Stephen Paul Chong
Stephen Chong M.Ed. is a highly sought-after professional development coach, keynote speaker and author, and he shares his passion for life with everyone that he meets. Over the past 25 years he has provided guidance and motivation to countless people through his inspirational messages and ability to ‘bring the best out in people’. Stephen’s wise observations of modern work and personal life will give you insight on how to realise your highest potential through a rich and fulfilling life.
“Stephen helps you see through the clutter to what’s real and important.”
Tony Black - Partner, Black & More
In his work as a professional development coach, Stephen focuses on improving the essential personal growth required by executives, business managers and employees in the modern workplace. He has established a considerable reputation for designing and delivering quality coaching and training programs and this is evident in the many workshops and seminars he has conducted.
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• Master of Education in Adult Learning and Global Change, UTS
• Bachelor of Science, Latrobe University
• Diploma of Management
• Certificate IV in Training & Assessment
• Certificate IV in Business (Frontline Management)
• Certified Practitioner of the Myers-Briggs TYPE Inventory
Stephen believes the greatest achievements are found in “enjoying success through the success of others” and with this in mind, he has drawn on his experience to craft his first five books:
The Book of Testaments: A Practical Guide for Spiritual Realisation (2009)
The Music of the Soul: A pathway to a rich and fulfilling (2011)
Letters Across Time: A journey of enlightenment (2013)
The Power and the Possible: A teenager's traverse of the world (2015), and
Bodies of Consequence (2019)
He has published business articles for the Cairns Post periodical, entitled:
“The concept of High ROI employees”
“How to develop Trust”.
“Communicating to the Max”, and
“Creating a Culture of Empowerment”.
Stephen is a well-known, regular contributor to the Connect Magazine in Australia. Stephen has published numerous stories and articles and is a contributor to numerous other magazines and websites.
He lives in Queensland, Australia.
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