Talented and highly sought-after, Henry Gaier is an internationally acclaimed facilitator and educator whose passion is to bring World Class standards to Malaysia. A German-native with twenty years of senior management experience ensures that his workshops are effective, powerful, meaningful and results-driven.
Having held VP and C positions for the last 20+ years, 10 of which in Singapore and Malaysia – in everything from his own company to international start-ups to GLCs and government agencies to multi-billion dollar MNCs, have allowed Henry to assess how organisations with vastly different structures operate from the minutiae to the overall concept. Participants in Henry’s workshops praise the fluidity, interaction and ease of making issues understandable and practical.
Henry’s fiery, infectious enthusiasm combined with a healthy dose of humour brings out the best in people at his training events. Henry’s coaching brand encompasses the breadth of an organisation’s infrastructure, ensuring his interactive sessions are feasible with immediate take-back-to-work tactics.
His decade-long corporate experience in Asia has given him the foundation to fluidly cross ethnic and cultural boundaries in understanding what works best in a mono-cultural and multi-cultural setting. All clients also benefit from his top-tier ethics and strategies from having worked in German, Japanese and American companies.
Satisfied clients include Fujitsu, NEC, NTT DoCoMo, IBM GSA, Alcatel-Lucent, DBS, Yayasan Sabah (Innoprise), Telstra, Qantas, Tsinghua University, Tourism Malaysia, Aramex, Marina Mandarin, Club Med, Pulau Pangkor Island Beach Resort, Traders Hotel Johor, Legoland Malaysia, Sime Darby Group and many more.
• Results-driven sales and operations executive
• Team Building expert, going past the games and fun to target the objective
• Expertise building and leading multi-million dollar enterprise-class organizations to success through vision, collaboration and execution.
• Impressive management career marked by demonstrated ability to turn around large organizations by focusing on cost reductions and increased revenue, as well as moving start-ups rapidly to sustained growth.