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We specialises in providing Executive Coaching Services to middle & senior management on a confidential
one-to-one basis in areas they have identified as vital to their effectiveness or future ... more
In a completely confidential process we'll work together to identify your challenges and aspirations. We'll find
answers to organizational conflicts and dilemmas. We offer you a strategic thinking ... more
You will experience real improvements in performance in a short time period because the method our
coache use allows them to go deep and find the root cause of the issue .... more
Specific skill building is the hallmark of the China Executive Coaching coaching approach. Most programs are conducted one-on-one and customized to meet the needs of the individual. In some cases, customized coaching may be designed for small groups ...more
Our commitment to our client is a "Standard of Excellence" that is based on many years of relevant industry experience to assist in developing individuals and transforming organizations by encouraging and challenging people to reach their highest potential, lead inspired lives and embrace .... more
What an Executive Coach Can Do For You? Are There Organizational Risks to Coaching? Is executive coaching at U.S. companies destined to play a role occupied by psychoanalysis in some Neil Simon version of Hollywood: a virtual prerequisite for anyone Click here to view more
Coaching helps you achieve:

  • improved business performance
  • rapid individual development
  • increased retention of key people
  • superior productivity and customer service

Coaching becomes increasingly popular as a means to achieve rapid and transformational change. It is a core element of our business. We work one-to-one with individuals at middle and senior levels in organisations to help them improve their communication and business relationships. Our aim is to ensure you exerience a tangible returm on your investment.

We have an experienced coache and mentor who are also experts in communication. Our coach has a business background which means he will identify with the issues your people have to deal with.

Our coache have undertaken relevant coach training and are flexible enough to use a non-directive approach and still give advice where this is needed.


  Benefits of a Coach  
  For the Individual  
  • Improved self confidence and enhanced decision-making ability
  • Better relationships with colleagues, clients and suppliers
  • Greater clarity about future options leading to focused action and rapid attainment of goals
  • Increased productivity from the individual or the team
  • Increased commitment to change and follow through
  • Provides focused time to address a key issue at an individual's convenience
  • Opportunity to tackle deeper issues - underlying values and beliefs which inhibit success
  • A chance to rehearse business scenarios, put learning into practice, refine it and develop greater flexibility
  • Sounding board to analyse situations and test ideas for those who can feel isolated at the top
  • Coaching raises self awareness - a mirror for a person who has not really looked
  Benefits of Coaching and Mentoring as a Corporate Initiative  
  • Builds stronger relationships and enriches communication
  • Promotes creativity and innovation; enhances decision -making ability
  • Greater corporate agility where people can adapt more quickly to organisational needs
  • Increased knowledge retention and transferability of learning from training courses
  • Improved retention of key staff - greater motivation and commitment
  • Enhanced leadership capability
  • Development of a corporate culture where managers are being coached whilst coaching others, thereby offering a richer and more motivating experience to their colleagues
  • Consitency of message in change programme where coaches are enabling managers to embrace and communicate change within a broader context
  Types of Coaching  
  • Executive - we work at Board level to enhance performance in the ability to lead and inspire the organization and senior management team, handle the media and develop the communication skills necessary to optimise relationships internally and with clients.
  • Management - we support middle and senior managers in achieving performance and development goals by transforming the way they relate to others
  • Graduate/High Potential - we coach graduates/high flyers as part of a development programme to clarify career goals and develop the rounded skills, attitudes and beliefs necessary to move into new roles
  • Fast Track Induction - we enable senior managers new to a role to get up speed quickly by taking stocks, clarifying priorities, thinking through the impact of decisions and their communications strategy
  • Presentation/Voice - while all of our coaching is focused on communication and relationships we are enable to use our special expertise to work with people specifically on how they come across when communicating in a meeting or to larger audience
  For individuals seeking their own coaches typically the content of sessions is around the following areas :  
  • Establishing personal and professional goals and resourcefulness
  • Dealing with difficult relationships - internal and external
  • Developing increased confidence and personal impact
  • Assessing personality, strenghts and development areas
  • Creating strategies for improved work-life balance
  • Preparing for/adapting to new roles - taking stock and clariying priorities
  • Career development strategy
  • Leadership - of teams, managing upwards, leading remotely
  • Generating and maintaining buy-in to change
  • Demonstrating congruence between beliefs and actions
  • Improving performance - in self or others
  • Developing interpersonal and/or presentation skill

Developing a Corporate Culture of Coaching and Mentoring

We can help your organization introduce coaching and/or mentoring as a strategic, organizational development initiative by:

  • working with sponsors to position the programme and becoming proactive role models and champions
  • designing a coaching programme for senior managers to develop the skills and mindset to walk the talk
  • developing the skills and mindset to become a coach or mentor in the business
  • working with HR to coach the coaches to ensure that ownership and accountability lies with the organisation rather than being reliant on an external supplier
  • providing coaching supervision
  • designing a mentoring process and programme which may be linked to a coaching initiative or implemented separately

Supervision - Ensuring Quality Coaches

We are committed in maintaining high standards in our coaching and constantly aim to be ahead of the game. We also provide supervision 1:1 with our coaches.

  • In a completely confidential process we'll work together to identify your challenges and aspirations. We'll find answers to organizational conflicts and dilemmas.
  • We offer you a strategic thinking partner, an objective, knowledgeable, impartial confidante with whom you can talk about your objectives and challenges and find new ways to leverage your strengths, vanquish vulnerabilities, and develop a plan of sustainable action.

  • Creating an action plan, we'll set attainable and quantifiable goals. We'll chart a course to move you from where you are to where you want to be, from who you are to who you want to be.
  • Improve your time management, learn new leadership skills, strengthen relationships, and advance your career.

  • To better evaluate individual management styles and assess developmental concerns, we offer "executive shadowing" for a day.

  • We are available for speaking engagements, seminars, and motivational presentations.

  • Individual or group coaching is available.
Our commitment to our client is a "Standard of Excellence" that is based on many years of relevant industry experience to assist in developing individuals and transforming organizations by encouraging and challenging people to reach their highest potential, lead inspired lives and embrace opportunities to make a positive difference.

We believed in human capital, "People are the most valuable resource in any Organization". China Executive Coaching offers executives and their employees highly developed leadership and diplomacy skills that create fast-track results in the workplace.
  • You will experience real improvements in performance in a short time period because the method our coache use allows them to go deep and find the root cause of the isuue
  • You can measure the outcome because we are results-oriented which means we're prepared to balance support with challenge
  • We work on the issues that are the most improtant to the person we're coaching and at his or her pace
  • Our clients value our ability to help them make rapid progress in transforming their performance, developing more choises, new perspective and strategies to deal with situations
  • Our work goes beyond changing behaviors and developing skills - we challenge assumptions and limiting beliefs. Lasting change depends on beliefs and values which support action taken, so that change is sustainable and transformational
  • While we adopt a non-directive approach, using powerful questions and total attention, we are flexible enough to share expertise and experience where the client asks for it
  • Our goal is to ensure the client gains greater self awareness and untaps internal resources while maintaining ownership and commitment to change
  • We offer support between sessions via email or telephone where it is required
  • We operate at strategic level working with executives and/or implementing development programmes using coaching. This means we are able to reflect back patterns and themes. Confidentiality is, of course, critical in a coaching relationships so we contract up front with the client and the organisation how success will be monitored and what information or measures will be shared
  • We passionately believe in developing ourselves as part of our responsibility to our clients and are committed to continuous professional development. Our coaches regularly attend conferences and courses. We also coach each other and receive coaching supervision
Please direct all contact to our Head Office in Hong Kong

Mr. Y.C. Tong
Executive Coach
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Coaching Programs and Policies

Specific skill building is the hallmark of the China Executive Coaching coaching approach. Most programs are conducted one-on-one and customized to meet the needs of the individual. In some cases, customized coaching may be designed for small groups.

Communication/Image Goals and Objectives

Goals and objectives for programs are a combination of input from an HR professional and/or a manager, the coachee and the coach. Programs are based on recommendations for areas of development and needs for improvement.

How It Works

Prior to program design and engagement, an initial consultation with the coachee is conducted in-person or by phone at no charge. The purpose of the consultation is to finalize goals and determine the length and format of the program.

Depending on the type of program, the scope of work and availability of the client, programs are conducted in the following formats:

  1. A series of one or two hour sessions (average 5 to 10 hours)
  2. Three 3-hour sessions
  3. Two 4-hour sessions
  4. One or more full days
Following the initial consultation, a Letter of Agreement is drafted which states specific goals for improvement, the program format, location and fee.

Upon program completion, recommendations are made for further coaching if needed.

Location of Programs/Fees

Programs are usually conducted at China Executive Coaching offices, however they may be conducted at the client’s office. Fees for services at China Executive Coaching include videotaping, facilities, and any related equipment. Time and travel fees may apply to sessions conducted on-site depending on location.

All sessions (excluding store or salon visits) are video or digitally taped for feedback during training and post-program review. Session content is considered confidential. Tapes/discs become the property of the coachee.

Follow-Up With Management

A phone conversation with the coachee’s manager regarding progress is provided at no charge, during the course of the program and upon completion, if requested.

It is not the policy of China Executive Coaching to provide written assessments of progress during or upon completion unless officially requested. Written reports are an additional charge.

Measurement of progress is usually observable within reasonable time. Programs are intensive and therefore generally yield visible results before program completion.

Improve Communication and Image

We transform average speakers into master communicators. Let us help you or your executives:

  • Enhance Executive Presence
  • Deliver Dynamic Presentations
  • Speak Clearly and Concisely
  • Refine Interpersonal Style
  • Maximize Leadership Impact

What an Executive Coach Can Do for You

Is executive coaching at U.S. companies destined to play a role occupied by psychoanalysis in some Neil Simon version of Hollywood: a virtual prerequisite for anyone who aspires to be anyone?

It might seem that way at some organizations, at least to the untrained eye. IBM has more than sixty certified coaches among its ranks. Scores of other major companies have made coaching a core part of executive development. The belief is that, under the right circumstances, one-on-one interaction with an objective third party can provide a focus that other forms of organizational support simply cannot.

And whereas coaching was once viewed by many as a tool to help correct underperformance, today it is becoming much more widely used in supporting top producers. In fact, in a 2004 survey by Right Management Consultants (Philadelphia), 86 percent of companies said they used coaching to sharpen the skills of individuals who have been identified as future organizational leaders.

"Coaching has evolved into the mainstream fast," says Michael Goldberg, president of Building Blocks Consulting (Manalapan, New Jersey), whose clients include New York Life and MetLife. "This is because there is a great demand in the workplace for immediate results, and coaching can help provide that." How? By providing feedback and guidance in real time, says Brian Underhill, a senior consultant at the Alliance for Strategic Leadership (Morgan Hill, California). "Coaching develops leaders in the context of their current jobs, without removing them from their day-to-day responsibilities."

At an even more basic level, many executives simply benefit from receiving any feedback at all. "As individuals advance to the executive level, development feedback becomes increasingly important, more infrequent, and more unreliable," notes Anna Maravelas, a St. Paul, Minnesota-based executive coach and founder of TheraRising. As a result, she says, "Many executives plateau in critical interpersonal and leadership skills."

So, should you have a coach? And which managers in your sphere of responsibility might benefit from working with an outsider to help sharpen skills and overcome hurdles to better performance?

The right approach to answering these questions still varies a great deal depending on whom you ask, but input from several dozen coaches, and executives who have undergone coaching, does provide a useful framework for how to think about the role of coaching.

The road to coaching runs two ways

Although both the organization and the executive must be committed to coaching for it to be successful, the idea to engage a coach can originate from either HR and leadership development professionals or from executives themselves. In the past, it has more often sprung from the organizational side. But given the growing track record of coaching as a tool for fast movers, "We see more executives choosing coaching as a proactive component of their professional life," says Cheryl Leitschuh, a leadership development consultant with RSM McGladrey (Bloomington, Minnesota).

Executive coaching is not an end in itself

In spite of its apparently robust potential, the very act of taking on a coach will not help advance your career. In other words, don't seek coaching just because other fast movers in the firm seem to be benefiting from it.

Coaching is effective for executives who can say, "I want to get over there, but I'm not sure how to do it," says James Hunt, an associate professor of management at Babson College and coauthor of The Coaching Manager (Sage Publications, 2002). "Coaching works best when you know what you want to get done." Perhaps, in spite of your outstanding track record, you haven't yet gained the full interpersonal dexterity required of senior managers—for example, you're not yet a black belt in the art of influence, which is so important in the modern networked organization. Honing such a skill might be an appropriate goal for a coaching assignment.

But simply having a clear purpose won't guarantee coaching value, says Michael Goldberg. "You have to be open to feedback and willing to create positive change. If not, coaching may not be the answer."

There are certain times when executives are most likely to benefit from coaching. Executives should seek coaching "when they feel that a change in behavior—either for themselves or their team members—can make a significant difference in the long-term success of the organization," says Marshall Goldsmith, a high-profile executive coach and author of eighteen books, including The Leader of the Future (Jossey-Bass, 1996).

More specifically, the experts say, coaching can be particularly effective in times of change for an executive. That includes promotions, stretch assignments, and other new challenges. While you may be confident in your abilities to take on new tasks, you may feel that an independent sounding board would be beneficial in helping you achieve a new level of performance, especially if close confidants are now reporting to you. More so, you may recognize that succeeding in a new role requires skills that you have not needed to rely on in the past; a coach may help sharpen those skills, particularly when you need to do so on the fly.

But coaching is not just for tackling new assignments. It can also play an invigorating role. Coaches can help executives "develop new ways to attack old problems," says Vicky Gordon, CEO of the Gordon Group coaching practice in Chicago. "When efforts to change yourself, your team, or your company have failed—you are frustrated or burned out—a coach can be the outside expert to help you get to the root cause and make fundamental changes."

One increasingly common use of coaching for senior executives focuses on the challenges of managing younger workers, and on helping executives better understand and lead a new generation of employees whose work ethics and values are different, says Stephen Fairley, president of Chicago-based Today's Leadership Coaching and coauthor of Getting Started in Personal and Executive Coaching (Wiley, 2003).

Coaching engagements should be part of a larger initiative

"Coaching works when it's systematic," says Babson's Hunt, and many organizations use coaching as an integrated part of a larger leadership development program. Increasingly, firms incorporate "360-degree" feedback, using the results to indicate areas in which an executive might benefit from working with a coach. Has your feedback revealed an area in which you would like to improve? Is it a skill you need to refine in order to advance through the organization? Would you benefit from an outside perspective? The answers to these questions help gauge the potential value of coaching.

Coaching can provide benefits not available elsewhere

"One of the big benefits of a coach is that they aren't tied to the organization, your friends, or anyone else," says Washington, D.C.-based executive coach Linda Finkle. "They are tied to you only, so they support what you want and where you want to go.

"Even our families, who want the best for us, can't be unbiased or totally objective. What you do or do not do impacts them, whether it's positive or negative. A coach is not impacted by your decisions, your wins or losses, or anything else."

As Finkle notes, this doesn't mean that company goals aren't supported by coaching—indeed, the coach was most likely hired by the company to support the executive's efforts to achieve those goals. Even so, the role of the coach is not to represent specific company needs or interests. "The perspectives they provide, the alternatives discussed, and everything else has no agenda except to support the coachee," she says.

For better or worse, many executives can't find this type of conversation partner—what Harvard Business School professor Thomas DeLong calls a "truth speaker"—elsewhere in their companies.

Are There Organizational Risks to Coaching?

Ideally coaching is a three-way partnership between the executive, the coach, and the organization, in which all involved agree on specific goals and parameters. Even so, no one can really control coaching's outcomes.

So should companies worry that the coaching experience will reveal to valued executives a motivation that leads them astray from the intended organization path—or away from the firm altogether?

Here's one way to look at it. If an experience—through coaching or anything else—reveals an interest that leads an executive away from the firm, everyone stands to gain. The executive finds a better fit and, ideally, a space in the firm becomes available to someone who is motivated by the challenges at hand. It's much the same thinking that companies have gone through regarding leadership-development programs at large. The occasional departure of a manager in whom the firm has invested a great deal is offset many times over by the increased value of those who remain.

Image consulting, and Executive Image Coaching

Programs that teach the skills important to success - professional image, business etiquette, workplace civility, social etiquette, dining etiquette, professional wardrobe, business casual, verbal and nonverbal communications,

First Impressions, Wardrobe - Traditional and Business Casual Dress, Grooming, Business Etiquette,Social Etiquette, and Verbal and Nonverbal Communication Skills

Executive Image Coaching offers personalized coaching for individuals targeted for success. Wardrobe, etiquette, grooming, communication and presentation skills are developed and enhanced during these private sessions.

  • Personal Image Audit
  • Grooming / Physical Presence Critique
Executive Presence

Executive presence conveys a message of authority and leadership. Those that have instinctive presence are fortunate. Those who don’t have executive presence can acquire it with coaching and consistent practice.

This program is designed to develop and project the individual’s image as a dynamic leader.

Coaching addresses the elements that contribute or detract from executive presence. Issues addressed include: body language, energy, appearance, refinement, etiquette, communication style, poise, polish and confidence.

Appearance, Style, Wardrobe, Color, Accessories, Hair, Makeup

Designed to enhance the individual’s visual appearance, this coaching program is for individuals who need hands-on help. It includes consultations as well as possible visits to stores and salons. Some clients may need a few simple hints; others may need a more in-depth makeover.

This enhancement program may include: wardrobe, color and style analysis, discussions of fabric, quality, appropriateness, hairstyling, makeup and shopping.

Character Re-Imaging

Some people are unaware of how they are being perceived and unaware of the subtle messages they are projecting. In this situation, coaching orients the individual to cultural symbols as well as the visual and verbal messages they project. They learn how to correct what needs to be changed to project a different “character message.”

This program is designed to develop self-awareness of how others perceive an individual and how to change that perceived image.

Issues addressed include: speech and language usage, appearance, body language, behavior, “costume, props and makeup.
Career Transition Coaching

is a comprehensive program of assessment, exploration, planning and execution to help an executive who is leaving the organization. The program incorporates a holistic approach to career-life planning, a sophisticated understanding of multiple transition strategies, and the connection to markets that is essential to successful career transition.

What We Do

Career Transition Coaching is for professionals, executives and others who recognize that they're ready to move ahead in their career or change industries successfully:

How We Do It

A Free 30-minute introductory session at your convenience

Career Transition Profile

Comprehensive assessments and resources to complete the program

Two to Four sessions per month, 1 hour each

Transition Coaching:
  • Using a proven roadmap for success in transitions, our coaches work one-on-one with newly appointed leaders to help accelerate their transition and focus them on results
  • Provides a demonstrated process which helps newly appointed leaders focus on key priorities, establish credibility, and reduce the time it takes a new leader to make a contribution to the business
  • Jump-starts the "just-in-time" process by providing a common language and an integrated and systematic approach to transition leadership
  • experienced coaches help leaders to avoid common traps and develop and execute a results-oriented transition plan
  • Transition coaching is delivered face-to-face and by Skype and e-mail
What are the success strategies of your leadership team?

We work with leaders to identify the most effective strategies, core competencies, and techniques for success.

While successful organizations have strong leaders at every level, there is a growing need to develop a strong and deep "bench" of leaders who operate with consistent and effective leadership skills.

The Leadership Coaching focuses on leadership values, principles, and characteristics common in successful leaders. Participants will have the opportunity to examine various examples of effective leaders and then take a close look at their own leadership qualities. This course is a hands-on, experiential, and reflective learning journey.

Participants will learn how to:
  • The significant differences between leadership and management.
  • Best practices and ideas about leadership today.
  • Their own leadership strengths and areas for development.
  • Sound leadership skills and abilities.
  • Learn “best practices” through close affiliation with other leaders.
How the course is offered

The Leadership Coaching can be delivered in a one or two day format. We offer One-on-One services where we provide the skills and knowledge for others to deliver the qualities of leadership coaching experience.
Voice and Speech Improvement, Accent Reduction

Designed to improve vocal dynamics and speech clarity, this program addresses the technical aspects of speech that detract from an individual’s verbal image.

An audience of one or many will be more willing to listen and integrate information if the content is presented clearly, crisply and correctly.

Issues addressed include: Voice Projection, Vocal Variety, Articulation, Breathing, Pacing, Pausing, Elimination of Fillers, Mumbling, Monotone Voice, Non-assertive Intonation Patterns, Regional and Foreign Accents, Substandard Grammar, Vocabulary and Usage.

Listening Skills

Designed to improve the individual’s verbal and non-verbal listening, this program addresses the verbal and non-verbal skills that communicate respect for others and thereby foster positive relationships.

Poor listening skills may label an executive as immature, not a team player, and unfit for more senior level roles.

Issues addressed include: Maintaining an Open Mind, Controlling Impatience, Masking Emotional Reactions, Eliminating Negative Facial and Body Language, Controlling the Impulse to Interrupt.
Resources on closing the sale, prospecting, time management, cold calling, and general selling tips and management

High sales performers can be differentiated from the average by two critical factors:
  • their level of optimism and resiliency when faced with setbacks
  • their ability to connect well with clients and peers.
1. Eliminating Call Reluctance-Permanently
2. Time Management and Taking Control of Your Day
3. Identifying The Markets
4. Building Your Database
5. Developing Your Core Compelling Reasons And Opening
6. Creating Your Cover Letters and Email Templates
7. Cold Calling And Prospecting Template
8. Partnering With other company
9. Asking the right question on closing
10. Getting Commitment/Pre Closing To Avoid Wasting Time on The Wrong Prospects
11. Objection Handling/Prevention: Prevent And Defuse Objections and Get to the Truth
12. Developing Voice Mails That Get More Return Calls
13. Developing Your Follow Up System: Why, When And How
Effective Presentation Skills Course

To be successful, it is essential for one to convey a focused, clear and concise message in a dynamic manner.

Designed to maximize the speaker’s image and message, this programimproves the individual’s delivery skills in small and large settings.

Areas for improvement include: Voice, Body Language, Eye Contact, Gestures, Targeting the Message to the Audience, Highlighting Main Points, Conciseness, Handling Questions Effectively and Converting Nervousness into Dynamic Energy.

This course will explore brain-compatible, multi-sensory presentation strategies, taking the traditional concept of "presenting" to a new level. The training is highly interactive and hands-on with tangible takeaways.

You'll discover common mistakes presenters make that leave people confused and bored, and lead to unproductive meetings and wasted time.

You'll also learn how to build strong front-of-the-room presence through various exercises, vocal techniques and convincing body language. Expect instant results with these powerful techniques. Whether you're presenting to one person or a group of a hundred, you'll learn how to deliver your presentation with impact.

Our presentation skills training course can be customized to meet your specific requirements. You can choose the length of the course, and the topics. Contact us today for questions, or to book a presentation skills course.

One-on-One Presentation Skills Coaching

We also offer one-on-one presentation skills training and coaching for speakers and training professionals, over the phone, and in person. Clients have found these consulting services extremely valuable in enhancing personal skill sets and business presentations.

You will begin to objectively assess your strengths and weaknesses in a supportive feedback environment and aquire the needed tools to become an effective speaker.

We'll show you how to:

  • transform your voice in 5 minutes using vocal warm-ups and exercises (you'll instantly hear the difference)
  • get buy-in at the beginning of the presentation
  • overcome nervousness
  • create a strong speaking persona
  • find your own unique style
  • develop healthy speaking habits
  • get your audience involved in your presentation
  • arouse interest and curiosity
  • use natural and situational humor that grows out of your content
  • develop good listening and questioning skills
  • use visual aids that sizzle
  • deal with difficult and challenging participants
Business and Executive Coaching

As market conditions grow more volatile and each new innovation drives consumer and shareholder expectations skyward, organizations are feeling the heat. So their key players are increasingly turning to Coaches to guide them through the changes and challenges that lie ahead.

From highly successful CEOs and company presidents to sales managers and upstart entrepreneurs, savvy business leaders have taken note of the considerable quantifiable impact coaching is having on:
  • Individual and team performance;
  • Productivity and time-to-market;
  • Investor relations;
  • Employee retention; and
  • Strategic planning
Targeted training topics

Business Relationship Management

Relationship building is all about the fact that it's 'you they buy' at gut level. Clearly, they are interested in what your company has to offer or you wouldn't be having meetings with them in the first place, but for the duration of those meetings you are the company.

Creative Business Writing

Enliven your marketing campaigns, reports, press releases, even your emails with this creative business writing workshop. You will also learn how to overcome White Page Syndrome so your writing can flow and you can stop procrastinating as deadlines approach.

Customer Service Training

The Customer is Always Right (and so are you). Creating Win/Win situations so everyone goes away feeling 'right'.

Pitching for Business

Pitching for business isn't just doing well at the 'beauty parade', where what you have on offer may be similar to everyone else who's pitching. The better you are at relationship building the better your chances are of clinching the deal.

Writing for the Web and Other Media

Writing for the Web and Other Media requires new writing skills and an understanding of how to build effective relationships with your unseen audience. This workshop will polish your writing skills and understanding of how to get the most out of electronic media.
Interview Skills

Interview Skills Coaching will arm you with the skills and mindset required to do a successful interview. Most importantly it will also show you various ways of managing those nerves!

Whether you are going for you first interview, have not had an interview in years or are after that dream role, then doesn't it make sense to prepare as best you can?

The benefits of Interview Coaching are as follows:
  • Learn how to be both confident and relaxed in an interview
  • How to keep those nerves under control
  • The importance of body language and non-verbal communication
  • Portray the right image
If required we can also give you feedback on your CV and give you tips for enhancing it. You also have the option of doing a mock interview.

We have interviewed hundreds of clients over the past ten years for various jobs, (including management level positions) in different organisations, so we know what interviewers at seeking.

Increasing Self Confidence

Most people - if they were honest - would admit that they would like to feel more confident. Confidence is an attractive quality. You are more at ease with yourself and with others. Confidence in your own abilities is vital for success.

During the coaching sessions you will learn to:
  • Discover strategies for boosting self confidence
  • Appear confident, even when you're not!
  • Understand the importance of focus, language and body language
Executive Coach
Mr. Y.C. Tong