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Miranda Yen – Training – Stanford Who’s Who Certified

Miranda Yen Profiled As Multi-Lingual Training And Coaching Expert With AsiaWorks

HONG KONG, CHINA, July 2, 2013 /Stanford Who’s Who/ -- Stanford Who’s Who proudly announces the addition of Miranda Yen to the ranks of professional individuals as a result of her work in the field of professional training and coaching. As Director and Senior Trainer at AsiaWorks, as well as throughout her entire career, Miranda has consistently demonstrated the dedication, vision, and skills required to be considered among the best.

AsiaWorks is the leading experiential training and consulting company in Asia, founded in Hong Kong in 1993. The company offers educational workshops that generate an environment for personal discovery and empowering people to reach higher levels of achievement and fulfillment. AsiaWorks targets all areas of life, including career, finance, relationships, family, community and work-life balance. The company focuses on delivering first class experiential training, executive coaching, and leadership training through their offices in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore, Taiwan, and Malaysia.

Miranda Yen is a multilingual professional trainer and coach currently serving as Director and Senior Trainer for AsiaWorks and The Works Partnership (TWP). She specializes in leadership training, ontological coaching, communication training and team building training. Miranda has trained thousands of students in Taiwan, Malaysia, Hong Kong, China, and Singapore and coached managers and executives on effective coaching, leadership, and performance.

Miranda benefits from a Taiwanese background and extensive educational exposure to the western culture, which allowed her to grow into a versatile multi-lingual trainer in Mandarin, English, Shanghainese, and Cantonese. In addition, the responsibilities of her dual directorship with AsiaWorks and TWP include running daily business and operations with a special focus on the P&L of the operation.

Before launching her career in the training and coaching industry, Miranda performed successfully in the highly challenging marketing and advertising arena with well established organizations, such as the well known advertising agency Leo Burnett.

Despite acquiring a vast part of her expertise through professional experience, Miranda Yen also earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from the Mary Washington College in Virginia, United States.  Further advancing her education, Miranda graduated from The Newfield Coach Training Program and became MBTI and Firo-B Accredited. She is also the first trainer at TWP to conduct The Samurai Game by Mr. George Leonard and is credited for having co-founded the AsiaWorks Charity Fund in 2011.

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