Testimonials

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

August 24, 2020

Gene Weingarten's article, "Pearls Before Breakfast" in the Washington Post, won him the Pulitzer Prize for feature writing in 2008. It is about the Washington Metro Experiment where a violinist wore jeans, T-shirt and a baseball cap and played six pieces of classical music for 43 minutes at the busy L-Enfant Plaza metro station. Only a handful of people...

August 18, 2020

Visitors to the island of Bali in Indonesia would have heard of the iconic "babi guling", or “turning pig” (English) which is a Balinese cuisine served in restaurants or roadside stalls. It is slowly roasted by turning the pig over an open fire, thus the name "babi guling". Roasted pig is also served in a Chinese 8-course dinner in restaurants in Asia. He...

August 12, 2020

Malaria, an ancient killer has been in the news recently in the use of hydroxychloroquine (has long been used to treat malaria) to treat and prevent covid-19. According to the most recent World Malaria Report, there were an estimated 228 million cases of malaria worldwide and 405,000 malaria-related deaths in 2018.

According to the American archaeologist,...

August 3, 2020

The well-known American author, Mark Twain was in London in May 1897 and rumours reached the United States that he was very ill and he had died. Mark Twain wrote a letter to a journalist by the name of Frank Marshall White who asked about his health:

“The report of my death was an exaggeration.”

In fact, a newspaper in the US even printed an obituary.

We hav...

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