Supervision lifts my coaching to a different level
Sushil Jhangiani works with senior executives individually, and also works with leadership teams. He has been in supervision with Alison for several years. In this video, Sushil talks about the space created in a supervision session to bring in whatever you need to talk about, and how the session can move you to a completely different place, opening up new possibilities for specific work and your overall practice.
‘I go away with a completely different perspective about the coachee, or about the coaching itself, or indeed about my role in it. When I take it back into my coaching, it lifts the entire coaching intervention to a different level. That’s the value that comes out of this.’
Sushil Jhangiani has over 25 years of business experience across countries and cultures. He has over 1000 hours of coaching experience, and has also facilitated over 100 workshops with senior leadership teams. In his coaching and leadership development work, Sushil has worked across diverse sectors and areas such as manufacturing, offshore services, IT, banking, UN agencies and Non Governmental Organisations, both in India and abroad.
Sushil is also a strategic consultant and marketing teacher. He spent the first 13 years of his career as a marketing professional, working for Procter and Gamble, and Reckitt Benckiser in India, Europe, and the Americas. Sushil is also a visiting faculty in the Marketing Area at the Indian Institute of Management in Ahmedabad. He teaches both first and second year students of the flagship Post Graduate Program. He also mentors students at the Young India Fellowship, a liberal arts finishing program for exceptional minds.
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