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  • 1. About Centre for Executive Education (CEE Global) A Network of Global HR & OD Consulting Firm Specialising in:  Executive Development  High Potential Development  Executive Coaching  Talent Management  Succession Planning  Executive Assessment
  • 2. • Centre of Executive Education (CEE Global) is a premier network for established human resource development and consulting firms around the globe which partners with our client to design solutions for leaders at all levels who will navigate the firm through tomorrow's business challenges. • CEE has established strategic partnerships with Executive Development Associates (EDA), International Professional Managers Association (IPMA) and Cegos Asia Pacific as well as a network of Affiliate Partners across the globe. • CEE faculty, consultants and executive coaches are highly credentialed with extensive experience to help managers and executives who are being positioned for future career growth. Each possess an enormous passion for the success and growth that executive development and coaching can bring to our participants. Who We Are 2 Copyright © 2014 Centre for Executive Education
  • 3. We partner with our clients to develop the executive capabilities needed to achieve their strategic objectives. Our Mission 3 Copyright © 2014 Centre for Executive Education
  • 4. • Companies often say that their employees are their most valuable asset, but many struggle to connect each employee's individual performance to the company's strategy and mission. • Developing an integrated talent-development process can solve that problem while also helping companies identify critical skills gaps and address succession planning. CEE Philosophy – Talent Management as a Strategic Priority 4 Copyright © 2014 Centre for Executive Education
  • 5. • CEE collaborates with clients, adapting various organizational development approaches to their specific business contexts. • We design and implement tailor-made learning and organisational development strategies that greatly improve our client's performance, increase market value and enhance organisational capability. • We develop insight into what drives value creation and competitive advantage in our clients' businesses. Then, we work closely with our clients to convert insight into concrete strategies and tactics. • The implementation of insight has high impact in the form of value created for our clients. When we deliver impact repeatedly, we earn their trust and build lasting relationships that serve as a platform for deeper insight and ever-greater impact. What We Do 5 Copyright © 2014 Centre for Executive Education
  • 6. • Custom-designed executive development programs that build mission-critical capabilities • Leadership development strategies & systems for acceleration of High Potential development and building deep bench-strength and a strong leadership pipeline • Integrated Talent Management & Succession Planning • C-Suite Coaching & Executive Coaching for leaders at all levels • Key Note Presentations & Learn@Lunch Sessions Our Services 6 Copyright © 2014 Centre for Executive Education For further details, visit:
  • 7. Our Strategic Partners 7 Executive Development Associates (EDA) Since 1982 Executive Development Associates (EDA) has pioneered and been a leader in creating custom-designed executive development strategies, systems and coaching programs that help clients achieve their strategic objectives and win in the marketplace. International Professional Managers Association (IPMA) The International Professional Managers Association is an International Examining, Licensing and Regulatory Professional body formed for the purpose of providing practicing managers with the opportunity to participate and to be part of the process of improving managerial performance and effectiveness in all areas of business, industry and public administration. Cegos Asia Pacific The Cegos Group was established in France in 1926, providing services in Human Resource Development, Training and Operational Consulting via multi-modal platform including e-learning. With a 15-year presence in the rapidly growing Asia-Pacific region, with Regional Head Office in Singapore. Copyright © 2014 Centre for Executive Education
  • 8. Our Selected Affiliate Partners 8 Copyright © 2014 Centre for Executive Education For further details, visit:
  • 9. • Significant, measurable improvements in: • Leadership effectiveness • Organizational capabilities • Business impact/results • Increased unity and alignment around the vision, values and strategy • Accelerated strategy execution • Improved strategic thinking • Enhanced team effectiveness and increased coordination and collaboration across the organization Typical Outcomes of Engagements 9 Copyright © 2014 Centre for Executive Education
  • 10. Executives: – Top Management Team – Functional Leaders – High-Potentials Leaders Appropriate Cascading to Managers all the way down the leadership pipeline  Support Line Executives To Develop their Leaders  High-Level Individual Contributors Typical Target Audiences 10 Copyright © 2014 Centre for Executive Education
  • 11. Purpose • Serve need for fast-cycle, practical, immediately applicable research on topics that advance the state of the art • Help us and clients stay abreast of best practices, identify pockets of innovation and explore new practices Recent Projects • Trends in Executive Development • Best Practices in Integrated Talent Management Systems • High-Impact Executive Coaching • Identifying & Developing High Potentials CEE and EDA Research 11 Copyright © 2014 Centre for Executive Education For further details, visit: store-resource-center/research/
  • 12.  Ram Charan, Educator, Author and Consultant to CEOs  Jim Kouzes, Best-selling Author and Dean’s Executive Professor of Leadership, Leavey School of Business, Santa Clara University  George Consolver, Director, Strategy Process, Texas Instruments  Vijay Govindarajan, Professor, Amos Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College  Ted Hoff, Vice President Learning, IBM  Mary Jane Knudson, VP Human Resources, Fidelity Investments  Sandy Ogg, Chief Human Resource Officer, Unilever N.V.  Chuck Presbury, Sr. Director Leadership Dev, McGraw-Hill Co EDA Advisory Board 12 Copyright @2014 Centre for Executive Education For further details, visit: members/eda-advisory-board/
  • 13. Executive Development Strategy & Programs Marketplace Challenges Business Vision, Values & Strategy Business Needs & Priorities • Organization Capabilities Required • Executive & Leadership Requirements GapsGlobal Industry Forces & Trends Linking Leadership Development to Organizational Strategy 13 Copyright @2014 Centre for Executive Education
  • 14. 14 CEE Results-Driven Framework Copyright © 2014 Centre for Executive Education For further details, visit:
  • 15. 15 Copyright @2014 Centre for Executive Education CEE Talent Management Framework For further details, visit:
  • 16. 16 Executive Development Process Copyright © 2014 Centre for Executive Education For further details, visit:
  • 17. Executive Coaching 17 Copyright @2014 Centre for Executive Education
  • 18. CEE Coaching Framework: A.D.A.M. 18 • Assess: Through a series of assessment and information gathering from various stakeholders • Debrief: The coachee will be provided with feedback based on the results of the assessments and with the support of the Coach will develop a Development Plan • Action Plan: The Coachee will implement the Development Plan by taking well-defined action steps and regular feedback during scheduled coaching sessions with the Coach. • Measure: A full evaluation of the coaching process and engagement based on the agreed success metrics at the beginning of the assignment. For further details, visit: Copyright © 2014 Centre for Executive Education
  • 19. Executive Coaching Customizable Process Pre-Coaching Chemistry Meeting and Assessments: – The coach and the coachee will have a meeting (preferably face to face) to discuss the process and set expectations. – An assessment battery and 360-degree survey will be administered and completed before the initial onsite engagement. Onsite Interviews and Feedback: The coach will come onsite for two days. – The first day will include meeting with the coachee plus a series of confidential interviews with key stakeholders. – Subsequent meetings is typically held between the coach and the coachee. This day is for feedback and goal setting. – Thereafter the Coach and Coachee will meet on monthly basis over a duration of up to 1.5 hours per session. 19 Copyright © 2014 Centre for Executive Education
  • 20. Centre for Executive Education (CEE Global) 259 Tampines Central, Singapore 915209 Tel: (65) 6789 0977 Fax: (65) 6789 0911 Email: Website: Articles: LinkedIn: Facebook: Twitter: Contact Details & Social Media Copyright © 2014 Centre for Executive Education 20