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.
This reminded me of Amy Tan (previously Director at MOM and now Director at CoE), whom I respect as my Mentor and Coach.
Amy inspires and motivates me in every way. I recall when I had to make a presentation in front of some 15 fellow HR practitioners on Talent Management, and was not very confident, she was full of encouragement and assurance that I will do well. I overcame my nervousness.
When I needed advice on HR matters, she is within a phone call. She shares her knowledge and experiences through stories with me. I have benefitted from her good advice and had improved my decision-making in many ways. To me, a Coach is someone who can change you to become a better skilled person and Amy has done that. In addition, she shared her personal values with me which was another way of coaching me to become more successful in what I do. Thank you, Amy.
Amy, this is a coincidence. I just read the book “Facilitating Transformation” by Douglas O’Loughlin. The amazing part is that Doug obviously remembers well his coachee Amy Tan whom he mentions in the book. This must be you, right?
What a nice story. And the best is, it is really true. Congratulations!
Having such a boss is indeed hard to come by. At the end of the day, Doug can proudly say to others that his greatest achievement lies not in what he has accomplished for himself but the people he has developed. I aspire to learn like Doug!