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Ryan E. Yip
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Got Career? Discover a match between your unique abilities and what the world needs!
Got Career? Discover a match between your unique abilities and what the world needs!

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There are several approaches to removing unwanted Google search results: remove or bury them.

Recently, I've been asked several times to give search engine optimization (SEO)advice on how to quickly remove a negative result that appears at the top of the page when a name, business, or other closely related keywords are searched, e.g., Googled. In…

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I'm fundraising in memory of my father, Chauncey Yip. A donation of $5 will still really help the efforts to end Alzheimer's disease...Thank you!

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Five years ago I watched an interview at the Wisdom 2.0 Conference of Pamela Weiss, founder of Appropriate Response and Todd Pierce, former SVP and CIO Genentech-Roche talking about their successful Personal Excellence Program:

Here is information from the Appropriate Response website:

THE PERSONAL EXCELLENCE PROGRAM
Since 2007, Appropriate Response has worked with over 650 employees at every level within the IT department at Genentech in South San Francisco through the Personal Excellence Program (PEP.) PEP offers a comprehensive structure of personalized development over one year, including facilitated groups, individual coaching, communities of support and feedback, and the cultivation of peer coaching skills.

The PEP Impact
Results from 2010 PEP participant surveys found that compared to before the PEP program:

First Year PEP Participants

100% reported increased understanding of their critical development areas
100% reported increased confidence in having the necessary tools and knowledge to develop
99% reported being more engaged and productive at work
87% reported increased meaning and satisfaction at work
100% rated PEP as better than other training programs
PEP Graduate Program Participants

97% reported increased ability to self-observe and self-correct
91% reported improved listening and peer coaching skills
80% reported feeling more responsible and accountable for their own development
80% reported being better able to deal with change and ambiguity
100% rated PEP as better than other training programs
Business Impact Study
A 2009 independent evaluation of PEP by experts who have studied the impact of hundreds of leadership programs reported that:

PEP led to significant business impact, more than doubling the typical impact assessed in other leadership programs (77% vs. 30%.)
PEP ranked in the top 5% of all leadership programs evaluated.
PEP produced an estimated $2 dollars for every dollar spent to deliver PEP.

Genentech Awarded 2010 ICF International Prism Award

The prestigious International Prism Award recognizes organizations that have enhanced excellence and business achievement through their commitment to coaching as a leadership strategy. 
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