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Confident and Successful Career Transition

If you're in the job market, you may want a job quickly. Few job seekers—even high-level managers—can sustain a job search for more than three or four months without suffering emotional fatigue. There's something inside us that says, "I have to be working . . . and I have to be working now." Job hunting can be a tough road. The job search has been described as "the highest highs" and "the lowest lows." From beginning to end, it's often an emotional roller coaster. This workshop and coaching programme is meant to equip professionals with practical skills  to ride through their career transition with confidence, and land their next job.

Implementing Work-Life Integration

The employment scene is changing with talents wanting to stay committed to their companies, yet wanting to ensure they do not lose focus on their non-work commitments such as personal life, personal continuing learning, contributing some of their time on social causes. Rather than denying that the talents in their organisations have these needs and losing their talents, management should work towards helping their people achieve such work-life balance or work-life integration. Allowing and helping their people to have this work-life integration in a positive way is a strong attraction, motivation and retention strategy.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the this programme:

  • participants will be able to map out and implement work-life integration strategies

  • identify flexible work arrangements that will allow employees to achieve such work-life balance and hence positively allow them to integrate personal life and work-life

  • set out criteria to allow employees to choose such flexible work arrangements without affecting productivity and work efficiency

Problem Solving & Decision Making

Employees of all levels often face challenges and problems at work, however they often do not know how to solve the problems or make the right decisions efficiently and effectively, thus choosing to avoid the problems altogether instead. Habitual avoidance of problems can culminate into a corporate disaster, causing the organisation to suffer losses in reputation, revenue, or even talent. This course proactively addresses the various problem scenarios and timely decision-making situations by equipping attendees with the tools, strategies and the know-how, to bring value to the company and their customers. This course incorporates videos, group discussions, and activities in its lesson plan to allow attendees to experience the process of problem solving and decision-making, which can be applied at work and in their individual context as well.

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