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Professional Coaching

We all have goals we want to reach, challenges we’re striving to overcome and times when we feel stuck. Partnering with a coach can change your life, setting you on a path to greater personal and professional fulfillment.

What Isn't Coaching?

Coaching isn't consulting where consultants provide advises and solutions. Coaching isn't mentoring where someone more senior and experience mentors someone more junior. Coaching isn't counselling where a counselor counsels on past issues mainly dealing with psychological and emotional areas.

What's Coaching?

International Coaching Federation (ICF) defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential. The process of coaching often unlocks previously untapped sources of imagination, productivity and leadership.

Types of Coaching

Executive Coaching

Executive coaching if for senior managers and directors, where performance development is a key concern. It is also called leadership or performance coaching. Within one-on-one sessions, clients are afforded an opportunity to reflect and develop a personal awareness of their strengths and work on weaknesses or specific issues they find challenging.

Career Coaching

Career coaching is for anyone who is just starting out on a career or years into one and wants to advance or make changes in their career. The career coaching process helps clients understand the world of work and their own personal development. Within this space, coaches assist clients in establishing a career action place with, the intent of enhancing employability.

Life Coaching

This type of coaching intends to support individuals who wish to make some form of significant change happen in their lives. Personal Life coaches help clients to explore what they want in life, define attainable dreams and aspirations. Find answers and ways to achieve their goals. Highlight and understand their own potential, skills and talents

Relationship Coaching

Most relationship coaches work in their own way, but a common approach for most coaches is to have initial sessions where they identify the couples' major issues and goals, as well as the barriers and obstacles that are currently standing in their way (eg. financial issues, trust).

Parenting Coaching

Parent coaching helps parents clarify how they want their relationships with their children to be, and offers them tools to create a deeper and more fulfilling connection for their family. A parent coach will help you get clear on your parenting values, experiences and goals.

Recovery Coaching

Recovery coaching supports any positive change, helping persons coming home from treatment to avoid relapse, build community support for recovery, or work on life goals not related to addiction such as relationships, work, or education.

ICF Credentials

ACC
  • ICF Associate Certified Coach
  • 60+ hours of coaching education
  • 100+ hours of coaching experience
  • 10 hours of Mentor Coaching
  • Successful completion (passing score) of a performance evaluation
  • Successful completion (passing score) of the ICF Credentialing Exam
PCC
  • ICF Professional Certified Coach
  • 125+ hours of coaching education
  • 500+ hours of coaching experience
  • 10 hours of Mentor Coaching
  • Successful completion (passing score) of a performance evaluation
  • Successful completion (passing score) of the ICF Credentialing Exam
MCC
  • ICF Master Certified Coach
  • 200+ hours of coaching education
  • 2,500+ hours of coaching experience
  • 10 hours of Mentor Coaching
  • Successful completion (passing score) of a performance evaluation
  • Successful completion (passing score) of the ICF Credentialing Exam
  • Holds, or previously held, PCC Credential

Blog Articles

6 Popular Coaching Models that Professional Coaches Use

Coaches don’t tell you what to do. They don’t give you a long list of things to tick off. Instead, you will be asked to analyse, reflect and then take action as coaching is a learning conversation. The intended result … Read More

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Life Coach vs Leadership Executive Coach

While there are some very stark distinctions between both forms of coaching, in general, both a Life Coach and an Executive/Leadership Coach works with a client to help them move forward with a firm objective and purpose. The difference between … Read More

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Difference Between Coaching, Mentoring and Counselling

While mentoring, coaching and counseling can all be tools to support the development of employees, they differ in some significant ways. It’s important to understand the differences between these frameworks to ensure your leadership style is as beneficial as possible … Read More

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Stanley Ng (Stan)

Stan is a trainer, consultant, coach, and keynote speaker for the past 15 years and has personally trained, consulted, and coached over 5,000 professionals from 45 Fortune 500 companies globally. Stan is an ICF Professional Certified Coach, ICF PCC Assessor and ICF Coach Education Trainer. Stan actively delivers ICF accredited coach education training in Singapore. 

Started his career as an IT engineer in 2005. By 2007, he led a team of 27 professionals from 7 countries (Philippines, India, China, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore). By 2008, he started delivering training for Fortune 500. By 2011, he helped manage successful 6-figure businesses both locally and offshore. With 12 years of experience managing businesses, global teams, and training Fortune 500,  he naturally gravitated towards Executive Coaching. 

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