Vodcast # 27 - Learn to Evolve in a VUCA World by Margot Ling
What can I do better this year? Margot, our Founder, Cross-Cultural Growth Catalyst and Communications Coach, walked us through how to succeed in the VUCA world (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, Ambiguous).
New year new page! What do you want to see in the new you 12 months from now?
Many of us, including Margot, have reflected on the unexpected big global change last year,
and how it disrupted our normal routines & businesses. The pandemic was an unexpected reminder of the VUCA world in which we live - volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous.
One of the essentials to thrive in the VUCA world is to learn how to adapt and evolve. Margot always shares with her coachees and trainees the magic of growth mindset - whether it is for cross-cultural performance, global communications or personal growth.
We can all learn - We can all learn to adapt and evolve in this new normal.
If you still haven’t found your growth area for this year, maybe these questions can help!
(1) Where do you want to be?
(2) Where am I?
(3) What can bridge the gap between here and there?
Let’s learn together and keep trying. We can thrive in this challenging time together!
About the Speaker
As a Global Mindset and Growth Mindset evangelist, Margot Ling is one of the few Certified Cultural Intelligence (CQ) Facilitators in Greater China from a business background. In recent years, Margot is also a performance & empowerment coach for tech start-up CEOs and global executives. Using her unique background in digital media and coaching, she created the A.G.I.L.E. performance coaching model to help clients to achieve sustainable growth. Margot has been a guest speaker in public institutions and universities in Hong Kong. She has also trained a wide range of content partners in the region, including China state-owned media, international media and private technology companies. Margot's Cross-Cultural Performance Workshop participants over the last year rated their satisfaction at an average of 94%. She speaks English, Mandarin and Cantonese.