Ramesh Nair

What do you wish your prospects would understand before they talk to you? by Ramesh Nair

• Coaching is a collaborative process: You do the work, I can only guide and support.
• Be committed to change: Coaching is most effective when you are willing to invest time, effort, and energy. Have realistic expectations as well.
• Be open and vulnerable: Share your thoughts, feelings, and challenges openly.
• Reflect on your goals: Have a clear understanding of what you want to achieve.
• Be patient and persistent: Change takes time. Be patient with yourself and persistent in your efforts.
• Accountability: Be willing to hold yourself accountable for your actions and commitments.
• Confidentiality. Coaching is a safe space where you can express yourself without fear of judgment.
• Compatibility. The coaching relationship should be a good fit for both of us.

About Ramesh Nair

Ramesh is a seasoned Certified Leadership coach, Digital Strategist, and C-suite advisor. He is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) by the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and a Certified Senior Practitioner by the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC). Ramesh's LEAP© coaching model integrates neuroscience, emotional intelligence, adult development theories, & mindfulness practices. Ramesh spent over a decade in the United States & has worked in 10+ countries, gaining diverse cultural insights. He advises global non-profit organizations such as WILD, Global Shapers, and UNHCR to drive positive change. Ramesh recently co-authored a book, "The Pondering Leaf”, which is available on Amazon worldwide. (https://www.amazon.com/PONDERING-LEAF-journey-SURFER-ebook/dp/B0CXJJLSHF). He is also Board Advisor to ALAS d.o.o., an EU based IT company, where he advises on firm strategy. Before becoming an Executive Coach, Ramesh was Technology Executive advising Fortune 500 corporations on their IT and innovation agendas. As Client Partner and Practice Head, he oversaw business units generating annual revenues exceeding $300 million.

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