Mr Tan Hong Wee

Mr Tan Hong Wee is an Associate Trainer with Skills Explorer Training Singapore, specialising in, Coaching and Facilitation, Team Effectiveness and Systems Thinking. Hong Wee holds a M.A. (Mathematics) from Cambridge University, UK and a M.Sc. (Systems Engineering) from Naval Postgraduate School, USA.

In his professional capacity, Hong Wee graduated from Systems Thinking workshop (Boston) in Year 2010 and Master Facilitation Class (Roffey Park) in Year 2012. He is also a qualified coach with Erickson College, and an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) by International Coach Federation (ICF).

Hong Wee has served the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) as a senior leader for 26 years, training and grooming other leaders. His final tour of duty was in the SAF Centre for Leadership Development, where he pioneered Systems Thinking throughout SAF and designed the Command Effectiveness Process. Hong Wee has left the SAF in 2013 to set up his own Leadership and Organisation Development Consultancy firm, and have conducted workshops for various national institutes. He is well grounded in organisational learning, coaching, facilitation and team dynamics tools and methodologies.

Hong Wee is also a published author (Leader As Coach, Leader As Facilitator) and is planning another on Managing Complexity through Systems Thinking. Prior to his personal publication, he had contributed articles and internal publications – ‘Guide to Coaching and Facilitation in the SAF’, ‘Introduction to Systems Thinking – A Workbook’, SAF Doctrine: Facilitation in the SAF.

Hong Wee is passionate in his journey to unlocking the potential using systems thinking. He has found such tools very useful and relevant in its application to work and organisations. His workshops have been very well received.  Hong Wee has been a facilitator, consultant and trainer to many organisations both in the Public Service and in the private sector.  He has trained organisations such as the SAF, DSO National Laboratories, AVA, Khoo Teck Phuat and SIM in the area of Systems Thinking.