Coaching

A Coaching Model By Vineetha Valsa Kumar, Career Transition Coach, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Transition Fog Change is an event and transition is the process you go through in response to the change- William Bridges With every transition comes FEAR. Many consider this FEAR as a lack of confidence but during my few years of practice
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A Coaching Model By Donald Borg, Transformational Coach, AUSTRALIA TREK – Quest to Be a Better Version of Themselves I love the great outdoors. I love traveling, exploring, and experiencing the beauty of a new place. I dream of having all the time in the world to do exactly just that! I’ve traveled extensively. Over
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A Coaching Model By Miranda Meng, Leadership Coach, TAIWAN An Inside Out My ideal clients are expat executives who lead cross-cultural teams. I support the executives in engaging members across different demographics in an effort to meet goals and increase innovation. I support expat executives in innovating during uncertainty by helping them understand the cultural
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A Coaching Model By Ying Shing Wai, Agile Coach, HONG KONG MORE “Mission” and “Expectation” through “Option” and “Relevance”  I have worked on a lot of projects, either worked with several departments or worked as a vendor, the people who contacted the most are middle-level managers. Whenever they decided, you would find that the reasons
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A Coaching Model By Kristin Oberweger, Life Coach, AUSTRIA LOGOS: Viktor Frankl’s Logotherapy In my coaching model, I follow the mindset of Viktor Frankl’s Logotherapy (. Frankl’s concepts and his understanding of mankind can be seen as my “backbone” – the purpose why I believe that every client is capable to find resources inside him/herself
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A Coaching Model By Miranda Meng, Leadership Coach, TAIWAN Insideout My ideal clients are expat executives who lead cross-cultural teams. I support the executives in engaging members across different demographics in an effort to meet goals and increase innovation. I support expat executives in innovating during uncertainty by helping them understand the cultural nuance of
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A Coaching Model By Steve Sankar, Transformational Coach, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO Illumination Process Illuminating Dreams and Goals to Create Success and Happiness Collins Dictionary states “to illuminate something means to shine a light on it and to make it brighter and more visible.” Clarity of vision, and the approach required to achieve it, are two
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A Coaching Model By Ziad Hamdan, Life Coach, SPAIN Heal to Thrive My coaching model was born from my own experience. I believe in personal development and growth. I made this my daily objective: Every day is an opportunity for me to become a better version of myself. Up to now, my life was so
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A Coaching Model By Tracy Sharp, Design Thinking Coach, ITALY PROTO Design Principles When I considered how to create my own coaching model, I considered my background in engineering and design principles. When designing a product, you must realize that the first idea you have is not always the final product. In fact, the key
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A Coaching Model By Olayide Odediran, Transformation Coach, NIGERIA RISE – A Stage Where They Want to Grow In his book, “Soul Mates“, Thomas Moore recognizes the spirit as that part of us and part of our life that wants more, that wants to transcend, that wants to grow, that wants to move into a better world,
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A Coaching Model By Anja Haman, Performance Coach, CANADA Coaching Begin the Journey to Resilience Image purchased through Canva Improving our lives is a lifelong process, growing our internal world while reacting to the world around us. Being resilient means being able to weather the storms, adapt when needed, and pace through the ebbs and
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A Coaching Model By Rob Hands, Leadership Coach, SINGAPORE ROLL: Creating Better Leaders Across Organizations Job satisfaction amongst the workforce has reached a new low. A 2021 CivicScience survey identified the percentage of US adults reporting that they are happy in their jobs fell from 84% to only 68%. This increasing level of dissatisfaction in
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