The Power of Ren: China's Coaching Phenomenon

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John Wiley & Sons, Jan 2, 2007 - Business & Economics - 286 pages
China's phenomenal rise in economic power has amazed the world. While manufacturing operations have developed at lightning speed, the business environment has evolved more slowly. Many companies are struggling to decide where they are going, how to manage their operations more effectively, and how to establish win-win relationships with customers and other companies.

Working in the world's fasted growing economy, largest population and most ancient culture, Eva Wong, Chairperson and President of Top Human Group, has spent 10 years developing, practicing and refining the Ren Coaching Model.

The Power of Ren: China's Coaching Phenomenon traces the development of this unique coaching technology and offers a fresh perspective of coaching by applying a fusion of Western management principles and ancient Eastern philosophies to a Chinese environment. Packed with fascinating case studies of Chinese companies and individuals that turned their businesses and personal lives around through coaching, The Power of Ren also offers valuable insights into the qualities that transforms China into an economic powerhouse.

For anyone looking to improve their business and personal achievement, The Power of Ren offers an eye-opening framework for the transformation of people, both yourself and those around you. It shows that coaching can improve your management skills and quality and, more importantly, empowers you to live your dream and your life fully.


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Eva Wong is the Chairperson and President of TopHuman, which was founded in Canada in 1995 and has expanded globally in the past 11 years. As the Principal Coach of TopHuman, Eva developed the "Ren Coaching Model" which is based on the eastern Philosophy of Confucianism, Buddhism and Taoism. Eva is the first Chinese-credentialed MCC coach, as well as a member of the Board of the International Coach Federation (ICF). Currently, she is the President of China Coach Association (CCA). Eva graduated from Hong Kong Polytechnic University in Management and obtained a Masters of Counseling from University of New England in Australia. She is also the Life Member in the World Outstanding Chinese Foundation and has been elected as one of China's 100 Outstanding Women Entrepreneurs by the China Women's Federation and China Alliance of Women Entrepreneurs.

Lawrence Leung, Master Certified Coach (MCC) of the International Coach Federation (ICF), is the Chief Executive Office of TopHuman - the leading Coach Training company in China. He has been successful in coaching businesses and individuals as well as conducted numerous experiential training programs and skills-based seminars for businesses, government agencies, and universities. Lawrence is also a lecturer for coaching workshops in MBA courses of leading universities like Fudan University, Zhongshan University and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. He has authored various coaching books such as Corporate Coach: The Leadership Revolution and You Can Do It Better - A Collection of Successful Corporate and Executive Coaching Case Studies.

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