Monthly Archives: July 2016

Unconventional Methods to Hire Independent Thinkers

Trying to hire independent thinkers can be surprisingly tough in a country where the available workforce is so large. One of the most challenging things about finding independent thinkers is that you cannot measure this trait. You may be able to find a skilled worker, or an educated one, but that’s no guarantee they are

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Public Seminar: Lean Management

From August 24 to 25, we’ll he hosting a 2-day workshop on lean management and how it can benefit your business. The course is ideal for senior executives, managers and leaders from both the manufacturing and service (including banking and finance, logistics, healthcare, government and public service) sectors. We will have special guest speaker, Mike

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How Mindfulness and Communication Creates Better Leaders

It takes a diverse set of skills to be a great leader, such as empathy, intelligence, decisiveness, and mindfulness. Mindfulness is being aware of your surroundings, your team members, and how you perform in the workplace. When someone is a mindful leader, they are fully aware of what is happening in their business, and how

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Public Seminar: Stress and Time Management

Today’s workforce is experiencing job burnout and stress in epidemic proportions. Workers at all levels feel stressed out, insecure, and misunderstood. Many people feel the demands of the workplace, combined with the demands of home, have become too much to handle. Same in handling time, too. Time is money, the saying goes, and lots of

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How to Use Personality Tests to Assemble a Star Team

Each person is different, and personality tests and assessments were developed to get to the root of that difference. We use tools like skill tests to determine why people can handle some situations but not others, predict how different employees will react to crisis, and more. This post goes over how you can use personality

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Public Seminar: Test and Measurement Design 101

On July 26 to 27, we’ll host our seminar-workshop on Test and Measurement Design, which provides the participants with the knowledge, abilities and skills that are needed to carry out an in-depth evaluation of educational and psychological tests and to be able to interpret test scores. Register Now Course participants will develop an appreciation of psychological

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The Importance of Pausing

For career-driven individuals, life seems to always be on fast play. Each day consists of a routine of working from sun up until sun down. Professionals with this kind of lifestyle may run the danger of missing life itself, equating work with what life, once, was. Work, by concept, is good. In fact, it is

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Public Seminar: Change Management

On July 21 to 22, we’ll be hosting our Change Management seminar-workshop that prepares the participants to deal with changes in the workplace. It provides a venue to express their experiences on change, their reactions/responses and strategies on how to deal with change. Moreover, it provides the participants on how an organization should manage change.

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