Amy is the Executive Director at the Centre of Organisational Effectiveness (COE Pte Ltd). She has more than 20 years of experience in human resource management and organisational development in various industries.
She has held senior leadership positions with Nokia, Aon, Ministry of Manpower and Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games Organising Committee. She has led the transformation of the HR functions and several organisational development initiatives for multiple organisations.
Amy is also trained in Creative Problem Solving and certified as Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, an accredited practitioner in executive coaching and psychological instruments such as MBTI (Myers Briggs Type Indicator®), DiSC, Harrison Assessment and Belbin Team Roles.
Amy can be reached via Amy@COE-Partners.com.
Always easier said than done but have to practise, practise, practise.
Truly agreed. I believe mentoring is to provide guidance to junior staff and let him/her learn and explore more possibilities in overcoming a hurdle. Sometimes, the mentor does learn certain knowledge, and different ways of doing things from the mentee. Most importantly, mentors shall guide their mentees in a positive manner, and learn from setbacks, and that would be a very valuable lesson for both parties.