Greetings from the East-West Center Association Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. My name is Namuun and I am the Executive officer of EWCA Ulaanbaatar Chapter. To promote a better understanding about what the East-West Center offers to leaders, youth, scholars and practitioners across the world, we initiated a monthly interview corner with Alumnae from Mongolia. In our June interview, we are introducing Gandolgor Purevjav, Changing Faces Women's Leadership Seminar Alumna 2014. She is the Founder and CEO of Ganabell Success Institute Mongolia. Hope you enjoy learning about how she acted upon her learnings from joining the East-West Center programs.
I actually applied to this program 5 times for 5 years. This program is an annual program and has an open call-out for application every year. I finally got accepted with my 6th application. A program that is within a month's period of time may seem to be teaching less. But to be honest, the program provides so much including all the training knowledge, the place-based travels and learnings, peer-mentorship, and knowledge exchange from assigned Mentors. I found the program to be thoroughly tailored and well organized at a highly professional level. That's probably why the application process is quite competitive.
Key takeaways from this seminar were:
Throughout the past 10 years, I have been focusing more on providing coaching, consulting and human resources training for organizations in the private sector. Ever since the establishment of Ganabell Institute of Success, we've coached over 50,000 individuals of over 500 organizations. I've published number of books on Personal Development including "10 Steps towards Success"/“Амжилтын 10 алхам”,/, "The value of Debt"/“Өртэй хүн өөдөлдөг”, "English Learning Guides"/ “Англи хэл сурах аргачлал”, "H.A.J- Time Management Journal "/ “Цаг төлөвлөлтийн ХАЖ дэвтэр", and "Vision Board"/ “Хүслийн самбар”. I also established Ganabell Coaching Center and Ganabell Online School.
My values affect both my personal and professional life. A few of my professional values are:
5. Has joining this Seminar helped you see social issues/challenges in Mongolia from a different/new angle?
I started small. I took a dive into the entrepreneurship world from small and medium enterprise . To see growth and thriving, I learned that one should always Think Big towards what and where you visualize. I had 2 staff, and now we have more than 10 staff while helping and coaching much bigger organizations to thinking big and visualizing strategically.
From this seminar, I learned that we should empower more and more women change makers. After completion of this seminar, I initiated 6-months long coaching program empowering more than 100 women in Mongolia. Still today, we closely tailor and target women-oriented programs continuously.
I believe there are 5 main habits youth should know if they want to lead and make changes happen.
You can check out www.ganabell.com for Leadership courses I coach.
Definitely our vision keeps us going no matter what.
I have been across the United States previously exposing myself to many different cultures and nationalities. But Hawai'i is different. It's a melting pot, truly. But Mongolia is the opposite, we're ethnically homogeneous and people are much less exposed to varieties of colors and cultures. That's why it's best for youth to seek for exposure opportunities to many more cultures and become closer to being a Global Citizen. Doing so, we learn from our differences and indifferences which help create respect, honor and understanding in the world.
"Hawai'i is different. It's a melting pot, truly.
But Mongolia is the opposite, we're ethnically homogeneous and people are much less exposed to varieties of colors and cultures. That's why it's best for youth to seek for exposure opportunities to many more cultures and become closer to being a Global Citizen"
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