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Unlock Your Creativity To Get More Out of Work and Life – Wed, 18th March 2020

According to LinkedIn, one of the most in-demand job skills in 2020 is Creativity. Regardless of how many machines work beside us, it is our innate human skills, such as our Creativity, that will hold the highest value.

At work, Creativity helps you bring new, inventive ideas to the table, and it enables you to be a force for change in your organisation. In your personal life, Creativity allows you to improve your quality of health and life. It helps you deal with uncertainties and personal challenges with swift, decisive action. In one word, Creativity is essential. 

You might think you’re just born “uncreative”, but that’s not true! Creativity is an acquired skill, and this course will prompt you to roll up your sleeves and go hunting for sources of inspiration, act on your curiosity and distil originality. You will learn proven methods and high-impact techniques to unlock your creative side, how you can generate creative ideas and develop solutions that will help you overcome your limitations. 

There’s a creative genius inside of you—you just need to unlock it!

COURSE OBJECTIVE

 In this course, you will learn practical tools and techniques to enhance your creative thinking that can impact all aspects of your life positively —from the professional to the personal.

COURSE OUTLINE

  • Types of creative thinkers – Identify your creative thinking characteristics
  • Classic creativity thinking tools – Applying the tried and tested tools to develop solutions to problems and challenges
  • Multi-sensory creativity thinking techniques – Using the five senses to stimulate the minds
  • Nourishing creativity – Cultivating habits and creating ideal conditions for creativity to flourish
  • Action plan – Building and sustaining the creative thinking muscle

WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR

  • Anyone who thinks they are not a creative thinker but wants to be one
  • Anyone who wants to facilitate creative thinking in their team or workplace
  • Anyone who wants to improve their creativity skills to make a positive difference at work and in their personal lives

METHODOLOGY

This workshop is a creative thinking experience that includes experiential learning exercises, and real-life case study to apply the creative thinking techniques learned.

TESTIMONIAL

“Very knowlegeable and experienced trainer, a pleasure to be guided by her” – Republic Polytechnic

“Very engaging with good variety of activities” –  Aetos Holdings

WHEN

Wed, 18th March 2020 from 9:00 to 17:00 (SGT)

WHERE

Mandarin Orchard Singapore, 333 Orchard Road, Singapore 238867

Master The Habits You Want & Eliminate The Ones You Don’t – Fri, 13th Mar 2020

What makes someone successful at work and in life? Maybe you’d say it’s the excellent critical thinking skills, the rich industry experience, or perhaps the ability to build relationships with others. Chances are, you wouldn’t focus much on habits. Yet research studies revealed that more than 40% of our daily actions are not based on actual conscious decisions but a result of habits. Another research study of close to 1,000 managers found that 97% of us have at least one career-limiting habit, a habit that keeps us from greater success or enjoyment in our career.

Habits can become established without our awareness, or they can be designed and implemented purposefully. Create your habits then your habits create you—so getting your habits right from the outset is a key to a happier, healthier life.

Imagine if the good things you find hard to do become easy.

COURSE OBJECTIVE

In this course, you will understand scientifically proven principles of habit formation, and learn how to create sustainable habits that support productivity, health, and wellbeing using practical and proven techniques.

COURSE OUTLINE

  • Types of habits – Understand the conscious habits and hidden habits
  • Separate the good from the bad – Identify personal triggers and patterns driving individual habits
  • Designing new habits – Step-by-step walkthrough to create a new habit
  • Action Plan – Make habits stick by leveraging small daily actions into huge life accomplishments.

WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR

  • People who want to control and change their habits better
  • The disillusioned, unmotivated, early quitters, burnouts, chronically tired, and those with low self-discipline.

METHODOLOGY

This course is highly experiential and interactive; 30% concepts and 70% practice.

WHEN

Fri, 13th March 2020 from 9:00 to 17:00 (SGT)

WHERE

Mandarin Orchard Singapore, 333 Orchard Road, Singapore 238867

Critical Communications Skills to Catapult Your Career and Life – Thu, 5th Mar 2020

What will the future of work look like? The fact is, regardless of what it’ll be,  communication skills remain at the top of the list of what matters most to employers and recruiters.

Poor communication costs us personally over the long term, in a loss of credibility and a drag on advancement. As individuals, poor communication essentially equals an inability to communicate our value to the team, to the organisation we work for, and to the people in our personal lives.   Poor communication skills can have a detrimental effect in many ways.

Oral and verbal skills are a baseline; we must learn how to use communications skills to connect, inform, persuade, negotiate, coach and inspire. Strong communication skills are a must-have for personal, team and organisational success, and by discovering how to improve ourselves in this area, we can enjoy the widest range of long and short-term benefits.

OBJECTIVE

This course aims to equip you with the critical communication skills to help you advance your career and make life easier.

OUTLINE

  • Understand your communication style
  • Understand the importance of body language and other paralinguistic aspects that impacts the quality of a conversation
  • Learn how to use deep listening as a transformative communication tool
  • Know how to make explicit, interesting & engaging conversation with others
  • Learn the art and science of questioning techniques to promote two-way communication
  • Know how to communicate in a difficult conversation

This course is highly experiential and interactive; 30% concepts and 70% practice.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This course is for anyone who wants to be outstanding communicators at work and in their personal lives

WHEN

Thu, 5th March 2020 from 9.00 to 17.00 (SGT)

WHERE

Mandarin Orchard Singapore, 333 Orchard Road, Singapore 238867

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Critical Communication Skills to Catapult Your Career and Life – Mon, 17th February 2020

What will the future of work look like? The fact is, regardless of what it’ll be,  communication skills remain at the top of the list of what matters most to employers and recruiters.

Poor communication costs us personally over the long term, in a loss of credibility and a drag on advancement. As individuals, poor communication essentially equals an inability to communicate our value to the team, to the organisation we work for, and to the people in our personal lives.   Poor communication skills can have a detrimental effect in many ways.

Oral and verbal skills are a baseline; we must learn how to use communications skills to connect, inform, persuade, negotiate, coach and inspire. Strong communication skills are a must-have for personal, team and organisational success, and by discovering how to improve ourselves in this area, we can enjoy the widest range of long and short-term benefits.

COURSE OBJECTIVE

This course aims to equip you with the critical communication skills to help you advance your career and make life easier.

COURSE OUTLINE

  • Types of habits – Understand the conscious habits and hidden habits
  • Understand your communication style
  • Understand the importance of body language and other paralinguistic aspects that impacts the quality of a conversation
  • Learn how to use deep listening as a transformative communication tool
  • Know how to make explicit, interesting & engaging conversation with others
  • Learn the art and science of questioning techniques to promote two-way communication
  • Know how to communicate in a difficult conversation

WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR

  • Anyone who wants to strengthen relationships with others 
  • Emerging leaders who needs to handle difficult conversations

METHODOLOGY

This course is highly experiential and interactive; 30% concepts and 70% practice.

WHEN

Mon, 10th February 2020 from 9:00 to 17:00 (SGT)

WHERE

Lifelong Learning Institute, 11 Eunos Rd 8, Singapore 408601.

COURSE FEE

S$300 per pax

For group or corporate enquiries, please email us at enquiry@broc.com.sg

Master The Habits You Want & Eliminate The Ones You Don’t – Mon, 10th February 2020

What makes someone successful at work and in life? Maybe you’d say it’s the excellent critical thinking skills, the rich industry experience, or perhaps the ability to build relationships with others. Chances are, you wouldn’t focus much on habits. Yet research studies revealed that more than 40% of our daily actions are not based on actual conscious decisions but a result of habits. Another research study of close to 1,000 managers found that 97% of us have at least one career-limiting habit, a habit that keeps us from greater success or enjoyment in our career.

Habits can become established without our awareness, or they can be designed and implemented purposefully. Create your habits then your habits create you—so getting your habits right from the outset is a key to a happier, healthier life.

Imagine if the good things you find hard to do become easy.

COURSE OBJECTIVE

In this course, you will understand scientifically proven principles of habit formation, and learn how to create sustainable habits that support productivity, health, and wellbeing using practical and proven techniques.

COURSE OUTLINE

  • Types of habits – Understand the conscious habits and hidden habits
  • Separate the good from the bad – Identify personal triggers and patterns driving individual habits
  • Designing new habits – Step-by-step walkthrough to create a new habit
  • Action Plan – Make habits stick by leveraging small daily actions into huge life accomplishments.

WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR

  • People who want to control and change their habits better
  • The disillusioned, unmotivated, early quitters, burnouts, chronically tired, and those with low self-discipline.

METHODOLOGY

This course is highly experiential and interactive; 30% concepts and 70% practice.

WHEN

Mon, 10th February 2020 from 9:00 to 17:00 (SGT)

WHERE

Lifelong Learning Institute, 11 Eunos Rd 8, Singapore 408601.

COURSE FEE

S$300 per pax

For group or corporate enquiries, please email us at enquiry@broc.com.sg