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Prof. Dr. Patrick Low
Our Trainers are experienced in their respective fields including industrial experiences for more than 25 years.
Our Trainers are still delivering with number of well known organistaions around the world.
Our Trainers delivers with quality lectures, seminars, experiential learnings incorporating outdoor activities
Some of our trainers are consultant to several organisations and authors for number of books sold around the world.
Presently, Prof. Dr. Patrick Low is teaching Human Resoce Management and Organizational Behaviour in Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD) and an Associate of the University of South Australia. His most recent appointment was the Deputy Dean Postgraduate Studies and Research, UBD (2009) and Associate Dean and Professor of Management and Marketing in the Kazakhstan Institute of Management, Economics and Strategic Research (KIMEP)/ Acting Dean Summer 2006. He was also the visiting professor of University of Malaya in Jan – Feb 2007. With an International PhD in Business and Management from the University of South Australia, Prof. Patrick Low also holds a Master of Business from the CURTIN University of Technology and a BA (Singapore).His other qualifications include being a
- Chartered Marketer (CIM, UK)
- Chartered Consultant and an Accredited Professional Consultant (American Consultants’ League) as well as holding a
- Graduate Diploma in Marketing (UK)
- Graduate Diploma in Personnel Management (SIM/ SIPM)
- Graduate Diploma in the Marketing of Financial Services (MIS)
- Certificate in Administrative Mgt/ Organisation & Methods.
Prof. Dr. Patrick Low is also the licensed administrator, user and interpreter of MBTI personality type profiling for several years. A behavioral consultant, he is also DISC-certified Researcher of the Year 2004/5 for BCB, KIMEP, Prof. Patrick Low has been a human resource professional since the late 1980s. He has work experiences in the Civil Service, electronics, trade and financial industries. He has handled HRD projects/ assignments in all ASEAN countries, Bangladesh, Hong Kong and Sri Lanka. His previous appointment was with a foreign bank as the Senior Training Manager, Management Development (Asia Pacific Region). Since 1995, Patrick runs his own consultancy (BusinesscrAFT™ Consultancy), undertaking consultancy work for other companies, both Singapore and overseas which include: Matsushita Electric Singapore, Kotobuki, MINDEF, Natsteel, Trans-Link Express, National Healthcare Group, Singapore National Employers’ Federation, KAFCO (Bangladesh), Singapore National Co-operative Federation, NTUC, Comserv, Eagle’s Wings, KKB Engineering Sdn.Bhd., Sawarak Craft, Council, Sarawak Forestry Corporation, Rimbunan Hijau, SESCO, Sarawak State Library, Khind Marketing, Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Islamic Bank of Brunei, Maybank, Maersk Singapore, Hornbill Airways, Nam Ho Travel, Standard Chartered Bank, Sales Academy (MIS) and others. Patrick’s training areas include effective selling, negotiation/ marketing and personal effectiveness/ leadership and performance management for organisations from industries like electronics, communications, courier/ transport, tourism, petroleum, financial services/ trading and public organisations. With many years of teaching experience and having taught in various local and overseas institutions such as the Malaysian Institute of Management (MIM), Prof. Patrick Low has also conducted exclusive fraud management courses for banks and companies. He has also taught Human Resource Management, Organisational Behaviour, Marketing and International Business for the Universities of Londonford (U.K.), Murdoch and Monash (Australia) and Ngee Ann Polytechnic.
Summary of Research & Publications
Articles in Refereed Professional Journals
Chapters in Books
“Building Your Brain Power” in Horizons, the Magazine of Management Development Institute of Singapore (www.mdis.edu.sg), Nov/Dec. 2002, p. 22.
“Have You Ever Thought of Applying the Power of Nice?” in Horizons, the Magazine of Management Development Institute of Singapore, Jul/ Aug, 2002, p. 15 - 16.
“Performance Appraisal: Face-to-Face” in Horizons, the Magazine of Management Development Institute of Singapore, May/ June, 2002, p. 21 - 22.
“Have You Been Orientating Your Recruits: Effectively Organise or Improve Your New Employee’s Orientation” in Horizons, the Magazine of Management Development Institute of Singapore, May/ June, 2002, p.19 - 20.
Co-authored with Bhasin, Balbir B., “The fight for global talent: new directions, new competitors - a case study on Singapore”, Career Development International, 2002, Vol. 7, Number 2, May 24th, 2002 (Published by the MCB University Press, U.K.) (www.emeraldinsight.com/cdi.htm <http://www.emeraldinsight.com/cdi.htm>), page 109 - 114.
“Say No to Negativity!” in Horizons, the Magazine of Management Development Institute of Singapore, Sep/ October, 2001, p.18.
“Are You Initiating Any Mentoring Relationships to Promote Your Professional Development?” in Horizons, the Magazine of Management Development Institute of Singapore, July/ August, 2001, p.17.
“It’s Nothing Like Home! The Family As a Learning Organisation” in Horizons, the Magazine of Management Development Institute of Singapore, May/ June, 2001, p. 30.
“Have You Got a Yearly Checklist?” in Horizons, the Magazine of Management Development Institute of Singapore, March/ April, 2001, p. 15.
“Manage Your Own Career, Be the Boss!” in Horizons, Magazine of the Management Development Institute of Singapore, Nov/ Dec 2000, p. 18.
“Born to Win: Managing Our Opportunities” in Horizons, Magazine of the Management Development Institute of Singapore, Sep/ Oct 2000, p. 26 - 27.
“Lending a Hand, Helping the Average Performer” in Horizons, Magazine of the Management Development Institute of Singapore, July/ August 2000, p. 10 - 11.
“Staff Management in an Indonesian Customer Contact Environment: A Trainer’s Impressions of the Business Culture in Indonesia” in Customer Contact World (Features), http://ww.ccworldnet.com, 15 July 2000.
“Opportunities and Survival Strategies” in Horizons, Magazine of the Management Development Institute of Singapore, Jan/ Feb 2000, p. 10 - 11.
“Managing Knowledge Is Managing Our Opportunities” in Horizons, Magazine of the Management Development Institute of Singapore, Sep/ Oct 1999, p. 12 - 13.
United Overseas Bank PR Correspondent, Legal & Secretariat Department for UOB Group News 1987 - 1990.
Research in Progress/ Other Scholarly Activities
Supervision of Diploma students & BSc. (Business and Management) final-year undergraduates’ HRM/ OB projects jointly accredited by the Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS) & the University of Bradford (1996 to present).
Co-written with Bhasin, B. Balbir (2001) “The Fight for Global Talent: New Directions, New Competitors - A Case Study on Singapore”, Paper presented at the 29th Annual HRI Issue Management Conference Next Practices in People Management at the Don CeSar Resort & Spa, St Pete Beach, Florida, USA, 7 - 9 February, 2001.