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  • So what is Executive Coaching?

    Mention this article, and we will also include an emotional intelligence and strengths profile with any Melina is an IECL certified coach to the highest level, ICF member, Emotional Intelligence, Heartmath & Conversational Intelligence practitioner and spent two decades+ in senior leadership roles before

  • When a leader's authenticity is put to the test.

    may get derailed by behaviours that deflect, defend, deny, divert or responses that are aggressive, emotional

  • How the New York Marathon shaped my leadership, inspiring PeopleQ.

    Persistence pays and it's amazing how words filled with genuine emotion might influence others.

  • Resonate Leadership

    special meaning or particularly important to people, - the ability to evoke enduring images, memories or emotions If you're wondering what skills are needed to achieve this, it starts with emotional intelligence, trust As a coach, PeopleQ are trained in techniques and tools that build trust and emotional intelligence via

  • Take your Q with PeopleQ

    Episode 1 - An introduction to this new Leadership series with Suria and Mel

  • What I would do differently if I had an executive coach?

    I’ve been contemplating this. Back when I was in corporate, executive coaching was reserved for, well, executives, or coaching adopted to help navigate difficult situations/behaviours. So what could have been different for me? I would have spent more time self-reflecting which is the most critical muscle a leader can have. And perhaps I would have sharpened my awareness of my behaviour and actions, as well as that of others, to add more insight to my thinking? I would have been challenged to expand my perspective, to see it from another’s. Perhaps I would have been more empathetic and sharpened my people skills resulting in better relationships at work? I would have actioned monthly changes to my leadership style, and perhaps those small steps would have amounted to significant and positive change over the long haul? I would have bounced my thoughts and ideas around with someone else, and perhaps that could have led to more effective workplace decisions? I would have had someone help me navigate and manage my stress, and perhaps that could have improved my health and wellbeing? I would have found someone I could trust my deepest inner thoughts to, who would have seen what I couldn’t, and maybe their reflections could have resulted in bringing light to the beliefs that were holding me back? I would have had regular opportunity to release myself from the everyday doing, and perhaps this would have reignited my creativity and resulted in ideas with better execution? I would have checked that feeling in my gut, rather than sit with the circulating thoughts of doubt, questioning myself to the point of spiralling and feeling like all hope was lost, and maybe I would have found the courage to use my voice? I would have improved my memory of events, made more effective choices, become intimate with my values and beliefs and perhaps this would have built confidence and trust in me? I would have grown, taken more risks, used my voice more, and felt better about my achievements, and therefore happier and maybe this happiness would have spilled into my family and personal life. Melina Lipkiewicz is a certified IECL Executive coach and ICF member. To find out more about our coaching programs, visit our page here, or contact us for a confidential discussion. 0498 800 008.

  • Unleashing the power of leadership: A guide to Inspiring and Influencing others!

    Emotional Intelligence: Emotional intelligence is crucial to being an exceptional leader. Exceptional leaders have a high level of self-awareness, understanding their own emotions and their impact By fostering emotional intelligence, leaders cultivate strong relationships, enhance collaboration, and By promoting collaboration and empowerment, leaders tap into the collective intelligence of the team, By embodying strategic thinking, emotional intelligence, authenticity, coaching, collaboration, and resilience

  • What's driving the change to lead differently today? Leadership 4.0.

    Over the decades, research continues to weigh in on the benefits of emotional intelligence and positive The emotional intelligence consortium found when looking at leadership, two-thirds of their success was based on emotional intelligence, with The World Economic Forum listing emotional intelligence as one A study of partners in a consulting firm assessed for emotional intelligence competencies and found that in their roles scored significantly higher in emotional intelligence.

  • The Power of Executive Coaching: Revolutionizing Leadership Development

    Focus on Self-Awareness and Emotional Intelligence Our executive coaching places a strong emphasis on self-awareness and emotional intelligence, foundational to high performing leaders. By developing self-awareness, leaders better navigate complex challenges, manage their emotions and build With its personalized approach, focus on self-awareness and emotional intelligence, ongoing support and

  • The superpower of resilience.

    I’m not allowing my emotions to “act out” however I am allowing myself to experience those emotions and What are my emotions, what are they telling me and why are they appearing now? In my experience the most valuable skills come from building your emotional intelligence and accessing You can find out more about our Heartmath and emotional intelligence programs by contacting Melina on

  • The secret sauce to a thriving team.

    your culture is one where people collaborate and thrive, than one of the most likely skill sets is emotional intelligence. Genos took their deep love and insight for emotional intelligence a step further, and now we can offer

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