Founder of the coaching king
Albert King is the Founder of The Coaching King. With over 30 years of finance and business experience having lived and worked in New Zealand, Australia, United Kingdom and South East Asia. He has delivered over 1,000 programs in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Taiwan, China, India, Australia, New Zealand, Turkey, Poland and Nepal.
Singapore Facilitators Conference 2013 on Culture, Conflict & Collaboration presenter, recipient of the Rotary Club of Singapore “2009 The Good Samaritan” Award, 2010 Formula 1 ‘Singapore GP Pte Ltd’ Marina Zone Manager, 2013 AmCham volunteer Mentor for JA® Company Program. 2016 inaugural leader of Heroes Journey mentoring for Gracehaven Home boys with Beautiful People SG Ltd.
Albert is the creator of RAISE the Bar: Global Leadership Tool Box, used for creating extraordinary results by ordinary people wanting more from life in being the best they can be and contributing to people.
Albert’s milestones include establishment of the Lions Club of Singapore CyberCare and he spearheaded the CyberCare Leadership Service Learning Expedition sponsoring under-privileged youth from Singapore, Malaysia and Nepal to trek the foothills of Everest. April 2009 he raised funds for Make-A-Wish Foundation Singapore by trekking to Everest Base Camp meeting up to support the NATAS Singapore Women’s Everest Team.
Albert has 3 children.
• Coached bank’s Senior Vice-President to become effective and competent with her peers and Directors, to build stronger relations achieving her goal of promotion to Director.
• Facilitated annual groups of 50 international young professionals, for 6 years with yearly increase in demand for limited intake for a Fortune 500 firm.
• Lead the process and achievement of the goal to buy back 100% shares from external shareholders for foundering directors of Consultus NZ Ltd.
• Initiated and created with the New Zealand Chinese Association Inc “Leadership & Development Conference 2011” Committee the sustainability program of the NZCA Youth Leadership Camp.