Executive Coaching Training Program

THE PILATES STATION in collaboration with the COACHING INSTITUTE BANGKOK presents:

Executive Coaching Training Program


Coach your Managers to become Leaders! Engage your Team for top performance! 

Become a positive change agent! 

Bring the power of coaching to your Organisation!


Are you an Executive Manager looking for ways to engage your team or a Coach seeking to further develop your coaching skills?

This executive training program provides you with practical and scientifically proven tools to bring real positive change to your everyday practice.

The program is taught by a world-class certified Master Coach and Trainer with more than 15 years of cross-cultural leadership experience.


Upcoming Training:

“Reboot” Executive Coaching Training Program

Date: July 9 – 10, 2013

Venue: Intercontinental Hotel Bangkok

Registration: Now open! Click here  



“How can we achieve a significant and sustainable competitive advantage?”

This is often asked  by leaders facing accelerated pace of business and intensified competition.

The world’s top-performing organizations understand that:

“Employee engagement is a most important force that drives performance outcomes.”

In the best organizations, engagement is more than a human resource initiative — it is a strategic foundation for business.


“It is through people that organizations achieve their desired business results.”

Engaged employees are committed to the success of the organization. They are prepared to go the distance, they are more productive and they stay longer with the organization. Engaged employees are an organization’s most valuable assets.

“The best companies now know, without a doubt, where productivity comes from. It comes from challenged, empowered, excited, rewarded teams of people. It comes from engaging every single mind in the organization, making everyone part of the action, and allowing everyone to have a voice – a role – in the success of the enterprise. Doing so raises productivity not incrementally, but by multiples.”  –  Jack Welch, former Chairman and CEO, General Electric


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