Dr Gareth Craze Ho Chi Minh
Performance Coach, Executive Coach, Life Coach
PhD, BCC, M.Com, PGDipBus(HRM)
Feeling stuck in a rut? Paralyzed trying to make an important life decision or career move? Consistently abandoning your goals? Unable to get the most of your personal and professional relationships? Lacking confidence? Suffering from impostor syndrome or people-pleasing? Unable to achieve the career progression and financial success you know you’re capable of achieving?
Every single one of these problems comes down to you not getting the most out of your own mind. Whichever walk of life or profession you hail from, your mind is the one tool you will need to achieve success in every project, relationship, and goal in your life. And yet our minds are so often overworked or neglected that we are unable to make progress on the things we most care about.
Dr. Gareth Craze is a behavioral scientist and coaching psychologist, as well as a board-certified executive coach, health and wellness coach, and personal lifestyle coach. He has coached people across numerous different backgrounds, industries and organizations, with extensive experience in coaching for behavior change, individual resilience, leadership development, workplace performance, and work-life balance. Gareth is also experienced in team learning and development, and is a certified Acceptance and Commitment Therapy group facilitator and coach.
Gareth holds a PhD in Organizational Behavior from Case Western Reserve University, where he also managed the Coaching Research Lab. His doctoral research explored how poor physical and emotional health among leaders contributes to team dysfunction and reduced organizational performance. He has also conducted research on coaching and leadership development with several Fortune 100 companies and other large organizations throughout multiple industries. Gareth’s coaching process integrates his background as a coaching practitioner and researcher – providing clients with a uniquely personalized plan that is grounded in the most up-to-date scientific research in coaching.
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