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bonnie chan


Bonnie is a seasoned executive coach based in Hong Kong.  She specializes in cross-cultural coaching, succession planning and personal and organization effectiveness. Her rich business acumen and international trade experiences from over 18 years with Toshiba, HKTDC, Itochu and Unidux, articulates her coaching sense in different industries.

Bonnie coaches executives to inspire their courage, perspective, direction and insight to lead, finance, manage, optimize and preserve their own business or corporate assets with their all-round and integrated inside-out solutions. She also assists HR managers and directors in adopting a coaching culture and environment for their talented staff development programs, and has delivered workshops on leadership and communication skills in China.

Bonnie is the first IAC-CC certified coach from Hong Kong and the first there to achieve the IAC's MMC (Master Masteries Coach) accreditation. She has served as the Director on the Board of Governors of International Association of Coaching (IAC) and been President of its Hong Kong chapter. 

One of the first-batch coaches in Asia, Bonnie is the founding member of the Hong Kong International Coaching Community (HKICC), was elected as President in 2005/6 and is actively involved as the Honorary Advisor to the community.  She is currently a part time lecturer teaching Corporate Coaching in the HKU Space - the University of Hong Kong's leading professional and further education extension. Bonnie is accredited to administer the Harrison Assessment Tool.

She has a BA degree from the Keio University of Japan in Human Science, an MSc Degree from West Coast University in Applied Eco-Psychology and completed her coaching training at The Graduate School of Coaching, Coachville. Bonnie is also a Founding Fellow of the Institute of Coaching Professional Association (ICPA), a Harvard Medical School affiliate. She has lived and worked in Hong Kong, Japan, Canada and China and speaks English, Putonghua, Cantonese and Japanese.