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Kenneth TW Kwan

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Member since: Mar 02, 2012

In order to succeed in your business, your most important skill is to build a great team, communicate and teach others how to be leaders. You will also need to build a successful mindset and attitude to "Do whatever it takes" within the Team. Kenneth Kwan has helped increased the effectiveness of individuals and companies, especially when their staff ask resourceful questions from "It cannot be done" to the "How can it be done?" Attitude. He was recently featured as a speaker in Learning and Development Summit 2009 for HR professionals and also got his article published in the Straits Times.

Kenneth's work with thousands of individuals has helped them to grow and instilled a deep desire within them to grow by themselves. If you can inspire your staff to grow by themselves, instil a spirit of ownership and develop a Code of Honour that binds everyone, your income and results will soar indefinitely.

Kenneth's high impact training and unique ability to get entire groups of people to change their behaviours quickly have resulted in peak performance levels and achievements in short periods of time. He advocates that the mindset is the first place to start, rather than typical skills training. This translates into better alignment of organizational values, team spirit, higher revenues and trust within participants.

He is also a Certified Behavioural and Career Consultant and uses DISC profiling to create Cohesive Team Synergy, Sales Techniques, Value Alignment and Talent Management with companies. Kenneth has also achieved tremendous success in conducting Public and Private sessions for HR managers, Directors and members of the public in understanding human dynamics in Personality Profiling.

Some of the organizations he trained were: Keypost Girl's Brigade (Singapore) Housing & Development Board IPP Financial Advisors Leverage Holdings Many School Teachers in Singapore Ministry of Manpower National Environment Agency National University of Singapore NXP Semiconductors One Degree 15 Marina Club PAP Community Foundation Philips Electronics Proctor and Gamble PSB Academy Radiance Communications (Singtel & Keppel JV) Raffles County Club Sembawang Country Club Singapore First Aid Training Centre SingAsia Medical Walton International Group (Singapore)

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