“No matter where you are at in your life, you need to have a backup plan.”- Sule Kutlay Gandur
In this episode, Ashutosh Garg converses with Sule Kutlay Gandur, an international executive coach, strategic consultant, and keynote speaker, based in Istanbul and Paris. Sule is a graduate of Columbia University’s master’s level coaching program. She is a renowned ‘resilience at work’ practitioner.
Sule shares with us the three key milestones in her life. The experienced coach opines about why coaching is becoming increasingly relevant in the corporate world. She puts forward the differences between a coach and a mentor. Later, Sule reveals who, in the corporate world, should look for a coach and for how long should an association seek coaching. Sule puts forward a methodology to evaluate the quality of a coach.
In the section that follows, the focus of the conversation shifts to ‘resilience at work’. Sule defines resilience and elaborates on its role in the workplace. The coach gives us lessons about how to build resilience and ameliorate negativities in the workplace. Sule describes the qualities a good CEO possesses. Towards the end of the conversation, Sule shares her learnings from the biggest failures in her life.
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