Christine brings with her several years of experience as a trainer in both the private and public sectors, for industries such as banking, healthcare and education. While managing training projects, she has worked extensively with all levels of management, delivering training on quality management, service delivery, evaluation and productivity with the aim of facilitating organisational development and effectiveness along with building people skills.
After joining ROHEI in 2014, Christine has successfully coached professionals, managers and executives (PMEs) in Executive Coaching Workshops for mid-career switch. She successfully trained and coached more than 180 professionals, managers and executives (PMEs) in Executive Workshops on personal branding, resume writing and job interview skills, providing clarity and confidence to jobseekers, resulting in successful employments. She successfully trained more than 2,800 participants, of which more than 2,000 were under the SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) programs on Emotional Intelligence, Personal Resilience, Service Excellence, team building and alignment to clients’ organisational values and vision,
Christine provided contextualised training delivery over a breadth of industries including financial services, education (schools and institutes of higher learning), government, healthcare, gateway services, marine and gas and retail for the various organisational levels—rank and file, executive and managerial levels, and senior management.
Her patient yet practical approach in training has been a great asset in working with job seekers. Thought- provoking questions, combined with her nurturing yet grounded perspectives, has received favourable feedback from participants.
Christine began her career in the banking industry, handing research and reporting. In 1984 she joined Overseas Union Bank Ltd, conducting training programs and training evaluation. In 1991 she became part of the Training & Education Department of National University Hospital, where she trained about 300 senior staff on performance management and appraisal skills, managed training projects, and designed evaluation tools.
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