Yeo Chuen Chuen is a multi-award-winning executive coach based in Singapore, working with clients in both the government and private sectors. Since 2013, she has served clients from nearly 40 countries across five continents. Yeo has extensive experience working with a wide range of business leaders from various industries, coaching them to develop the agility mindset, increasing their ability to navigate the complexities of today’s workplace, and developing them to lead effectively. Yeo has expertise in leadership and executive coaching, coaching assessments and professional learning, career transition coaching, group facilitation, and team coaching.
Having worked with many clients of diverse nationalities, cultures, and backgrounds, Yeo has a good understanding of civil service, business organizations, and cultural nuances. She brings a well-rounded, holistic view on effective ways to develop excellent leadership at every level of the organization.
In her coaching practice, Yeo’s approach promotes strong alignment and congruence between values, beliefs, thoughts, feelings, and actions. This allows leaders to generate deep insights, and Yeo facilitates the translation of these insights into powerful motivations. She blends many approaches and techniques that are well grounded in research, integrating them seamlessly into a tailor-made experience to meet each client’s unique needs.
Beyond helping her clients in key areas such as communication, negotiation, stakeholder engagement, and accountability, she enables her clients to emerge with personal and internal benefits through the agility mindset. Her best-selling book, 8 Paradoxes of Leadership Agility, is a collection of short stories of transformation based on her Re4 Coaching Model.
Yeo is a Professional Certified Coach (ICF), a Certified Coach Mentor (ICF), a Gallup Global Strengths Certified Coach, and an Agile Certified Coach (IC AGILE). She has also been named Most Outstanding Agile Leadership Development Coach 2020/21 in Singapore by Corporate Vision Magazine, and the World HRD Congress 2020 named her one of the Top 101 Global Coaching Leaders as well as a Woman Super Achiever.