Author Archives: Ankush Jain

Business Series Podcast Ep.2 – How to Avoid Burnout with Elizabeth Lovius

How To Avoid Burnout Ankush interviews Elizabeth Lovius about burnout in business and how it’s completely misunderstood in today’s society. Some of the questions answered in ways you may not have previously heard are as follows: – What is burnout? – What is the cost of burnout in business? – What is the true cause of burnout? – What can be done about it? – How can we see burnout in a new way? You can also listen to this podcast and all the episodes Continue reading →

Business Series Podcast Ep.1 – Creating a Thriving Team with Kimberley Hare

Creating A Thriving Team in Business Ankush Jain interviews Kimberley Hare, a coach, trainer and leadership developer, about how to create a thriving team in any business. Unfortunately, most business teams consistently perform well below the levels they could and should perform at. While motivational and inspirational talks and classes can temporarily help, they never get to the root of the problem. In this conversation, Kimberley talks about how workplaces in and of themselves don’t cause stress and when business teams understand where their feelings actually Continue reading →

Becoming a Coach – Part 2

In this 3 part series, I talk with Liz Scott about becoming a coach. In part 2 I share: my top tips for growing your coaching practice how many conversations is helpful to have when you are starting out the importance of being good at what you do

Things I wish I’d known when I started coaching – Part 5

Things I wish I’d known when I started coaching Part 5: 3 elements to being a successful coach Full transcript: Ankush: And there are really three elements, I know Jamie Smart’s doing some Masterclasses with you, so some of this has been informed by him and we had conversations around this. But there are really three elements to being a good coach in my opinion. And the first element is, really really know what it is that you’re coaching, whatever method you’re coaching, really understand Continue reading →