Vivien Hau has almost 20 years of experience in developing senior leaders and top talents for numerous highly profitable Fortune 500 MNCs across the regions. She coaches them on a wide range of topics including leadership identity, presence, purpose, and resilience. Honouring the values, purpose and uniqueness of each individual, she provides a guided space for leaders to be still and focus in order to jump higher and further in this VUCA world.
Based out of Hong Kong and conversant in English, Cantonese and Mandarin, Vivien’s broad portfolio of clients include C-suite leaders, Managing Directors and Function Heads from various industries and cultures. She brings a honed professional expertise, and is proficient in the ecosystem of corporations. This unique background allows her to bring strategic thought leadership, pragmatic delivery and a savvy sense of stakeholder perspectives to her work with clients.
Vivien also advises organisations in succession planning and coaches leaders in their readiness for the next, exciting role. Her strong track record across different industries and cultures has resulted in plenty of endorsements and friendships. She is passionate about supporting leaders with children to live their personal and professional lives to their full potential. Together with her husband, Vivien devotes her time to nurturing their two aspiring little talents.
Over the years, Vivien has held different senior positions in Prudential, AXA, Global Payments and Johnson Controls, working across different leadership levels in global, regional and local teams. Prior to that, she has extensive consulting experience working for PDI and Watson Wyatt.
Vivien is a Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society, Registered Industrial-Organisational Psychologist with the Hong Kong Psychological Society, Certified Professional Co-Active Coach with Co-Active Training Institute, Associate Certified Coach with International Coach Federation, and a certified Appreciative Inquiry Practitioner. She holds an M.Phil. in Industrial-Organisational Psychology from The Chinese University of Hong Kong and a Bachelor of Social Science from the University of Hong Kong.