At Pace, we believe that Being Real Matters.
We're authentic in all our dealings and relationship. We’re courageous to articulate the truth, while also being humble to admit what we don’t know. We develop internal and external bonds that will hold us together despite facing real challenges of working together, to advance our clients' organisations.
We embrace holistic well-being and a higher sense of situational awareness among ourselves — to face our business realities with humility, courage and maturity. We confront brutal facts with actions and not defence. We act in faith with a strong resolve to move our organisation to a better state, through collaborating with all involved.
At PACE, we endeavour relentlessly to help leaders be REAL. We're cheerleaders, coaches, authors, mentors, OD doctors, facilitators, researchers and more — but most of all, we're friends.
We're committed to help leaders build transformational organisations from within: one leader, one team, one person at a time. And with that, true organisation development is the fruit of our intentional efforts to be truer, better and greater versions of ourselves.
Helping organisations realise authenticity to attain organisational effectiveness.
We facilitate authentic stakeholder engagement through OD solutions that transform leaders, people and organisations. We are resolved to help our clients to move to a better state.
Led by Dr. Lily Cheng and Dr. Peter Cheng, we're a multi-cultural team consisting of professional and dynamic individuals that pool our diverse experiences and deep expertise to give our best to our clients. Consultants, facilitators and support staff alike embody our core values of Passion, Authenticity, Challenge, and Esprit de Corps.
We believe that Culture is at the heart of every organisation, leading the way for both high-level strategic decisions and frontline interactions. One common observation we've encountered time and time again? That Culture is largely shaped by Leaders. And for transformation to take place and meet the needs of external and organisational change, it must start with each one of us — because all of us are leaders with a sphere of influence that we can impact.