About us

Intelligence Partnership is a unique, specialist education and consultancy service. It is primary concerned with individual and organisation emotional wellbeing. IP guides and enables the creation of a Totally Inclusive work culture and a Totally Inclusive Self-Love approach within individuals.

Intelligence Partnership is

Co-founded and Delivered by

Intelligence Partnership is a business consultancy based in Hanoi, Vietnam, with offices in Thailand. The co-founders and partners, Ms Binh and Dr Stephen, are experts in organisational analysis and culture. They combine Asian and Western mindsets and the intelligences EQ and IQ to the problems and issues which all businesses face at different times but especially in this age of rapid and unpredictable change and uncertainty.

Ms. Van Thi Thanh Binh

Binh is an empath who specialises in self-love and emotional well-being. She has been observing, researching, writing and teaching emotional intelligence for over twenty years. She is a Lecturer in Emotional Intelligence and Literature of English-Speaking Countries at the University of Languages and International Studies, Vietnam National University, Hanoi. Binh is a specialist consultant in emotional wellbeing and has been providing emotional and wellbeing support for women, children and parents for over ten years. 


For more information go to: www.vanthanhbinh.com

Dr. Stephen M. Whitehead

Stephen is an internationally recognized expert on gender identity, men and masculinities and international education. He is the creator of the Total Inclusivity concept and author of 16 books, including Toxic MasculinityTotal Inclusivity at WorkThe Relationship Manifesto; and The Many Faces of Men. He is Co-Founder and Director of Whitehead Lee & Associates (educational consultants) and previously Professor of Gender Studies (UK and Taiwan).


For more information go to: www.stephen-whitehead.com


Binh and Stephen are currently writing a book on femininity and self-love to be published in the autumn of 2023.

Coming Soon...

What Is Total Inclusivity?

Total Inclusivity means recognising, valuing, protecting and nurturing diverse identities, including those of race, gender, sexual orientation, class, disability, age, religion and language.

For more information on Total Inclusivity see www.totalinclusivity.com and the following books:

Total Inclusivity at Work

Despite inclusivity’s importance and most people’s desire for it,…

Becoming a Totally Inclusive School

Educators are at a crossroads and the global call for institution…

Creating a Totally Inclusive University

This book introduces the concept and practices of Total Inclusivity…

What is Self-Love?


Self-Love means valuing oneself, nurturing oneself, protecting oneself, empowering oneself, thereby ensuring oneself is able to flourish and grow in a happy and contented state.

How do Total Inclusivity and Self-Love Connect?

The healthiest emotional condition for an individual is achieved when they are able to embrace all facets of their identity. When they are being truly authentic and no longer acting out roles and behaviours for social convention.

When one is able to embrace all facets of oneself so one is better able to accept all facets of others.

Thus arises the state of Totally Inclusive Self-Love

How can IP Help Organisations?

Every business has problems but not every business leader can solve all of them. Often the most complex and cumbersome organisational problems arise from simple causes. Intelligence Partnership identifies those causes, the roots of the problems, and provides organic solutions from within the organisation. IP undertakes the identification, analysis and resolution of difficult business problems, especially those related to work systems, leadership styles, human resource management, and organisational cultures. The primary objective is to improve efficiency, enhance staff motivation, and increase profitability for the organisation

How can IP Help Schools?

Schools and Universities are at the forefront of social change much of which can be negatively experienced by individuals, creating difficulties for students, teachers and leaders. An example is toxic masculinity and toxic femininity. These two terms appear similar but are in fact very different. IP provides training, guidance and solutions for any educational establishment seeking to address toxic identity work in students (and staff). We offer workshops, seminars and in-person professional development all tailored to meet the specific needs of the organization.

Emotionally intelligence solutions for your well-being and growth

Total Inclusivity at Work

Despite inclusivity’s importance and most people’s desire for it,…