What I Do... 

Alka Chandiramani is a highly accomplished professional, Accredited Supervisor, and a Professional Leadership, Team coach & Facilitator. With over 30 years of experience in the legal profession, international global mobility, and talent management, she is deeply passionate about transforming thinking patterns, fostering collective intelligence, and achieving optimal results. Through extensive research and her role as a catalyst in cultural neuroscience, including the latest developments in social and cognitive neuroscience, Alka strives to bridge the depths and nuances of intercultural leadership competencies. She holds the position of Lead Facilitator & Assessor with the NeuroLeadership Institute (NLI), an organization that partners with more than 50% of Fortune 500 companies. NLI focuses on Culture & Leadership, Inclusion & Diversity, and Performance, impacting 12 million employees across 338 organizations in the last two years.

As an independent consultant, Alka also collaborates with Net Expat, a prominent provider of partner assistance and intercultural solutions for international corporations. She offers customized job search coaching assistance, reviews employment contract provisions, and provides intercultural solutions and talent management services. Originally from Hong Kong and fluent in Cantonese, Alka has been based in Singapore since 2003.

Alka's dedication to supporting women in their careers began when she took a career hiatus from the corporate world as a mother of two boys. She partners and works as a Career Coach with Mums@work in Singapore and is a Co-founder of Career Navigators Singapore, an organization established in collaboration with Sher-li Torrey, the Founder of Mums@Work Singapore. Career Navigators, a subsidiary of Mums@Work, aims to match enlightened firms with returning female talents, providing support to over 40,000+ women.

For over a decade, Alka served as the Manager of the Career Resource Centre for Excellence (CRCE), a non-profit program in Singapore. In this role, she provided continuous support and enhancement of the job search program and conducted career-related workshops for multinational global trailing talents™. She also delivered career development workshops to various organizations such as the US Navy, US Embassy, Chamber of Commerces, business associations, schools, and universities across Singapore and the region.

In Hong Kong, Alka temporarily stepped back from full-time employment in 1997 after becoming a mother and had previously served as a Global Mobility Senior Specialist with Nortel Networks Corporation (Nortel). In that role, she provided solutions for international assignments and offered tax/immigration compliance services within and to the EMEA and Greater Asia regions.

Selected Highlights:

Experience, Awards & Certifications

Over 2500+ hours Coaching Leaders, Executives & Business Owners

Over 2000+ hours Facilitating & Training groups, both face-to-face and online 

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