In a fast paced and digitalised world, professional firms are facing challenges to their business models. To help firms stay ahead of the competition, we are seeing unprecedented number of mergers and restructuring in the industry. In the face of such disruptions, how do we ensure that we are in the best frame of mind to tackle these challenges ahead?
Coaching is key to ensuring your teams are equipped with the right skills in this environment, and coaching is increasingly recognised as a basic competency of leadership. Through coaching, we create space to reflect and listen to ourselves, gaining self-awareness during the process. Coaching equips us with the mindset that we each can be empowered to develop our personal strengths and maximise our potential.
In this session, we explore some of the skills and techniques that coaches use and understand how these could be applied in our professional and personal lives.
In this session, you will learn:
I - What is coaching and why is coaching relevant in today’s workplace?
Dispelling the myths of coaching – how is coaching different from training / managing / mentoring?
How companies are using coaching in the workplace?
II - How coaching can help us on a personal level
The coaching process
Tips and techniques to help us reframe and develop new habits of thinking
III – Using coaching in the workplace
Coaching toolkit – how to use coaching in various situations
About the speaker:
M W Wong, is an Executive Coach, Management Consultant and Trainer with more than 25 years’ of experience in international management and cultural diversity.
Wong helps senior leaders, managers and professionals in career transition, management and leadership development, he has worked with professionals to improve their personal effectiveness through developing a greater self-awareness, leveraging their strengths and enhancing their power of influence.
One of Wong’s current focus is designing and facilitating management and leadership development programmes. He has had extensive involvement advising on several key integrations in major acquisitions and organisational change projects in Hong Kong and the PRC.
Currently based in Hong Kong, Wong works with corporates and leading business schools, including lecturing at the Hong Kong University and coaching teams and individuals at the LBS/HKU/Columbia EMBA Global Asia.
Wong has lived and worked in Malaysia, PRC and the UK. He holds an MBA in international management, and professional qualifications from Inst. of Marketing, Administrative Management and Association of Business Executives. He is a certified coach from NLG Group, Australia (ICF accredited) which provides executive coaching, mentoring and training to support executives, talent development and succession.
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