FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
CONTACT: David Mazer, Project Manager BeamPines/TGCP: Phone: 917-379-3481, Location: New York
The Global Coaching Partnership (TGCP) is pleased to announce that Hong Kong has been selected as the site of its May 2017 conference. The conference will take place from May 16th to May 19th. This year’s summit, “Guiding Leaders in a Shifting Global Landscape” will be hosted by Hong Kong-based TGCP partner Progress-U, led by Founder and Managing Partner Charlie Lang. “We are once again excited to bring all our partners together for this annual event, coinciding with Progress-U’s 15th anniversary,” according to Mr. Lang. “Our TGCP member partners span five continents; North America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia. Our vision to coach the world’s leaders is enhanced with each TGCP gathering.” TGCP’s member firms will gather from across the globe. Planning to join the summit are North America members BeamPines, based in New York, and Metta-Pauzé Coaching Alliance based in Toronto, as well as European member firms: The Success Group (London), Acolis Conseil, (Paris) Spreng (Frankfurt), and Ascend (Dublin). Change Partners will attend from South Africa, and ECI will travel to the conference from Australia.
TGCP is committed to a consistent, state-of-the-art delivery model for executive coaching and related services. TGCP founder member, Andy Johnson, also founder of South Africa-based Change Partners, offers that, “Through our partnership we maintain the highest professional standards, with multi-cultural flexibility. We pride ourselves on continuously advancing leadership and personal excellence. The dynamic global environment requires exemplary leadership skills now more than ever. Our goal is for our leadership clients to flourish in a sustainable way. Each conference is an opportunity to expand our purpose and to support our partners.”
This conference will include an invited client day titled “Global Leadership & Coaching Forum: Ensuring Leadership Excellence in a Shifting Environment.” The client forum will take place on May 18, 2017, where partners and clients will explore the newest advances in coaching and developing international business executives.
Annual conferences have been hosted since 1998. Conference sites alternate among participating firms with recent meetings being held in Sydney, Paris, and New York. The Global Coaching Partnership counts among its clients many of the world’s most recognizable brands.