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1. From TMC Website v3.8 Copyright 2006. Training Management Corporation.
Head of Global Effectiveness Coaching
Barrie Zucal is the Head of Global Effectiveness Coaching for Training Management Corporation (TMC). In that capacity she is responsible for the design and implementation of coaching solutions that create cultural competence in the global workforce. She works collaboratively with others at TMC to integrate coaching with TMC's learning solutions and consulting solutions. When applied together, they give TMC's client organizations an advantage in the global marketplace.
Barrie shows exceptional leadership in selecting the perfect coaches from TMC's experienced cadre of coaches for each coaching solution and for each TMC client. She supports those coaches while they are on assignment with supervision and resources. To do this, she draws on her twenty five years of professional experience developing the potential of others while coaching global leaders, being a therapist to global leaders and their families while living and working in the Middle East, Asia, New York, and Washington, DC. Her clients say that she provides exactly what is needed exactly when they need it. Her colleagues say she is a visionary leader.
Barrie is a published author of articles related to her work coaching global leaders to create culturally competent organizations. In 2004 she was awarded the Editorial Achievement award by Mobility Magazine, a publication of the Employee Relocation Council, for a series of articles on how the global coach and the human resource professional can work together to ensure success for organizations and those they send on international assignments.
Her credentials include a master's degree in family systems studies from the University of Maryland and a bachelor's degree in education. She is a graduate of Coach University and Corporate Coach University. She is certified in the use of The Cultural Orientations Indicator®and the Cultural Orientations Model™. She is also trained in High Performance Teaming. She is a member of The International Coach Federation, The American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, The Asia Society, SIETAR, and Women in Bio.
2. From Copyright ©2002-2007 KT Global Associates
Senior Associate, Barrie Zucal
BARRIE ZUCAL, MS., Senior Associate at KT Global Associates, is a global performance coach and a licensed marriage and family therapist. For over twenty years she counseled and coached global executives and their teams to create sustainable high performance and productivity. Barrie has lived and worked in Taiwan, Lebanon, and Jordan and has developed expertise in working with the Chinese. As a consultant to the US State Department, the US Navy, IBM, and, General Electric, Barrie designed and implemented comprehensive programs to build leadership abilities in executives on international assignment, and support their spouses and families in the process of acculturation, making meaning of the assignment, and successfully repatriating.
Her credentials include a master's degree in family systems studies from the University of Maryland and a bachelor's degree in education. Barrie is a graduate of Coach University and Corporate Coach University International. She is certified in assessments including the Cultural Orientations Indicator ©, the Golden Personality Profiler ©, The Values Arrangement List ©, the Global Leader of the Future, and other management and team assessment. In addition to her certification in High Performance Teaming, she designed a systemic approach to work with global teams. Barrie has a beginning understanding of Mandarin.
Memberships include: The International Coach Federation, The American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, The Asia Society, the International Leadership Assoication, National Federation of Business and Professional Women, Women in Bio, and the Society for Intercultural Education, Training and Research.
Call Barrie today at +1.301.274.3898 for your free sample coaching session or to discuss your organization's needs.
3. Copyright 2006 Families in Global Transition, Inc.
Barrie Zucal, MS. is a spirited global leadership coach, a licensed marriage and family therapist, and the president and CEO of The Global Coaches Network, a global alliance of coaches, trainers, and counselors working with global leaders, their teams, and their families. For over twenty years she counseled and coached global executives and their teams to create sustainable high performance and productivity. Her clients from organizations including GE. Intel, Dow, and the Unites States Department of Agriculture say that she provides exactly what they need at exactly the time they need it. Her colleagues say she is a visionary leader. For more information on Barrie and the Global Coaches Network, visit www.globalcoaches.com.
Concurrent Session 1D Coaching: Transformational Conversations
Concurrent Session 3A. Cutting the Risk of International Assignment Breakdowns
4. From Copyright ©2006-2007 Globewomen.Com.
To the Business Women of the World:
We salute your accomplishments and we sincerely wish you continued success. We are prepared to assist you when your world becomes too heavy, and when you want to use your leadership role to achieve your full potential as a leader, a woman, and a human being.
Barrie Zucal, MS, President/CEO
Kathy Trickey, Senior Associate
Join us by telephone for conference follow-up beginning June 29th:
• Global Leader Excellence: Strengthen your global leadership performance
• Cultural Competence: Key Skill in Leading Your Diverse Team
• Mapping Your Business System: Managing Key Relationships for Organizational Success
Email Donna Gunter at Donna@globalcoaches.com, subject heading Summit follow-up and she will send you the dates, times and information on these telephone conferences.
Who are we?
We are an alliance of forty professional global leadership coaches, trainers, and counselors who partner with leaders and their teams in organizations, and governments worldwide to create sustainable high performance and productivity and to meet or exceed organizational goals. Programs are also available for spouses, couples, and families on international assignment. Our providers are committed to excellent service at reasonable prices delivered with generosity, spirit, and respect for individual differences.
• In partnership with KT Global Associates, pilot program with global leaders, United States Department of Agriculture. Results led to work with leadership team designed to shift the organizational culture leading to higher performance, accountability and alignment across the organization.
• Leadership coaching for global entrepreneurs
• Experience working in The United States, Europe, Asia, South America
• Experience providing services for organizations including: The United States Department of State, The United States Navy, United States Department of Education, General Electric, Sara Lee, Citibank, Intel, Ford Motors, General Motors, AT&T, Dell, DOW, University of California Berkley, Cisco, Eli Lilly.
5. From GLOBAL COACHES Network
What's New at Global Coaches?
June 2006: Barrie Zucal and GGCN Featured in Southern Maryland Newspaper Article
Going worldwide: Barrie Zucal's passion for different cultures and traveling around the world spurred her to establish a global network of professionals who teach business leaders how to deal with cultural diversity in the workplace.
Zucal established Global Coaches Network in her Waldorf home in 2004. Possessing experience as a global traveler helped the Pennsylvania native take flight with the business, she said...
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April 2006: Global Coaches President Barrie Zucal presents at L3Global Leadership Conference, Shanghai, PRC
Barrie Zucal, president and CEO of Global Coaches Network, a worldwide alliance of forty global leadership coaches, consultants, and counselors home based in Washington DC in the United States, presented a case study to the participants of the L3 Conference which took place in Shanghai, PRC in April. The conference was co-sponsored by the University of San Diego and the Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Barrie presented on a global leadership coaching program designed by Global Coaches Network for a leadership team and the individual leaders in a global customer organization.
This collaborative conference brought together leaders from business, government, and academics, interculturalists, and others interested in learning more about best practices and new research in the field of global leadership. The subtitle for the 3LConference was 搈any paths, one journey.? There is a 2007 conference planned. See www.L3Conference.com.
March, 2006: Global Coaches Network Expands to China
揑 know it would come, I just didn't know it would come this fast.? That's what president and CEO of Global Coaches, Barrie Zucal said referring to her organization's recent expansion to China. Global Coaches, which is just sixteen months old, has global leadership coaches in the United States, Canada, Mexico, South America, Europe, India, and Australia. These coaches have expertise in twenty-three cultures, and coach in twelve languages.
Now due to client demand they need coaches in China. Barrie Zucal, president, and CEO of Global Coaches, traveled to Beijing, Shanghai, and Hong Kong to interview coaches she connected with before her travel through professional associations and colleague referrals. Barrie is happy to report that she found executive coaches with senior level experience, Chinese and western living in Asia, who will be joining the network.
Pamela Tse is one of those coaches. She holds a business degree and has received intensive training and career exposure in U.S. and Asia. She brings 30 years of coaching, human resources development, and management consulting experience to her practice. She has worked for some of the world's largest corporations including Exxon, Chase Manhattan Bank, HSBC and Cathay Pacific Airways. Lesley Lewis is another. A long time Hong Kong resident, she has more than twenty years experience in Asia, Europe and North America working with top executives in leading financial services organizations, multinational corporations, and governments including the U.S. Department of State and the Hong Kong SAR. Pamela and Lesley are just two examples of the professional coaches who are joining with Global Coaches to provide global leadership coaching to their client organization in China.
All Global Coaches Network coaches have lived and worked in cultures other than their own. Many have been business leaders themselves and have industry specific experience in many different industries. Others come from a psychological background and have coached senior organizational leaders. They are all familiar with the unique challenges and opportunities of working globally while trying to achieve business objectives. They have all been trained in Global Leadership Coaching by Global Coaches Network.
January 2006: Global Coaches Network begins an Alliance with Healthy Companies International
Global Coaches Network, a worldwide alliance of forty global leadership coaches, consultants, and counselors home based in Washington DC in the United States has joined forces to work with Healthy Companies International, an Arlington, Virginia, US based organization. Healthy Companies International helps CEOs build healthy high performing companies. Global Coaches Network coaches organizational leaders and their teams worldwide to sustainable high performance and productivity. They are especially active in work with global organizations.
To begin their relationship, Global Coaches will coach senior leaders of Healthy Companies customer companies in the manufacturing industry.
October, 2005: Global Coaches Holds first Training for Global Coaches in Alexandria, Virginia, United States.
Global Coaches Network, worldwide alliance of forty global leadership coaches, consultants, and counselors home based in Washington DC in the United States held their first coach training in Alexandria, Virginia in Oct. 2006.
Executive coaches from Australia, Europe, Canada, India, and the United States met for three and a half days to expand their already high level competencies and experience to include the competencies necessary to coach global organizational leaders. Many of these coaches have been global business leaders themselves before they became coaches.
Mary Ann Donahue was there. Before she studied coaching, she served as Vice president, Human Development at Medtronic, Inc. Before that she spent fourteen years as Global Management and Organizational Development and as a Human Resource generalist with Honeywell. Jeff Reed also attended. Before he got into coaching, he was in corporate leadership himself as an expatriate manager building brands and businesses for a number of leading global consumer goods companies in a wide variety of cultural environments in Asia Pacific and Europe. He worked for companies such as Gillette, Carnation International and Unilever in places such as London, Scandinavia, Singapore, Pakistan, and China.
These experienced business leaders turned coaches came together to become pioneers in the field of 揼lobal leadership coaching?where basic coaching skill and even excellent experience at executive coaching is not enough. At this training they became certified and skilled in the use of the Cultural Orientations Inventory, and the Cultural Orientations Model for assessing individual cultural preferences which are often influencing the way that a global leader leads without him or her having any awareness of the impact of cultural preferences on what they do. This tool and model, developed by the Training Management Corporation, in Princeton, New Jersey help leaders to engage their culturally diverse workforce.
Coaches were also schooled in the EAGLE program, a leadership development plan for global leaders developed by Barrie Zucal, President and CEO of Global Coaches Network and Senior Associate Kathy Trickey. EAGLE stand stands for Executive Assessment and Global Leadership Excellence. As the flagship program of Global Coaches Network, this program provides basic knowledge of concepts and processes needed for global coaches working to enhance the capacity of global leaders in global organizations worldwide. The end result for the leader is competency in the personal, business and leadership, and cultural arenas of his/her life and the opportunity to have a powerful positive impact on their organization's results and the global community.
This is the first of several trainings as Global Coaches Network grows rapidly to meet the needs of their client organizations worldwide.
September 2005: Global Coaches Network to become exclusive providers of coaching for Training Management Corporation.
Global Coaches Network, a worldwide alliance of forty global leadership coaches, consultants, and counselors home based in the Washington DC in the United States is teaming with Training Management Corporation of Princeton, New Jersey, USA, a firm providing training, consulting, and learning solutions to global organizations. An established and respected organization, Training Management Corporations has been partnering with organizations like IBM, American Express, and BP to meet their training and learning needs.
When TMC decided to expand into offering 揼lobal effectiveness coaching?to their clients, Global Coaches Network was the coaching organization of their choice. The Network offers TMC's customer organizations the opportunity to offer global effectiveness coaching to their senior leaders and managers locally and world wide. Global Coaches Network has coaches on the ground in seventeen countries, has coaches with expertise in twenty-three cultures, and can coach in fifteen languages.
Together TMC and GCN can provide comprehensive learning solutions leading to sustainable results in global organizations. Specifically they work in the areas of global effectiveness, global leadership development, international assignment success, cultural transition coaching, and personal mastery for senior leaders.