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Lesson Posted on 24/12/2018 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personal Effectiveness Training Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training

Thinking about Perfomance

Jatinder

A seasoned Media Marketing professional with over a Decade's quality experience in Strategic Planning,...

Guys do work on NLP ( Neuro-Linguistic Programming ) helps managers to work well with others and to develop themselves. Use NLP to recognise the small change that produces significantly better results. It will help you to advance further in your career, personal life, job and so on. 1. Realise that... read more

Guys do work on NLP ( Neuro-Linguistic Programming ) helps managers to work well with others and to develop themselves. Use NLP to recognise the small change that produces significantly better results. It will help you to advance further in your career, personal life, job and so on.

1. Realise that only you can improve the results you are currently getting.

2. Understand that emotional intelligence can transform your performance and career.

3. Look at your work and identify any difficulties.

4. Realise that you can quickly learn to build your self-confidence.

5. Avoid blaming yourself for problems, since this lowers your self - confidence.

So, let's work on this I will further post lesson for you.

 

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Lesson Posted on 27/04/2018 Functional Training/HR Training/Performance Management Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personality Development Training Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personal Effectiveness Training

Building Confidence - Step By Step

Ritu Mehta

Career Coach and Counselor / Life Coach I can help you - 1. If you are a student, want to talk...

One word that all of us use quite often in many different contexts is Confidence! You need it. You have to have it. Some people have it a lot. Some people struggle even for a little bit. The same person some days have it and then some days tend to lose it for no known reason. How does that work? Is... read more

One word that all of us use quite often in many different contexts is Confidence! You need it. You have to have it. Some people have it a lot. Some people struggle even for a little bit. The same person some days have it and then some days tend to lose it for no known reason.

How does that work? Is it something you are born with it? Or you can work on it over a period.

How do you really make Confidence work for you? How do you build it? Since it is not one day process with one particular destination, how do you continue to build it?

Let us break this down and find out how to build confidence – step by step.

One can build confidence with time and experience. You gain it bit-by-bit as you progress through experiences. It is built by overcoming challenges and roadblocks. Now you can either let the events of life take over and hope that as it progresses, it is making you confident day by day.

Or you can intend to work on your confidence.

(Step-1) Identify little challenges which are stopping you from your best and work towards overcoming them. With each small challenge conquered, watch your confidence go a notch higher. Create small wins for yourself as you begin the journey.

As you gain momentum, aim for a big challenge once in a while to step up the speed of gaining confidence. Do not let small setbacks and failures discourage you. They will always be there. Many times we drown in setbacks. Rather get in the action mode. Pick up the lesson and move on. Everybody who has seen any success has failed also. Not a single person can claim that they have achieved everything they wanted to in the very first time. Feel free to go through life stories of your role models.

Be very specific about what you want to achieve. It’s hard to shoot if you do not know your aim. Find out what gives you confidence. You do not have to excel in every field. You may not be a great orator but can have a knack for picking the right investments and making sound financial decisions. Sometimes we spend way too much time staring at what we can’t do instead of what we can.

Start where you are, Do what you can.

Confidence is not only the ability to stand up in the crowded room and cast a spell on the audience with your great speech. If you can do it then Great, If you want to do it or need it for your job, practice then work on it. If you are not able to do it and neither need this skill for your career advancement, then don’t lose sleep over it. 

(Step-2) Finding out what you need, what you want and why you want is a huge step towards gaining confidence.

Be true to yourself while you are analysing your strengths and next steps. Each journey is unique. We all are born with different skills and talents. Comparing yourself to your peers won’t take you anywhere. Comparing your today with your yesterday might bring you closer to your future promises. You have what it takes and then build some more skills. Surround yourself with people who are also rooting for your success, and you are good to go.

(Step-3) Another keyword to gain Confidence is Action. Wanting things, dreaming about them, planning and then not doing anything about it won’t change your confidence levels.

Some people dream of success, while other people get up every morning and make it happen.

Sounds promising but do not know where to go from here. Get in touch, and we will partner to get you small projects to work on and build confidence.

 

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Lesson Posted on 05/02/2018 Language/Spoken English Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personal Effectiveness Training

Tips To Improve Spoken English

Mark Anthony Joseph

The importance of English cannot be overstated in this highly competitive world. Practising speaking is one of the most entertaining and satisfying aspects of learning English. Once you are able to speak little English, there are a number of ways to improve your English Speaking skills quickly while... read more

 

The importance of English cannot be overstated in this highly competitive world. Practising speaking is one of the most entertaining and satisfying aspects of learning English. Once you are able to speak little English, there are a number of ways to improve your English Speaking skills quickly while having fun too. In this article, we have shared some excellent tips to help English learners who are looking for spoken English material for beginners to improve their spoken English while having great time learning.

  • Speak, Speak, and Speak!:

Speak as often as possible to as many people as you can! Do not be inhibited to make mistakes! The more you practice the better you will become. Regular practice also makes you confident and you will improve your pronunciation and vocabulary too. It should be noted that speaking is a skill like learning a musical instrument or a new sport. The only way to learn something is to actually do it!

  • Improve Your English Pronunciation:

Good pronunciation helps people comprehend your spoken English clearly, even if you do not know many words. There are various levels of pronunciation, and English learners can reach those levels to improve their pronunciation and become an effective English speaker. You can practice your pronunciation.

  • Listen to More English:

Most English learners read too much and listen less in English. If you want to improve your Spoken English, then spend more time on listening English. You can listen to the audio while you read the text and then read the text aloud, trying to reproduce the articulation you heard in the audio.

  • Learn Real Conversational English Skills:

If you are in the early stages of English learning, then learn real conversational English. Do not limit your knowledge to “proper” or book-taught language. This is because native speakers do not speak textbook English. They use a lot of idioms and figures of speech when they speak.

  • Use Subtitles:

Learners can use Podcasts to listen to English frequently. You can also turn on the subtitles if you feel they are essential.

  • Keep a Diary with you:

Keep a diary with you all the time. You can use this diary to express your ideas in English. Your brain needs to learn to ‘think’ in English, in order to speak and communicate in English effectively.

  • Do Interesting Activities in English:

Doing various activities in English can help you greatly. You can take a cooking course in English or join a book club! You must do anything you enjoy doing and ensure you communicate it in English. Talking in English about things you enjoy will make English practising a positive experience.

  • Have a Debate in English:

Have a debate with your friends on the topics that interest you in English. Try to use as much vocabulary as you can to get your point across and listen to the other arguments carefully so you can argue against them effectively.

  • Use a Dictionary:

Online dictionaries come with audio examples so you can check your pronunciation and there are lots of great dictionary apps that you can take everywhere with you on your Smartphone. Make sure not to become too dependent on these tools, though. Say the words first, and then check to see if you were right!

  • Watch English DVD’s:

We recommend learners to watch DVDs more than TV. It’s better to use something that you can watch over and over again to grab the information you might have skipped the first time. On the other hand, watching TV only gives you the opportunity to perceive sound correctly. This is a good option for high-level students. It can be a great practice for speaking to native English speakers so you don’t have to inquire them to say again themselves!

  • Read Graded Books:

English learners must read graded readers. These books are particularly written for your level. After reading a whole novel, you will feel great. Children’s books have easier words and are an excellent choice for graded readers. Not only this, newspapers too are a great source to discover submissive constructs. Read through an article and perceive if you would be able to discover the inactive sentences.

  • Read to Understand the Meaning:

The purpose of the reading should be to read for the general meaning first. You do not need to worry about understanding every word. But you can go back and look up new words. If you don’t understand a word in a sentence, look at the other words around it. They will give you a clue and you can try to deduce the importance from the context.

  • Don’t Translate:

Do not translate into English from your own words. Think in English to advance your fluency. Talk to yourself. Just like driving a car can be learned through doing it. You cannot learn English from a book. The most natural way to learn English is through talking.

  • Brainstorm Ideas:

To become a better English speaker, brainstorm ideas and thoughts and write them onto a paper without worrying about grammar or spelling. After writing, you can think about the sentence structure. Finally, read it through or you can give it to someone else to check for mistakes.

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Lesson Posted on 23/01/2018 Tuition/Engineering Diploma Tuition/Development of Life Skills Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personal Effectiveness Training Tuition/BA Tuition/Personal Growth And Development

Manage Your Manager

Ritu Mehta

Career Coach and Counselor / Life Coach I can help you - 1. If you are a student, want to talk...

You may ask me why I need to manage my manager or the way I prefer to call it – Lead my boss? Let’s see why! Because it: Makes your job easy. If she is on your side, your chances of climbing the ladder are high. Insight into opportunities and changes ahead of real-time. You have a... read more

You may ask me why I need to manage my manager or the way I prefer to call it – Lead my boss?

Let’s see why! Because it:

  • Makes your job easy.
  • If she is on your side, your chances of climbing the ladder are high.
  • Insight into opportunities and changes ahead of real-time.
  • You have a stress free environment to operate.

Read on if you also believe that there is a merit in managing your manager. The first step towards it is knowing your manager really well. Like:

  • Is she a listener or a reader?
  • She likes an overview or has an eye for detail?
  • How often she wants you to report?

Find out the answers to these and more and then adapt to the communication style.

Now, in real world, challenges will come for sure. The right way to bring up an issue with your manager is to: 

  • Describe the problem.
  • Identify the solution / options / approach.
  • Explain the consequences.
  • Take accountability.

Okay, what do you have to do? Here is a quick rule book for you. Follow it along and ask me questions when you get stuck:

  • Accept the fact that she has been given responsibility to manage your work.
  • When she asks you to bring a fish, bring her back a whale. It means delivering more than you are supposed to. Go that extra mile.
  • Build on your and her strengths and make her look good.
  • Bring solutions, not questions.
  • Try not to complain or whine or cry in front of her!
  • She is not your friend, maybe on the social media but not really. You can be friendly without being friends. Know the difference!

Remember you have to manage her, not transform her. Understand your boss! She is your Career Catalyst.

Now let me ask you a question, which pointers you think you can go back and start implementing at your workplace?

 

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Lesson Posted on 11/01/2018 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Presentation Skills Training Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personal Effectiveness Training Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personality Development Training

Presentation: Skills You Need To Present With Confidence

Ritu Mehta

Career Coach and Counselor / Life Coach I can help you - 1. If you are a student, want to talk...

You know the subject. You know the people who will be attending your presentation. You know the setting. You know the rules. Yet, you freeze when it is show time. Sounds familiar? Read on for some suggestions to overcome similar situations. First, let’s get basic pointers out of our way: 1.... read more

You know the subject. You know the people who will be attending your presentation. You know the setting. You know the rules.

Yet, you freeze when it is show time.

Sounds familiar? Read on for some suggestions to overcome similar situations.

First, let’s get basic pointers out of our way:

1. Content is the King and you have to conquer this king. It means that you have to know your subject. Like really really know it! More than your audience do. Actually, much more than they do.

Why? Because then that gives you an edge over others in the room. It also gives you inner confidence to stand up and be in command. Knowledge is the power. And now you have it. And your audience doesn’t have it. That makes them sit down and listen to you. And that is your goal!

2. Keep it simple. Just focus on the core message. Do not try to cover the whole lot of things in one go or one slide.

3. Smile and keep the eye contact most of the time.

4. Do not read the slides. Remember, your audience can read too. Use slides as the backdrop and focus more on having dialogues with your audience.

5. Use more of numbers, facts, pictures, videos and less of text in your presentations.

Now, here are some suggestions to make it even better and effective:

i. Think like your audience: Why should they listen to you? What is in it for them? Maybe there is something for you but what is for them? Your message should be built around their needs, ease, and understanding. Focus on their reactions and energy in the room during the presentation. Adjust your delivery style accordingly. If you notice audience reaching out for their phones, ask questions or engage them in group discussion. Keep them engaged and interested.

ii. Start and End: We humans are quick to judge. You have few minutes to capture or lose your audience’s attention. If your start is powerful (or funny!) and you take off on a high note, it will give you boost you need for continued momentum.

You want your audience to leave the room with the positive and inspiring message. Hence, concluding your content in a meaningful way is always a good idea.

iii. Body language and voice modulation: If you are not interested and do not show your enthusiasm for your content, no one else will do that either. Hence, it is very important that you are extremely engaged and excited about presenting. You must display this engagement through your positive body language. Also, speak slowly and clearly. Stress on important points and phrases. Stop there to ask questions. The tone, pitch, and your voice is the indicator of your confidence.

Voice modulations don’t always come easy. It needs practice. You can also watch and learn from people you admire and look up to for their fine speaking skills.

There is this and there is more to it. Go for one-on-one coaching for personalized solutions to get rid of social anxiety and improve your game plan.

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Lesson Posted on 03/01/2018 Life Skills Coaching Tuition/BA Tuition/Personal Growth And Development Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personal Effectiveness Training

How To Replace A Bad Habit With A Good One: Actionable Steps You Can Start Right Now

Ritu Mehta

Career Coach and Counselor / Life Coach I can help you - 1. If you are a student, want to talk...

You want to change. You know you have to change. You don't know how to get started. Keep reading for next steps. Here you go: 1. Try replacing a bad one with a good one instead of focusing on eliminating bad one completely. It is also good to know what gave birth to the bad one in the first place.... read more
You want to change. You know you have to change. You don't know how to get started. 
Keep reading for next steps. Here you go:
 
1. Try replacing a bad one with a good one instead of focusing on eliminating bad one completely. It is also good to know what gave birth to the bad one in the first place. For example, if you find yourself spending a lot of time on social media then maybe you do not have challenging enough goals right now. You have free time and hence you are killing it on the internet. 
 
Think about it, if you are driven enough to complete certain chapters/tasks by the day end then you will not have inclination or time to go online. 
 
Challenge yourself and get going. Aim big.
 
2. Plan ahead: If you know already that you reach out for junk snacks and you are trying to eat clean right now, then buy only healthy snacks. You cant eat what you don't have in stock. You will end up eating what is easily available to you.
 
3. Increase your awareness about yourself, your environment and your trigger points. If you end up drinking too much when you meet the certain group of people and hit the bar, then you got to fix your environment. Choose your company wisely and kill the trigger points of habits you are not so proud of. They say you become like five people you hang out the most. Your inner circle and their lifestyle are very critical in determining your environment. If your parents, siblings, friends are into fitness, there is a very big chance that you are health conscious too. 
 
4. Announce your goals and find support in your inner circle. Or seek the company of people who have same goals as you. Hanging out with like-minded people will keep you inspired and challenged. 
 
5. Forgive yourself if you slip up once in a while: You just have to go back to your new routine and not quit. Pick the learning or trigger of doing so and move on. All of us make mistakes. Making mistakes is okay and acceptable. Getting back in the game is important. 
 
All these steps help you only if you are aware of your gaps and determined to work on them. Awareness comes from deep and honest introspection. Go for it without beating yourself up. Get to the bottom of your behavior and change in behavior, track it and work on it. Come on, it is not rocket science for sure. Now all you need is a dash of passion and persistence.
 
What is that habit you can't give up? 
 
Let me leave this inspiring quote here for you to think about - ''We are what we repeatedly do'' - Aristotle.
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Answered on 23/11/2017 Language/Spoken English Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personal Effectiveness Training

Kiran K.

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Hi, Fahad, Don t feel self-conscious about pausing. Interviewers expect you to pause and think before answering complex questions. If your pause starts to feel awkward, it s okay to say something like, That s a great question. I just need a moment to decide on the best example to share.
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Answered on 29/05/2018 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personal Effectiveness Training

How to improve public speaking skills of a eleven year old child who is shy and timid?

Tanvi Madbhavi

Highly Qualified Tutor

Ask her a lot of questions related to her life but not personal life. Tell her to get mixed up with others. Speak with her a lot.
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Lesson Posted on 06/11/2017 Language/Spoken English Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personal Effectiveness Training +1 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Presentation Skills Training less

Role Play

Deepak Sharma

After completing MBA, I have started an eCommerce company. I have outstanding analytical and leadership...

Lesson: 1 (What’s your name?): A: "Excuse me, What’s your name?" B: "My name is Deepak. What’s yours?" A: "Sanjeev." B: "You speak English very well." A: "Thank you." B: "Do you know what time it is?" A: "Sure. It’s 10:30 PM." B: "What did you say?" A: "I said it’s... read more

Lesson: 1 (What’s your name?):

A: "Excuse me, What’s your name?"

B: "My name is Deepak. What’s yours?"

A: "Sanjeev."

B: "You speak English very well."

A: "Thank you."

B: "Do you know what time it is?"

A: "Sure. It’s 10:30 PM."

B: "What did you say?"

A: "I said it’s 10:30."

B: "Thank you."

A: "You’re Welcome."

Lesson: 2 (Asking Directions):

A: "Hi Sanjeev."

B: "Hi Deepak. What’s up?"

A: "I am looking for the airport. Can you tell me how to get there?"

B: "No, Sorry. I don’t know."

A: "I think I can take the subway to the airport. Do you know where the subway is?"

B: "Sure, it’s over there."

A: "Where, I don’t see it."

B: "Across the street."

A: "Oh, I see it now. Thanks."

B: "No problem."

A: "Do you know if there’s a restroom around here?"

B: "Yes, there’s one here. It’s in the store."

A: "Thank you."

B: "Bye."

A: "Bye Bye."

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Lesson Posted on 26/10/2017 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personal Effectiveness Training Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Power Of Coaching

Manjiri J.

I am the founder and proprietor of my coaching firm in Bangalore, known Reivent Coaching and Consulting....

Story: Fox and the grapes: We all have heard the famous fable about the fox and the grapes in our childhood. A fox was walking through the forest and spotted a bunch of grapes hanging from a tree. Being hungry he jumps at the hanging grapes but misses. He keeps trying and jumps repeatedly, but cannot... read more

Story: Fox and the grapes:

We all have heard the famous fable about the fox and the grapes in our childhood. A fox was walking through the forest and spotted a bunch of grapes hanging from a tree. Being hungry he jumps at the hanging grapes but misses. He keeps trying and jumps repeatedly, but cannot reach the grapes. Finally, he gives up and goes away saying” The grapes were probably sour anyway”.

Let us stop for a moment and think about this. The fox wanted the grapes and made an effort to reach them. He had the potential and strength to reach them. So what is one thing that could have enabled him to reach those grapes?  What would have made a difference in this situation of him wanting those grapes and he being able to reach them? What do you think?

What can make a difference?

Coaching can make a difference!

“Coaching is unlocking a person’s potential to maximize their own performance. It is helping them to learn rather than teaching them” - Timothy Gallway.

Coaching is a powerful tool that aims at rocketing individual performance and achieve outstanding results.  It also enables an individual to experience transformation and sense of well-being, joy and fulfilment.

Coaching is one of the fastest growing service industries today and Sheila Maher and Suzi Pomerantz state that [ International Journal of Coaching in Organizations, 2003, 1(2), 3-11.] “It is clear that coaching is not a fad and it is not new. Coaching is rooted in a range of philosophies and practices that can be traced back to Aristotle, Buddhist thought, Gestalt theory, and various gurus of ontology and business.”

Coaching is an effectual process that involves a partnership between two people. In the process, there are conversations within a context that leads to awareness, reflections, realisations, actions and results. Coaching is not a motivational tool. It is a process where the coach supports, encourages and challenges you to think differently.

In simple words, coaching encompasses the journey between where you are to where you want to be.

Who is a Coach?

  • A coach is a partner that helps you develop and tap into your strengths, maintain sustained efforts and stay focussed.
  • A coach is a resource that helps you clear your lens and have more clarity in your vision.
  • He is like a sounding board that listens to you from a deeper level as you think through ideas and produce results.
  • A coach is a space that provides stillness as you see different perspectives; attend to your deepest fears and your internal conflicts.

There are different kinds of coaches such as Sports, Fitness, Performance, Life, Executive, Health coach and so on.  Every coach works differently, based on his area of expertise.

What does a coach do?

A coach helps people produce excellent results at work and in life. He believes that people have limitless potential and works with those who are willing to work on themselves and wish to engage in the process of change, transformation and success.

A life coach helps individuals experience a sense of well-being and personal transformation by addressing various areas of their life. What does that exactly mean? Probably this might be a question in your mind. Let me share a couple of examples here.

I had this opportunity to work with a friend of mine. After more than two decades of working in a role, that he claimed was his passion, was suddenly finding a sense of dissatisfaction at work. He believed it was because he was not experiencing the freedom to work the way he wanted.  In the coaching sessions he discovered that he did have the freedom, so where was that sense of dissatisfaction coming from?  As I worked with him, his deeper thoughts unfolded. He realized, he wanted to earn more money, and through the sessions, he clearly saw a belief that was holding him from generating more money. Just knowing what was really causing the struggle within him, set him free.  With this insight, he then created a goal that motivated him and felt purposeful. We then created a plan and structure for him to achieve that. That’s the potential of coaching!

A challenge that one of my clients had was lack of confidence while speaking to people. He was aware that his voice trembled while speaking to people and that he spoke irrelevant matter while answering. Through our coaching conversations and few NLP processes what changed for him was that he started believing in his ideas and thinking. He began focusing on the conversation and not on his internal dialogue or the idea of impressing people. He got muscle into his conversations when he began expressing his own thoughts, insights and ideas. That’s the power of coaching!

Similarly, an Executive Coach helps professionals, leaders, managers to improve their performance at work, achieve organizational goals, progress in their career and find a sense of joy and purpose at work. Here I would like to share one of my significant coaching experiences.

“One of the challenges that I faced as a leader in my organization was the team not maintaining discipline in the processes involving paperwork and response to the internal communication. I struggled for a very long time and had several flight and fight scenes at the office.  But when I worked with a coach, in just one session, I became aware that I was trying to fix a leak where it was not happening. Some other part of the pipeline needed plumbing. That Aha moment threw me into a spiral of actions. The processes smoothened out and today I share the best relation I could imagine with my team.”

We all have limitless potential:

  • Currently, are you looking at achieving some goals? If you are, then do you have clarity about what you truly want? Is it just a hazy image or just a lingering thought in your head as a “maybe” plan?
  • Is there any challenge that you are facing and think that this is how it will be? Really? Does it have to? Think again!
  • Have you started working on something and are wondering if your direction is right?
  •  Do you wish to bring change in some areas of your life, certain behaviours, or an emotion, but are not sure how? If you are experiencing moments like these, then you can certainly benefit from coaching.

In fact ”you” are the most powerful ingredient that makes coaching brilliant. When you step into the coaching space with an intention and single-mindedness of working on your growth, improvement, success and fulfilment, magic happens. What you focus on expands and gets stronger!

So looking back at our story of the fox reaching out to his grapes as a metaphor, do you think he needed a coach? I don’t think he needed one. But if he truly wanted those grapes and wished to expand his potential a notch higher, then a coach would have certainly enabled him to tap into it.

“You don’t have to be great to get started, but you have to get started to be great” - Les Brown.

Move, jump, leap and keep that smile on!

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