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Michael Carson joins us today to share his successful story as a golf instructor and his business in China. He tells us what brought him to China and how he gets involved in Chinese culture.
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Michael Carson

Michael Carson joins us today to share his successful story as a golf instructor and his business in China. He tells us what brought him to China and how he gets involved in Chinese culture. What’s more, he tells us how he fell in love with golf and golf coaching; he also shares his advice to us who are trying to gain the control of the work. As an HR consultant as well, he shares his advice about how to retain good employees and how to train the employees. You will find a lot of more interesting and valuable ideas from him, please click the video to get more.

Michael Carson is a director of Golf Instruction at Agile Binhai Golf Club. He played on the Utah High School 4A State Championship (USA) golf team from 1989-1993 then competed in regional tournaments during college. After winning the American Chamber of Commerce Amateur Tournament in 2006, Michael turned in his amateur status to pursue his interest and passion in helping others improve their skill and knowledge, enjoy golf more and achieve their individual golf goals. Since 2002, he has worked in professional management, external affairs coordination and HR consulting in Shanghai. He is proficient in mandarin at an advanced conversational level and able to instruct golfers of all ages and abilities.

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Driving Your Career

Exploring 21st Century best practices to help you better manage your career and execute more effective job searches in today's rapidly changing marketplace. Interviews with experts such as career coaches, corporate hiring authorities, executive recruiters, consultants at B-School career management centers, and senior executives who have successfully navigated their careers.

Peter-Hill

Host: Peter Hill - Principal Consultant, P.H.I. Consulting

Peter Hill is Principal Consultant of P.H.I. Consulting, a boutique career and job search advisory group that has been serving mid- to senior executives in the Asia Pacific and globally since 1999. The Global Times, and increasingly his base of clients in more than 20 countries, recognize him as “The Career Doctor.”
Peter is a Certified Five O’Clock Club Career Coach, dually certified and three-time TORI award-winning résumé writer, and contributor to more than 10 career guidance books in the US and Australia. The China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) and Shanghai Jiao Tong University retain Peter as Visiting Lecturer. He is also a frequently invited guest speaker on career management topics and has lived and worked in Shanghai, China for 10 years and previously in Nagoya, Japan for 6 years.

 

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