Author Archives: Jasbindar Singh

Learn Coaching Skills from Google’s Coach and the ICF Co-Founder

Are you looking for a way to accelerate your path to becoming a GREAT coach? A way to learn secrets master coaches wish they knew when they first started, without taking decades to get there? The Foundations of Great Coaching: Start … Continue reading

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From Darkness to Light

Winter lingered like an unwelcome visitor, but finally, Spring arrived – one little step after another. Jasmine scented the air on crisp mornings in the lull between seasons; daffodils thrust dreary winter aside, lambs gambolled in Auckland’s Cornwall Park and in … Continue reading

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How Much Do You Own Your Strengths?

We all have strengths and weaknesses. But how much do you fully OWN your strengths? If you don’t do this, there are likely to be good reasons here. These can include our earlier conditioning, fear of failure, and perhaps being … Continue reading

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I don’t have time for this bs…….

The other day I had coffee with a university friend I had not seen for a while. In discussing what we were up to, I mentioned emotional intelligence (EI or EQ) as I was preparing a session on it. He … Continue reading

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Needing clarity? This will help….

“We do not learn from experience… we learn from reflecting on experience.” ― John Dewey  Last week we spent two days with some upcoming leaders who are committed to developing and growing themselves as authentic leaders. We deliberately built-in time for reflection … Continue reading

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Finding Your Voice

I was recently working with a talented and empathic emerging leader who despite having all the required capability, was holding herself back. What a loss this withhold was to her team and organisation, not to mention her sense of confidence … Continue reading

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Leading with a sense of entitlement

  Whether you are a manager, leader, or employee, having a sense of entitlement can be damaging to your career. It can be the start of a slippery slope which invariably ends in a hasty exit – being removed or … Continue reading

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The Coaching Event Not to be Missed!

The WBECS Pre-Summit officially opens its doors today… And they’re kicking off the event with a selection of speakers that you will love. Check out the Pre-Summit speaker line up and grab yourself a seat before they are gone. Would recommend … Continue reading

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How Jacinda Ardern Sets a New Global Benchmark for Leadership and Why We Should Pay Attention

“One of the criticisms I’ve faced over the years is that I’m not aggressive enough or assertive enough, or maybe somehow, because I’m empathetic, it means I’m weak. I totally rebel against that. I refuse to believe that you cannot … Continue reading

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An Invitation to All Coaches: Learn about Narrative Coaching

If you are a coach or have some interest in coaching – you will not want to miss out on this! Next week, Dr. David Drake is offering 2 final immersion trainings on Narrative Coaching at no cost and there … Continue reading

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