JANICE WON Founder The WON Principles

ABOUT JANICE

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JANICE WON Founder The WON Principles
JANICE WON Founder The WON Principles
Copyright 2017 Inspiring Diversity, LLC | info@inspiringdiversity.com
JANICE WON Founder The WON Principles
JANICE WON Founder The WON Principles

ABOUT JANICE

Copyright 2017 Inspiring Diversity, LLC info@inspiringdiversity.com
JANICE WON Founder The WON Principles

ABOUT JANICE

  • Vision for Self

    To ignite potential in people and organizations, professionally and personally. Through coaching, consulting, mentoring and/or community service, individuals and organizations will realize their potential and break through barriers to achieve goals and have a positive impact in the world. I am most fulfilled when clients, family and friends feel supported and accomplish their career and life goals. Being part of someone’s life journeys is an honor and privilege.

     

    Jackie Robinson said “A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives”. I want my legacy to be someone who was always present when help was most needed and provide vital support to transform individuals and organizations and to rise above the challenging situations they face. Also, I inspire them to be the best they can be. Yes, that I am fun to be around because of my infectious enthusiasm and diplomatic coalition building.

     

  • Background

     

    ❉ Ethnicity: Chinese, American

    ❉ Countries of Heritage: China, United States

    ❉ Language(s): Chinese (Cantonese, some Mandarin), English

    ❉ Gender: Female

    ❉ Years of Work Experience: 40+

    ❉ fOther Background Info (please describe): Native New Yorker raised in a bilingual immigrant household in Chinatown in Manhattan, NYC public school education, graduated Boston University, Magna Cum Laude, major in Psychology; career spans public, corporate, non-profit, entrepreneurial sectors

  • Janice in Three Words

    ❉ Strategist, Collaborator, Trustworthy-Resource

  • Top Accomplishments

    ❉ First, leading bank merger integration project teams that created innovative best practices in policy, diversity and human resources delivery. These set new leading-edge standards and raised the bar in the industry. Progressive human resources policies and practices create competitive business advantage for companies, form a positive workplace culture and develop/retain talent.

    ❉ Second, coaching countless Asian American executives and emerging leaders in corporate, government and nonprofit sectors, including the founding and growth of the Asian and Women of Color employee resource groups of JPMorgan Chase. Infusing leadership capacity in organizations improved individual and organizational performance. The underpinnings of success are the people who lead with vision and execute with passion and precision.

    ❉ Third, serving as interim executive for three Asian American nonprofits during leadership transitions: Asian American Arts Alliance, Museum of Chinese in American and most recently as Interim President & CEO for the Chinese-American Planning Council, the oldest and largest Asian American social services agency in the U.S. It was vital to have continuity of leadership for these legacy nonprofits which serve thousands of people in the community. It was essential to develop the leaders within for the organization’s long-term sustainability and be a trust-worthy, committed resource to support the board of directors.

     

     

  • Top Areas of Expertise

    ❉ Coaching

    ❉ Human Resources – Leadership Development, Diversity, Employee Relations

    ❉ Change Management, Transitions, Mergers

  • Career Advice to Younger Self

    ❉ Take more career risks and try different roles sooner.

    ❉ Define and communicate your personal brand so others can clearly understand how you can contribute and what you want/deserve.

    ❉ Develop a vast network of sponsors, mentors and colleagues/friends, and relentlessly help others. They will help you when you need it.

     

     

     

  • Current Role/Company and Impact on Development

    ❉ Company: The WON Principles

    ❉ Role: Founder

    ❉ Industry(ies): Coaching and Consulting

    ❉ Minority owned business/organization:  No

    ❉ Women owned business/organization: No

     

  • Top Allies Who have Supported My Development and Success

    ❉ Individuals:

    Claude V. Weir, Jr., Esq., Kenneth J. Kelly, Esq., JD Hokoyama, Linda Akutagawa, Jenny Low, David Rottman, Kevin Waxman, Ron Renaud, Dan Coben, Ellen Kumata

    ❉ Academic Institutions:

    Boston University, NYU, Coaches Training Institute

    ❉ Non-Profit Organizations:

    Chinese-American Planning Council, Inc.

    Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics, Inc.

    Asian Women Leadership Network

    Anti-Defamation League

    ❉ Other:

    The FutureWork Institute

    Mullin & Associates (currently Lee Hecht Harrison)

    JPMorgan Chase

    Working Mother Media Best Companies for Multicultural Women Conference

     

  • Opportunities Currently Seeking (highlight areas where iD community may be able to help!)

    ☑︎ Building Current Business (connecting with individual and organizational stakeholders who would likely have an interest in being engaged)

    ☑︎ General Networking/Relationship Building

    ☑︎ Employment

    ☑︎ For-Profit Board

    ☑︎ Non-Profit Board

    ☑︎ General Professional Development

    ☑︎ Be Coached

    ☑︎ Coach Others

    ☑︎ Speaking Opportunities

    ☑︎ Other (Please describe): Consulting on leadership and organizational transitions, interim executive

  • Song That Inspires Me Most

    ❉ One Moment in Time performed by Whitney Houston/Inspires people to be the best they can be. (Listen on Spotify)

     

Copyright 2017 Inspiring Diversity, LLC info@inspiringdiversity.com
JANICE WON Founder The WON Principles
Copyright 2017 Inspiring Diversity, LLC info@inspiringdiversity.com
JANICE WON Founder The WON Principles
ABOUT JANICE
  • Vision for Self

    To ignite potential in people and organizations, professionally and personally. Through coaching, consulting, mentoring and/or community service, individuals and organizations will realize their potential and break through barriers to achieve goals and have a positive impact in the world. I am most fulfilled when clients, family and friends feel supported and accomplish their career and life goals. Being part of someone’s life journeys is an honor and privilege.

     

    Jackie Robinson said “A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives”. I want my legacy to be someone who was always present when help was most needed and provide vital support to transform individuals and organizations and to rise above the challenging situations they face. Also, I inspire them to be the best they can be. Yes, that I am fun to be around because of my infectious enthusiasm and diplomatic coalition building.

     

  • Background

     

    ❉ Ethnicity: Chinese, American

    ❉ Countries of Heritage: China, United States

    ❉ Language(s): Chinese (Cantonese, some Mandarin), English

    ❉ Gender: Female

    ❉ Years of Work Experience: 40+

    ❉ fOther Background Info (please describe): Native New Yorker raised in a bilingual immigrant household in Chinatown in Manhattan, NYC public school education, graduated Boston University, Magna Cum Laude, major in Psychology; career spans public, corporate, non-profit, entrepreneurial sectors

  • Janice in Three Words

    ❉ Strategist, Collaborator, Trustworthy-Resource

  • Top Accomplishments

    ❉ First, leading bank merger integration project teams that created innovative best practices in policy, diversity and human resources delivery. These set new leading-edge standards and raised the bar in the industry. Progressive human resources policies and practices create competitive business advantage for companies, form a positive workplace culture and develop/retain talent.

    ❉ Second, coaching countless Asian American executives and emerging leaders in corporate, government and nonprofit sectors, including the founding and growth of the Asian and Women of Color employee resource groups of JPMorgan Chase. Infusing leadership capacity in organizations improved individual and organizational performance. The underpinnings of success are the people who lead with vision and execute with passion and precision.

    ❉ Third, serving as interim executive for three Asian American nonprofits during leadership transitions: Asian American Arts Alliance, Museum of Chinese in American and most recently as Interim President & CEO for the Chinese-American Planning Council, the oldest and largest Asian American social services agency in the U.S. It was vital to have continuity of leadership for these legacy nonprofits which serve thousands of people in the community. It was essential to develop the leaders within for the organization’s long-term sustainability and be a trust-worthy, committed resource to support the board of directors.

     

     

  • Top Areas of Expertise

    ❉ Coaching

    ❉ Human Resources – Leadership Development, Diversity, Employee Relations

    ❉ Change Management, Transitions, Mergers

  • Career Advice to Younger Self

    ❉ Take more career risks and try different roles sooner.

    ❉ Define and communicate your personal brand so others can clearly understand how you can contribute and what you want/deserve.

    ❉ Develop a vast network of sponsors, mentors and colleagues/friends, and relentlessly help others. They will help you when you need it.

     

     

     

  • Current Role/Company and Impact on Development

    ❉ Company: The WON Principles

    ❉ Role: Founder

    ❉ Industry(ies): Coaching and Consulting

    ❉ Minority owned business/organization:  No

    ❉ Women owned business/organization: No

     

  • Top Allies Who have Supported My Development and Success

    ❉ Individuals:

    Claude V. Weir, Jr., Esq., Kenneth J. Kelly, Esq., JD Hokoyama, Linda Akutagawa, Jenny Low, David Rottman, Kevin Waxman, Ron Renaud, Dan Coben, Ellen Kumata

    ❉ Academic Institutions:

    Boston University, NYU, Coaches Training Institute

    ❉ Non-Profit Organizations:

    Chinese-American Planning Council, Inc.

    Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics, Inc.

    Asian Women Leadership Network

    Anti-Defamation League

    ❉ Other:

    The FutureWork Institute

    Mullin & Associates (currently Lee Hecht Harrison)

    JPMorgan Chase

    Working Mother Media Best Companies for Multicultural Women Conference

     

  • Opportunities Currently Seeking (highlight areas where iD community may be able to help!)

    ☑︎ Building Current Business (connecting with individual and organizational stakeholders who would likely have an interest in being engaged)

    ☑︎ General Networking/Relationship Building

    ☑︎ Employment

    ☑︎ For-Profit Board

    ☑︎ Non-Profit Board

    ☑︎ General Professional Development

    ☑︎ Be Coached

    ☑︎ Coach Others

    ☑︎ Speaking Opportunities

    ☑︎ Other (Please describe): Consulting on leadership and organizational transitions, interim executive

  • Song that Inspires Me Most

    ❉ One Moment in Time performed by Whitney Houston/Inspires people to be the best they can be. (Listen on Spotify)

     

Copyright 2017 Inspiring Diversity, LLC info@inspiringdiversity.com
JANICE WON Founder The WON Principles
ABOUT JANICE
  • Vision for Self

    To ignite potential in people and organizations, professionally and personally. Through coaching, consulting, mentoring and/or community service, individuals and organizations will realize their potential and break through barriers to achieve goals and have a positive impact in the world. I am most fulfilled when clients, family and friends feel supported and accomplish their career and life goals. Being part of someone’s life journeys is an honor and privilege.

     

    Jackie Robinson said “A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives”. I want my legacy to be someone who was always present when help was most needed and provide vital support to transform individuals and organizations and to rise above the challenging situations they face. Also, I inspire them to be the best they can be. Yes, that I am fun to be around because of my infectious enthusiasm and diplomatic coalition building.

     

  • Background

     

    ❉ Ethnicity: Chinese, American

    ❉ Countries of Heritage: China, United States

    ❉ Language(s): Chinese (Cantonese, some Mandarin), English

    ❉ Gender: Female

    ❉ Years of Work Experience: 40+

    ❉ fOther Background Info (please describe): Native New Yorker raised in a bilingual immigrant household in Chinatown in Manhattan, NYC public school education, graduated Boston University, Magna Cum Laude, major in Psychology; career spans public, corporate, non-profit, entrepreneurial sectors

  • Janice in Three Words

    ❉ Strategist, Collaborator, Trustworthy-Resource

  • Top Accomplishments

    ❉ First, leading bank merger integration project teams that created innovative best practices in policy, diversity and human resources delivery. These set new leading-edge standards and raised the bar in the industry. Progressive human resources policies and practices create competitive business advantage for companies, form a positive workplace culture and develop/retain talent.

    ❉ Second, coaching countless Asian American executives and emerging leaders in corporate, government and nonprofit sectors, including the founding and growth of the Asian and Women of Color employee resource groups of JPMorgan Chase. Infusing leadership capacity in organizations improved individual and organizational performance. The underpinnings of success are the people who lead with vision and execute with passion and precision.

    ❉ Third, serving as interim executive for three Asian American nonprofits during leadership transitions: Asian American Arts Alliance, Museum of Chinese in American and most recently as Interim President & CEO for the Chinese-American Planning Council, the oldest and largest Asian American social services agency in the U.S. It was vital to have continuity of leadership for these legacy nonprofits which serve thousands of people in the community. It was essential to develop the leaders within for the organization’s long-term sustainability and be a trust-worthy, committed resource to support the board of directors.

     

     

  • Top Areas of Expertise

    ❉ Coaching

    ❉ Human Resources – Leadership Development, Diversity, Employee Relations

    ❉ Change Management, Transitions, Mergers

  • Career Advice to Younger Self

    ❉ Take more career risks and try different roles sooner.

    ❉ Define and communicate your personal brand so others can clearly understand how you can contribute and what you want/deserve.

    ❉ Develop a vast network of sponsors, mentors and colleagues/friends, and relentlessly help others. They will help you when you need it.

     

     

     

  • Current Role/Company and Impact on Development

    ❉ Company: The WON Principles

    ❉ Role: Founder

    ❉ Industry(ies): Coaching and Consulting

    ❉ Minority owned business/organization:  No

    ❉ Women owned business/organization: No

     

  • Top Allies Who have Supported My Development and Success

    ❉ Individuals:

    Claude V. Weir, Jr., Esq., Kenneth J. Kelly, Esq., JD Hokoyama, Linda Akutagawa, Jenny Low, David Rottman, Kevin Waxman, Ron Renaud, Dan Coben, Ellen Kumata

    ❉ Academic Institutions:

    Boston University, NYU, Coaches Training Institute

    ❉ Non-Profit Organizations:

    Chinese-American Planning Council, Inc.

    Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics, Inc.

    Asian Women Leadership Network

    Anti-Defamation League

    ❉ Other:

    The FutureWork Institute

    Mullin & Associates (currently Lee Hecht Harrison)

    JPMorgan Chase

    Working Mother Media Best Companies for Multicultural Women Conference

     

  • Opportunities Currently Seeking (highlight areas where iD community may be able to help!)

    ☑︎ Building Current Business (connecting with individual and organizational stakeholders who would likely have an interest in being engaged)

    ☑︎ General Networking/Relationship Building

    ☑︎ Employment

    ☑︎ For-Profit Board

    ☑︎ Non-Profit Board

    ☑︎ General Professional Development

    ☑︎ Be Coached

    ☑︎ Coach Others

    ☑︎ Speaking Opportunities

    ☑︎ Other (Please describe): Consulting on leadership and organizational transitions, interim executive

  • Song that Inspires Me Most

    ❉ One Moment in Time performed by Whitney Houston/Inspires people to be the best they can be. (Listen on Spotify)

     

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