About

Duc-HanhNGUYEN
Helping people drives success’*

 I’m passionate about building a strong, high-performing fellow network through empowering and cultivating the potential of people that I connect with.  

I have a genuine desire in helping others seek their potential, focus on their strength and motivate them to be the best they can, through mentoring, giving sound advice and listening with an accepting ear.

I am known as a ‘chief’ in the organizations I have worked with, and have risen within the ranks to reach a managerial level at a young age in companies such as TMG and Openasia Group.  I have achieved this by inspiring, impacting and rallying my co-workers to use their potential to the fullest extent to build high-performing teams.

Leadership is not about being the ‘boss’, it is about serving, supporting and nurturing the talents in your members to reach the common goals and targets as a team. It is with this philosophy in mind that drives the interaction that I have with people daily.  Whether they are my work colleagues, gym buddies, friends and family members, I aim to inspire them to be the best they can.

I have a very clear picture of who I want to be in this life as a person and professionally.  The next stride in my career trajectory is to continue expanding upon my knowledge.  I am very proud to be awarded the Eiffel Excellence Scholarship by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development and now find myself in Paris attending IÉSEG School of Management to sharpen my skillset and strengthen my business strategy and vision.

“Cause there’s a spark in you, you just gotta ignite the light and let it shine.” – Katy Perry

I believe that life is a journey and mine should be full of color and diversity. No matter where I roam, I always try to remain true to myself. My blog posts are musings and learnings that I have encountered thus far on my journey, with the desire for recording impressions and memories and also with the hope of sharing to inspire, motivate and ignite others, simply because “writing enables you to figure out what you are really thinking and really feeling” (**). Thanks for visiting and sharing your thoughts with me if possible.


(*) ‘Give and Take: A Revolutionary Approach to Success’ (2013) by Adam Grant, an American author, professor and inspirer of lots of young people. He was named a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader, one of 50 Most Influential Global Management Thinkers in 2015 and named to Fortune’s 40 under 40 in 2016.

(**) Playing Big’ (2014) by Tara Mohr, founder of the global Playing Big leadership programme for women and an expert on women’s leadership and well-being.