Coached Over 3,000 High-performing Clients 35 Years Multi-cultural Corporate Experience
Founder, Sylvia Fernandes
Sylvia is a qualified Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) Master Trainer who trained with the co-founders of NLP. She re-invented herself from a Banker to a Behaviour Change Specialist in Sydney in 2002 and is now based in Singapore.
Having worked with many organisations in implementing immediate positive change, Sylvia focus began with making others self-reliant in the long-term. She evolved to creating her own brand of Rapid Success Technology where she drove clients to fast, optimal results with self management of the workforce as her highest objective.
Sylvia's understanding of corporate needs and cross-cultural issues, came from working in large organisations across the Asia Pacific Region. In her career as an employee, she worked for Maybank, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, IT@Manpower, Cap Gemini Ernst & Young Consulting, IBM Global Services Australia and Peoplesoft, to name a few.
Transitioning from an employee to an entrepreneur, Sylvia has a story to tell hence her mainstream media features – TV, radio and press: 938LIVE Radio, Mediacorp, Channel News Asia, BFM 89.9 Radio, New Straits Times, Her World, The Edge and Malaysia Business Times.
Today Sylvia specialises in training, coaching and facilitation in behaviour change of individuals and organisations. Sylvia debunks old myths with her accelerated models that make change fun, easy and fast to learn and apply in daily life. Her proven track record of blue chip clients lends credence to the fact that she is a seasoned and accomplished entrepreneur.
To add to her accolades, Sylvia is also an author, having published her self-help book 'Bye Bye Black Cat – Turn Your Luck Around' which is aimed at helping individuals create luck by tapping into their full potential.
Being a person of worldly interests and talents, Sylvia plays in other arenas beyond work;
contributor for Expat Choice Asia - reports on restaurants, staycations and travel destinations.
volunteer initiatives like coaching inmates in Changi Prison and helping in soup kitchens like Willing Hearts