On Thursday, March 10 from 7 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. IST (Indian Standard Time) we are hosting the fourth part of “Coffee with Coaches – Mental Wellness.”
How many of us can relate to seeing the world and situations through the eyes of a victim? How many times do we get caught up in playing that role, having that feeling of helplessness, and not sure how to come out of it? How does it impact the way we see ourselves and inhibit our own growth? How do we ensure we do not attract the same situations again so that we are not victims?
One of the most pertinent aspects of human beings is to blame other for the situations and to never find ways to overcome this. But, are we truly acknowledging the way “playing the victim” stumps our growth and our wellness. Let’s find out more about this aspect in the next session of Coffee with Coaches- Mental wellness – Part 4, with Coaches Sangeetha Balachandar and Kiran Kumar.
Meet Your Coaches
|Sangeetha Balachandar has been seeking ways to unlock human potential. For over a quarter of a century, she has worked to bring the best out of the people. A certified coach on positive intelligence, Sangeetha believes that every human has an infinite potential waiting to be unleashed. Sangeetha is a post-graduate in Human Resources and has held several leadership positions in multinational organizations for over a decade.
|Kiran Kumar has been an entrepreneur for 12 years and currently heads an AI company, UniQreate (pronounced uni-create), which he co-founded in 2015. A bigger part of his life has been Japanese Martial Arts, where he’s been coaching for more than 15 years. Having been inspired by the art to keep growing, he ventured into Preventative Healthcare, Strength and Conditioning Coaching, Behavioural Psychology and eventually to Mental Fitness Coaching using the framework of Positive Intelligence created by Prof. Shirzad Chamine at Stanford University.
His current roles at his company are Chief Technology Officer and Chief People Officer. He’s taken up the second title so that he could become directly involved in Activating Growth within the company at the human interaction level. He is passionate about bringing in en-lightened leadership, through effective use of emotional freedom within the leadership and the teams.
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