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Alka Chandiramani 

Alka is a multi-lingual human resources (HR) practitioner with over 20+ years of HR and legal experience. She is a HR generalist with experience covering the full spectrum of HR functions including regional roles. Worked as a business partner with leadership teams of diverse nationalities around the region. Her expertise includes training and development, employee communication and engagement, executive coaching, global mobility and expatriate management and relocation policies.

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Better Questions Licenced Trainer - Singapore

Alka is a multi-lingual human resources (HR) practitioner with over 20+ years of HR and legal experience. She is a HR generalist with experience covering the full spectrum of HR functions including regional roles. Worked as a business partner with leadership teams of diverse nationalities around the region. Her expertise includes training and development, employee communication and engagement, executive coaching, global mobility and expatriate management and relocation policies. She is also an accredited user of psychometric tests and has received a number of certifications.

She has been the Manager of the Career Resource Centre for Excellence (CRCE) in Singapore since 2008, a program run by the American Association of Singapore. She has facilitated over 200+ career coaching and job search related workshops at CRCE, high schools and universities in Singapore. She has also successfully coached individual clients in transition. Prior to this, she worked with multinational companies, legal firms and schools throughout Hong Kong.

Received the Master of Arts in Human Resource Management from the Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia; Diploma in Law from The University of Hong Kong in conjunction with the Institute of Legal Executives (U.K.); and Diploma in Education Studies and Child Psychology from the Linguistic Council in Singapore. Completed the Certificate in the Foundations of Neuroleadership and currently completing the Executive Masters in NeuroLeadership.

"Many thanks to Lindsay and you for the very interesting workshop that for sure ignited my interest to ask better questions to the others but also to myself! I am very proud to be part of your inaugural group and please do not hesitate to contact me if you need my support. In my work plan for the near future, I will try to be more conscious which is the very first step that I learnt this morning, to ask open-ended questions and change very bad habits I have like constantly interrupting people when they speak… This workshop was a first step to start changes in my life!" CRCE Member, Caroline Verley, 17 Nov 2015

“I found the Asking Better Questions workshop to be surprisingly useful in a wide variety of circumstances. The concept of “potentialising” myself and others by improving the way I think about the question process can be used as a writer, as a manager, as a wife and mother… the list goes on. I will never think about questions the same way again!” CRCE Member, Faith Chanda, 17 Nov 2015

"What you are doing is good & meaningful work and I hope that more people will come to learn about the importance of asking better questions." AAS Member, Lyn Wong, 17 Nov 2015

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