Winning Across Cultures: Boosting Your Business

DATE(s):
21
Mar
VENUE:
ECCP Office - 19F Philippine Axa Life Centre Sen. Gil Puyat,Tindalo, Makati

Breakfast Forums and Meetings

This month's ECCP Coffee Morning session will tackle work efficiency in an inter-cultural environment. We may not recognize it, but the culture of your business drives an organization's success or failure. Management guru Peter Drucker said that “culture eats strategy for breakfast” and IBM’s Lou Gerstner came to see that culture isn’t just one aspect of the game. “It is the game.” Managing to work across Philippine and international cultures adds to the challenge.

This March 21st, come join Coach Wouter of TransformationFirst.Asia and learn how your business can become a winner across cultures.

IN THIS SESSION YOU WILL DISCOVER:

  • How to explore cultural differences
  • What cultures drive behaviors at work
  • How to bridge cultures in your business

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Executives and managers who are keen to build a successful business culture to survive and thrive in today’s connected world.


SPEAKER:

WOUTER T. LINCKLAEN ARRIËNS

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.




Tariff:


ECCP Members - 1 free pass; Php 500/additional colleague

Non-Members - Php 800;

Walk-ins - Php 1,000


Register Now!

Registration will be on a first-come-first served basis.
Only PAID participants can have seats secured.

**No shows will be billed at full cost -
both for members (free pass) and non-members.

Cancellations should be made at least 48 hours before the event.

For inquiries, contact Ms. Nix Cabaneiro at nix.cabaneiro@eccp.com or call 845 1324.