Uncommon leadership focuses on achieving success by helping others grow. Uncommon Leadership is also about taking people along and helping them become a better version of themselves. Uncommon leaders understand that it's not just about building an empire or making millions in revenue – they understand also about the journey and the teams they build along the way. These leaders relentlessly focus on elevating others as they elevate themselves, and their organisations. What makes someone an Uncommon Leader? How can someone make that journey from being a good leader to an extraordinary one? Coaching is the key or that code that unlocks Uncommon Leadership. In this session, Ruchira will crystallize the why of Coaching - why coaching is the most crucial ingredient in the leadership mix, and how the best in the business get it right by focusing on their people. How can external coaches like us help these leaders become better ‘leader coaches’ who can elevate, empower, enable and maximize the potential of those they lead. Key Takeaways: What makes someone an Uncommon or Extraordinary Leader? The Four Cornerstones Framework (from the book) How can we coach these Uncommon Leaders helping them to shine brighter while shining this light on others? Continuing Education Credits: This webinar is approved for 1 CEU from The International Coaching Federation (ICF) (1 Core Competency), National Board for Health & Wellness Coaching (NBHWC), EMCC Global, Association for Coaching and Wellcoaches. In order to receive credit you must attend live and complete a survey after the webinar (emailed the day after the webinar). Watching a recording will not qualify you for CEUs. Meet Our Speaker Ruchira Chaudhary An alumna of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, Ruchira straddles the corporate and academic worlds – she is a leading executive coach, adjunct faculty at several top tier business schools and runs a boutique consulting firm focused on organizational strategy solutions. She has over two decades of experience in emerging markets in Asia, the Middle East and North Africa.