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Deep Coaching

During the coaching course, we were trained to ask questions, asking non-directive questions. However, I remember, the more I focused on asking questions, the more …

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Coaching Certification ‘Survival’ Tips

Coaching seems to be a trend that is catching on among working professionals these days and it is getting fairly common to hear these professionals …

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Financial Coaching – A New Profession?

An individual’s life issues and goals are many and seeking the right professional to help resolve issues and achieve one’s goals is like finding the …

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Case Studies on Coaching

CPC Case Study Assignment for Dominic of XYZ Insurance.

Dominic is an enthusiastic and aspiring Agency Manager with XYZ Insurance for the past 15 years. He has been managing a team of about 5 …

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Case Studies on Coaching

Seeking The Coach Within Me

Written by: HEMALATHA BALA SUBRAMANIAM (Athena) My Background: The Coaching journey for me from CAC to CPC has been a deeply reflective one; from a casual role to a professional role and the progress in this journey has been most impactful. I had been an Executive Trainer for the past 37 years, and mentoring was a big part of my modus operandi. When I learnt about ICF’s 11 core coaching competencies in CAC, I realised that these could not operate in isolation. As I went on the Seven Protocol journey in CPC, I gained new learnings of how these 11 ICF competencies worked in tandem; as they were “stack skills”- most effective in combination and complementary to each other. I had to embrace many roles simultaneously, mainly as an active listener, conversationalist, cheerleader, strategic thinker and co-designer of action plans. Ultimately, I understood that the mundane life of being a trainer was womb to tomb – linear, sequential and directive; whereas being a coach raised my awareness to one of transforming lives – cycles of liberation towards validating and actualising the potential of both the coach and the client.     The Client’s Background: The client was a peer coach who was a teacher for 36 years. Recently, she joined the Headquarters as an Advisor in training , designing and editing modules. She is in the midst of planning for a post-retirement career as an Online Tutor in English Literature, Mathematics and Academic Writing.     Objectives of this Case Study: In my journey to become a professional coach via Peer Coaching and Mentor Coaching, I learnt how to navigate coaching conversations using the 7- part Protocol …

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Case Studies on Coaching

Coaching Experience With a Lawyer by Coach Eddie Law

I am a lawyer turned legal recruiter and was running my boutique legal recruitment business for the past 11 years. There were 3 main reasons I decided to enroll for certifying coaching course, namely: First, I wanted to improve my personal leadership skills in leading my team. I believe a coached- leadership is more effective than the directive-leadership in this new age. Secondly, I wish to help law firm owners and/or the head of …

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Case Studies on Coaching

As a Coach, The Questions I Ask Myself?

Written by Michelle Ng ARE WE STRANGERS TO COACHING? If I recalled back, I realised our coaching journey started when we were toddlers. We received …

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Case Studies on Coaching

Executive Coaching with a Difference

Written by: Jugdeep kaur a/p Lachman Singh 3 November 2019 BACKGROUND At the beginning of 2019, I was assigned to a different department within our …

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Case Studies on Coaching

The Step Up

Written by Rajita Suntharalingam   BACKGROUND   Mia, a recruiter and mother to two children, had many things going for her. Life was good until the pandemic struck. She was struggling with the recruitment business as most companies were either retrenching or had imposed a hiring freeze. This directly impacted her business.   Mia approached me to assist her with :-   Atransition to include coaching into her recruitment business given that she embarked upon coaching during RMCO; and A planto facilitate this        TRIAL   At the Trial session with Mia, I listened deeply. Mia spent time relaying her need for a coach, her expectations, the scope of work and most importantly, her commitment to this journey. Her sharing of the situation she was in and the goal that she wanted to achieve gave me an indication of the frame she was in. I took the opportunity to explain, amongst others, the ICF core competencies, assured her of my commitment to keep all sessions confidential, the need for honesty and the terms of engagement.   Mia was also briefed on the 7 coaching protocols and tools that will be adopted which will serve as a framework during this coaching journey.   We then formalised the Coaching Agreement. …

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Case Studies on Coaching

The Giving and Receiving of Coaching

Written by R. Giri Venkatesh Mark is a successful executive, honing his professional sales and marketing management skills over the years across the Asia region. He has been a one company man, moving across functions and countries as he rose through the ranks. He worked hard for more than 20 years to reach the current stage in his career and felt it was the right time to make the next move if the opportunity arose. This opportunity came in the form of a role as Vice President for Sales in a multinational company. The challenge for Mark is that he is moving not only into a better role but also a new industry. He is a focused person and always relishes a challenge. However, getting into a different industry presented a new challenge for Mark which caused some nervousness.   Since this would be Mark’s first move to another company and industry, he wanted to make sure he was well prepared. In the past, he gained good experience in functional roles in Country A and additionally had P&L responsibility in Country B. Mark really enjoyed and thrived in the P&L role. Now, the role of Vice President of Sales for the region covers both areas and was what Mark was working towards. He wanted to make it a success and leave his mark as leader who made positive changes for the good of the company and himself.   …

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Case Studies on Coaching

Case Study Project (CONFIDENTIAL) by RW

Executive Coaching – A Behavioural Transformation   BACKGROUND   My background is as an HR leader with strong internal coaching experience within blue-chip MNCs.  I …

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Case Studies on Coaching

Coaching Case Study

Written by Chuah Beng Swee, 2020 BACKGROUND Kelly has been a very experienced and successful recruitment specialist. She has run her own head-hunting company for …

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