Here’s what some of our satisfied clients have to say:

“Thank you for the Future leadership Session that you’d delivered to us. Basically the participants were very happy on the informative session and you’re an experience person indeed”

-  Loke Hai Yuan, SKM Malaysia

“Hope you arrived back safely and well rested now. I enjoyed your course very much.Need to practice the goodies we learnt.”

- M. Suffian Abdullah, Petronas

“Excellent Instructor and Competency-Based Interview Program”

- Choosak, Dell Thailand

‘He is an experienced course leader in this field and have shared actual examples related to the work”

-  Dell Cyberjaya Participant

“Excellent speaker and trainer”

- Participant, Intel

“Dr Khoo is very knowledgable & can hold the participants interest with his anecdotes & jokes.”

– Participant, Public Program

“The course leader been very helpful and supportive. He promotes critical thinking to myself and allow me tothink new scope in my life. TQ.”

– Participant, TDM

“This training was really an eye-opener for me. I had zero knowledge about critical thinking before I went for this training and I really learnt a lot during the 2-days training. The Facilitator was really knowledgeable in the subject matter and was able to deliver the training material effectively and in a fun manner and made the concepts easy to understand. From this training, I was able to see where my strength and weaknesses were in my thinking. I will apply the concepts taught during this training to improve the areas of thinking which I am weak at so that I can apply them at work and to my daily life.”

– Song Shueh Leigh, Senior Materials Engineer, Keysight Technologies

"Mr. CK Khoo has deep knowledge of “Achieving Results Through Influence” and very responsive to questions asked."

– Participant, Andre M.

"Thanks Mr Khoo for delivering ‘The Heart of Coaching’ to us. You are a very knowledgeable and experienced facilitiator. We have learned a lot from what you have shared with us and we will definitely be a better coach after practising what we have gained from this course. You are a great facilitiator and we hope to attend more of your courses in the near future."

– Participant, Ong

"Thank you for facilitating the first two phases of the CCMP. You had demonstrated your vast experiences and delivered such excellent sessions. I am looking forward to see you soon."

– Participant, Witoon C.

"Many thanks Dr Khoo for your inspiring and resuscitating talk on emotional intelligence and leadership. I felt good to be able to access this blog as well. God bless you and the work of your hands"

– Participant, John Nayopa

"Thank you Dr Khoo for bringing the powerful 6 principals of persuasion and influence techniques to Honeywell Penang."

– Participant, Adrian Lean

July 2, 2014

An old Chinese emperor wanted to choose his successor and so he summoned all the youths to his palace. He have them some seeds and asked them to plant the seeds. He told them that in a year’s time, he would judge their plants and choose the new emperor.

One youth named Ling took his pot home and planted the seed. Every day he watered it but nothing gr...

June 6, 2014

For details on the Effective Time Management Workshop, kindly email: info@kairospl.com

May 12, 2014

During a Chinese Wedding dinner, I would take the opportunity to talk about food and stories about food. Remember you are sitting down with strangers and you need to build rapport with them for the next 4-5 hours to finish the 8-course dinner fit for the emperor of ancient China.

There is a Chinese fable in which mischievous Bo-Bo, the son of the swineherd...

January 9, 2014

I remember very well when I was teaching biology to “O” Level students in schools, I had to explain how the protozoa, Plasmodium was transmitted by the Anopheles mosquito to humans through the mosquito bites. Plasmodium causes malaria which can be a deadly disease. In 1897/1898 Ronald Ross discovered that mosquitoes transmitted malaria between human hosts...

January 9, 2013

Here is another story which is a lesson for all of us – the ability to see the big picture before making any judgement:

There was a man who had four sons. He wanted his sons to learn not to judge things too quickly. So he sent them each on a quest, in turn, to go and look at a pear tree that was a distance away.

The first son went in the winter, the second...

January 7, 2013

Below is a short story about innovative thinking at work.

The story goes to show that sometimes an innovative way of doing things is  much cheaper and yet more effective.

A Japanese soap manufacturing company received a complaint that a consumer had bought a box of soap that was empty. Management asked its engineers to solve the problem permanently to avoid...

April 21, 2012

To engage yourself in a difficult conversation, whether it is something that is risky or involves strong emotions is a gigantic task. One can take either option: to avoid it altogether and pretend nothing happens or to deal with it courageously. I will prefer to take the second option of dealing with it. To do that needs preparation. David Lee here shares...

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