Empowerment . Education . Enjoyment


A recent JobStreet com survey on Employee Job Satsfaction in Malaysia revealed that 78% of respondents were unhappy with their current jobs. One of the top reason was the poor relationship with their immediate supervisor or boss. People don’t resign from a job or company. Often, people resign from people, and in this case, their managers. We expect leaders and managers to be able develop strategy, plan, manage the operation and solve problems, but we all know that require people beyond just the managers alone. People are the source of key resources, opportunities, information, and the like. No matter how brilliant the manager’s mind or strategy, if they’re playing a solo game, they’ll always lose out to a team.




Leadership 2.0 : Developing the new generation leaders

Effective leaders have acquired a set of skills and developed behaviors that set them apart from others. Successful leaders inspire and motivate people. They have the ability to create a vision and transfer it to those around them. They are good communicators; know about planning and more importantly they can manage people. While all good managers are not leaders, all successful leaders certainly know how to manage people. Although skills are an important part of making a strong leader, it is the behavior that often marks a successful leader. Great leaders show integrity, enthusiasm, determination, confidence and wisdom. There are many leadership workshop in the market but what made us difference is that we incorporate the latest changes in social, technology, generational difference and communication style; so that the leaders can capitalize or leverage from these, and transform themselves to be the leader of the new generation.


Performance Management

In today’s competitive market, it is absolutely essential to systematically manage the performance of employees to make them as motivated and productive as possible. Any organization that risks neglecting this important systematic review, is bound to fail when competing against those who use such optimization. However, many KPI are set from the top management point of view and seldom from the employee perception and that is why many KPI fail to measure the true talent of the employee. To create a productive atmosphere, an organization simply needs to respond to the needs of its staff. This workshop help leaders to understand what motivates their employees and aligning it with organization’s objectives and that is the essence of an effective performance management system.


Conflict Management

Conflicts can be hard. We get so emotional that sometimes we feel we can’t take it at all. Others may rely on a simple age-old technique of silence treatment, which doesn’t really do them or others any good. Conflicts have a tendency to escalate when untreated, they can make the environment toxic and unproductive and eventually the conflict may come to control you rather you controlling it. This workshop facilitates understanding conflict, detecting signs of conflict escalation, responding to such signs with appropriate action and finally using effective techniques to resolve the conflict. It focuses on positive and productive aspects of conflicts and explains how we can benefit from situations which are often perceived as negative and destructive. Conflicts, if managed correctly, increase understanding and wisdom. The rich selection of scenarios and exercises in this workshop
will help participants to master these skills quickly and efficiently.


Coaching: Inspiring Solution Within

Coaching is increasingly becoming one of the most sought after and important skills for anyone in a work environment. It is a skill that no manager can live without. The days of direct commands from managers to their employees are long gone. The importance of inspiring and guiding employees to realize their abilities and discover their power and responsibilities can no longer be ignored. This is why any successful company is now deeply interested in formal and informal coaching carried out continuously in the workplace. This workshop focuses on the latest proven methods of coaching and covers important topics such as structuring effective communications, successful questioning methods and active listening techniques, the GROW model, human behavior, motivational conversations, giving feedback or praise and many other relevant topics. It will introduce you to the mentality of successful coaches, the effective methods of managing resistive or defensive coachees, the ability to control your emotions and to use others in inspiring and directing them towards achieving their goals.


Interview Technique

One of the biggest gap we see in organization today is that there are no proper training for manager or leaders on how to conduct an interview and proper way to evaluate the candidate to know not only the skill fit but the value, cultural and personality fit to the organization. Your organization success depends on the talent you have. Why leave it to chance or gut feeling when conducting an interview. The workshop covers many areas such as interview strategy, psychological behavior, questioning skills, body language and handling interviewees. Participants will learn what stages they need to go through before an interview and then what stages to go through during an interview so they can get as much information as possible which would then help them or the organization to pick the most ideal candidate for a particular role.


Communication & Relationship Building

Whatever we do in life or the work we do, there is one common thing…we are need to work with people. With every person we meet, we can have two outcomes. Either we can connect or we can conflict. Success in life is based on how successfully we form relationships. And how successfully we are in forming relationships is based on how well we communicate with others. This workshop uses Neuro Linguistic Programing (NLP) and human psychology to develop participant to be a great communicator in whatever language they use and the ability to build lasting rapport with anyone they meet.


Effective People Management

It is well known that motivated staff not only work harder and longer, but are also much more likely to innovate and bring new ideas than others. Innovative companies are much more competitive and can handle bigger challenges swiftly and come out stronger than their competitors. However, many organization promote their staff to manager based on his/her individual contribution but not the ability to manage people. This workshop uses the latest research on human psychology on how to connect with others, inspire them and to position themselves that the staff want to follow, rather than they have to.