Xue Suavet-Jiang

Executive Coach

Xue Suavet-Jiang is a global executive coach and consultant. She integrates Harvard Leadership Theory and Ancient Eastern Philosophy to help leaders grow and expand their meaning-making systems so that they can lead more effectively in complexity. Xue was born in China with more than 25 years of academic and professional experience in the USA, Canada, France, Sweden, and Singapore.

Currently Xue is coaching senior business leaders, university deans and professors in North America, Europe and Asia. Her coaching is focused on adult development, leadership, and personal transformation. Xue learned from professors Robert Kegan and Ronald Heifetz at Harvard University. She worked at Kegan’s company Minds at Work and helped Kegan teach and develop the Harvard Immunity To Change coaching program for 60000 global learners on edX. She has taught ITC group coaching programs at MIT, UC Berkeley and multinational organizations. She has helped many global leaders reach their improvement goals with the ITC coaching method.

Xue has held various management positions in multinational companies, consulting firms, and universities. She has worked as an MBA coach at UC Berkeley Haas School of Business, and a career coach at Stockholm School of Economics in Sweden. She has also worked as a business researcher at Harvard Business School.

In her free time, Xue enjoys helping relocated international families transition to a new country. During the last 18 years, Xue has helped hundreds of international students, scholars and spouses to transition to the US, Canada and Sweden. Xue designed and taught global transition programs at Harvard, MIT, and UC Berkeley to help foreigners adapt to a new culture, design a meaningful life abroad, and manage their emotional wellbeing.

Xue has a Master of Education (Adult Development and Leadership) from Harvard University, an MBA from IAE Aix-Marseille Graduate School of Management in France, and a Bachelor degree of Electrical Engineering from the University of British Columbia in Canada.