Tag: coaching

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...

Is “coaching” even relevant?
Dec 16th 2019 • 11 min read

Is “coaching” even relevant?

The coach, if that is still the operative word, needs to be a mentor and consultant, perhaps facilitator and trainer. Ram RamanathanFounder, Coacharya This blog...

6 Lessons Coaches Can Learn From Improv
Dec 15th 2019 • 4 min read

6 Lessons Coaches Can Learn From Improv

Some years ago, I took a couple of courses at Second City, Chicago on Improv. For those who do not know, improv means improvisational theatre....

Coaching Supervision: Coaching the Coach
Dec 2nd 2019 • 4 min read

Coaching Supervision: Coaching the Coach

Simply put, and shorn of clichés, Coaching supervision is about coaching a coach.  Coaching Supervision is not about enhancing skills of a coach by mentoring...

An Agile Approach to Coaching – Scrum, Sprint, and Story
Nov 30th 2019 • 9 min read

An Agile Approach to Coaching – Scrum, Sprint, and Story

Agile is a process that was launched in 2001 publicly for software development. It is now used as a project management tool in several other...

Perceptual Positions in NLP Explained
Nov 19th 2019 • 6 min read

Perceptual Positions in NLP Explained

‘Empty Chair’ in Gestalt and ‘Perceptual Positions’ in NLP are powerful processes that help the coach to partner with the client empathetically.  This process is...

Words Can Lie, But The Body Never Does
Nov 19th 2019 • 5 min read

Words Can Lie, But The Body Never Does

The 101 lie detector test in Kinesiology works like this. You hold one arm stiff, the tester asks you if you are your ‘real name’...

Do You Engage People Through Feedback?
Nov 18th 2019 • 7 min read

Do You Engage People Through Feedback?

Feedback is one of the critical elements in corporate communication, not that it is not important in other life conversations. People's engagement or lack thereof...

Transformative Listening
Nov 18th 2019 • 12 min read

Transformative Listening

The following is a guest article by Dreyvan Dayse, Co-Founder & Director of Innerlegend.  View this post on Instagram A post shared by Coacharya (@coacharya)...

Using the NLP technique of TimeLine in Coaching
Nov 17th 2019 • 5 min read

Using the NLP technique of TimeLine in Coaching

The NLP technique of Time Line is generally considered a therapy as it delves into experiencing one’s past to overcome memories of trauma stored in...

SET to Impact Others With What You Intend
Nov 15th 2019 • 3 min read

SET to Impact Others With What You Intend

More often than not what we intend to convey is not what we say. The attempt and the outcome can be poles apart. In fact,...

How to Coach in Clean, Non-Violent and Generative Language
Nov 14th 2019 • 4 min read

How to Coach in Clean, Non-Violent and Generative Language

Coaching institutions specify active listening as a core competency. Some add powerful questioning too. This may not be enough. Questioning, according to globally renowned experts...

Dissolution of Mind: Vigyana Bhairava Tantra
Nov 13th 2019 • 4 min read

Dissolution of Mind: Vigyana Bhairava Tantra

What is Vigyana Bhairava Tantra? Vigyana Bhairava Tantra is part of the ancient Hindu Agama literature, on meditation related practices for awakening deeper levels of...

Whirling: Vigyana Bhairava Tantra
Nov 11th 2019 • 4 min read

Whirling: Vigyana Bhairava Tantra

Vigyana Bhairava Tantra Vigyana Bhairava Tantra is part of the ancient Hindu Agama literature, on meditation related practices for awakening deeper levels of consciousness and...