Sonali Sinha

Sonali is an Executive Coach and Leadership Facilitator. She brings to her coaching 25 years of experience working with business leaders & entrepreneurs. She combines her experience with a passion for psychology and her multiple coaching credentials to add value to clients in leadership roles. Sonali helps leaders inspire through clarity of vision, be more strategic in their decision-making, manage their time better, and focus on what delivers results for their business. An investment banker (>16 years), CEO of a non-profit (3 years), independent board director of a public company (> 5 years), and a business owner herself (> 5 years), Sonali brings a wealth of experience. She has a deep interest in psychology and has applied various concepts from positive psychology, cognitive behaviour and transactional analysis in her work. Sonali believes that coaching is about bringing transformational change. Her approach promotes congruence. Credentials • Professional Certified Coach (PCC), International Coaching Federation (ICF) • Senior Practitioner, European Individual Accreditation, European Mentoring & Coaching Council (EMCC) • Transactional Analysis 101, The Berne Institute, UK and UKATA (UK Assoc. of Transactional Analysis) • Emotional Intelligence - EQ-i 2.0 & EQ 360 Certified, Multi-Health Systems Inc. (MHS) • Certified Instructional Designer, Carlton Advanced Management Institute (CAMI) Sonali is also part of Rotary International and has held leadership roles in various capacities in her clubs over the last 4 years. She believes in giving back to society in terms of time, talent and treasure. Sonali is based in Singapore and works with clients across Singapore, India, Hong Kong and Australia currently.

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