Going Global - Coaching with a
Presented by Wendy Wilson
Wednesday, September 5, 2012 at 10 AM EST, 3 PM BST
About the Webinar
What does it mean to have a “global mindset”? As we enter a new phase in global relations so the challenges facing the expatriate worker become more complicated in today’s complex and fluid global business environment. This research study explores the concept of Global Mindedness from a cross-cultural coaching perspective and its findings clearly illustrate the illusive nature of global mindedness and also how crucial it is becoming to coaching in a new global paradigm. This session will be of interest to intercultural researchers and to anyone who interacts with globally mobile individuals including cross-cultural coaches, trainers and global relocation professionals.
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About the Presenter
Wendy Wilson is an executive coach and mentor specializing in change management and cultural transition. Her private practice supports clients on an individual basis and within corporate frameworks.
Wendy’s consultancy business is underpinned by rigorous academic research and personal experience. She has a Masters in Coaching and Mentoring Practice from Oxford Brookes University, UK with a specialism in cross-cultural coaching research and has experience across a wide range of sectors including international education, financial services, charities, telecommunications and UK media.
Wendy’s active engagement in cross-cultural coaching research explores the concept of ‘global mindedness’ from the perspective of the coaching profession so that individuals and organisations may be better supported to thrive in a global world. She is a regular contributor and presenter on this topic and other cross-cultural learning and development issues relating to global mobility and relocation, including international education and Third Culture Kids (TCK’s).
Her interest in this field of research stems from her own personal background of extensive global mobility in a variety of international postings with her journalist husband and three children who are all TCK’s.
In addition to managing her coaching consultancy Wendy is also Co-chair of FIGT UK, the recently launched Oxford based UK affiliate of Families in Global Transition (FIGT), a global leader in the provision of cross cultural education, training, research and support for globally mobile families and professionals.
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