The team coaching genius, David Clutterbuck was with us in the last episode of The xMonks Drive podcast, and it was centered around one thing-Coaching. Here is an edited transcript of the conversation on coaching, mentoring and why leadership is hinted at with narcissism.
The ability of a leader to bring everyone to a common goal determines the winner of any approach. People are at the centre of digital experiences, no matter how vast they have gotten. In this episode of The xMonks Drive podcast we discussed with Raj De Datta about how the lines between digital and real life become entangled.
Here is an edited transcript of the conversation with Raj.
Did you know that the term “coach” was coined in the 1830s? The word had a similar connotation back then as it does now as an informal phrase for tutors.
Coaching is becoming increasingly important in our digital world. People seek professional advice on their work, life, and objectives as society grows more atomized. They understand the importance of coaches in unlocking potential and driving change — both on an individual and organisational level.
While the advantages of life coaching are significant, this blog will concentrate on the impact on businesses, laying out and investigating the advantages of coaching in the workplace. Learn about the advantages of coaching and mentoring, the various forms of coaching for businesses, digital choices, and how coaching benefits may be assessed and evaluated in this guide.
Do you live your life from a space of survival mode? Do you even need this survival lens? Have you wondered?
Well, this time on The xMonks Drive, we have with us Malti Bhojwani, a coach, an author, and a facilitator to break the surviving lens and help us enter into a joyful life. According to her, we are all born with lenses and we are contained by those lenses through which we see the world. But we should not forget that we are also born with an internal innate desire to learn and evolve.