“To see things in the seed, that is genius,” – Lao Tzu

Life coaching differs from counselling and therapy, in that both look at past experiences. The uniqueness of Life coaching starts from the present and takes you into the future through a journey of personal and professional discovery.

Life coaching looks holistically into your overall well-being and where appropriate, brings out the specific kind of developing that is needed to enrich you from being good to becoming great. Should you be facing issues, Life coaching supports your intentional development which releases possibilities and creates sustainable growth, transforming you from a lesser state to a greater, more fulfilling state of being and doing.

Each life coaching session is highly tailored to the Individual who is being coached; you will choose what is most important and how you want move forward.


What is Executive Coaching?


Executive coaching supports the discovery of the “leader” in you as you move through various leadership transitions and endeavor to sustain your professional moments. Based on several studies done, leadership is a “people business” and emotional intelligence (EQ) is the missing link. EQ helps leaders know themselves and use their own strengths — and work with and through people effectively.

“No doubt emotional intelligence is more rare than book smarts, but my experience says it is actually more important in the making of a leader. You just can’t ignore it.”

– Jack Welsh, Wall Street Journal, “Four E’s (a Jolly Good Fellow)”

What is ICF Mentor Coaching?

“Mentor Coaching is an important requirement of the ICF Credentialing process and is vital to the development and growth of the individual seeking an ICF Credential.

According to the ICF, Mentor Coaching means: “a credential applicant being coached on their coaching skills rather than coaching on practice building, life balance, or other topics unrelated to the development of an applicant’s coaching skill.”

Mentor Coaching provides the opportunity to share your coaching skills with someone who can provide feedback regarding your use of the ICF Core Competencies. Mentor Coaching should take place over an extended time in a cycle that allows for listening and feedback from the Mentor Coach, and reflection and practice on the part of the individual being mentored.”

Amongst the few in Asia, we are excited to offer this opportunity to those seeking to work with a Mentor Coach for the purposes of gaining or renewing ICF ACC or PCC credentialing. The International Coach Federation (ICF) requires 10 hours of work with a mentor coach for ACC or PCC applicants who are submitting for certification over a period of at least 3 months.

Sessions can be tailored and carried out via Skype or Zoom.