Training Programs

I’ve been facilitating training workshops since 2017 and have worked with groups at all levels, from interns and graduates to executive directors and senior leaders. I’ve delivered training to teams across Asia, Australia, Europe, India, the Middle East and the US.

My style is engaging, warm and collaborative. I facilitate through a coaching approach, experiential activities, reflection and group discussions. My delivery is inclusive and I create a safe space for participants to explore and learn. I bring my global experience to the sessions and deliver training through virtual and in-person sessions.

Programs are tailored to meet clients’ needs. The following are some I run. Please get in touch for more details.

Working in Remote Teams

Objectives: To help participants establish an awareness of the core competencies needed to work effectively with remote teams, and equip them with ideas and approaches to use when working globally.

Working Across Cultures

Objectives: To help participants establish the importance of building trust and relationships when working in global teams, and to identify cultural differences and their impact on workplace behaviour.

Presenting Your Message

Objectives: To help participants plan, organise and deliver their messages effectively in different situations – one-on-ones, team meetings, conference calls and networking events.

Business Email Writing

Objectives: To help participants write clear and concise business emails for international audiences.

Managing Meetings

Objectives: To help participants manage and participate effectively in meetings with their global colleagues and clients.

Building a Rapport and Networking

Objectives: To help participants manage their conversations – from small talk to influencing.

From Campus to Corporate

Objectives: To help fresh graduates transition to the  workplace by making the right impression and communicating effectively.

Communicating with Empathy

Objectives: To help participants understand the importance of empathy in the workplace and explore ways to develop this.

Managing Expectations

Objectives: To help participants understand what assertive communication is and isn’t, and explore ways to say no to unrealistic tasks and deadlines

Balancing your Communication

Objectives: To help participants understand the importance of active listening and asking effective questions. We’ll look at techniques to improve both skills in order to manage conversations in the workplace.

Developing an Executive Presence

Objectives: To help participants look and sound like leaders, and communicate their own value proposition and ideas effectively. Training for each course component is delivered virtually and lasts 90 minutes to two hours.

Course components:

  • Lexical impact (Making communication stronger by focusing on word choice)
  • Making the most of a minute (Communicating with greater precision when time is limited)
  • Cutting the fat (Increasing the precision of communication by making it leaner and more meaningful)
  • Non-verbal impact (Using voice and body language to support messaging in a more compelling way)
  • Structural impact (Using a consultative approach to thinking and communicating)
  • Asking thinking questions (Stimulating the generation of ideas through incisive questions)
  • Offering effective feedback (Tailoring feedback to the targeted recipient to make it more effective)
  • Facilitating collaboration (Becoming a catalyst for collaboration within teams by facilitating ideation and building consensus)
  • Managing divergent decision styles (Catering to different stakeholder decision styles when driving consensus)
  • Being assertive (Projecting oneself and ideas with greater poise and conviction)
  • Influencing others (Enhancing receptivity for ideas by building personal credibility and a reputation for sharing insight)
  • Mediating in challenging situations (Using communication strategies to establish your composure and drive resolution)