Eric Ho receiving his award from the President of Singapore, Dr Tony Tan Keng Yam
Master of Science (MS), MSc Psychology (Industrial Organizational)
Weissman School of Arts and Sciences, Baruch College
Master of Science (MS), MSc Human Resource Management.
City University of New York-Baruch College – Zicklin School of Business
Bachelor Degree, Sociology, and Psychology
National University of Singapore / NUS
Certified Master Practitioner in the latest Third Generation Business NLP
Certified Advanced Practitioner in Executive and Life Coaching
Advanced NLP Certificate in Emotional Intelligence
Accredited Advanced Enneagram Executive Coach
Eric is a passionate practitioner in the field of organization development and people development. He is a strong advocate of evidence based management to help businesses perform better at decision making and his expertise in decision and choice behavior helps businesses to understand how their own leaders, their employees, and their customers think and behave.
As the principal consultant in APIC Coach, a boutique consulting firm, Eric delivers in the areas of human capital development, performance management and organizational behavior. He has more than 10 years of experience in the field as a scientist-practitioner; in both strategic planning responsibilities and ground execution/implementation. His work is backed up by reliable and valid research. His work has seen him engaged as a strategic partner to CEOs of MNCs and SMEs.
He has an affinity for the struggling entrepreneur and small businesses, and that has brought him to reach out to these entrepreneurs to help them grow their companies on strong foundations. He had also previously worked with the Singapore Government in designing, delivering, and championing leadership development programmes for Singapore’s future leadership.
Eric also works part-time as a private psychologist delivering therapeutic processes – to help clients resolve issues such as depression, stress, anger management, addictions, post traumatic stress disorder, relationship challenges, and bipolar disorder. He coaches clients who are suffering physically or emotionally to heal and grow.
Personally, Eric believes in the spirit of volunteerism and actively contributes to the less privileged such as organizing humanitarian missions to less developed countries.