Readers' Choice Awards: Best Corporate Training Provider

Rohei was named best training provider in the 2017 Readers' Choice Awards.

In the world of corporate training, forging trust between the service provider and clients is absolutely crucial in order to ensure a win-win partnership.

This trait, according to Rohei Corporation’s Deputy CEO Praise Mok (pictured), is in abundance after the organisation snagged the prestigious Best Corporate Training Provider accolade at the 2017 Readers’ Choice Awards.

“We work hard to develop a culture of trust and openness among our team, and with our clients and partners,” said Mok.

“We also have amazing clients who believe that the work we do with them adds value to their endeavours. We now count many of them as dear friends.”

Far from easing up in the aftermath of its victory, the organisation is also striving to ensure its team continues on its journey of developing a more skilled and disciplined workforce. 

The relentless road towards self-improvement underpins its key objective of building and maintaining trust between its partners.

“Our priorities are on team development and creating sustainable practices, policies and systems that support the building of a culture of trust,” said Mok.

“We believe that is the way to deepen and broaden how we serve our clients and stakeholders.”

“We are in it for the long haul and are determined to be better together.”


HRM Asia's Readers' Choice Awards were presented on September 8. All of the winners will be unveiled in the special Readers' Choice Awards forum.

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