Search Switch

Showing 1-10 of 12 results


    Coaching a chief executive's successor

    Business, Kriengsak Niratpattanasai, Published on 27/10/2014

    » 'Congratulations, Khun Tana, I just heard your company's announcement," I say.


    Thailand's challenge: Rich in ambitions, poor in people skills?

    Christopher Bruton, Published on 22/05/2017

    » Announcement of visionary and ambitious plans has become almost routine. The year 2017 will apparently not be an election year (nothing new about that) but has begun with boom times in the planning sector. In January 2017, we were treated to announcements about "Thailand 4.0". These were soon followed by further revelations about the "Eastern Economic Corridor". These schemes are all part of government strategies to move Thailand into "Thriving in the 21st century: security, prosperity and sustainability". The 21st century has been going for quite a while now, but "better late than never", and "never" had become quite a routine in recent years.


    Refining the 2017 business plan

    Business, Kriengsak Niratpattanasai, Published on 12/09/2016

    » 'Coach Kriengsak, I will have a meeting with my top leadership team next week on our 2017 business plan," Kitti tells me. "The objective will be to get mutual agreement on key assumptions that we will use for planning. I want to use our time today to prepare myself."


    Helping a CEO with time management

    Business, Kriengsak Niratpattanasai, Published on 15/08/2016

    » 'Coach Kriengsak, I'm overwhelmed with work," Martin tells me. "I think there must be something wrong with the way I manage my work."


    2015 Thailand’s top graduate employers

    Special Publications, Published on 07/09/2015

    » Thailand’s Top Graduate Employers (TTGE) was first conducted in 2004. TTGE 2015 is the 5th time the survey has been conducted. The highlight is Thailand’s most reputable companies classified by industry and type of businesses. The main objective of the survey is to benchmark Thailand’s most recognized companies as perceived by new hires and professional audiences. The Employers of Choice survey demonstrated the most preferred firms among career seekers.


    Come clean on graduate jobs rate, unis told

    News, Lamphai Intathep, Published on 27/10/2014

    » Universities have been asked to disclose graduate employment rates for fields of study as they launch recruitment drives, to better align supply of graduates with market demand.


    The pitch ahead

    Life, Yvonne Bohwongprasert, Published on 24/06/2014

    » Thailand women’s football coach Nuengruethai Sathongwieng has been in seventh heaven ever since her girls made football history last month by qualifying for the 2015 Fifa Women’s World Cup, which will be held in Canada.


    Headhunter by chance

    Asia focus, Nithi Kaveevivitchai, Published on 21/04/2014

    » With more than 2,000 employees at 53 offices in 24 countries, Robert Walters is now one of the world’s leading recruitment consultancies, and with expansion in Asia it is only going to get bigger and bigger over the next decades. However, when asked what it takes to become a global business services provider and how he ended up in the industry in the first place, the man whose name is on the door is disarmingly candid.


    Realising potential

    Life, Pimrapee Thungkasemvathana, Published on 08/04/2014

    » Martin Luther King Jr had Bayard Rustin. Steve Jobs had Ken Segall. Tsar Nicholas II had Rasputin. And modern-day executives out to conquer the world have Potchanart Seebungkerd, better known as “Jimi the Coach”. Throughout her life, Jimi has been the person everyone turns to for advice, but it wasn’t until 2004 that she tapped into her warm, attentive, and non-judgemental personality and became a professional coach. As a coach, she guides her clients, most of them executives of large corporations, not only to perform more efficiently and successfully at work, but also to catapult their careers and lead more fulfilling lives through a deeper understanding of themselves and their potential.


    Open spaces

    Life, Yvonne Bohwongprasert, Published on 27/01/2014

    » Motor sports enthusiast Wijak Lertprasertpakorn is as competitive on the auto racing course as he is while juggling the pressures of his family empire. The 39-year-old, whose good looks mean he could easily be mistaken for a model, is managing director of TBN Group, a Toyota dealer and operator of the popular community mall Paseo, which his father, Chan, founded.

Your recent history

  • Recently searched

    • Recently viewed links

      Did you find what you were looking for? Have you got some comments for us?