Executive & Leadership Coaching

“Leadership is lifting a person’s vision to high sights, raising of a person’s performance to a higher standard, and building of a personality beyond its normal limitations” – Peter Drucker.

Executive Coaching is a series of one-on-one conversations with your coach, focused on your effectiveness as a leader and a professional. It covers areas like enhancing performance, inspiring and managing teams, handling conflict, self-management, building effective relationships etc. It often leads to deeper exploration on personal vision and purpose and an inner transformation agenda. When leaders are inspired from within to improve their performance, the benefits spread throughout the organization.

Life Coaching

Life Coaching is centered around your dreams and aspirations for yourself and what you want to achieve in your personal life, which is often neglected in relentless pursuit of material success. It could cover areas like living your purpose & values, personal effectiveness and balance, building loving relationships, finding joy and meaning in life, successful parenting and even leaning into your best self as a member of society.
A Life Coach is your thinking partner through the ups and downs you face at various points in your life, and helps you bridge the gap between where you are now and where you want to be.

Team & Group Coaching

Even high performing individuals can sometimes struggle to work together! The group or team coach engages in a dialogue with a group of 6-8 professionals around a set of common goals geared to achieve the organisation’s outcomes. Starting with one-on-one interviews, the coach explores individual strengths and limitations, and the dynamics of the team or group through group coaching sessions. Sharing Standards of Presence is critical to ensure respectful and collaborative group interaction, and the collective learning leads to enhanced interpersonal awareness and effectiveness.


Psychometric assessments are a scientific and standardized method used to measure an individual’s cognitive and emotional capabilities, personality dimensions, attitudes and/or behavioral style. These assessments are predictive of performance, and hence are useful in understanding our strengths and areas of development at work and in our personal lives.
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Emotional Intelligence Assessment

Emotional Intelligence is our capacity to blend thinking and feeling to make optimal decisions, which is key to having a successful relationship with ourselves and others.


The EQ assessment measures your performance on eight key competencies of Emotional Intelligence, to help you leverage your strengths and build on your areas of development, leading to better outcomes.

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EQ, as it is commonly referred to, has an important role to play in our performance on key success factors like effectiveness, especially in times of stress, the quality of our relationships, our wellbeing and quality of life. EQ is also a critical component of effective leadership in organizations, both in business and in the non-profit sector.


The EQ assessment measures your performance on 8 competencies of Emotional Intelligence and helps you make an action plan to leverage your strengths and build on your areas of development. This assessment is recommended for everyone.

Hogan Personality Assessment For Leadership

The Hogan Assessment is based on the premise that our personality as seen by others, ie our Reputation, determines our performance as a leader. The assessment consists of 3 personality inventories:


Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI) or the Bright Side

Hogan Development Survey (HDS) or the Dark Side

Motives Values Preferences Inventory (MVPI)

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  • Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI) measures the Bright Side of personality, ie how people perceive us when we are at our best, our strengths and our leadership style.
  • Hogan Development Survey (HDS) measures the Dark Side of personality, ie characteristics that can derail our performance in times of stress and limit our chances of success.
  • Motives Values Preferences Inventory (MVPI) identifies the core values, drivers and beliefs that determine the kind of work we find fulfilling and how we fit into the organization.

This assessment is highly recommended for mid-level and senior leaders and the head of every organization, including non-profits.