The Garden: Commitment towards Professional Success

When:
April 22, 2019 @ 9:00 AM
2019-04-22T09:00:00+08:00
2019-04-22T09:15:00+08:00

The Garden: Commitment towards Professional Success

Be in Charge of your Destiny

Why can’t young people become a manager?

Why are some staff promoted faster than others?

What must you possessed in order to succeed?

Many organizations today are operating in an environment characterized by volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity, and as a result, good potential staff are likely to struggle with major challenges they never had to deal with before. Hence, managing self is now the first step that every staff should possess to be successful in today’s work environment. It is very important to develop your mindset and belief systems to create a healthy working environment.

Target Audience: Supervisors, Team Leader, Staff, New Recruits, Graduates, Project Team Member who wants to practice professionalism at work

” From this training, I understand how important for me to step back and reflect myself at current position.”

” Most of the points that learn from the training are very related to our work environment and making it easy to apply it to the work.” 

” Trainer has professionalism and credibility and knows his stuff! Excellent role modelling of how trainers should present. Great balance of use of ‘personal’ stories too. Also demonstrated how to handle contingencies well.”

” Bryan was great at making adjustments for the different levels that were in the class. He gave little extra things to those who knew more, and paid attention to those who knew less so they did not get left behind.” 

” Bryan was great at quote useful example to let us understand myself more and understand the self value is very importance.”

” What I most surprised from this training is JOHARI Window.”

” What we should learn is to be excellent but not be perfect. “

” Thinking from the different perspective, sharing idea of doing something.”

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