Are you seeing these warning signs in your team members?
“I can’t be bothered” attitude – staff showing disinterest in the team’s goals, work projects and activities that often resulted in lower productivity.
Increased absences – staff often take leave or call in sick. Often showing signs of decreased motivation in getting their work done.
Delivered poor quality work – staff is less committed than the past, often make mistakes or fail to meet deadlines.
Displayed negative emotions– staff tends to have negative attitude, low morale, unhappy disposition and quiet.
There should be real concerns over these symptoms that you are getting from your team. Engaging and retaining the right people have always been organizations’ primary concern. The challenge occurs when people who can do the job are often let go due to under-performance and lack of motivation. These issues are often looked at from the perspective of the company looking at an individual’s contribution without exploring the real root cause.
This workshop is designed to help HR professionals understand the needs of the diverse team members and to create an environment where employees are driven by a purpose to go to work and enable them to harness their intrinsic motivation and their strengths for more effective performance.
- Understand the concept of happiness at work
- Identify the pillars of positive well-being of employees
- Apply the various strategies of positive psychology
- Recognise the roles that HR professionals and manager can adopt to enhance workplace culture
- The state of employee engagement in organizations
- How can Positive Psychology help organizations
- The PERMA framework to positive well-being
- Strengths and engagement
- Strategies and tools for managers and HR to adopt
- Benchmarking and learning from other organizations
Who Will Benefit
Managers, Executives & new HR Executives who are involved in developing and/or coaching others.
Profile of Trainer
Edwin Sim is the Learning Strategist and founder of 5hue, a learning and organizational development consultancy practice. He has more than 20 years of experience in law enforcement, information and communication technology as well as human and organizational development in Singapore and around the region.
Prior to founding 5hue, Edwin helmed leadership positions in leading training and consultancy firms in Singapore. His passion lies in designing appropriate customized learning interventions that help organizations change and transform. More than 200 organizations have benefited from his insights in delivering practical, “do-able”, simple and yet impactful interventions, especially in the areas of Leadership, Communication, Teamwork, Organizational Change, Sales and Service Improvement.
Edwin adopts a candid, interactive and reflective approach in the classroom, where individuals are encouraged to discover their strengths to make quantum improvement leaps in their performance. For training to deliver results, Edwin believes training must focus on the needs of the organization and be connected with the people being trained. Simply put, he sees his role as helping to prepare people for new roles, redesign established practices and drive company change and culture. Edwin has also been spending his time training in the region and sharing his experience and knowledge with participants from China, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.
A winner of the Leonard Nadler Award for his outstanding leadership, scholarship and service by the George Washington University, Edwin holds a Master of Human Development & Leadership (GWU) and a Bachelor of Business (Marketing) and recently attained a Graduate Diploma in Applied Positive Psychology.
Edwin is certified in the following programs:
- MBTI® Step I & Step II Personality Profiling Practitioner
- Action Learning Coach with World Institute for Action Learning
- Six Sigma Green Belt practitioner
- Facilitator of Edge Leadership programs
- Trainer and assessor under the Workforce Skills Qualification
1 day, 7 hours
An interactive applied learning workshop where you will leave with a call to action.
|Schedule Dates||Duration||SHRI Member||Non-Member|
|14 Nov 17||1 Day||S$300.00||S$380.00||Registration|
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