MY COACHING METHOD

Interviewing – It sounds scary, but it is the main opportunity for my coachee to talk and for me to get as much information as possible. I take into consideration the coachee’s responses, tones, and body language to build a strong relationship and develop a richer understanding of the problem.

Journaling – Sometimes writing things down helps people to express the feelings they find difficult to put into words. I encourage my clients to get into the habit of journaling their thoughts, feelings and worries instead of holding them in.

Doodling and Drawing – Those who’ve played Pictionary know that wielding the pencil to describe a thing can be great fun. Similarly, articulating a situation with doodles can be very enjoyable and also a highly introspective exercise. Doodling frees our mind of the many self-created barriers. In some situations, I use my background in art to help my clients understand themselves and their emotions using doodles and colors.

Role playing – Think back to the last time you prepared for an important meeting. Maybe you had to present to executive board members, or pitch to an important client. Chances are you practiced in front of the mirror. Role playing is a useful technique that can be applied to individuals and teams to prepare for a variety of challenging situations. It can also be used to understand different perspectives of other team members.

I live in New Delhi and am available for individual coaching sessions and facilitation of sessions specifically using art as a tool. Coaching sessions are conducted in person (1st visit) in your office, and can be followed by sessions either in person/ over Skype/ Zoom/ by phone.

*All sessions are confidential.

MY COACHING METHOD

Interviewing – It sounds scary, but it is the main opportunity for my coachee to talk and for me to get as much information as possible. I take into consideration the coachee’s responses, tones, and body language to build a strong relationship and develop a richer understanding of the problem.

Journaling – Sometimes writing things down helps people to express the feelings they find difficult to put into words. I encourage my clients to get into the habit of journaling their thoughts, feelings and worries instead of holding them in.

Doodling and Drawing – Those who’ve played Pictionary know that wielding the pencil to describe a thing can be great fun. Similarly, articulating a situation with doodles can be very enjoyable and also a highly introspective exercise. Doodling frees our mind of the many self-created barriers. In some situations, I use my background in art to help my clients understand themselves and their emotions using doodles and colors.

Role playing – Think back to the last time you prepared for an important meeting. Maybe you had to present to executive board members, or pitch to an important client. Chances are you practiced in front of the mirror. Role playing is a useful technique that can be applied to individuals and teams to prepare for a variety of challenging situations. It can also be used to understand different perspectives of other team members.

I live in New Delhi and am available for individual coaching sessions and facilitation of sessions specifically using art as a tool. Coaching sessions are conducted in person (1st visit) in your office, and can be followed by sessions either in person/ over Skype/ Zoom/ by phone.

*All sessions are confidential.