People don’t learn in their head, they learn in their guts.

The science behind what we do

Our mission is to light the fire in an organisation’s belly and make change happen for the good in the organisation. How we get there is by applying the science of learning.

We work on effecting systemic changes

We believe an organisation is like an organism; you can’t change one component, you must change the system. Before we initiate any change in your organisation, we look at your organisation’s processes, structure and the dynamics between its departments and divisions. All interventions we design will have to support tweaks in any or all the three areas of processes, structure and dynamics.

We are anchored by the science of humanistic psychology and andragogy

We are anchored by the school of psychology called Transactional Analysis. SeraphCorp pioneered the use of contemporary Transactional Analysis in organisations and adult learning in Singapore. Transactional Analysis gives us the tools for understanding human thinking, feelings and behaviours. It also helps leaders understand how teams work and how organisations function.

We are also specialists in andragogy, the art of teaching adults, as opposed to pedagogy. Many of our faculty members are Associate Adult Educators with the Adult Education Network of the Institute of Adult Learning in Singapore. Many are also accredited with the International Coaching Federation.

We don’t teach, we guide our leaders to self-discovery

At SeraphCorp, we are fully cognisant of the fact that we do not direct learning but serve as are mere guides in the growth and evolvement of leaders.

We understand that people don’t learn in their head; they learn in their guts. For that reason, we let our leaders take charge of their learning and reach – by themselves – that crucial “Ah ha!” moment. To help our leaders achieve their learning goals, we create cutting-edge coursewares that are learner-centric and that allow the leaders the protection and permission they need to be themselves in the classroom.