Sherman is passionate about organizational and people development. An experienced facilitator, he has worked with a wide range of clients, and has been a key facilitator in numerous large-scale projects. They include the design and contextualization of a 3-year learning journey for over 1000 service staff in the financial sector and the organizational values alignment for the leaders and staff of a 14,000-strong organization. He also facilitates platforms for dialogue at a senior executive level and coaches individuals from Generation Y in leadership development.
He has helped develop effective teams in a non-governmental organisation (NGO) and as a part of his work with the NGO, he created curriculum and training workshops, implementing some of these sessions overseas.
Sherman graduated from the National University of Singapore with a double degree in Business Administration as well as Communications & New Media (with honors) from the NUS Business School and the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences respectively.
It is truly an incredible privilege to work in ROHEI because it really has everything I could ask for. I thoroughly enjoy and am passionate about what we get to do. My colleagues are all remarkable individuals in their own right and together create such an amazing workplace and family that I cannot wait to get to work everyday. At ROHEI, I am consistently inspired, affirmed and challenged to grow not only as a professional but also as a person, and I am thrilled that we get to do that for others. What else can I say? I love my job!
In his free time, Sherman is happy to place himself somewhere comfortable and bury himself in a good book or the occasional MMORPG, watch a movie and/or spend some quality time with his friends. He loves life with a passion and is constantly enthused by the lives of others, good music and creativity of any form.
It’s uncanny that Sherman comes from a family of trainers (almost!). Both his parents are Karate coaches, and his father is also involved in training the building and construction industry. His sister taught art to pre-schoolers, and his brother? We’ll have to wait and see.