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Ting Ting Y. Lin

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Ting-Ting brings more than 20 years of professional experience in management and business to coaching. Ten years living in Greater China as an executive at Philips Electronics, a Fortune 100 multinational, honed her skills at developing both individuals and organizations in the corporate competitive environment. She has key insights of the business processes and could quickly bring trust to her coaching clients due to her sincerity and willingness to support individual growth. Previous to her corporate experience, her first 10 years as a tenured Professor at the University of California, prepared her with experience managing government and industry-sponsored research and development projects and cross-cultural graduate students. This experience provided her the ability to be creative, entrepreneurial, and think out of the box

Ting-Ting believes in life-long learning and being accountable for self and one’s environment in one’s life. Her strength in logical thinking and objective analysis of complex issues supports her clients toward an alignment of physical, mental, and the nature of the matter. Her method in coaching is to stimulate the thought process of individuals to work coherently in one’s life, organization, and environment toward setting a common goal and clear priorities. Together with her willingness to share her learning, she has successfully supported many individuals discover one self, position one’s roles in life, and make challenging commitments moving forward.

Ting-Ting graduated with a Ph.D. degree from Carnegie Mellon University in the United States and an executive MBA from Ashridge College in the United Kingdom. She is a certified MBTI, Firo-B, Emergenetics, and C-PAS (Personality Aptitude System) trainer and a Tai-Chi master.

Recent clients in consulting and training include Unilever (various managerial topics at Shanghai HQs), mind-set selling for ARM (Taipei/Japan/Shanghai branches), Business Acumen for GSK pharmaceutical, ASM (coaching), and change management for NXP Semiconductors (Multimarket Semiconductors division).

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Jane Grafton
Cathy Johnson
Deena De Vries-Jones
Ho Kah Keh
Tamiko Kawashima
Beth mAcdonald
Eli Matsui
Charlotte Maure
Michelle Ong
Bob Schilling
Rob Schilling
Butch Tan
Ting Ting Y. Lin


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