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Colin Lee

Consultant

A passionate, enthusiastic educator and facilitator, Colin strives daily to appreciate, inspire and motivate his class participants. With 20 years of corporate and entrepreneurial experiences, he now prides himself in a facilitating style that is positive and highly interactive, encouraging participation in creative ways to engage participants in their own learning. He practices infusing personal life experiences to extract key learnings and to demonstrate life practicalities of the lessons. As a proud father of two inquisitive and adventurous girls, his personal conviction to
lead by example in attitude and behaviour carries through to his coaching approach. Colin’s way of engagement can be traced to his Clifton StrengthFinder® talent themes (ideation | responsibility | strategic | learner | intellection | developer | relator | positivity).


Colin is also Professional Certified Coach (PCCTM) credentialed by the International Coaching Federation, and has coached executives from various MNCs, including Microsoft Asia Pacific middle management. His hope is that through the collaborative coaching conversations, learners can have the emergent insights and clarity, increasing their confidence and love for knowledge, as they discover their own interests and styles of learning in an environment where a growth mindset is celebrated.

 

EDUCATION & CERTIFICATION

MASTERS OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Executive MBA)
Nanyang Technological University, Nanyang Business School


EXCELLENCE IN LEADERSHIP EMBA SEMINAR
University of Pennsylvania
The Wharton School

 

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFIED COACH (ACSTH Programme)
International Coaching Federation (ICF)

 

CERTIFIED DIPLOMA IN FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING
The Association of Chartered Accountants

 

GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MARKETING MANAGEMENT
Singapore Institute of Management

 

WSQ ADVANCE CERTIFICATION IN TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT (ACTA)

Workforce Singapore
 

DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING
Nanyang Technological University

 

UC BERKELEY-NANYANG ADVANCED MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME
University of California Berkeley, Center for Executive Education

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