Why join the workshop?
The ability to think critically is one of the most important skills you can learn in order to effectively address today’s complex business problems. This two-day LeaderShift program aims to examine participant’s thinking process and make better decisions. It begins with asking the right questions, challenging assumptions, and observing others’ viewpoints with greater clarity. As a result, the participants can generate better results in a shorter time by applying these powerful thinking skills to create innovating ideas.
There is always something in the organization that we want to change for the better. But oftentimes the challenge for us, organizational leaders and stakeholders, is turning big ideas into innovations. For the big idea to become a work of innovation, it has to come alive. This is why execution should come hand in hand with innovation. Like what one of our greatest innovators, Thomas Edison, said, “Innovation is 1% and 99% perspiration”.
This LeaderShift workshop is the fourth in a series of four separate but complementary workshops jointly developed by the Inquirer Academy and Salt & Light Ventures. The other modules in the LeaderShift series include:
- LeaderShift module 1: Leader as a PEOPLE MANAGER
- LeaderShift module 2: Leader as a COMMUNICATOR
- LeaderShift module 3: Leader as a PERFORMANCE COACH
Who Should Attend:
This program is designed to provide new and incoming supervisors and managers with all the tools and the right skillsets to jump-start their supervisory/management careers. They will be given specialised instruction and guidance, as well as an evaluation of their performance and progress through the program. The aim is to train high-potential candidates to become high-performance talents recognised and invaluable across their respective organisations.
Learn intelligent innovation by:
Experiencing different examples & real life cases of how innovation has helped organizations progress despite changing environments;
Encouraging the use of innovative & adaptive thinking in process improvement, product development, reinventing business models, and/or overall organizational building;
Instilling creative & collaborative problem solving processes as operating systems among teams and individuals; and
Enabling team members to develop innovation integration projects which they can execute in their respective teams or departments
Oct 6 - 7, 2016