Kin Tue-Fee is a very experienced speaker, coach and author, originally from beautiful Mauritius and based in Ottawa, Canada. Kin is author of two books: “Become your best – Principles of personal management and development” and “Putting People First – A personal approach to management and leadership”. Long time member of Toastmasters International.
His stage fright moment
During his last year studying Naval Architecture at The University of Glasgow, he had to present his project to his Professor, lecturers, and fellow students. He froze in front of the audience for few minutes and had strong stage fright, even though he knew his topic very well. A second stage fright moment occurred in his own wedding’s speech.
A lesson of persistance
In order to become a Manager in the Canadian Public Sector, Kin had to compete nearly 25 times. The hardest part was always the oral interview. In this journey he joined Toastmasters International, which helped him to gain confidence and the communication skills that he lacked. A great lesson of persistance.
Communication is the most important skill to become a Manager
As happened in his own personal story, Kin has seen how dozens of people flourish once they gain communication skills. In his seminars, Kin challenges his audience asking: “Give me an example of a good leader who has poor communication skills”. Communication is the most important skill to become Manager.
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” – Nelson Mandela
“The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” by Stephen R. Covey
Routine to Shine
Ho’oponopono is a healing technique from Hawaii. Four phrases to repeat: I am sorry; Please forgive me; I love you; Thank you. Tell this to yourself every day. For more insight, please read Kin’s article.