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Performance Coaching |
Leadership Coaching | Transition Coaching
Get To Know The Coach
With more than 16 years of dedicated experience in the learning and development sector, Shirley Leong has had the privilege to work with a diverse range of organizations. Throughout her tenure in corporate roles, she has been engaged in multifaceted responsibilities, including business operations, business development, sales and marketing, new market development, and partnership management.
Shirley’s professional journey has been underpinned by a personal mission to evolve into a coach, equipped with a diverse skillset to serve as a catalyst for learning and growth, both for individuals and organizations. Her unwavering commitment to personal growth empowers her to effectively facilitate change and growth for her clients. Her extensive experience and holistic approach make her a valuable asset in guiding individuals and organizations toward their goals, fostering a culture of continuous improvement and development.
Semiconductor, manufacturing, professional services, personal development, education, construction, FMCG, engineering.
Senior managers, business owners, HOD, managers, general.
Leadership, Performance, Transition, Emotion, Relationship
What You Can Expect.
Trustworthy, compassionate, progressive, positive, flexible
In the realm of personal and professional development, Shirley Leong's coaching philosophy serves as a guiding beacon. Emphasizing that improvement is a continuous cycle, she underscores the importance of reflection, experience, and decision-making. It is through this iterative process that individuals have the opportunity to grow and evolve, continually refining their skills and understanding. The notion that there is no universally right or wrong decision, only one's own decision, embodies the idea that our choices are deeply personal and context-dependent. This empowers individuals to take ownership of their actions and learning, free from the weight of external judgment. Such an approach not only nurtures self-confidence and self-awareness but also encourages a proactive and growth-oriented mindset.
Shirley's philosophy promotes a culture of embracing mistakes as opportunities for learning and underscores the significance of self-determination. By acknowledging that improvement is an ongoing journey, this philosophy provides room for flexibility and adaptation. It enables individuals to be more open to change and innovation, fostering resilience in the face of challenges.