in critical resources resulting in larger benefits to the organization. This case study is based on my individual experience and I am humbly making an effort to pen it down in the form of a case study. The name of the organization and the positions described in this case are changed for the sake of brevity to ensure privacy and respect for the individual entities.
By: Sonali Dutta
Executive Coach, INDIA
In Webster dictionary Encouraging means giving hope or promise; while Criticism means to find fault. In the quest of perfection we often undervalue creativity in all situations of life. Whether in a parent child relationship or in supervisor subordinate relationship, feedback is more around criticism and what went wrong etc. This eventually becomes our way of functioning and has possible threat of damaging the personality of a person and their motivational levels. Catching people doing right things and establishing an encouraging culture can really support in nurturing and grooming many talents. While criticisms can impact the person’s confidence and faith in life’s journey ; encouragement towards the right path can really help the person explore the innate abilities and talents.
By: Rosie Kropp
Executive Coach, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
On a daily basis we constantly interact with other people, some of who we know very well and some that we do not know at all--‐or only know on a very shallow level --‐like the cashier in our grocery, the bus driver or the mail man.
How we interact with other people--‐our attitude, body language, behaviour and words--‐will reflect and trigger a reaction in the other person as well as in our selves. The way we are perceived will create a memory that stays in the other persons mind and as the story goes: first impression lasts.
Executive Coach, CANADA
Dictionary.com defines “great” this way:
1. unusually or comparatively large in size or dimensions
2. large in number; numerous
3. unusual or considerable in degree, power, intensity, etc.
4. wonderful; first-rate; very good
5. being such in an extreme or notable degree.
When you think of gifts of greatness, think of gifts that are very large in size or number, unusual or considerable in power and intensity. Think of wonderful gifts, first-rate gifts, and gifts of extreme or notable degree. Sounds interesting, doesn’t it? Would you like to have gifts like those? Most of us would.