19 Jul #askacoach LIVE! Adrian Ang: 4 Stages of Career Coaching

16 August 2017, 8:15pm — 8:40pm

4 Stages of Career Coaching

What goes on during multiple career coaching sessions? What can multiple sessions of career coaching accomplish that a single session can’t?

CEO and Co-Founder of the Centre for Career Excellence, Adrian Ang, brings us through the four stages of career coaching as he explains why career coaching is especially important for PMETs looking to achieve satisfaction in their career.

Join us for a Facebook Live session on 16 August 2017 @ 8.15pm (Singapore time). Leave a question in the comments section during the Live session to receive an immediate response to your coaching questions!

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About the Coach/Speaker

With over 11 years of training and coaching experience, Adrian has an unwavering passion in assisting and changing the quality of lives of job seekers.

Currently an avid coach mentor, facilitator and developer for a gamut of national programs, Adrian constantly keeps himself up to date with current trends to ensure that the right knowledge is constantly inculcated into programs. He believes in the power of aligning one’s mindset and his techniques always take root in shifting the mindsets of his coaches.

Adrian’s everlasting thirst for learning and his expertise in the training profession has touched the lives of many individuals from varied backgrounds; ranging from Directors, Senior Management Staffs of Multi National Corporations to senior citizens and prison inmates. Adrian has motivated these groups of people to excel and achieve greater heights in their lives. Adrian has, through his exploit at home and abroad, become a speaker who is in extremely in demand in the region (Thailand, China, Vietnam, Myanmar and Cambodia) and beyond its borders.


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