Shan Moorthi is Director, Center for Coaching & Mentoring, at Teamcoach International. He is a Professional Trainer, Facilitator and Coach. He is Vice-President of the International Association of Coaching (IAC) and Member of the IAC Board of Governors.
Shan has been in Learning and Development for the past 20 years. He has been inspiring leaders to seek their purpose in Leading, Coaching and Mentoring others. He is the author of ‘Coaching with R.E.S.P.E.C.T’ where he shares his own Coaching journey and shares his personal insights in coaching others.
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A Taste of What We Discussed
Leaders and Ethics
- People often want to sweep the issue under the carpet
- Leaders need to clarify their purpose (why are they there?) – different from vision
- Need to constantly discuss ethics, so that it’s ingrained
Leadership is at every level. First of all we need to lead ourselves and then lead others.
Knowing about Emotional Intelligence is not enough. We need “emotional excellence” – the heart motivation to practice emotional intelligence.
Emotional excellence is very important in this digital world. We can be as high tech as we want, but we need “high touch” and for Shan that is all about practising emotional excellence.
Drum Circle Facilitation
Trained as a Drum Circle Facilitor, Shan finds value in using it to empower groups, and related it to the Bruce Tuckman “Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing” development stages.
The digital revolution
A big opportunity. Automation helps us save time so we have more time available for conversation and interaction.
What keeps leaders awake at night
The question, “How do I continuously serve my purpose, despite all the challenges?”
An Internationally Certified Trainer, Facilitator and Coach, over the past 20 years Shan has trained, facilitated and coached participants across the Asian region on various aspects of Leadership, Team Development, Emotional Excellence and Performance Coaching. His innovative, interactive and high impact approaches empower his participants to experience, reflect and act for self and organizational improvements.