Sulynn Choong is a Positive Change Strategist/ Executive Coach working with professionals and executives to achieve optimal levels of performance and work satisfaction. She believes that strength-based change management founded on positivity and resilience makes the difference to individuals and organisations. Sulynn partners with CEOs of corporations to energise and build positive productive workplaces; and works with executives to find a sense of balance through leveraging inner strengths and developing effective strategies for excellence and high performance. She also supports specialist consulting firms in public relations and organisational development, focusing on behavioural change through cognitive shifts and emotional mastery, to enhance employee engagement and communication. Sulynn’s lifelong passion is to help people find meaning and fulfilment at work, and in their daily lives. She is a certified ICF and Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder-Centred coach who integrates her experience and expertise in human resource development with applications of positive psychology. Her clients value her positive outlook, presence, authenticity and intuitive collaborative style. Sulynn is also a prolific writer, a frequent speaker, an inspiring teacher and mindful event organiser specialising in making applications of positive psychology come alive. She actively develops and facilitates positive living coaching/workshops targeted at people who are seeking self-empowerment strategies to live their Best Possible Life. She also designs character development programs for children and youth to set foundations for lifelong flourishing. Additional background information: In 2006, Sulynn was the first Asian to graduate with the pioneer Master of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) class from the University of Pennsylvania. She has integrated positive psychology with almost 30 years of diverse local and international management and operations experience in senior leadership positions across various industries, with almost two decades in business consulting. Sulynn is an accredited administrator/interpreter of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, FIRO-B, SHL Occupational Testing, Belbin Team Profiles, Everything DiSC, and Hogan Assessments. She also administers profiling and measurement tools common in applied positive psychology. Her natural curiosity drives her to regularly explore and test new strength /positive trait profiling tools. Sulynn founded the Asian Center for Applied Positive Psychology and acts as its Chief Engagement Officer. She is a Charter Member of the International Positive Psychology Association, a Visiting Scholar at University of Pennsylvania, as well as a member of International Coach Federation and International Psychological Type Association. Sulynn was a founding faculty member of Positive Psychology Centre, Singapore. She has successfully partnered with the Ateneo de Naga University in founding the National Convention on Positive Psychology in the Philippines, with full accreditation from key psychological and educational institutions and accreditation bodies. Sulynn also freelances as a Coach with IMD, Lausaunne on HPL programmes; Black Dog Consultants, Hong Kong; The Theatre Company, London; ICLIF, Malaysia; APIC, Malaysia; and CEE-Global, Singapore; as well as serves as Chief Engagement Officer (Asia) of the Strengths Foundation, UK. She writes for Accelerate (HR Matters) magazine, and corporate management newsletters, upon request. Sulynn's research focuses on the nature and nurture of individual positive traits, character strengths and virtues, personality and psychological type, and their behavioural manifestations. Her current interest is in leveraging applications of neuroscience in building people, enabling organisations and enriching lives. Sulynn’s Capstone research paper with K Britton was published in the International Coaching Profession Review, April 2007. She is also a co-author of Resilience: How to Navigate Life's Curves (2009), and a contributor in Bring Out Their Best (2014).