David Lim, Singapore Everest expedition leader, and survivor of GuillainBarre Syndrome, shares in his recent presentation the importance of resilience: how we need to focus, in order to bounce back from setbacks.
David Lim is best known for leading the landmark 1st Singapore Everest Expedition in 1998 (as well as the second in 2001). Partially disabled from a devastating rare nerve disorder since 1998, his comeback story of overcoming the odds made the cover of the Readers Digest magazine in 2001, and has since been translated into eight languages. He was in management at a publishing house for nearly a decade until 1998.
Since 1999, David has been a sought-after leadership coach, with expertise in negotiation skills, facilitating change, building high performing teams, and creating experiential learning programmes. These add value to any client event or sustainable change initiatives. David has a B.A. in Law from Cambridge University, and he is a workshop leader with a decade of experience delivering solutions in negotiation, leadership and team skills across 43 cities, and 22 countries.
David is also an Associate Meta-Coach, certified practitioner in Neuro-Semantics and Neuro-Linguistics Programming. His coaching practice has been widely profiled in The Wall Street Journal and Singapore’s The Straits Times newspaper.