Aashi Arora, principal executive coach at iRISE, has had over 20 years of executive and administrator level experience in operations, healthcare professional mentoring, and coaching.
iRISE Executive Coaching provides services to individuals who are seeking leadership development and enhanced performance.
Aashi provides strengths-based executive coaching through programs designed to enhance management acumen, selfawareness, and emotional intelligence.
Aashi has been focused on training and development since completing her advanced education. Her early career was based in healthcare billing and advanced practice management which later advanced into higher executive roles within University of California, Irvine, including Executive Director of Finance and Chief Administrative Officer, responsible for a health system budget over $1 billion. Aashi has held numerous positions with academic professional societies and maintains an Assistant Adjunct Professor title with Loma Linda University’s School of Public Health.
RESILIENCE: Through inquiry and personal discovery in the coaching process, you will learn coping strategies to increase resilience.
IMPACT: Executive coaching can help reveal many tools that will be novel and creative for you to use in your daily interactions, which will, in turn, enable you to create
the most impact.
SUCCESS: Sessions will be designed for success. We will work through strategies and processes to create the best path for goal achievement.
EXCELLENCE: Together we will aim to identify and help maximize your potential in any area of focus, taking the good to great.
This engaging discussion explores the benefits of determining individual and team strengths.
This talk includes exercises around identifying and applying individual strengths, as well as,
exploring assessments and tools that can be used in enhancing team morale.
Through this talk, we will define imposter syndrome through peer-reviewed and researched
case studies. We will then offer strategies to address and mitigate the consequences of imposter
syndrome in the workplace. Participants are encouraged to offer their own stories or
experiences with imposter syndrome.
What happens if managers dictate less and coach their employees more? Through this talk, we
will explore the benefits of developing a coaching mindset, identify strategies to employ, and
discuss action steps needed to develop leaders more as coaches.
Diversity does not equal inclusivity. Through this talk, we will first explore the dimensions of
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion through the lens of Unconscious Bias. We will then outline
strategies to foster an inclusive culture in the workplace.
Emotional intelligence (EI) is defined by a set of social and emotional skills that influence the way
we perceive and express ourselves. EI helps develop and maintain social relationships, cope with
challenges, and use emotional information in an effective way. Through this talk, we will explain
the relevance of an individual’s EQ (emotional quotient) and strategies to boost it.
Using Gallup’s Q12 model, we will explore what decades of workplace research has shown – that
engaged employees are more productive employees. Participants will learn how to measure
employee engagement and incorporate key elements in their workplace.
This talk explores how to set up effective committees and how to attain team goals. We will
explore various tools to use in increasing committee engagement and delivering effective
meetings. We will also discuss strategies to mitigate meeting “derailers.”