Sunday 16 December 2007

Welcome to Advantara Global(R)

We'd like to introduce ourselves. Our Founder, Hannah S. Wilder, thought and action leader in the field of global executive coaching, founded the field of Global Executive Coaching in the nineties after an extensive international business and leadership career. She saw that companies worldwide were losing money and executives (to the competition, usually) because they required knowledge and support in attracting, developing and retaining leaders who could expand their business worldwide in a fast-paced, culturally complex world.

Early on, before they hit the news and other companies started talking about them, Hannah was aware of and working on strategies to develope mindful and sustainable leadership for companies wanting to be good and contributing global citizens while doing well financially. And she knew that these two goals were inextricably linked. Her background combined studying and working in macro (worldwide) systems, organizations, teams, and individuals. She has been a fascinated observer of powerful leaders since her teens, and has known many of them personally. She's been a keynote speaker side by side with Marcus Buckingham (First, Break all the Rules and Now, Discover Your Strengths), Benazir Bhutto, Erin Brockovich, Rudi Giuliani, and others. After 9/11 Hannah was one of the first people to fly out of Dulles Airport to Milan to speak at an international women's leadership conference...because she knew how important it is to take a stand toward understanding other cultures and their leadership.

Having completed a number of successful coaching and training engagements, Hannah realized that there was a need for a top notch global executive coach training institute that combined knowledge, self-knowledge, practice in diverse scenarios and settings, and global learning teams. Advantara(R) Global has been developed to meet that need and to train Advantara(c) core coaches. Our students are experienced business people and trainers who understood that they needed something more to developed sustainable change in leaders and organizational leadership. Graduates and programme participants live in Singapore, Taiwan, Brazil, Ecuador, the United States, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Italy, France, Germany, Uganda and other areas of the world. They practice globally.

During the coming months and years we'll share stories, comments, suggestions, but most of all questions and publication information to support you in being the front runner as a global executive or global executive coach.

To enquire about programs (but please, do not put us on any email lists without our permission), email us and we'll get back to you with a direct email address. Please put the real subject of your enquiry in your header. We look forward to dialoguing with you and answering your questions here!

1 comment:

Raizu said...

Yes, I will agree that if anyone doesn’t know the worth of his services or in other words importance of the services then he can’t sell his services successfully. But when he can answer as you mentioned then it is better for him and his services. I have been looking for executive coaching and your post is a complete lesson for who is working in a company as a executive.