Lynn (Rui-Ling) King
Lynn King has over 20 years of professional experience in consulting, training and coaching high performance leaders and teams. Expertise areas include: change management, communication skills, intercultural competency, management and leadership skills, train-the-trainer, creativity and innovation, conflict management, diversity and inclusion, project management. In addition, Ms. King has been committed to socially responsible leadership in the world community: 1) as Vision Mentor for World Pulse, enabling high potential women leaders in developing countries, and 2) as Net Impact’s Global Asia Fellow and Shanghai’s Silver Chapter President. Net Impact is a global network of students and professionals dedicated to changing the world through socially responsible business. Ms. King is also the recent author of “A Disaster-Resilient World Needs a New Kind of Leadership,” published in Rebuilding Sustainable Communities with Vulnerable Populations After the Cameras Have Gone: A Worldwide Study (2012). With a passion for linking visionary leadership to current reality, Ms. King is now developing her own social enterprise around food, water, energy security and social innovation. She is conversationally fluent in Mandarin Chinese. Past and current clients include: adidas (Shanghai, Guangzhou), Bosch (Wuxi, Shanghai), Carrefour (Shanghai), General Electric (Shanghai), Microsoft (Asia), Phillips (Shanghai), Proctor & Gamble (Beijing, Shanghai), RAE Systems, Roche (Shanghai), Shanghai World Financial Center Forum, Tesco (Shanghai), United Automotive Electronic Systems (UAES), and more. Ms. King holds a Master’s Degree in Organization Development from The Fielding Institute (USA), a Certificate in Organization and Systems Change (OSD) from The Gestalt Institute (USA), and an undergraduate degree from Princeton University (USA).