4 Aug 2017. 8:30PM Singapore Time

Presented by Dr Ben Koh, Global Executive Coach - Organizational Effectiveness and Leadership Transition Coach.

We know that sustainable performance comes when people internalize what is new, make it their own and participate fully in the improvement effort. But this is NOT what most people have in mind. They want an answer - turnkey solution. For strictly technical problems this might seem reasonable. Often we are dealing with human systems, and human systems are not amendable to technical solutions. Human systems are complex and require more than cause-and-effect solution. The resolution requires a change in thinking.

In this webinar, Ben will explain the science behind how an evocative coaching approach and how it surpasses conventional problem-solving and solution-creating approach in enabling change that is deep and sustainable.

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Here you find an archival of webinars we had hosted.


Feb 2017 - The Next Frontier for Professional Coaching

Historically, coaching has been focused toward achieving improvement with respect to a specific behavioral performance. This involves promoting the development of that person's behavioral competence through careful observation and feedback and asking powerful question to stimulate critical thinking.

In recent years, the science of coaching has evolved and has expanded meaning. It goes beyond result optimization to achieve peak performance to guiding people towards deep learning. Impactful coaching that enable sustainable change is inherently a reflective process that involves people gaining awareness on how they regulate their thoughts, feelings and actions. 

In this webinar you will gain an insight on how coaching has evolved in the last 2 decades and how transformative coaching redefines what is Professional Coaching.




14 Apr 2016 - Understanding how Transformative Coaching brings you a greater results for your client




Aug 2015

Transformation comes from pursuing profound questions than seeking practical answers. by Peter Block - author of the bestsellers "Stewardship & Flawless Consulting"

Too often when a discussion is dominated by question of “HOW” we risk overvaluing what is practical and doable and postpone the question of larger purpose. With the question “HOW” we risk aspiring to goals that are defined by our circumstance at the expense of purpose and intentions that arise from within ourselves. Great leaders who inspire others to take action start with “WHY” and not a “HOW” question.

This webinar will clearly explain why the conventional, directive “Telling” style that focus on addressing the situational context often lacks the power to effect change that is enduring. Most importantly, you will gain valuable and practical insights on how a transformative approach – evocative style that invoke learning is far more effective.


Coaching is a process that enable learning to occur by empowering people to think from a different perspective and to achieve more from the depth of their being, and this improving performance. In this webinar, Ben Koh, Master Certified Coach and an Engagement and Leadership Transformation Coach shared the key to create sustainable change is to encourage learning while doing the change. 


How coaching raise the bar of performance?

26 Sep 2013, 2030hrs Singapore Time

Coaching is the catch phase of corporate business in the 21st century. It is a powerful tool for developing employee performance. How exactly does it works? Most importantly, how can you integrate coaching as part of your managerial role to raise the bar of performance? In this month webinar, we offer you a solid foundation on what performance coaching is and how it can be catalyst for performance improvement. We have invited leading professional coaches in Asia to share their valuable insights on how corporate managers can optimized the value of coaching for performance enhancement. Ben Koh, Master Certified Coach and Mentor Coach will talk about the difference between Managing by directing to Leading by Coaching at the closing note.