Coaching is first and foremost a relationship business and in this short webinar Ankush and Steve talk about why this is the case and what many coaches do which is in the opposite direction of building relationships.
In this webinar, Dave Kibby interviews Ankush Jain on how he filled his coaching practice in his first year of coaching full-time.
The Hidden Variable to Leadership In this episode, Ankush speaks with Piers Thurston about how most leadership training misses out one vital factor which underpins the effectiveness of all leadership training. Some of what they discuss include: – Does leadership mean getting the best out of others? – How a leader’s state of mind underpins how they behave or how they think. – How leadership is not psychologically taking on others problems and how a leader changed his own business when he saw this for himself. Continue reading →
Staying Agile in Demanding Work Environments In this episode, Ankush speaks with Dicken Bettinger about how state of mind is a major factor in having more clarity, productivity and resilience in demanding work environments. Some of what they discuss include: -How learning the role that thought plays in state of mind can give companies a competitive edge. -Recognizing that a chronic busy mind is going to stop people from having access to outside the box thinking. -How awareness of how the mind works is key Continue reading →
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 →
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 →