|1||Date: 16th-17th July 2012|
|Venue: Selangor, Malaysia|
The job of the executive staff is to solve problems and make decisions at their level instead of passing everything up to their higher level managers. Executives need to be well trained and prepared with problem-solving and decision-making skills for the benefit of their departments and their organisation. This training in problem solving and decision-making will help executives build confidence in managing problems at the workplace.
Executives, engineers, technical specialist, managers, general managers, directors and entrepreneurs, are encouraged to attend this session.
By the end of the session, you would be able to:
This program will be delivered following Adult Learning approaches and techniques. It will be very hands-on, interactive, challenging and mentally engaging. Participants will be actively involved to facilitate meaningful effective transfer of learning. Combinations of the following learning methods will be applied:
The focus of this section is to expose participants as to how thinking takes place, the different types of thinking and their appropriate applications. Participants will discover how meanings are formed and how stereotype thinking develops and become barriers to different forms of thinking. Different activities will be used to illustrate the different functions of the thinking brain.
Rationale problem solving will be used to reinforce the application of familiar models and to analyse and refine the appropriateness of their application. Limitations of rational problem solving and decision-making will be discussed. Participants will be actively involved in solving problems focusing on rational thinking, skills and techniques for application.
Creative thinking will be the main focus of this section. Participants will be able to realise their individual creativity through various creative problem-solving activities. Barriers to creative thinking will be highlighted and techniques and strategies for overcoming such barriers will be provided through the discovery approach. This section will be activity-based to allow for self-discovery through stimulating the thinking processes.
Maj (Rtd) Michael Chua has a total of 43 years working experience and this is his 25th year as a HRD Trainer. He has conducted training and development programmes for more than 17,600 participants. His prior experience in the public sector provided very rich experiences in people management and development. This vast experience and a passion to help people develop and bring out their potentials is the driving force behind Michael’s drive to pursue excellence in this industry, where learning and helping others learn is a life-long journey
Maj Chua’s philosophy is, "In Helping Others Develop, We Develop Ourselves." Believing in continuous learning for the development of people has motivated him to pursue two Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degrees, one in General Management from the University of Bath U.K. and the other in Human Resource Development (HRD) with a Distinction, from the University of Hull, U.K. He also holds a Diploma in Marketing from the Chartered Institute of Marketing, U.K. Maj Chua is a very qualified, experienced and sought after trainer. He is a Certified Trainer of the American Management Association (AMA). Maj Chua was a lead trainer for the "Certificate of Training Practice" (CTP), a Train the Trainers programme by the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development, U.K. He has also been certified as a trainer by "Persona" and "Eagle’s Nest," two leading training and development organizations in the United States. Maj Chua is a Certified Professional Trainer (CPT) by the Human Resource Development Fund (HRDF). He is also a recipient of Malaysian Institute of Management “Training Excellence Award” 2008 & 2009.
Key assignments undertaken by Maj Chua are, customising training programmes, Train the Trainers, Workshop Facilitation, Management and Supervisory Skills Development. Examples of some areas of training and development provided include Supervisory and Management Skills Development, Interpersonal Relationship Skills Development, Communication Skills, Group Dynamics and Teambuilding, Presentation and Public Speaking Skills.
"It's very good! Knowledable & It will improve in my problem solving decision making skills."
Section Manager, Proton.
"Able to define problem solving, identify type of problems and approaches to problem solving and decision making for a better result."
Section Manager, Proton.
"Very good and can be used on my daily job"
"Overall the course was interesting and give me an open mind in solving problems."
Senior Executive, Proton.
"Overall, the training course is very good and can beneficial me in my work & life."
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|1||Date||16th-17th July 2012|
|Venue||Grand Dorsett Subang Hotel, Selangor, Malaysia.|
|Fees||RM 1590 per pax|
|Early-Bird Due Date||22nd June 2012|
* Fees includes workshop materials, refreshment, lunch and certificate of attendance but excludes Bank charges & VAT per payment.
|Online Registration Bonus||FREE Voucher (for each pax) of|
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