In this current challenging business environment, employing the right individual for the organisation is crucial. Hiring the wrong individual not only have an impact on the cost of operation, but also on the morale, productivity, and efficiency of the organisation.
A critical step in employee selection is the interviewing and selection process. The Competency-based Interview and Selection Technique focuses on the applicant past actions or behaviour in relation to the competencies or skills required for the job applied. Through this method, hiring is more structured and focused; rather than based on guess-work, potential bias or discrimination.Find out more
In today’s complex working world, HR professionals definitely need to be equipped with counselling skills other than just dealing with staff selection, appraisal, training etc. as they also have to handle employee’s grievances, conflicts between employees and poor performance.
These counselling skills would help HR professionals to handle employee’s grievances, conflicts or performance-related problems in ways that not only it rectifies the situation but also increase employee’s productivity. HR professionals would also be able to handle disciplinary matters more competently.Find out more
EI was first defined and established as a construct in psychology back in the 1990s, but interest in it has grown exponentially since then-especially in its application in the workplace. Emotional Intelligence expert Daniel Goleman shares his view on why there is so much interest on EI in the workplace: “The interest in emotional intelligence in the workplace stems from the widespread recognition that these abilities – self-awareness, self-management, empathy and social skill – separate the most successful workers and leaders from the average. This is especially true in roles like the professions and higher-level executives, where everyone is about as smart as everyone else, and how people manage themselves and their relationships gives the best and edge.” (Goleman, 2012).
This one-day programme is packed with practical exercises to raises participant’s EI with higher self-regulation, intrinsic motivation and social skills. They will see how EI applies in their workplace.Find out more
This course provides human resources professional a comprehensive overview of executive compensation. Enables participants to contribute to design a more effective compensation system. Participates will explore best practices for aligning executive pay to business strategy and company goals and for meeting shareholder expectations. You will learn about the impact of COVID-19 on executive compensation and treatments of equity plans in the events of retrenchment. You will get a complimentary summary copy of Singapore CEOs Remuneration report which collated all the listed companies remuneration level for CEOs.Find out more
Many high performing senior managers, leaders and executives find themselves at some point in their careers faced with the challenge of leading a strategically critical, highly visible transformation program. The company needs to move in a new direction, a start-up must professionalise, product and service innovations must be accelerated, costs must be reduced, or competitive positioning can be strengthened. Whatever the business driver, the initiatives born from strategic calls to action will always change the status quo, and sometimes they’ll transform the organisation in very significant ways. This task isn’t simple, familiar or easy, yet often times leaders with no previous experience leading big change are put in charge.
This two-day Leading People through Transformation programme aimed at designing and executing a strategic change or transformation programme to realise mission-critical business objectives.Find out more