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Ser. Brandon Chua
- Certified Master Trainer of LAWRENCE WALTER SEMINARS
- Trains in Mandarin, Cantonese & English
Ser. Brandon Chua is an outstanding Certified Master Trainer in Lawrence Walter Seminars. His experience in consultative work focuses on facilitating and coaching employees at all levels in increasing their values and emotional intelligence by helping them to sense, understand and effectively apply the power and acumen of values and emotions as a source of human energy to facilitate better morale, teamwork, staff retention and productivity within their organization.
He specializes in the corporate training applications of soft-skills in the field of Leadership, Teaming & Motivation, where his main aim is to help individuals and organizations to unlock their potential and make the leap to the high performance frontier.
Ser. Brandon has conducted many training programmes for companies such as Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), SP Setia, See Hoy Chan, Merchantrade, Jabatan Kastams Malaysia, Nirvana, Panasonic, Edaran Tan Chong as well as in Singapore, Cambodia and China and many other world class companies involving CEO, Managers & Executives through his inspiring seminars, talks and training.
Ser. Brandon has also personally won many awards and accolades from World Class companies such as TNB, Murata Electronics , Sample King China and Thundermatch Technologies.
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