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Corinna Lim

Executive Director, AWARE
Senior Consultant & Keynote Speaker

Corinna is a respected leader in Singapore’s non-profit sector. Corinna’s expertise in law, gender equality, and diversity and inclusion enables her to provide training and consultancy on workplace harassment, diversity and inclusion, and team development. Before AWARE, Corinna founded a technology start-up and practiced law at several firms.

Chie van Slobbe

Facilitator and Consultant for Business Operations
Chie started her career in the airline industry and transitioned to a relationship management role in the banking industry before becoming a sales and relationship management trainer. She specializes in train-the-trainer programs and was a master trainer for HSBC’s core leadership programs. She is a certified IECL Level 2 Organisational Coach and an accredited trainer for several programs.

Caroline Callow

Senior Consultant and OD Facilitator
Caroline is an expert in Diversity, Equity & Inclusion and harassment prevention in the workplace. She co-founded the Seychelles’ Psychological Association and has worked with various organizations in Seychelles. Caroline has a Master’s degree in Occupational Psychology and is registered with the British Psychological Society.

Managing Professional Boundaries for Leaders

Join our transformative workshop designed for senior leaders. Explore building inclusive organizations, role modeling positive company culture, and addressing workplace harassment. Gain valuable insights and enhance your leadership skills in a dynamic and interactive session. Navigate workplace challenges with confidence.

Active Bystander Training

different races wondering about different methods of bystander intervention

Catalyse’s Active Bystander Training workshop equips employees and leaders to be active bystanders, fostering inclusivity and respect. Through interactive exercises, participants learn to recognise and address unwanted behaviour effectively, creating safer work environments.

Why anti-harassment programmes are often ineffective

This op-ed was originally published in The Business Times on 5 February 2021. Ask any company how it plans to combat workplace sexual harassment, and it will likely mention “anti-harassment training”. Sounds great in theory. But, in practice, are anti-harassment training programmes really effective? The short answer is: it depends. On their content, their delivery Read More

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

An excellent facilitator who managed to lead the workshop discussions (on a potentially sensitive topic) with professionalism and grace; numerous positive feedbacks were received from the participants…

Konica Minolta

The trainer understood our organizational challenges very well, … [ensuring that] our team members were united toward clear organizational goals after participating in this interactive workshop.

Katoen Natie

I want to thank you for one of the most entertaining and effective talks I had attended on Workplace Harassment … You delivered the talk with aplomb!


Catalyse provided much-needed clarity, and immediately after our meeting, we adopted and put in place harassment and anti-retaliation policies … One of the biggest takeaway for us is the appreciation that harassment must be dealt with at the level of the organisation, and not just the individuals.

Penelope Shone

Senior Consultant and Facilitator
Penny specializes in reputation management, culture change, strategy, and performance. She has led teams at Citigroup and General Electric in culture change, public affairs strategy, issues management, social innovation, and brand marketing for 20 years. Prior to this, she consulted for the world’s largest communications agencies in the UK and Asia. Penny holds a Master’s degree in Public Management from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore, and a Master’s degree in Public Relations from the University of Stirling, UK.

Are you ready to bring diversity to your workplace?

by Roslina Chai, Managing Director, Catalyse Consulting and Ranjana Sabu, Content Creator It is the right thing to do. It is the smart thing to do. Bringing diversity of thought, shaped by dissimilar perspectives – be it culture, education, gender, or age – to the workplace is critical to be relevant in today’s world. Reports Read More