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Coach Training for you — Transactional or Transformational?

Executive Coaching | Leadership Coaching | Coach Training Certification

Source | | Subash CV

With just one day to go for the start of a new batch of ICF coach training, my mind is full of the same. We chose to take a break for a couple of months, so we did not start an ICF-approved program since the start of the last batch on January 30, 2021. After two and a half months, we all at Regal Unlimited are looking forward to it. A lot of work goes into the admission process. Depth of participants, their preparedness, heterogeneity of the batch, experience from diverse areas, and of course, gender-composition, all are elements of the batch… Last week leading to the D-day is almost like month-end pressure at all my 21 years’ BFSI roles. With one day to go, a sense of peace returns. Having done everything to start off a new batch, it is a good time to just surrender to the Universe.

Then I come across this beautiful article, on The Speaking Tree, Economic Times. The article reminds me of the 3 routes to salvation — Jnana (intellectual knowledge), Karma (selfless action), and Bhakti (devotion). The article confirms my bias (????) the universally accepted dictum including by greatest philosophers including Adi Shankara (one of my favorites, whom I refer to as an example for Hero’s Journey — Joseph Campbell).

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