Noor Constantin


Facilitator Trainer Assessor
Bachelor of Arts Psychology (honors), University of Buffalo, USA
Bachelor of Arts Mass Communication (honors), Oklahoma City University, USA
Certified MBTI practitioner, Australia
Certified ACTA trainer and assessor, Singapore
Certified CELTA teacher, British Council, Singapore

Ms. Noor Constantin holds two degrees from Buffalo University New York, and Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma, USA, in Psychology and Mass Communication respectively. She graduated with honours for both degrees. She also holds a certificate for teaching the English Language to Adults (CELTA) from the British Council, Singapore and is an accredited member of the Asianic Psychologists Press of Australia to administer the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Steps I & II (Interpretive Report). In addition, she is also a certified ACTA (advanced certificate in training and assessing) trainer and assessor awarded by the Workforce Agency (WDA), a government body in Singapore.

Noor’s body of work includes managing and facilitating the New Professional School (NPS) for new professionals across Asia (a 7-day intensive assimilation programme), delivering cultural diversity modules for ExxonMobil managers and executives in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Bangkok, Thailand, and also the Bangkok Business Service Centre (BBSC) in Thailand for ExxonMobil in the Asia Pacific region.

As the overall coordinator of the ExxonMobil New Professional School and the Bangkok Business Service Centre training programmes, she developed the training modules and conducted the following sessions: Effective Presentation and Communication in the Workplace, Cultural Diversity, Team Building and MBTI.

Noor also conducted cultural diversity and MBTI workshops for the Thailand Management Association (TMA) in Bangkok, Thailand for both multinational corporations and local organizations, a creativity & innovation workshop for AVA (Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority of Singapore), a Singapore government department, and also conducted workshops and corporate training sessions for the Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS) for Impactful Presentations, Cultural Diversity, Effective Customer Communication and Conflict Resolution. She has also successfully facilitated workshops for LaFarge in France and also Malaysia for their global middle management teams across Europe and Asia.

Her latest projects, where she was involved in designing and facilitation, were the LSP (Leadership Support Program, the TSP (Transition Support Program) and the Mentoring workshop for the SPT (Singapore Parallel Train) project for ExxonMobil Singapore. Her latest project in Malaysia included a two day MBTI session for HELP UNIVERSITY, KUALA LUMPUR.

Noor enjoys every piece of her work, from leadership development to team development, group process design and facilitation. She believes in the fundamental questions we ask ourselves and in the few key decisions we make in life, and her own life has manifested the benefits of change, positive thinking and challenging oneself to move out of a comfort zone. She is a firm believer in human potential and have learnt through experience that the door has to open from the inside before we can benefit from new learning.