A ‘little (red) dot of a firm’
SeraphCorp is a homegrown boutique firm. Like Singapore, SeraphCorp is an improbable story. While small, SeraphCorp punches above our weight. We are proud to partner the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA) in the Leadership and People Management Workforce Skills Qualifications (LPM WSQ) framework as one of six Programme Partners.
SeraphCorp’s differentiator is exceptional quality and thought leadership
As a small local firm, we have to be very different from other leadership companies. The foundation of our leadership programmes is social and organizational psychology and team-based facilitation. We are pioneering the application of Transactional Analysis in organisations, education and counselling in Singapore under the supervision of foreign experts.
The SeraphCorp team is committed to staying on top of our game
The SeraphCorp team is unique because we focus on leadership and people management. We also believe and practise team-based facilitation for our learning programmes. We are committed to practise what we preach. The teams undergo regular supervision (in the psychological sense) and attend capacity building where they learn and share best practices. The SeraphCorp management team is trained by faculty from the UK and Australia in Transactional Analysis (organizational, educational and counselling) at a globally certified level. The management team also undergoes regular supervision with these Transactional Analysis supervisors.
Our cutting-edge approach to leadership consulting and leadership interventions
The SeraphCorp team is constantly having brave and bold conversations with leaders across industries because of our consulting work and training. We know and seek to know what leaders are looking for.
SeraphCorp also designs cutting-edge courseware and facilitates learning experiences. The design of our programmes is underpinned by learning and ‘being’ theories. Our courseware is learner-centric and allows participants the protection and permission they need to be themselves in the classroom. This enables participants to learn cognitively as well as in their affects.