Kimble Ngo

Business & Influence Coach, Amplify Influence

An Ex-Banker & Ex-GM of a Regional Beverage Business, Kimble believes everyone has the capacity inside of them to transform the world in their own way. He believes we all have leadership capabilities but it is often under-utilized or underdeveloped. We focus heavily on hard & technical skills but overlook the fundamental human skills that binds all of us together such as communication, conflict resolution, relationship building, and leadership.

His mission is to draw the best out of each of his clients so they can make a positive impact in their work, business, and community.
With Amplify Influence, Kimble has trained and coached Web Designers, Accountants, Operations Teams, Laboratory Assistants and others to better increase their abilities in the area of influence, communication, change management, business strategy, and leadership.

In Kimble’s past he was a CRM at an International Investment Bank & was the GM of a Regional Distribution & Branding firm of popular beverages throughout South East Asia. He is involved in multiple businesses, while providing training & coaching with Amplify Influence. He specializes in empathy based skills training to drive leadership, sales, and people management. As fun facts, Kimble is a 70.3 Ironman and was also part of the Canadian Military in his past.

Kimble's Talk: Power of Personal Influence - How Individuals can be changemakers using Empathy

In a more highly automated tech and process oriented culture we often overlook the power of the individual. A lot of time is spent on optimizing and defining logical paths through our products, lifestyle, and outlook in life. Yet, one of the biggest constants are hardly considered nowadays. The human being. The individual who has a dream, a vision and a family. No transformation can be done without their consideration. They are the engines that engage, they are the barriers that block, they are the mechanism that steer.

The purpose of the sessions is talk about the individual and Empathy. Some believe change can be directed from the top, others believe it is sown in the roots of the grass. And both are right from their own perspective. Never forget each area extremes boils down to individuals. Each with their own strengths & weight in discussions. However it is the collective that leaves ever lasting impact. But to inspire that change, it really starts with yourself. See how you can make a difference and create a change for the better.

In our drive to automate and become agile we often look at the tech and process side. We focus a lot on the optimizing and refining paths through our products, lifestyle, and outlook.