Isha Malhotra | Collective Change Institute

Isha Malhotra | Collective Change Institute

Collective Change Institute is Asia's leading coach certification and professional coach development program.

Apprentice Coach, CCI

Isha Malhotra

– Lawyer
– Masters in International Business Laws from National University of Singapore
– Positive Attitude


English, Hindi

Professional background

As a lawyer working with a premier law firm recognized amongst the top 20 Global Law Firms, Isha has gained a rich experience of working with top executives of leading global companies including many Fortune 500 companies on complex legal issues. Isha has also led trainings to educate executives on objective thinking and treating employees with dignity.

She is recognized by her peers and seniors as a pragmatic individual with an ability to connect with clients to understand their concerns and to deliver effective advice and assistance needed to solve their issues.

Isha has developed strong consultative expertise in analyzing issues objectively, compartmentalizing them, seeing the bigger
picture and guiding clients through the fog to identify the heart of an issue in order to empower them to manage it effectively.

Specialty & Expertise

  • Personal development
  • Team Management
  • Fulfillment
  • Life choices
  • Life direction
  • Personal Relationship
  • Habit
  • Discipline
  • Confidence

Personal Background

When I tell people I am a lawyer, the general reaction is – “Oh! I have to be careful!” Typically, lawyers are not the most liked community and I strive to change that belief on a daily basis. I am an innately positive individual who believes in building genuine relationships beyond the surface level.

Working in the legal industry, I understand the stress emanating from high-pressure situations and their effect on the mental health of people. During the breadth of my experience, I have also confronted emotionally intense situations and helped clients navigate through personal traumas.

I try to make tough times easier by being present, removing judgement from the situation and by acknowledging and respecting the emotional state of a person. On coaching – I personally took on the journey and was pleasantly surprised with a positive change in the aspects of my life that I thought did not remotely relate to my personal issues.

I see coaching as an effective tool to gain self-awareness and uncover the barriers within oneself to break the patterns, in which an individual subconsciously but actively participates. I strongly believe that emotional intelligence is a critical skill set for identifying motivation, defining success and achieving success.

Coaching style

Sincere, pragmatic, fun, respecting personal boundaries and honest.

Personal philosophy

Living your authentic self is the most courageous thing you can do. Also, Keep Calm and Finish Strong!