Executives briefing & networking event
Executive Leaders today juggle more responsibilities than ever – often with limited access to address their most pressing challenges and biggest opportunities with likeminded peers within the organisation.
Now you get the chance to experience the value of a tailormade peer network with confidential knowledge sharing at the highest level, when EGN Thailand cordially invites you to join a small gathering of leading executives
Thursday, July 20th 2017 at 17:00 to 20:00 in Bangkok
The event is structured to give you an insight into EGN and the inspiration and sparring you can expect as part of the network.
Our hope is to give you a real experience of the value you can expect to gain from EGNs peer network for Executive Leaders in Bangkok, and introduce you to other potential members, thus giving you a sense of the personal match and take-away for you and your company.
EGN not only strengthens your network but your ability to make the right decisions in everyday life.
Workshop session: How to build a coaching culture to boost organisational performance
Coaching is a popular buzzword these days. And indeed, building a coaching culture in your organisation is a very promising way to boost performance, to attract top talent, and to retain high performers. However, many organisations fail in this endeavour.
Leadership Advisor & Executive Coach, Dr. Gerrit Pelzer will guide us through a session that touches upon:
- What is coaching – and how does it work?
- How do you avoid the most common pitfalls when using coaching in organisations?
- How do you build and sustain an effective coaching culture?
About the speaker
Dr. Gerrit Pelzer firmly believes that people are the key to success in any business and in any industry. Therefore, he has made it his mission to help business leaders in multinational corporations to create an environment in which people excel—for better business results.
For more info, kindly contact EGN Thailand:
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: +66 225 819 74
NB The event is limited to 30 participants. Seats are available on a first come, first served basis.