Are you ready to take your networking skills to the next level? Following the successful run of our first Networking for Dummies Session 3 years ago, join the ECCP YPC for a learning session entitled Networking for Dummies 2.0: Expanding Your Network. Learn how to present your best self during networking events and up your networking game.
Join Coach Wouter Lincklaen Arriëns, CEO at TransformationFirst.Asia and former Asian Development Bank Lead Specialist, as he walks you through networking strategies, tips, and tricks. The workshop will be followed by a networking session where you can immediately apply the things you've learned.
CEO & Leadership Coach
Coach Wouter is the CEO of TransformationFirst.Asia in Singapore. Originally from the Netherlands, his main goals as a leadership coach are to bring out the best in people, break down barriers, and build trust. An international thought leader, author, speaker, facilitator, trainer and mentor, Coach Wouter has worked with local communities, professionals, entrepreneurs, bureaucrats, journalists, ministers, executives, and royalty.
Coach Wouter received his training from the School of Coaching Mastery, LCI and WBECS, is a member of the International Association of Coaching, and holds a Master of Science in Tropical Land and Water Management (with specialization in public administration) from the Wageningen University and Research Centre, the Netherlands.
Prior to becoming a leadership coach, Couch water worked at the Asian Development Bank for two decades, where he led many change initiatives in Asia, including doubling the bank's water investments to $2 billion annually.
Besides leadership coaching, Coach Wouter’s passions include studying Asian cultures, public speaking, writing, photography, and playing the saxophone.
Member Rate: Php 500
Non-Member Rate: Php 800
Walk-ins: Php 800
Maximum of 50 participants, YPC members will be prioritized. Snacks will be served.
To avoid wastage and to be able to prepare enough materials for the session,
registrations are considered confirmed and will be billed accordingly.
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About the Young Professionals Committee
As a bilateral business group that recognizes the important role of the youth in shaping the business landscape in the country, the ECCP has created a Young Professionals Committee (YPC) to promote the inclusion of youth in business. The committee was set up in 2014. For more information on the YPC, visit www.ypc.ph.