Successful Implementation and Use of Coaching in Organizations

“Successful Implementation and
Use of Coaching in Organizations”

with Frank Bresser, Receiver of the Global HR Excellence Award 2011

October 31, 2012 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok

A special event for Senior HR/OD/T&D Managers, CEOs, Business Owners and other Decision-Makers in Business, as well as Executive Coaches and Business Coaches, hosted by the

International Coach Federation Bangkok Chapter

and the

German Thai Chamber of Commerce



Motivation: Coaching is one of the fastest growing business phenomena in the world and is increasingly used as a business tool and becoming ingrained into organizational life. But what actually makes coaching excel and produce the desired benefits in organizations? What are the current and future trends of coaching in business? How to identify great coaches? What are the key success factors in using coaching in enterprises? What are best and bad practices around coaching initiatives? How to best learn and immediately apply this know-how in your context?

You will find very valuable answers to these kind of questions at our special event on the successful use of coaching in companies with global coaching expert Frank Bresser.

Topics: “Global Trends and Best Practice in the Field” and “How to Design and Implement Successful Coaching Initiatives in Organizations and Select the Best Coaches”

•    Be up-to-date regarding today's use of coaching in enterprises
•    Better understand the dos and don'ts around coaching initiatives in companies
•    Hear real coaching success stories and secrets of success
•    Understand what makes great coaches and how to best recruit and select them
•    Be able to make coaching a success in your organization
•    Understand and properly apply the 10 key success factors for effective coaching in business
•    Be aware of what coaching is and the typical cultural differences in defining and using it
•    Have a real sense and experience of what the successful use of coaching actually means
•    Have a good idea of the expected future trends of coaching
•    Build up and develop your coaching networks
Style: Balanced mix of presentation and interactive elements: use of Powerpoint, flipcharts, small and large group work, discussions in the plenum, case study simulation, community-building elements



08:30 Registration

09:00 Global Trends and Best Practice in the Field

12:30 Lunch Break

13:30 How to Design and Implement Successful Coaching Initiatives in Organizations and Select the Best Coaches

17:00 After Seminar Cocktail and Networking


Register now and benefit from the early bird discount until September 30, 2012:

5.500THB for ICF members and GTCC members

6.500THB for non-members

Standard fee from Oct 1, 2012 onwards:

6.000THB ICF members and GTCC members

7.000THB non-members

Lunch at the venue is included for all participants.



-       Early bird rates are guaranteed only when the payment is made by the suggested deadline. After the deadline, standard rates will be applied

-       Refund is possible when written cancellation is received 3 days prior to the event date

For further queries, please call 02 670 0600 ext 2003 (Mr. Anon, GTCC)


Mandarin Oriental Bangkok, 48 Oriental Avenue, Bangkok 10500, phone 02-6599000,


About Frank Bresser:

Frank Bresser and his team are helping companies design, implement and optimize tailor-made coaching programs that exactly meet their organization-specific needs and generate maximum business success. Frank was the first to develop the systematic and strategic design, implementation and improvement of coaching programs in companies as a distinct discipline and is the author of the book “The Global Business Guide for the Successful Use of Coaching in Organisations”. Frank recently received for his work the “Global HR Excellence Award 2011” at the World HRD Congress 2011 and is a regular keynote speaker on national and international conferences. Bresser Consulting also examined the situation of business coaching across the globe in each continent, region and country (coverage of 162 countries).


About The International Coach Federation (ICF) Bangkok Chapter:

The ICF is the leading global coaching organization dedicated to advancing the coaching profession by setting high professional standards, providing independent certification, and building a worldwide network of credentialed coaches. The ICF Bangkok Chapter was founded in 2012 with the objective of educating the public in Thailand about professional coaching so that "coaching is commonly understood, valued, and practiced in both personal and professional development in Thailand." The ICF defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.


Dr. Terdtoon Thaisriwichai, President:

Dr. Gerrit Pelzer, Vice President:

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