Tina has 10 years’ experience in corporate training and has helped develop employees’ technical skills and competencies in over 12 countries as an instructor. In Germany since 1999, she managed the training department at a global financial services company, responsible for employee development in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Italy.
She has extensive experience in designing and implementing customized solutions for training needs due to new business, business acquisitions/mergers, company restructuring, new product and process implementations. She has also managed critical integration and qualification training projects, leading teams to complete deliverables within aggressive client conversion schedules.
Over the past 5 years, Tina changed gears and has been working with local and international companies from various industries (finance, IT, telecommunications, retail ) on program design, change management and talent management. Tina developed a keen interest in these topics while supporting business events such as acquisitions/mergers and restructuring, recognizing their essential role in helping organizations succeed in business changes.
Due to her experience in training employees on company processes, systems and products, she is adept at illustrating complex concepts so that they are easily understood. She has helped companies by developing and improving communication for various purposes – technical training material and presentations for a training program for SAP consultants, change management communication for new systems implementation, launch of project management certification program, organizational processes.
Tina holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Brandeis University, MA, USA. She speaks English, German and Cantonese and has insight on American, German and Chinese cultures.
Philosophy: Bringing meaningful learning experiences and helping individuals gain clarity and knowledge is priority for me. I therefore focus on finding ways to clearly illustrate concepts to help individuals reach that “Aha!” moment and engage individuals by encouraging participation and curiosity.
Favourite quote: “What we think determines what happens to us, so if we want to change our lives, we need to stretch our minds.” — Wayne Dyer