Rajat is a Master Certified Leadership coach with 17+ years of industry experience and over 2500 hours of coaching experience, helping people and organizations attain maximum effectiveness. His background includes working with CXOs, senior managers, managers and board of directors of small private companies to multibillion dollar publicly traded organizations. He works with leadership teams of organizations and helps them become more accountable, take ownership and become more successful by focusing on ROI. He also works with teams to increase collaboration and teamwork, as the organization grows larger.
Rajat runs a boutique leadership-coaching firm “Coach-To-Transformation” with offices in India, Malaysia, Bahrain and UAE. He is a certified mentor coach and trains Leaders, HR professionals and future coaches in the art of coaching via an globally approved program by ICF. Rajat also sits on board as advisor to couple of startups as well provides mentorship to some startups. He sits on Independent Review Board (Ethics Committee) of the International Coach Federation and is a leadership speaker. He also served on the panel of Judges for the prestigious global ICF PRISM Award. He has worked as Vice President for Accenture India and was leading their IT consulting and Cisco Partnership division while handling multi million dollar accounts and P&L. He has consulted for large conglomerates and helped them achieve their agendas and outcomes. He has program managed and delivered large IT programs across the Globe and led large IT teams from diverse cultures and countries.
The findings of the study is impactful bringing out the needs of every coachee as they are different and it has culture context. Share the major findings based on the data collected of 70 responds at this stage of the project with the ICF Community.
Smart Sourcing: Asking relevant questions to prospective coaches Sensible Design: Must-dos v/s Good-to-have elements in a Coaching engagement Positioning coaching: Different coaching formats, which one is best for your internal coachees Measuring ROI: Tools and measures preferred by Indian clients