Beginning the Difficult Conversations

Welcome to “A Handful of Hope” where we have heart centered conversations with heart centered people.
Today’s conversation is: “Beginning the Difficult Conversations,” featuring Charles Sue-wah-sing

Beginning the Difficult Conversations
Beginning the Difficult Conversations Charles Sue Wah Sing

We cover:
* Is better really Better?
* How to create meaningful conversations with kids
* The two fears people who are wanting to enter difficult conversations are facing
And much more

About Charles Sue-Wah-Sing

Charles Sue-Wah-Sing, is a first generation Canadian. His family immigrated from Guyana in the late 60’s. He’s of Indian, Chinese, European, and African ancestry. Professionally, Charles is a ICF certified leadership and whole life coach. He’s been coaching for nearly 8 years.
He’s a co-founder of WAY – a boutique coaching company with a focus on bringing consciousness to leadership, organizations and relationships. He is also a faculty member with CoActive – a global leadership training and coaching certification organization.
He’s certified in Imago Relationship Facilitation and is educated in Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Emotional Intelligence (EQ), Conscious Leadership and Positive Intelligence (PQ).

Beginning the Difficult Conversations

In the last year his work as taken him to speaking and coaching on anti-racism, diversity and inclusion. Charles is married to his partner in life and business (Dawna MacLean), a father of two teenagers, a lover of music, cooking, travel, books, and golf.

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