June Delano is an innovator in the field of organization and executive development who focuses on capability-building as a source of competitive advantage.  She is known for her deep understanding of the relationship between strategy and executive learning, as well as ground-breaking approaches to leadership development.

June is a Founding Partner of Pivotal Leadership and Principal of The Delano Network , a community of resources for executive and organization development.   She was previously a leader of the executive development practice at  Monitor Group, running enterprise-level projects with clients in Asia, Europe and the Americas.  Earlier in her career, she led Worldwide Learning & Development, including executive and organization development for  Eastman Kodak

June has worked in many industries, with multi-year projects in telecommunications, biopharmaceuticals and banking. She has led projects in Asia, Europe, Latin America and North America, and is particularly effective

working in multinational settings with both individuals and small groups.  

June chairs the Board of the Organization Development Network.  She is a Fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science and a Director of Meridian International Institute.  June is a frequent speaker and writer on leadership, as well as organization and executive development.  Her most recent research, focused on the skills required to coach across cultural and national boundaries, will soon be published in the International Journal of

Coaching in Organizations.

June holds an MS in Organization Development from The American University and a BA in Journalism from Michigan State University.  She has studied at The Fielding Institute, The Gestalt Institute of Cleveland and The NTL Institute.

Leng Lim has spent his life making himself at home in different worlds.  Born in Asia and educated in North America, he bridges the world of inner spiritual reflection and the outer world of business achievement with Master degrees in Divinity and Business from Harvard. His insights and experience in leadership development have come from working in a diversity of organisations, but they have been most profoundly shaped by his time in the wilderness.

While an undergraduate at Princeton University, he led his first of many international mountaineering expeditions to Alaska.  Out of these wilderness experiences, he learned to develop the potential hidden in the fears and foibles of individualsthe potential for immense courage, and extraordinary achievement through teams.  The common theme for his work, whether in the wilderness or the corporate boardroom, is the development of people's joy, courage, leadership, and legacy.  

In his work as a minister of the Episcopal Church (USA), Leng has worked with a diverse range of people from different cultures and stations in lifefrom conflicted inner city ghettos in Los Angeles, to AIDS care, to the University of California where he was an interfaith chaplain.  In his business career, Leng has worked as a management consultant with Marakon Associates, and has established a successful international leadership coaching and consulting business. He also coaches in the Executive Education programs at INSEAD, and is sought after as a keynote speaker and speech writer.

Leng practices yoga and vipassana meditation and is Chairman and Co-Founder of SEALNET, an international non-profit organisation dedicated to cultivating young leaders in the countries of Southeast Asia. Based in San Francisco and Singapore, Leng continues to integrate the best thinking from both worlds.

Besides Harvard and Princeton, Leng is also a proud alumnus of the United World College (USA) and Raffles Institution (Singapore).

Bruce McFee is an experienced consultant, gifted facilitator and trusted executive coach with over 25 years of experience working across a myriad of industries and companies worldwide.  Bruce brings to his work a keen interest in the challenges of working across cultures and communities, and how this plays out in international business.

Bruce himself has worked and lived in an international context.  A Canadian by birth, he was selected to attend The Lester B Pearson United World College on a full scholarship, where he lived and studied with students from over 50 countries.  This experience convinced him that the world needed business people with the ability to understand and communicate with diverse constituencies and to think and act globally with the best interests of customers, employees and communities in mind.

Keenly interested in the growing importance of the Pacific Rim, he moved to Singapore in 1987 to join Booz-Allen Hamilton, where he was a Strategy Partner in Financial Services. Bruce assisted a number of market-leading institutions to radically redefine their businesses to ensure their ongoing growth in a deregulated and increasingly competitive environment.  His work focused on multi-year assignments to assist senior management in renewing and recreating themselves and the organisations they led. 

In these times of uncertainty, the primacy of inspired leadership and organisational culture emerges as keys to growth and prosperity.  The ability to galvanise and mobilise the thousands of employees in an organisation depends on a clear sense of integrity and purpose, communicated clearly and honestly.  Bruce serves as a trusted advisor and counsel to the CEO and executive team, as they chart the journey to lead their organisation and its people through the tumultuous seas of both personal and organisational change.  

Bruce brings to his work a deep curiosity about both the world around us and the world within.   He has studied and practised a number of approaches to meditation, has a regular yoga practice, and continues his personal development and exploration, having studied with Deepak Chopra, Brandon Bays and Anthony Robbins, among others. With a base in Chiang Mai and offices in Bangkok and Singapore, Bruce splits his time between work with his clients at the Retreat Centre in Chiang Mai and working with clients in their offices across Asia. He also coaches in the Executive Education programs at INSEAD.

Bruce earned his Honors in Business Administration from the University of Western Ontario, and an MBA (Distinction) from INSEAD, France. 


~ Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.”  ~ Helen Keller

Leng Lim

Bruce McFee