About - Daniel Theyagu
Daniel Theyagu has been a corporate trainer since 1989 and has trained well over 200,000 people in this time frame. A highly sought after keynote speaker, Daniel is well known for his light-hearted and humorous approach and his usage of parables and metaphors to mesmerize his participants and make relatively complicated concepts easy to understand and apply.
In his line of work, Daniel has specifically designed and delivery training programs for large MNCs, statutory boards, civil service and various non-profit organizations. His clients include - SPF, HDB, LTA, MOM, MHA, MINDEF, AVA, CPF, SAF, RSAF, RSN, DSTA, DSO, Singapore Supreme Court, The Law Society, SGH, Mount Elizabeth Hospital, Gleneagle Hospital and many more. At an international level, Daniel has trained people from more than 30 countries including - Mauritius, Malaysia, Indonesia, Maldives, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Kazakhstan, Russia, Estonia, Sweden, Finland, Holland, Norway, UK, USA, France, Germany, India, Pakistan, Nigeria, Kenya, Gabon, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Bangladesh, China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Myanmar, Laos, Mongolia and Thailand.
Daniel has also conducted customized training for Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy and Goh Keng Swee - Command and Staff College. He is an adjunct lecturer and module leader for Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility with SIM University. Daniel also works closely with Nanyang Technological University - Centre for Continuous Learning [NTU/CCE] providing customized courses in Critical Thinking, Systems Thinking and Innovative Problem-solving and Decision Making.
Daniel has to date written more than 200 articles that have been published in Straits Times Recruit and syndicated to many foreign newspapers. He appears periodically on Mediacorp Radio 938 Live speaking to audience on a variety of business related topics. He is the author of three books and in the process of writing a few more.
Books Written/Co-written By Daniel Theyagu
Courses Daniel Theyagu Conducts
- Conflict Resolution
- Training Needs Analysis
- Self-directed Learning
- Negotiation Skills
- Effective Writing Skills
- Presentation Skills
- Human Resource Management
- Customer Service
- Creative Thinking using SCRAMBLE approach
- Proactive Thinking using the PACESETTERTM approach