Are you proud of the way you lead?
Leadership is one of the most difficult and exhilarating things you can do. My experience showed me that great leadership is rooted in attention -- paying effective attention to the work, to the people you work with, and importantly, to yourself. Paying attention effectively, and to the right things, is a skill that can be cultivated. Honest feedback, unbiased thought-partnership and a space to work out thorny problems will help you pay attention to the most important melody lines.
Find Work You Love
Do you love what you do?
This coaching will help you identify and move into work that will feed your soul and your bank account. If you've been dreaming about a re-invention, or working abroad, or finding your place in a mission-driven company, but don’t know how to get started, this coaching can help. You don't have to do all the thinking and leaping alone. Job search strategies, resume, cover letter and interview preparation included.
Recover Your Time
Do your hours and goals align?
Your time is your life. How you spend your time is the truest expression of your values and your goals. But too often it doesn't feel like you have much choice over the way you spend your time -- routine things take time; family and friends take time; and your own likes + dislikes can work against productivity. What if you could recover "lost time" and accomplish the most important things every day? Using a self-love and neuroscience-based approach, I can help you do that.
Hi, I'm Tali Shmulovich. Coaching is my calling. For as long as I can remember, I've been curious about people and their experiences. And I've always been a good listener. Listening was my way of connecting with others, and I practiced all the time.
To become a coach, I had to take my listening to a new level, listening not only to what's said and the emotions around it, but also to what's not said and sometimes not even realized.
Coaching conversations are opportunities for people to connect deeply with themselves. They get to see different parts of themselves, some of which they may not have seen before, and they see their hopes and aspirations.
Through the quality of my listening, I listen people into talking. And through talking, people gain insights and awareness that help them do the things they really want to do and be the person they really want to be.
My coaching is influenced by my life-long study of the way we spend our time, because how we spend our time is how we spend our lives. I read my first time management book at ten and since then have been reading and thinking about the alignment between our time, what we say we want, and the amount of fulfillment we feel.