Expats on an assignment in Asia are operating in a global and diverse context: living and working in another country, managing their local team or cross-cultural virtual teams, dealing with complex projects and challenges. They are expected to hit the ground running and be effective as from day one. Cross-cultural coaching can be the catalyst to build cross-cultural competence, minimize misunderstanding and frustration and accelerate potential and performance.
In this Indonesia-gathering of the Asia Pacific Alliance of Coaches (APAC), participants will become aware of their own cultural profile, the impact of Indonesian cultural variables on coaching and how to boost their cross-cultural coaching skills.
This workshop is for (potential) coaches, HR professionals and anyone interested in “cross-cultural”…!
Saturday July 7th 2018, 08.30 – 12.00 at Loop Learning Space (Gd. Wirausaha Lt. 7, Jl. Rasuna Said Kav. C5, Kuningan, Jakarta). Registration: contact Fharin +62 (0)857 70916736
About the speaker: With her solid and international business background, Aleida Mienstra – Culturalist Associate at Culture3Counsel – is a skilled executive and cross-cultural coach who understands the business reality and challenges executives face in Asia. Passionate about learning and understanding different cultures she focuses on cross-cultural competency building: providing coaching, training and workshops on cultural sensitivity, effective intercultural communication and cross cultural and virtual team management.