- The Magic of Influence
- Emerging Leaders
- Coaching Essentials
- Strengths-Based Leadership
- Building Business Relationships
Interpersonal and Self-development
Leadership and Management Courses
- Managing Cultural Diversity
Conflict Management Courses
- Managing Up
- Stranger than Fiction
- How to Deal with Difficult People
Change Management Courses
- Flexibility and Resilience
- Leading Change
- Change Management
- Managing Self-Production
- Stress and Anger Management
Other Interpersonal Skills Courses
- Empathy at the Workplace
- Emotional Intelligence
- How to Conduct Fruitful and Effective Meeting
- Presentation Skills
- Communication Skills
- How to Brand yourself
- Work/Life Balance
- Critical Thinking
- Creativity and Innovation
- Self-Motivation and Positive Self-Talk
- Decision Making
Success Story Telling
Bite-Sized Learning Sessions
During our Movie Analysis Programs, trainees will reflect their learning experience from selected movies, television programs or plays. The moral of these selected movies, television programs or plays is directly related to the training programs objectives.
As Psychology is the branch of science that is concerned with the study of behavior and experience, our training programs will be delivered from a psychological perspective to work on the root-cause of the trainees’ behaviors.
Over the past few years, we’ve seen businesses moving away from competitive work environments to workplaces where collaboration and co-operation between staff is seen as the key to success. Here are some of the Team Building Activities to your business:
- IMPROVE PRODUCTIVITY
- Improve Productivity
- Increase Motivation
- Increase Collaboration
- Encourage Creativity
- Positive Reinforcement
- Improve Communication
Learners will experience different situations during their gamified learning journeys. The goal is to maximize enjoyment and engagement through capturing the interest of learners and inspiring them to continue learning.
Stories can be used as examples of right and wrong ways to perform skills with the outcome of each way described.
This method is most effective with debriefing questions, such as:
- How does this story relate to training?
- How did the main character’s choices make you feel?
- What assumptions did you make throughout the story? Were they correct?
- What would you have done differently?
This technique makes communication easier since it is nonthreatening with no one right answer. Stories can also make sessions more personal if they involve people trainees know.
Bite-sized learning focuses on a single topic, task, or learning objective at a time during short training sessions.