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Avalyn Lim

SINGAPORE

 

Avalyn is an experienced coach who works with senior executives from multinational corporations and professional service firms. Prior to coaching, she started her career at a leading law firm in Singapore. Since leaving legal practice in 2000, Avalyn has worked in large corporations (Fortune 100) and start-ups, holding a broad range of regional and global roles in business development and corporate partnerships. In addition to her law degree, she holds dual Executive Masters in Business Administration from INSEAD and Tsinghua School of Economics & Management in Beijing.

Coaching Focus

A mother of three, Avalyn is passionate about coaching senior women executives on these topics:

  • Career transitions: moving up internally, across teams and between organisations.

  • Career Crossroads: women executives encountering changes in career aspirations or lifestyle that require redesigning their careers.

  • Self-esteem and authenticity: women executives looking to regain their voice, place, and sense of identity at work.

Coaching style

Avalyn believes that everyone holds the answers they seek within them. She begins from a place of enquiry and deep listening to assist her clients unearth their beliefs and thought patterns that impact performance, working relationships and self-esteem. By increasing their self-awareness, clients can enhance their focus, communication effectiveness, and impact on their teams. From her own professional experience, Avalyn understands the challenges and complexities that senior executives face, and she brings this context into her coaching conversations to ensure relevance for clients.

 
 
 
Avalyn is warm, energetic and has genuine interest to help people to overcome their problems. After few coaching sessions with Avalyn, I feel I have better clarity and feel much happier.
 
I have gained new awareness of how my limiting beliefs are potentially holding me back... I have become less afraid of speaking up, asking, challenging, sharing my point of view, where it serves the larger outcome.