Tag: coaching

5 Coaching Frameworks to Rev Up Your Coaching
Jan 21st 2021 • 4 min read

5 Coaching Frameworks to Rev Up Your Coaching

These 5 simple frameworks (or coaching models, if that's what you prefer to call them) can enhance your coaching skills to mastery. Let us know...

A Coaching Model for Everything
Sep 11th 2020 • 5 min read

A Coaching Model for Everything

The Kubler Ross model is often described as the 5 stage model of grief management, through the stages of anger, denial, bargaining, depression, and acceptance....

Learn to BE Powerful With Ontology Based Coach Training
Jul 29th 2020 • 3 min read

Learn to BE Powerful With Ontology Based Coach Training

Coaching should empower coachees to discover themselves, realize their potential and connect with their purpose, with the coach as a creative and supportive partner within...

It’s All About ‘Stories’
Jul 8th 2020 • 21 min read

It’s All About ‘Stories’

What I learnt about ‘coaching’ & myself as a ‘coach’, as I aspired to be one Why I wanted to get into coaching: It has...

Live Coaching Demonstration of Ubuntu Coaching with Nobantu Mpotulo
Jun 26th 2020 • 2 min read

Live Coaching Demonstration of Ubuntu Coaching with Nobantu Mpotulo

As a coach, experiencing other professional coaches working with clients is a rare opportunity. We are honoured and grateful to both Nobantu and her client...

Webinar on Neuroscience and Yoga: Breath Awareness Demonstration
Jun 11th 2020 • 2 min read

Webinar on Neuroscience and Yoga: Breath Awareness Demonstration

For this Neuroscience in Coaching Webinar, we had Sushant Pradhan, Ram’s yoga teacher as a guest. Ram has invited Sushant to demonstrate the breathing techniques of Yoga Pranayama. These...

Balancing ego & soul to find your unique path
Jun 5th 2020 • 3 min read

Balancing ego & soul to find your unique path

When's the last time you asked yourself the questions that you ask your clients? How often do you take time out to define your own...

The Myth of Uncoachable Clients
May 27th 2020 • 4 min read

The Myth of Uncoachable Clients

The conundrum of the uncoachable client (or the untreatable patient or unservable customer) is similar to that of Schrodinger’s Cat in Quantum Mechanics. You don’t...

Reframing the Mind
May 21st 2020 • 11 min read

Reframing the Mind

Perhaps I have said this before, and if yes, it is worth repeating that all coaching is about reframing client perceptions in the mind. A...

Coaching and Climate Change
May 21st 2020 • 3 min read

Coaching and Climate Change

Climate Change is one of the most daunting problems that we face today. Every single one of us is responsible, and every single one of...

Is It Therapy? Is It Coaching? Does It Matter?
May 15th 2020 • 8 min read

Is It Therapy? Is It Coaching? Does It Matter?

The following article by Elias Aboujaoude, MD is reproduced here in the interests of the coaching profession (See original publication here) Elias Aboujaoude, MD, is a psychiatrist and author based...

Systemic Leadership Coaching Approach: Peter Hawkins
Apr 22nd 2020 • 5 min read

Systemic Leadership Coaching Approach: Peter Hawkins

Peter’s webinar in April 2020 through the Coacharya platform is a milestone in multiple ways. For Coacharya it is the first partnered mastery webinar in...

Where Coaching Meets Parenting
Apr 13th 2020 • 17 min read

Where Coaching Meets Parenting

Have you ever played the game of passing the parcel? In this game, a circle is formed by the participants. Music is played in the...

Mystique of Ontology
Jan 20th 2020 • 9 min read

Mystique of Ontology

Our learners ask us as to why we do not specify Ontology in our curriculum, or advertise it explicitly, as several others do. It is...

Coaching Teenagers to Prevent Their Abuse
Jan 14th 2020 • 13 min read

Coaching Teenagers to Prevent Their Abuse

Ever heard of The Boiling Frog Syndrome? When you put a frog into boiling water, it will jump out. If, however, you put a frog...