登壇者：Andrew Silberman (AMT Group, K.K. President & Chief Enthusiast)
日 時：8月31日(日) 11:00〜12:30
私はこのセッションで、私に組織開発の専門家への道を歩ませた経験や、“Get a G.R.I.P.: Andrew’s Ax Guide to Global Readiness®”を書くに至ったクライアントとの成功と失敗を共有したいと思います。
Andrew Silberman has been coaching high performance individuals and teams since 1989. At AMT Group, which he co-founded in Tokyo in 1992, he leads a team of facilitators and staff whose mission is "Developing Global Thinkers." His clients are managers and executives from leading firms throughout Asia.
Andrew’s expertise is in improving “Global Readiness®,” the theme of his book Get a G.RI.P.*: Andrew’s Ax Guide to Global Readiness®, published by Media Tectonics in 2012.
In addition to his AMT Group, work, Andrew is a regular columnist for the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan (ACCJ Journal) and writes the E-newsletter Andrew’s Ax. Since 2010 he has been an adjunct professor of HR (Managing and Developing Human Capital) for the Temple University Japan Executive MBA program.
His volunteer activities include leadership positions at the ACCJ, where he was awarded “Leader of the Year” in 2006 and 2009 and was elected governor in 2012. He is also a board member of International Secondary School (ISS), a high school for kids who have difficulties adapting to the regular school system, and is the 2014 President of the Foreign Correspondents Club of Japan’s Toastmasters club.
In his “spare” time, under the alias Andy Atkins, he is the frontman for Moonshots, a feel-good/roots rock band, playing for weddings, charity events, private parties and “live houses” in Tokyo. The Moonshots released their first CD, Ten Year Testimonial in 2010 and are scheduled to release their second, Pieces Falling, in 2015.
Andrew has been working in multi-cultural offices during his entire career. Prior to entering the training field, he worked in sales and marketing in Honolulu, Hawaii, central and southern California, Madrid, Spain and in Mexico City. He first started working in international business as Director of Corporate Marketing for AIESEC-Berkeley.
Andrew was born in Chicago and lived from age 3 to 18 in Saratoga, California. He is married with two sons. He holds an A.B. in the Political Economy of Industrial Societies from U.C. Berkeley (1984) and an MBA in international management from the Fisher School of Business at the Monterey Institute of International Studies (with distinction, 1988).