Asia Business Outlook Top 10 Award


Asia Business Outlook Top 10 Award

Having gone through years of schooling, we are all very familiar with academic learning, the process of acquiring information through the study of a subject without the necessity for direct experience, in which the learner plays a comparatively passive role. Experiential learning is the process of learning through experience and is more specifically defined as “learning through reflection on doing”. Experiential learning is much different from academic learning.

Experiential learning focuses on the learning process for the individual. One makes discoveries and experiments with knowledge firsthand, instead of hearing or reading about others’ experiences. Experiential learning activities are based on several experiential methodologies, resulting in more interesting and social engagements than standard learning activities. Through experiential learning activities, employees can develop and apply analytical skills to conceptualize the experience, as well as decision-making and problem-solving abilities to put the new ideas gained from the experience to use.

Simon Ng Teck Meng | Founder of Dynamic Team Holdings

Simon Ng Teck Meng is the founder of Dynamic Team Holdings, an organization that believes in innovative training for personal development through experiential and participative learning. Simon Ng was recognized for his creative and impactful learning experiences by Motorola University at Schaumburg, Chicago.

Simon also holds a 4th Degree Black-Belt Instructor Certificate in Taekwon-Do. He developed and founded the “Empowerment of the Black-Belt Team”, a comprehensive and experiential program designed to develop a spirit of “oneness” and team cohesiveness among participants. He emulates the principles of the various “senseis” which are the foundation of Martial Arts, as his core training methodology – an equation of participative and output learning.

Simon himself is a Martial Arts practitioner and teacher. “The Empowerment of the Black-Belt Team” program which takes a holistic approach to lead people and organizations to excellence makes people realize the need for Team Power, change, and commitment to survive these trying times. Simon believes that Corporations and Institutions today need to shift from “Management of Crises” to “Leading by Vision and Mission”. But before an organization can make this transition, the people must be a cohesive team.

Simon strongly subscribes to active learning which makes the learning process fun and an ‘adventure’ instead of the conventional passive classroom style of ‘I lecture, you listen’. The only means of maintaining participants’ attention and retention in seminars or workshops is through participation – an active interaction between facilitator and participants. This is an open secret, the secret of The Black Belt Leader!

The training curriculum of Dynamic Team
incorporates martial arts philosophy. It constantly
suggests or promotes the application of mastery,
which is tied to the idea of ‘I must change first,
and then things begin to change

-Simon Ng Teck Meng-

Certificate of Asia Business Outlook Top 10 Award