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美国华人”迈进各行业管理职位”培训班

发布者:davidma  Time:  阅读数:1huarenguanlipeixun
专门帮助美国华人克服职场上的挑战,迈进各行业的管理阶层。

About this Event

职场上,挑战与机遇并存。富有成功经验、多元背景的职场教练,将为您提供系统培训,提升您迈进各行业管理层的所需技能,加速职业发展。

这里的培训,以英文为主,有中文导师辅助。

时间: 2020年6月2日,5日,9日和12日 6PM-8PM,PST 美西时间,计4次8小时。

形式:ZOOM 在线授课。

培训教练风采预览

5月30日,几位嘉宾做了一个分享,算是培训的预览。有关视频,请参阅以下链接

Part 1:

https://youtu.be/Gs9SMccyq0Y

Part 2:

https://youtu.be/WVZ22g0j52s

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各位培训导师的介绍如下:

Course Description

This interactive online course is designed for mid-level non-native English professionals. It gives you the tools to communicate better with enhanced clarity and purpose, neutralize accents while developing effective methods of delivering message to your most important audience. This course helps elevate you to C-Suite positions, reducing complaints and communication barriers as well as improving bottom line.

During this workshop, TransPacific Communications' Founder and CEO, Dottie Li, a non-native who is a professional keynote speaker and trainer, will give you practical instructions on how to be more effective in your communication by neutralizing and modifying your accent and enhancing your understanding of cross-cultural interactions.

Part 1 of this course will focus on the typical characteristics of non-native English speakers as well as teaching participants ways to improve communication by neutralizing and modifying their accent. Part 2 of this course will be on coaching participant's communications challenges and issue areas as well as addressing these challenges: messaging, grammar, accent, intonation, pronunciation, delivery, syntax, volume, speed, presentation, body language, facial expressions, etc.

Learning Objectives:

This workshop will help non-native English professionals:

•Effectively communicate with enhanced clarity and purpose

•Reduce complaints and communication barriers improving the bottom line

•Neutralize regional and foreign accents while developing clear methods of delivering message tothe most important audiences

•Better understand how to break down communication challenges effectively when workingtogether.

Expected Outcomes:

The expected outcomes from this workshop should:

• Improve participants' ability to deliver a speech or presentation with proper pronunciation

• Alleviate regional and heavy foreign accents and eliminate common grammatical error

• Encourage methods of replicating standard American speech sounds to increase effectiveness and clarity of communication.

Research has found that:

•Reducing accent increases the speaking effectiveness of foreign-born professionals

•Improving the prosaic features of an accent significantly improves the understandability of aforeign accent

•Increasing speaking effectiveness enhances confidence and manner.

Dottie Li's Bio:

Dottie Li is a successful cross-cultural communication strategist, keynote speaker and coach, designing & providing media training and cross-cultural communication coaching. She has conducted numerous seminars, workshops, and presentations on the importance of effective communication.

Her work has been featured on NPR, Voice of America, CGTN, China Daily and other media outlets. She is a certified trainer and coach on accent modification and reduction.

Her voice can be heard by millions as the Voice and Voice Coach of Rosetta Stone’s Mandarin products.

As founder and CEO of TransPacific Communications, she has designed many cross-cultural communication topics that support non-native English professionals to advance their careers to achieve full potential.

An important part of her mission at Transpacific Communications is helping to break down cultural and communication barriers in the workplace, ensuring that talented individuals (especially non-native English professionals) fulfill their promise. This simultaneously assists these government and private organizations to fulfill their mission by improving employee performance.

Dottie was a newspaper reporter before moving to the U.S. from China in the 80s. Her background includes being a broadcaster at VOA, 5 years as a producer at C-SPAN, a corporate spokesperson, public relations executive, presidential advance staff for the Clinton White House and communications chief for large non-profit organizations.

She is sought-after to deliver keynote addresses and to conduct varied training programs for the Department of Treasury, Department of Commerce, Department of Agriculture, Food and Drug Administration, NASA, Defense Logistics Agency, Defense U.S. Coast Guard, NIH, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, The National Science Foundation, NASA, U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, U.S. AID, U.S. International Trade Commission, Voice of America/Broadcasting Board of Governors, etc. as well as organizations including SHRM, Amazon, Aerotek, Sodexo, United Way Worldwide, Diversity Women Conference, MGM Foundation's Annual Women Leadership Conference, and Women of Color STEM Conference, etc.

Dottie was awarded a Mandarin Leader in America in 2018 and recently named one of Maryland's Top 100 Women in 2020 and 2015 by the Daily Record. She received the “Best Cross-Cultural Communicator of the Year” title in 2013 by the MWMCA.

Course Description:

There have been many conversations and theories around how the Asian community can grow beyond the “bamboo or glass ceilings” within the corporate world. There are no step by step formulas for success. However, there are things within your control that will increase your chances of being successful and happy along the way. Whether you are an immigrant or first-generation leader, we can’t ignore the role culture, history and the depth of our own self-awareness, plays in our “corporate identity.” Not to mention our own bias and the bias of others. During this interactive workshop, Bindu Garapaty, will provide a cultural framework that looks at key influences and themes leaders need to navigate and grow within the corporate culture. We will explore the impact of history, the role of power (masculine and feminine) and the challenges experienced among different Asian ethnic groups. Dr. Garapaty will share insights gained from working with executives who continue to break barriers and charter new ways of leading. We will also look at the role ‘community’ plays in supporting individual success. Learning outcomes:

Participants will have a deeper understanding of :

• Your personal relationship with power

• How do perceptions, bias and stereotypes impact your power

• How Asians are perceived in leadership and shifting the narrative

• Who is your sponsor?

Bindu Garapaty’s Bio:

As a true believer in the human potential, Bindu Garapaty has found the intersection of happiness, human behavior, and leadership. With a doctorate degree in clinical psychology and an entrepreneurial spirit, Dr. Garapaty is the co-founder and CEO of The Happy Leader, LLC. She infuses evidence-based practices and incorporates the importance of race and culture in leadership. As a first generation S. Asian leader, she pulls upon her leadership experience in health care, corporate, academia, for-profit and non-profit organizations, to empower leaders to find their intersection of happiness, meaning, and impact. She currently, leads the global mentoring and coaching program, and serves as an organizational development consultant in talent, development and inclusion at Gilead Sciences.

Since 1999, Dr. Garapaty has been committed to supporting and serving in her community in a variety of non-profit board capacities and her engagement with the Stanford Women in Management MBA program. Currently, she serves on the Emerging Executive Advisory Committee of Watermark, Humans for AI, and the HR symposium. She was the recipient of the ‘Emerging Executive of the Year’ award from Watermark in 2016 and was named as Silicon Valley Business Journal’s 100 women of Influence in 2018.

Course Description:

We live in a time of unprecedented change and upheaval. How will you manage this time professionally? Will you fall behind, run in place, or leverage this unique moment to advance your career? Whether your goal is to move up in the organization or move on, you will need to leverage four things to turn crisis into opportunity:

  • A proactive, creative mindset along with daily mind-body practices for resilience and focus
  • A high degree of emotional and social intelligence to influence and engage others
  • The ability to create new value by discerning and formulating unmet needs with innovative solutions
  • A razor-sharp ability to build strong networks inside and outside your organization

In this engaging 2-hour seminar, join executive coach, experience designer, and master strategist, Gary Muszynski, in understanding the above elements for success.

After this session, you will leave with:

- An understanding of how to recognize and transform your mindset through specific practices

- Five ways to stay in touch with your network using a variety of creative approaches

- Proven techniques for uncovering hidden opportunities to add value and gain advancement pioneered by Xerox-PARC and IDEO

- An action plan to solidify your vision and move forward

Gary's Bio

Gary Muszynski draws on 30 years of experience as a consultant, executive coach, keynote speaker, and experience designer working with over 100,000 leaders, managers, and individuals in organizations of all sizes on five continents. He will facilitate rich experiences and actionable insights drawing on the fields of neuroscience, organizational development, and his work with global brands such as Apple, Pixar, Chase, Cisco, Xerox, Genentech, Deloitte, Center for Creative Leadership, Walmart, and many others. Gary has taught executives and managers in China and has gained insight into the Chinese mindset from his work with executives and managers there combined with his long-term studies of Qigong and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).

Course Description:

Traditional Career Management techniques and training tend to be very generic and prescribed by mentors, coaches, and training professionals to prepare individuals for the pursue of their career objectives. For Asian Americans and others who immigrated into America, there is another set of hurdles and challenges just to get to the same starting points with native-born Americans. Most of these training does not account for the individual unique desires and aspirations to maximize their potentials. Nor do they offer a strategy to close the deal so the individuals can successfully reach their maximal career potential. In this engaging 2-hour seminar, join an innovative thinker, George Mui for exploring other possibilities on Career management – know how to close the deal and get what you want out of your career. Maximizing your career potential with simple but effective techniques on:

Establishing a baseline of your career objectives.

  • Create a brand that set yourself apart from all others in pursuing a job, leadership job assignment, promotion, and key management position
  • Establishing a network of supporters and collaborators who can support your career objectives.
  • Knowing how to create a deal and closing the deal on your next career objective.

George Mui's BIO:

George Mui, Managing Partner of Global Consultants United is a global strategist. He develops strategies for corporations, small businesses, government agencies and non-government organizations with a keen focus on domestic and international partnerships and collaboration. Leveraging his corporate executive experience, entrepreneurship, and recent experiences with the U.S. Department of Commerce and White House Initiatives for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, George Mui has developed an unique program designed to help Asian Americans to look at Career Management as a business deal and learn how to develop a strategy, prepare, promote, and close the deal to maximize one’s career potential.

彭念霞 Cathy Peng, CEO of ROCS Global, which is an executive consulting firm specialized in talent recruiting and leadership training. Its headquarter is in Silicon Valley, United States.

As a prominent Asian American business leader, she is a frequent invited Asian American business leader at the White House in Washington, DC. Cathy has frequently delivered world class training and seminars at leading institutions, such as University of Chicago, Stanford, Tsinghua University and Beijing University, etc. Having conducted business in over 40 countries, Cathy speaks English, Mandarin and Cantonese.

She has an MBA from the University of Chicago, Tsinghua University Career Coach and Global Executive Coach. Cathy has won global awards, including the Woman of M2M Award in 2014, Business Leader of Color Award in 2013 and Emerging Executive Leader.

Cathy Peng,从一名工程师到CEO, 从事过供应链管理,销售,市场,品牌管理,从美国大公司,到欧洲公司,到美国高科技创业公司,多次搬家从芝加哥,到北欧芬兰,到纽约,圣地亚哥,硅谷,先后在四十多个国家发展业务,Cathy 有非同寻常的职业生涯。

Cathy Peng现任ROCS Global CEO,ROCS Global 公司总部位于美国硅谷,专业从事全球人才招聘服务、企业及高端人才领导力培训、高管教练服务。公司服务覆盖美国、中国、欧洲、印度、日本、中国台湾等地区。

Cathy作为杰出的美籍华人商业领袖, 多次被白宫邀请作为亚裔代表参加商务高峰会议。受邀出任大型国际会议及多所世界名校演讲者。她是清华大学职场导师, 全球高管教练。Cathy曾获得全球物联网杰出女性奖,有色族裔商务领袖奖,全球百名新兴领袖奖等荣誉。


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