Stanley Ng (Stan) 黄宝明
Stan is a trainer, consultant, and coach for the past 15 years and has personally trained, consulted, and coached over 5,000 professionals from 45 fortune 500 companies.
Started his career as an IT engineer in 2005. By 2007, he led a team of 27 professionals from 5 countries managing large projects of over 10,000 users. From 2008 onwards, he started delivering training for fortune 500 companies. By 2011, he manages several businesses generating 6 figure revenue. Stan has a sales record of generating $1,000 per hour over 36 hours.
Even though Stan has been using coaching skills in his profession, he officially embarked on ICF accredited coach education in 2018 and after completing hundreds of hours coach training, mentor coaching and coach experience, he achieved his International Coaching Federation (ICF) Professional Certified Coach in January 2021.
Stan focuses on Executive Coaching and Business Coaching. Stan delivers VMware and Google Cloud authorized training. Get In Touch Today
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How I Work?
It always starts with a powerful coaching session
It’s really important that there’s a good match between a client and their coach, and vice versa. This page will tell you a bit more about coaching and what it means to me, but coaching is a hard thing to describe, and in reality there’s no substitute for experiencing it. That’s why, if you are interested in working with me and I think I have the ability to serve you powerfully, I will offer you a powerful coaching session. This is a gift from me, and that way we can really find out if you want to commit to working with me, and if we can do powerful work together. If this sounds like the right thing for you, get in touch.
What is coaching?
'Partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.' - International Coaching Federation (ICF)
For me, what this means in practice is that I sit with a client and support and challenge them to expand what they think possible, and to create the results they want to create. I do this through a combination of questions, feedback and assignments, and a powerful intuition built up over years of experience and hundreds of hours of working with clients. Different people get really different things from coaching, because people are really different
How will our work be structured?
People are different, with different circumstances, requirements and ways of working, and I will create a coaching engagement to match what you need to create the extraordinary. Here’s some guidance on how my coaching engagements often work, based on clients I’ve worked with:
As an introduction to working with me, we will start with a powerful coaching conversation.
Coaching sessions are usually 60 minutes, in person or via Zoom.
The first thing we’ll do if we decide to work together is get clear on our vision for our coaching work: what does success look like for you?
If I work with a client, it’s usually over a period of at least 6 months.
We will usually have sessions every 2-3 weeks, with the flexibility to meet more or less frequently at some points during the engagement.
We will meet one-to-one or as part of a group. We will work out together whether individual or group coaching might be the best for you.
I’ll provide you with a space to discuss what’s important to you. I’ll support and challenge you with questions and feedback.
Coaching is about action, and creating real change in the world, so between sessions there will always be assignments for you.
But sometimes how I usually work isn’t the best way to work with someone. If after our first conversation we decide to work together, we’ll discuss how to make it work so that you can create the changes you want to create, and make sure we have an engagement which supports you to do that.