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Panel Discussion: Leadership Coaching in China (Beijing)

BritCham / CBBC
Event type Panel discussion organised by British Chamber HR & Training Forum
Date Tuesday, November 8th, 2016
Time 16:30-18:00
Open for All welcome
Cost Members FREE RMB Non-Members 100 RMB
Contacts steven.lynch@cbbc.org.cn; (10) 8525 1111 ext. 704
Venue The British Business Centre, Beijing
Organiser BritCham / CBBC
Address Room 1001, China Life Tower, 16 Chaoyangmen Wai Dajie, Chaoyang District
北京市朝阳区朝阳门外大街16号中国人寿大厦1001室 英国商务中心
 
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Coaching as a means of training leaders has been around in China for a while, but in the last five years we have really seen it take off. Most people in leadership roles have now heard about coaching and many have had the chance to experience it.
 
So what are the latest trends in leadership coaching in China? Which type of companies are coaching their leaders? Where do the coaches come from? And what is it that is making the difference for leaders who receive coaching? 
 
 
The British Chamber's HR & Training Forum is pleased to host an expert panel of top leadership coaches to speak on this topic. 
  • Rainer B. Schmitz, who has over 15 years of leadership, HR, consulting and coaching experience in China, and published the third China-wide 'Comprehensive Coaching Study' in 2015 and a white paper on 'Leadership Coaching Culture' in 2014, will present the main points from his research. 
  • Helen Tian, one of the first leadership coaches in China, with 20 years of experience in leadership development, will relate her findings on how the internal growth of executives is affecting their external work and life, as well as her views on the idea of 'self-esteem plus'. 
  • And Dalida Turkovic, who has been coaching in China for over 20 years, runs the Mindfulness Centre in Beijing and is the author of the recently published 'Mindfulness for Beginners', will explain how mindfulness is making waves worldwide as well as in China in leadership development.
The panel presentations will be followed by Q&A and discussion, so please come along with questions and input on the topic as well.
 
Panellists
 
Rainer B Schmitz
 
 
Rainer is a cross cultural coach and leadership consultant with deep Chinese/Asian experience and knowledge. He is a seasoned HR professional and business coach with over 28 years of human resources experience, over 20 years in leadership roles and 15 years in multi-cultural environments, mainly in Europe and APAC. German by heritage, Rainer has coached VP level executives and executive team members across cultures. His coaching has covered areas such as career transition, managing the matrix, working with a foreign boss, cross cultural challenges, inspiration of teams, drive for results, career dialogue and transition from manager to leader.
 
Helen Tian
 
 
Helen is a bilingual Executive Coach for Career and Leadership based in Beijing (Mandarin & English), and the Owner of “Oneness Culture Development Co. Ltd.” since 2007. She is an international MBA, a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) accredited by ICF (International Coach Federation) – the first few in China (since Feb 2011). She is also an Associate Coach of CCL (Center for Creative Leadership), the first batch in China. She has been a Leadership Development professional for 20 years since 1996 out of her 24 years of working experience in leading American and European companies. She has diverse industry experience and strong international exposure (Europe, North America, and APAC). 
 
Dalida Turkovic
 
 
Dalida Turkovic has been working in the field of training, coaching and consultancy since 1995. With +20 years of living in China she has a profound insight into key issues that corporations face in a fast and ever changing environment. In 2002 Dalida founded her own coaching and consulting company, Small Steps (China) Ltd., with the aim to assist performance enhancement and facilitate change through coaching using a holistic approach. In 2015 she founded Beijing Mindfulness Centre where she teaches secular mindfulness classes and workshops. Dalida’s philosophy and understanding of the mindfulness practice is captured in her book Mindfulness for Beginners.
 
Tracy Driscoll (Moderator)
 
 
Tracy is a professional coach, consultant and facilitator with 20 years of experience managing and developing people in China. Tracy heads up the coaching practice for The Leadership Group with a team of 50 professional coaches in China and APAC. Tracy’s professional experience has been in leadership and career development, executive coaching, marketing and communications, and recruiting. She has headed up 3 companies and led national communications for a major UK organisation in China. Her passion is helping people and companies to reach their highest potential. Tracy chairs the HR Forum for the British Chamber in Beijing and is a regular speaker and panellist on topics related to coaching, leadership development, women's leadership and HR.
 
Registration
Please contact Steven Lynch at the address above.
 

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