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WBECS2017 – Jan Muhlfeit on Executive Coaching & Leadership

WBECS2017 – Jan Muhlfeit on Executive Coaching & Leadership

A great session for us executive coaches and leadership/business coaches on coaching, leadership, mindfulness & LIFE! Great to hear Jan stress on #LifePurpose. And Viktor Frankl (‘one of the best books’, Man’s Search for Meaning), came up more than once (a personal favorite). ‘We can’t influence stimuli. But we can influence the reaction. Between the […]

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Life coaching not well known in Turkey

Great write up, captures the essence of Coaching. As the practice of Coaching (Life or variants thereof) is gaining popularity in this part of world (MENA region), the need for certification is more important. ICF is doing a lot of great work. But if the customer (individual/corporate/others) does not insist on certification as one of […]

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Three Levels of Work, Worship

Three Levels of Work, Worship

India is celebrating… long weekends! Twice in this month! Long week-end, and a looooong post ☺ August 15th to 18th – Independence Day to Janmashtami (Sri Krishna’s birthday). Gods are smiling on us again. Yet another long weekend, though not ‘as long’. Aug 29th to 31st. Stating the obvious, most of these public holidays are […]

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Indra Nooyi on Why Women Can’t Have It All

This topic has been trending in the media & social media. Nooyi’s candor is very inspiring, as she does not sugar coat the difficulty to ‘balance’ work/life or manage multiple roles. I was touched by her ability to display vulnerability. That ability perhaps makes her a leader with difference. As I read through the report, […]

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Why cos hang on to the bell curve

It is appraisal time!!! So many friends in corporate world (senior) are sad about its impact on team dynamics and personal confidence. Bell Curve is more like The Duckworth-Lewis Method in cricket. (If not worse!) Everyone is aware of its imperfections. But for want of a better alternative, everyone hangs on to it. Thankfully, some […]

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