ASEAN HR and Talent Summit (November 2013)

ASEAN HR & Talent Summit^ in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – 18th November, 2013 (at Istana Hotel KL). APIC is Key Partner to this summit focusing on “Meeting the Talent Needs of the ASEAN Century”. http://bit.ly/15mry6n As one of our valued supporter, you are entitled to a discounted rate, RM 1200 only. And the first 50…

Coaching Certification in Malaysia (Class of July)

The program attracts “Champions” from workplaces who are passionate about coaching, are great coaches themselves and are aspiring to lead cultural change in their workplace. Leaders from the following industries have experienced our program – Banking, Insurance, Telco, Consumer Goods, Pharmaceutical, Utilities, Police Force, Government Agencies and many from the Training/Consulting/Teaching fields. This highly sought…

Coaching Certification in Singapore (Class of August)

The program attracts “Champions” from workplaces who are passionate about coaching, are great coaches themselves and are aspiring to lead cultural change in their workplace. Leaders from the following industries have experienced our program – Banking, Insurance, Telco, Consumer Goods, Pharmaceutical, Utilities, Police Force, Government Agencies and many from the Training/Consulting/Teaching fields. This highly sought…

Moving Away From ‘Something Wrong With You’

Professor Sattar Bawany is the CEO and Master Executive Coach of Centre for Executive Education (CEE Global). His interest in coaching started in 1998 when he was given the opportunity to move from HR consulting, and learning and development roles, into the business side of organisational management with the Hay Group where they offered him…

Best Practice Implementation at Human Resource

Cirque du Soleil and defining values The journey towards the introduction of a coaching culture started when a new managing director was appointed from the USA and there was significant restructuring at the executive level, including the appointment of new general managers across sales, human resources, finance and marketing over a six-month period. These roles…

Influencing One Coaching Question at a Time

Sulynn was contacted by a CEO, an old client from her earlier consulting days. He has a vision to change the culture of the organisation, transforming it into something less compliant and more dynamic. She initially said ‘No, thanks’ to his offer of an ‘HR position’. Then, the CEO who wanted Sulynn on his team…

Centrelink: Using the Change Model in Coaching

The Coaching Project The Centrelink Coaching Project is a best practice demonstration of leadership in the workplace, making a difference and creating a culture where people can thrive, and the values of integrity, respect, professionalism and care for people. Since the inception of coaching initiatives into the organisation, about 3,000 employees have been trained in…

How the ‘City of Casey’ Shines

I asked Richard to talk about the emergence of a coaching culture at Casey and he outlined for us their “best practice” approach. ‘Coaching at Casey emerged from a program called “Peer Assessment” feedback. As facilitators of peer assessment when we worked with employees to understand their feedback, we recognized that coaching questions brought the…