Watch the Master coaches in a real-time
The most well-intentional efforts to help people to change can be easily undermined. In our attempt to coach a person seeking help, most of us naturally take a problem-centred approach focusing on the gap between where they are and where we think they should or could be. By doing so, we are merely trying to fix their problem situation, supporting them to think through and own a solution. This does not work well, if at all, in the long haul to produce sustained learning or change.
Powerful coaching is inherently a reflective process that involves people gaining awareness on how they perceive their current situation and construct their meaning, and then uses this emerging understanding to create a new and empowering frame to guide future actions.
Here is your chance to preview a complimentary live coaching session. This is a real-life, real-time coaching session where a client presents a topic to be coached. After the coaching conversation, you will have an opportunity to hear him break it down and talks about the coaching process. So, don't miss this learning opportunity.
Dr Ben Koh, Master Certified Coach (MCC) and the Founder of Coach Masters Academy.
With nearly 20 years of experience as a Leadership Effectiveness and Transition Coach, Dr Ben Koh has brought the benefits of coaching to organizations helping leaders raise the bar on their performance and managing their success. He has been delivering C-Suite coaching services globally, for executives in leading corporations. Using his deep and evocative style of coaching, he enables leaders to experience a powerful shift in their thinking and empowers them to lead from an inside-out approach. He partners with his clients and inspires them deeply to use their innate capacity to excel in what matters most to them and enabling them to flourish in their full leadership capacity. He engages them in deep and focuses learning conversation that stimulate them to reflect critically, align their personal and work values and hold themselves accountable to their decision.