Ruchi is an Professional Certified coach (PCC) certified by the International Coach Federation focusing on Life Coaching for Executives with Leadership Development.
Ruchi is also an Accredited Belbin Facilitator. Ruchi has helped high-performance, high- potential individuals to build emotional resilience and a positive mindset to get to the next level in their lives personally and professionally.
She has coached professionals from a wide range of industries, including but not limited to financial services, technology, media and legal and of diverse nationalities and cultures.
Ruchi is also a lawyer by profession having practiced law in India and in Hong Kong. Her mission is to empower & inspire individuals, teams and organizations to reach their potential & drive positive change in the world.
Ruchi conducts various talks and events for corporates and executives. She has also been featured and published in many esteemed publications
Topics that she typically covers in the talks and workshops are:
- Developing Next Gen Leaders by transforming self and inspiring others
- Effective Communication in Leadership roles
- Learning to stand up for yourself- Being “Assertive” rather than “Aggressive”
- Diversity and Inclusion
- Work- life Harmony
- Time Management / Increasing Productivity
- Performance Management (know what is expected out of you)
- Managerial Courage- Learning to say “No”
My main objective is to help clients move forward and find fulfillment & success in all the roles they play. Guiding individuals through a transition is part of this process, making them feel empowered and accomplished.
Ruchi was invited to speak on the topic of Collaborative Value Creation for the middle and senior management of an esteemed conglomerate in Singapore
Articles published in the Asian Money Guide
Many people pose the question, “Is work-life balance possible?”
To tell you the truth, I don’t think there is any such thing as work-life balance.
In my opinion, there’s no separation between “work” and “life”. They are intertwined.
Would you be able to go for an entire day without complaining? Take on the 24 hour no complaint challenge and find out.
Complaining is something that comes very naturally to us. Why do you think we complain? For some, we believe that it will make us feel better.
Ruchi empowers ambitious professionals, particularly women, who proverbially have “everything” but feel they are still missing something in their lives. It could be they feel that life is passing them by too quickly and that they want to slow down.
Ruchi was featured in Singapore’s Straits Times talking about raising resilient kids during Covid-19
Executive/life coach Ruchi Parekh, 39, had to do just that when her son, Arjun, became upset when his friends could not attend his fourth birthday party during the circuit breaker.
Glenn van Zutphen speaks to Ruchi Parekh, Executive / Life Coach about how we can keep motivated and positive, as we settle into the rhythm of isolation and remote working as well as how we can juggle work and life when working from home.
Ruchi was interviewed by the famous Rakhee Gandhi from Dubai where she spoke about the importance of having an attitude of gratitude
Ruchi was invited by the Global Insurance Company Metlife to do a podcast and video for it’s 20,000 Asian employees on the topics covering the following:
- Simple, Effective tips for ambitious professionals working from home to manage their kids without losing their sanity during lockdown!
- Tips for people to keep motivated and positive, as we settle into the rhythm of isolation and remote working
- How to juggle work and life – when working from home
It is so hard to forgive those who hurt us, but what we do not realise is that holding on to that anger is harming no one but ourselves. It is never-ending battle within that saps us out of all energy; forgiveness may be the best to finding happiness again.
Ruchi has been running events for the coaches and members of the International Coach Federation, Singapore chapter since 2016 where she shares her knowledge to help other coaches better themselves and their practice.
As we settle into the rhythm of isolation and remote working it can be challenging to juggle the various roles professionals play while dealing with the pandemic and the new normal.
Glenn and Neil spoke to Ruchi Parekh where she shared tips on simple and effective tips for professionals working from home to manage their family life and also learn how to work with remote teams.
Starting something new can be daunting in the best of times and doing it in a pandemic makes it even more complicated.
It’s never too late to take the plunge, but here are several factors to consider before diving head first – and eyes wide open – into it