Amy Liu has extensive experience in executive coaching and intercultural and leadership
training. For over fifteen years, she has been involved in the development and facilitation
of intercultural seminars as well as global team and business management workshops.
Amy works as an independent consultant and with major intercultural service providers
to provide intercultural training and global leadership programs. As a bicultural
and bilingual consultant, Amy has successfully delivered both individual and group
training to top-level expatriates working in Greater China (China, Taiwan, and Hong
Kong) as well as programs to Chinese managers who desire to work more effectively
globally. Amy also travels extensively to Korea and Japan delivering similar programs.
With her counseling background, she provides counseling services to families who
are struggling with culture shock, adjustment issues, or personal concerns.
Amy's family immigrated to California, USA when she was 13 years old. She has lived
and worked in China, Taiwan, U.S.A., Japan, and France, and has traveled to over
40 countries. She has recently appreciated the opportunity to undertake a year-long
world cultural journey.
Throughout Amy's career as an intercultural consultant, she has worked with numerous
global organizations and with trainees from diverse cultural backgrounds. Her clients
include: 3M, Ericsson, Corning, Dow, Dell, HP, Intel, Logitech, EDS, Infineon, TSMC,
Broadcom, ATMI, Bayer, Pfizer, SCB, Citibank, AIG, Shell, Motorola, GE, Land Rover,
GM, Coach, Johnson & Johnson, Kimberly-Clark, Gillette, Mead Johnson, Unilever, and
Prior to Amy's time as an intercultural consultant, she worked in the U.S. as an
international Student Counselor in a community college while obtaining her Master's
degree. Prior to this role, Amy worked as a Marketing Manager for San Miguel Beer
and in public relations for an advertising agency in Taiwan.
Amy is a certified ontological coach with The Newfield Network. She holds a Master's
degree in Counseling Education from San Jose State University as well as a B.A. in
Economics with a minor in Business Management from the University of California,
Irvine. Amy has presented at the SIETAR-USA (The Society for Intercultural Education,
Training, and Research) annual conference since 2010 and attends professional development
seminars offered by The Summer Institute of Intercultural Communication.
Amy Liu has extensive intercultural training, personal development training, and
counseling experiences. For over twelve years, she has been involved in the development
and facilitation of cross-cultural workshops as well as personal development and
business management workshops.
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Taiwan A to Z: The Essential Cultural Guide, published in May 2009, is Amy's proud
creation. This book gives fascinating insights into the traditions, cultures, peoples,
and food on Taiwan.