Dr. Srini Pillay: Expert Guide and Coach
The higher you rise in your career, the greater the chance you’ll eventually bump up against the boundaries of your current emotional and intellectual habits. The very habits that served you well, come back to haunt you in a world that demands constant agility and change. Sound familiar?
Whether you’re talking about a pro athlete at the top of their game, a world-class performer, or a Fortune 100 CEO, high-performing individuals understand that the right kind of coaching can help them take their capabilities and talents even further.
Dr. Pillay’s lifelong focus on mapping the brain provides a science-based roadmap to effective executive coaching that addresses some of the common challenges faced by people working at the top of their fields. Also, his background in human psychology, leadership development, music, sport and poetry all provide fertile ground for practical and integrated approaches to coaching.
My go-to expert on anything related to fear, grief, and anxiety around major events.
Dr. Pillay delivered brilliant information to our senior leaders. His presentations facilitated a lot of ‘ah ha’ moments, allowing people to understand why they react in certain ways to certain situations.
He is a master communicator with a very winning style. The evaluations from his talk were ‘through the roof.
Every organization is experiencing unprecedented change. People are overwhelmed on many fronts and searching for a way forward. Srini teaches the brain science to help individuals and teams become more self-sufficient and able to realize their vision for the future by solving the problems that truly matter and dealing with the blockages to manifesting that vision.
[Dr. Pillay] has the amazing ability to apply his evidence-based work in the brain science field in a manner that makes it relevant to improving organizations and real-world situations.
Srini has a phenomenal ability to simplify even the most complex scientific information. He ‘connects the dots’ for a general audience without losing any of the real science. He helps you see what’s possible—and then how to make that probable. People really love him.