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Henry Toi is the Buzan Master Trainer for Asia. He graduated with honours in Civil Engineering from the National University of Singapore and obtained a Masters of Education from the RMIT University in Melbourne. He is currently pursing his doctorate. He has authored several books, his latest being the Habits of S.U.C.C.E.S.S.
During his corporate career, he had served the Monetary Authority of Singapore (Singapore’s central bank), Shell Petroleum, Standard Chartered Bank and OCBC Asset Management, all in the area of finance and policy management. He went on to start several businesses, including the largest student magazine distributor in Singapore. Currently he oversees the operations of four companies. As the Managing Director of Buzan Centre Asia Limited, he manages the licensing and training of more than 150 instructors across 11 countries in Asia. He has successfully coached senior executives to mind map, speed read and become more creative and efficient thinkers. On the education front, Henry has taught in primary, secondary and tertiary classrooms, conducted workshops for teachers and is the course writer for a unique Learning to Learn module for SIM University. He is also a board member of the United Nations Association of Singapore in charged of the education subcommittee.
Henry’s client includes companies such as IBM, Oracle, HSBC, Cerebos Pacific, National Council of Social Service, Singapore Ministry of Education, J Walter Thompson, Mazda Motors, SembCorp Group, Singapore General Hospital, Hong Kong Management Association and many International schools. He has conducted workshops in Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Melbourne, Penang, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Bangkok. He is also a regular speaker at conferences, the latest few being the 13th International Conference on Thinking in Sweden and the 20th American Creativity Conference in Singapore.