A Rotary Club business coach trains women entrepreneurs in Kazakhstan

ASTANA (TCA) — American business coach Carolyn Fueil arrived in Kazakhstan to hold a workshop for the Council of Businesswomen of Astana to give recommendations to local women entrepreneurs on how to conduct their business properly and on developing leadership skills, the Atameken National Chamber of Entrepreneurs of Kazakhstan reported on July 26.

Carolyn Fueil represents the Rotary Club. She specializes in the development of leadership potential and develops various management models.

The main goal of the Rotary Club is to unite professionals and businesspeople to implement humanitarian projects, develop high ethical standards in the professional sphere and help in establishing peace and goodwill throughout the world. The club was founded in 1905 in Illinois, USA.

“Two years ago in September, as part of the Open World program, the club hosted a delegation from Kazakhstan, young entrepreneurs who wanted to learn about the state of US business and about US state support. This was a good experience for both the American representatives and the Kazakh members of the delegation. Today I am here to improve relations and possibly start an international joint project,” the business coach said.

The program Open World offers a 10-day exchange to establish a long professional relationship between promising leaders of the countries of the Open World and the Americans. Open World supports the interests, projects, partnerships of Americans related to the Eurasian countries. “When we have our own business, we are already leaders. But it is important to have patience in managing subordinates. They are the main tool of your business. If they work poorly, then business will stop providing quality services. It is vital to communicate well with employees, develop mutual trust. You also need to be able and have the courage to give some powers to subordinates. This system is especially used in the Western concept of the business environment,” Carolyn Fueil said.

Sergey Kwan

TCA