- Sandy Oh becomes Deputy CEO of Terrific Mentors International
Bob has been an Associate Mentor for the past six months. He will be involved in mentoring and developing the business.
Bob is a veteran headhunter who successfully set up Amrop Partner Firms throughout Asia during his term as Asia Regional Chairman. He remains an Advisor to Amrop.
Combining his passion for sports with headhunting, Bob incubated The Sports Recruitment Group (SRG) in Singapore. Headquartered in London, SRG has other offices in Lausanne and Sydney and is now a global leader in the recruitment and management of talent in the sports industry.
Bob is also a Director of The Bamboo Group, a family real estate development and lifestyle company based in Singapore.
Commenting on his appointment John Bittleston said “Bob brings with him a wealth of experience in mentoring individuals and corporates in key career and development matters. He is a huge asset as we build the Corporate side of mentoring further.”
Corporate MentoringIf management isn’t creative, today’s businesses will fail. The first job of a leader requires power to control and power to develop.
Personal MentoringStuck in your career? Finding your work relationships difficult to handle? Stumped for creativity?
Mentoring PartnershipsTraining and Mentoring system set up for universities and companies who want to start an in-house Mentoring Programme.
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Companies that have a culture of recognising that a team is a group of individuals dedicated to a common cause – but individuals first, last and all the way through – is worth investing in.