Coacharya is a leadership development firm dedicated to the enhancement of human potential through a transformational coaching process. Discover how Western methodologies and Eastern philosophies together can unleash the leader inside you.
Become a Coach
Our accredited coach training programs (ACTP) help experienced professionals develop coaching skills, which they can leverage in an encore career or as part of their corporate role. We've trained over 500 coaches to ACC, PCC and MCC.Explore Coach Training
Coacharya stands out among the coaching and coach training organizations. Our programs are flexible and holistic. We believe in the power of Western techniques such as psychology and neurobiology just as much as we do in Eastern methods like yoga and meditation. Learn what makes us special.
Global Virtual/Online Coach Training Programs
Participate like in a normal classroom - just dial in via Zoom to do it. Multiple time slots are available to suit your busy schedule in any timezone.Learn More
Face-to-Face Programs in India
We're pleased to offer numerous face-to-face ACTP programs throughout India. Earn your ACC or PCC over a series of weekends. Mentoring and peer coaching is included in all our coach training programs.
Coacharya is the only coach training institution accredited by all three of the major international coaching regulatory bodies, ICF, EMCC and CCE.
True awareness lies in mindlessness, not mindfulness. Through mindlessness, one can create one’s future. In mindlessness, one can transform one’s underlying beliefs. This technique is core to our coach training and business coaching approach.
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Apr 10th 2019 • 2 min read
Coacharya believes that Systemic Coaching will replace the traditional model of individual coaching for reasons of cost and performance value-add. Ram’s personal belief is that…
Apr 8th 2019 • 2 min read
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Mar 20th 2019 • 1 min read
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