• Meet Anil Dagia

    Meet Anil Dagia

    - ICF Credentialed Coach, PCC
    - Certified Trainer of Neuro Linguistic Programming
    - Trained in South Africa by Dr Terri Ann Laws
    - Trainer Member of ANLP CIC, UK
  • Unconventional, No Box Thinker

    Unconventional, No Box Thinker

    - Probably India's Most Innovative NLP Trainer
    - Creator & Master Trainer of Emotional Fitness GymTM
    - 1st NLP Trainer in India to offer NLP based training in Online mode
  • Trainer Who Does Not Use Powerpoint

    Trainer Who Does Not Use Powerpoint

    - Trained/coached over 10,000 people across 14 nationalities
    - Conducted Trainings in Dubai, South Africa & India
  • Highly Recommended

    Highly Recommended

    - Watch Video testimonials
    - More than 2000 skill endorsements on linkedin Read More
  • Interviewed by Times Of India

    Interviewed by Times Of India

    - Interview published on Front Page in Times of India - Pune Times dated 18-Oct-2013
    - India's most widely read English newspaper with an average issue readership of 76.5 lakh (7.65 million) !! Read More
  • Interviewed by Mid-Day in Sep-2013

    Interviewed by Mid-Day in Sep-2013

    - Interview published in Mid-Day dated 27-Sep-2013
    - The most popular daily for the Young Urban Mobile Professionals across India Read More
  • Interviewed for 2nd time by Mid-Day in Jul-2014

    Interviewed for 2nd time by Mid-Day in Jul-2014

    - 2nd Interview published in Mid-Day dated 10-Jul-2014
    - The most popular daily for the Young Urban Mobile Professionals across India Read More
  • Interviewed by MJ Shubhra of Radio One 94.3 FM in Nov-2013

    Interviewed by MJ Shubhra of Radio One 94.3 FM in Nov-2013

    - Interview aired on Raio One 94.3 FM on 27-Nov-2013
    - The most popular FM radio station across India Read More
  • Sample Client List

    Sample Client List

  • 1st ICF + NLP Dual Certification In One Training

    1st ICF + NLP Dual Certification In One Training

    - 1st NLP Training in India to be approved by ICF
    - Option of Distance Learning available through partnership
    - (disclaimers apply) Read More
  • Practical NLP that you can use in the Boardroom

    Practical NLP that you can use in the Boardroom

    - Probably the only NLP trainer in India who focuses on NLP that you can use
    - Does not focus on Therapy or Classroom Only type of learning Read More
  • Emotional Fitness Gym

    Emotional Fitness Gym

    - A unique model blending the fields of Neuroscience, Emotional Intelligence, NLP into a Fitness model Read More
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Why Become An ICF Certified NLP Coach?

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Growing Size Of Coaching Profession
"Everyone needs a coach. Every famous performer has somebody who's a coach, somebody who can watch what they are doing and say, ‘is that what you really meant’, give them perspective. The one thing people are never good at, is seeing themselves as others see them. A coach really really helps." ~Google CEO Eric Shmidt in an interview on CNN.

World wide there is a perception of coaching as a profession. There are now over 47,500 coaches worldwide and this profession is generating revenues of over 2 billion USD globally and is expected to have an increase in demand for coaching services as well as in revenues in the coming years. There's been a rapid growth in this profession in Eastern Europe & Asia.

The biggest threat to this profession comes form individuals calling themselves coaches, who in fact are not qualified, credentialed or in fact in any way trained to be coaches.

The biggest opportunity lies in making the public aware of what are the advantages & benefits to be obtained from coaching & looking at the return on investment by those who are taking part in the coaching profession.

Continue reading below for the research findings on coaching as a profession or click here to read why NLP based ICF Coach Certification makes so much sense.

Research Findings
In 2007, the coaching Industry in the USA was generating US$2.4billion of revenue and was growing at about 18% per year, making it the fastest growing industry behind information technology.
~Praxis Paper 14: Coaching and Mentoring for Leadership Development in Civil Society, INTRAC 2007, p. 9

Among the findings in a 2008 research by the American Management Association (AMA), it stated that coaching continued to gain in popularity and coaching’s international future looks bright. Among respondents who said their organizations did not yet have coaching programs, a sizable proportion (37% in the North American sample and 56% in the international sample) said such programs will be implemented in the future.
~AMA. Coaching: A Global Study, p.vi

By 2009, an estimation of up to 50,000 coaches were operating worldwide in 85 countries. Coaching has entered maturity on the product-life-cycle stage in only 2 countries while in no country it is in decline. With more than two thirds of all the coaches based in the European Union, USA and Canada  (representing just 13% of the world population) and 80% of all business coaches of the world in Europe, North America and Australia (representing just 20% of the world population), there is certainly a potential for growth of the profession in the other countries.

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~Frank Bresser Consulting, The State Of Coaching Across The Globe: Results Of The Global Coaching Survey 2008/2009 (August 2009), p.29.

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