Lim-Loges & Masters (LLM), a specialist in Talent Management, Transition Management and Disruption Management, is expanding its team and training expertise by appointing Tania Léger as its new Senior Partner – Intercultural Training & Executive Coach, as of immediate effect.
As part of the Transition Management team, Léger will apply her extensive skills to focus on cultural differences, both at the corporate and individual level, critical in M&A integration. She will provide the necessary cultural understanding and sensitivity required to support the success of the merger or acquisition.
Also, to strengthen LLM’s leadership training and coaching expertise, she will assist the leaders of today lead in a complex, cross-border and multicultural environment and thrive in this era of constant transitional change. Léger’s highly customised group and individual training programs address diversity in corporate culture, communication challenges between employees, managing across cultures or any issue within the company where culture plays a role.
“I’m very excited to be part of LLM’s team of experts who specialise in the niche market of transformation management. Culture for me is a passion, and in a time of Covid-19 where most companies are facing change and disruption, there couldn’t be better timing for me to join the company. My goal is to shorten our clients’ transition period by providing the tools that they need to adjust their behaviour for success,” said Léger.
Lelia Lim-Loges, Founder and Managing Partner, Lim-Loges & Masters commented; “It’s great to see our LLM Transition team in Asia strengthen further with the appointment of Tania. Many companies are struggling with their corporate culture, especially in this time of COVID-19 and Tania will provide the additional expert support our clients need during their transformational journey.”
For the past 17 years, Léger has helped a wide range of expatriates from more than 100 global companies adjust to transition in Asia. She fully comprehends the intercultural challenges and issues faced by individuals and organisations. Léger is adept at delivering assignment-related intercultural management training programs to senior-level executives and their families. This extensive experience is supported by her personal understanding of change having lived outside her home country of Switzerland for the past 19 years in Beijing, China; Manila, Philippines; and Singapore.
Before becoming a Trainer, Léger was an Area Manager for LVMH Watches & Jewellery in Switzerland and Singapore. She studied in Switzerland and Germany; and after that worked in various countries in Europe, Latin America and APAC. Léger started her professional career in Europe before relocating to Asia in 2001. She joined a global relocation company in 2003 and worked both as an Intercultural Account Manager overlooking clients in APAC and as a Training Consultant providing Assessment, Cross-Cultural and Repatriation training to executives and their families moving in and out of Asia.
Léger is an ICF certified coach, and she completed her certification as an Integral Coach with New Ventures West. She is a Licensee with Trompenaars Hampden-Turner. As such, she can incorporate Dilemma Reconciliation strategies using THT’s proprietary tools within her own training programs. In Singapore, Léger obtained her Advanced Certificate in Training & Assessment (ACTA) from WDA. She is also a certified administrator in MBTI suite instruments.
Managing Partner, Asia Pacific
Lim-Loges & Masters
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About Lim-Loges & Masters
Lim-Loges & Masters offers expertise in Executive Search, Transition Management and Disruption Management across Asia Pacific. LLM works with multinational companies seeking to transform their organisations through their people. Focusing on Asia, the LLM team helps companies minimise risks and manage talent, through a deep understanding of Asia Pacific’s business climate. LLM has a presence in China, Hong Kong, India and its regional HQ, Singapore with international affiliates in the UK.