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Sulynn is a positive change consultant and coach working with organizations to energize their workforce for outstanding performance. She designs and implements strength-based programs that facilitate building positive workplaces, and conducts in-house individual and group coaching sessions and workshops that focus on enabling leaders and managers to fully engage in their roles, thus enhancing both corporate results and individual well-being. Combining practical corporate experience with evidence-based research in positive psychology, Sulynn assists CEOs in evaluating their organisations’ existing and proposed change initiatives for coherence, congruence, relevance and positive impact through strategic road-mapping. She is driven by her passion for developing human potential and promoting human flourishing particularly in harnessing individual character strengths, personality and energy for organizational robustness and success. Her personal core values are integrity, commitment, honor and fun.

Positive Psychology Comes to the Philippines
May 29, 2013 – 11:28 am | One Comment

More than 300 educators, psychologists, counselors, students, and administrative heads of learning institutions across the Philippines gathered at the Villa Careres Hotel in Naga City to participate in the First National Convention on Positive Psychology. How did this festive and educational event come about?

Home for the Holidays
January 27, 2012 – 11:25 am | No Comment

In Malaysia, we are celebrating 15 days of the lunar new year beginning January 23, with much ado. The expressway has been packed with tens of thousands of vehicles moving North and South depending on where Home is. I thought about the reasons for going home in that crazy traffic. Most return home for filial reasons, some with great joy and expectation, while others go home obligatorily. From these thoughts and from reading Hollis’s book about the second half of life, I came up with 5 lessons about life in families.

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