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Winning Well Connection

Our journey of collaboration with Michael has been a remarkable example of the magic that can happen when you stay open to the possibilities and collaborate across generations and cultures. We first met Michael online when we had both launched our new books— and were excited to share insights and support on another. That conversation led to a serious of joint webinars talking about Winning Well with Millennials in the workplace. When Michael heard we were headed to Southeast Asia, he offered to host us to partner on a large scale executive event in Kuala Lumpur. 

Thriving TalentsMichael, his partner Mallory, and the team at Thriving Talents are role models of blending the bottom line with the human spirit— and proof that a Millennial run company can grow fast, gain wide-spread international respect, and make a lasting impact on the results for the their clients. It’s also been fun to share stories and insights on the benefits and challenges of being a couple, running a fast-growing start up. We’re excited for what’s next in collaboration with Michael, Mallory and the Thriving Talents team.



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Winning Well Reflection

Michael’s advice regarding millennials is good advice for your relationship with every person:  Don’t stereotype them. Understand them. A powerful reminder that leadership is a relationship and any time we forget that, we diminish our influence.


Your turn. What advice do you have for working with Millenials?





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Michael Teoh
Michael Teoh
Michael Teoh was a ‘Bully Victim’ in school, who had a dream of inspiring others to be their ‘Best!’ in order to provide and help more people. Today, Michael speaks to thousands of people among Fortune 500 companies across 39 countries based on his ideas revolving around ‘Managing & Winning Gen-Y, Motivation and Leadership’ which was being featured on CNN, BBC and the Huffington Post. He has shared the stage speaking globally with icons like Virgin’s Sir Richard Branson, Father of Social Business Prof. Muhd Yunus, AirAsia’s Tony Fernandes and had even received a special visit by President Barack Obama during a workshop organised by Microsoft, in which Michael was a Coach & Facilitator. Michael was an Honorary Inductee into the Golden Key Society, U.S.A , and an Associate Fellow with the Royal Commonwealth Society, U.K. Prior to his career as a global speaker, advisor and entrepreneur, Michael has worked as a Management Consultant, Outreach Strategy Director and a Brand Consultant. He obtained his tertiary education from New Zealand. Aside from that he also attended special educational courses from Harvard University, Stanford University and INSEAD.

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