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    Date Dec 12, 2017
    Time 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Venue Mandarin Orchard Singapore
    333 Orchard Road
    Singapore 238867
    Fee SGD 600.00
    3 & above: SGD580.00 each
    For Member
    SGD 570
    3 & above: SGD551 each
    NoteBreakfast, two tea breaks and buffet lunch will be served; complimentary car parking coupon will be provided upon request

    Each delegate shall get a selected copy of a book by Khoo Kheng-Hor
    Other Date(s)1) Mar 20, 2018
    2) Jun 26, 2018
    3) Oct 02, 2018
    4) Dec 11, 2018
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    To register via fax, fill in This Form and fax to (65) 6310 5430.
    In the 2,500-year-old book, the Art of War, military strategist Sun Tzu writes: "Invincibility lies in one’s own hands but the enemy’s vulnerability is of his own making."

    In today’s context, this means we have a choice over whether to be successful or not, and thereby have control over whether to succeed or fail. This shall be the theme of this one-day enlightening and entertaining seminar cum interactive, fun-filled workshop, whereby author and internationally-acclaimed speaker KHOO KHENG-HOR will show the delegates how to apply certain key principles from the Art of War to come up with strategies which are necessary for acquiring the competitive edge to become winners. Even if they are already winners, it is still crucial that they do not lapse into complacency but must yet work harder to ensure their winning streak.
    Objective
    By the end of this seminar/workshop, the delegates will develop and/or enhance the "winner’s mindset" to give them the competitive edge, and improve their skill in handling people and situations.
    Outline
    • Introducing Sun Tzu’s Art of War.
    • Why Winners are Winners – Discover the "secrets" that set winners apart from the rest of the crowd.
    • Effective “Generalship” – Identify and cultivate the five crucial habits and avoid the five dangerous faults so as to enhance your leadership qualities..
    • Workshop: Am I a STAR General? – Find out your position for STAR generalship and then decide how to proceed from there.
    • Workshop: Video discussion – Transfer the lessons from an ancient battlefield to today's workplace.
    Who should attend
    Anyone who is responsible for delivering results for his/her corporation, will certainly benefit from this presentation.
    Testimonials
    “You brought to life the concepts first written 2,500 years ago. Your real life executive experiences are both vivid and current. I believe that my team will benefit much from your instruction.”

    Paul Chan - Former Managing Director and Senior Vice President, HP Asia Pacific & Japan

    “It has been a great opportunity for our organization to have heard you...Many of us have, I am sure benefited from your talk…You have come at an appropriate time to give us all new directions and energy to push for a higher level of performance….”
    Tim Nolan - Senior Director, Cisco

    “Your impressive talk dovetailed harmoniously into the theme of our conference and into the outstanding overall image of our event.”
    Charles Chao - Director of Sales, Siemens Nixdorf

    Very knowledgeable, animated and engaging. However, he could have enticed more audience participation & interaction.
    Nan Yang Polytechnic

    The topic was interesting and aligns with many good principles.The trainer was engaging and had many good examples to help us relate better. He practises kaizen despite his vast experience.
    Health Promotion Board

    It is interesting and useful that I can apply in my daily dealing with customers, friends and family members.Suppose to be a very dry subject but Mr Khoo is able to make it in the humorous and inspiring session. Mr Khoo also share many of his personal experiences with the participants.
    JTC Corporation

    Such ancient wisdom is very useful, at the same time refreshing and still highly relevant in today's personal and occupational environment.You get the sense Mr Khoo is driven by his passion to impart whatever knowledge he had on the subject, interwoven with his celebrated life's experience, to a captive audience.
    LTA

    Great coverage. Just enough materials covered for a 1-day seminar. The pace of delivery was perfect. Mr. Khoo Kheng-Hor did a fantastic job because he is very passionate about sharing his thoughts and experience. He was very animated and keeps us engaged
    Singapore Refining Company Pte Ltd

    Topic is very interesting, especially how it is still relevant to modern industry even though the book was written a long time ago. A very animated and dynamic trainer, it was a pleasure to meet him and hear about his experiences. The best part of the course is listening to his personal experiences and sharing that ties in with the learning.
    Citadel Search Pte Ltd
    Khoo Kheng-Hor's Profile
    Khoo Kheng-Hor 'hung up his sword' in 1999 when he was 43 years old, to quit the corporate world for a carefree life in the mountain, with his wife, Judy, and Bandit (a Yorkshire terrier). There, he concentrates on his writing. He has published 27 business and management books (most of which are based on the 500 BC Sun Tzu's Art of War), two Christian books, and four novels, two of which, Taikor and Sifu, were nominated for the 2006 and 2011 International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award.

    After Judy was called home by the Lord in 2007, followed by Bandit in 2010, Khoo, being a sought-after speaker on Sun Tzu's Art of War in contemporary business and management at corporate in-house seminars and conferences, still travels some five to 10 days each month throughout the region to 'suntzunize' his audience.

    As a consultant/trainer to the Singapore Police Force since 1995, he was conferred the rank of a honorary Assistant Superintendent of Police in 1997, and promoted to Deputy Superintendent in 2009

    Those who have been 'suntzunized' come from organizations as diverse as Abex Medical, AIA, Arab-Malaysia Finance, Atlas Copco, AXA, Bonia, Borneo Motors (Toyota), Brunsfield, Canon, Carrier, Cisco Systems, Citibank, Compaq, Contact-Phoenix, Dell, Eastman Kodak, Expeditors, Far East Organization, GE, Gemplus, Hewlett-Packard, ICI Paint, IJM, Infineon Technology, Intel, Inter-Continental Hotels & Resorts, Johnson & Johnson, Keppel Fels, Keppel Shipyard, Mattel, Maybank, Meritius Hotels, Microsoft, Ministry of Defence (Singapore), Ministry of Education (Singapore), National Semiconductors, Nippon Machine Tools, Penfabric, Phoenix-Contact, Prime Minister's Office (Brunei, Malaysia, and Singapore), PSA Corporation, Quantum, Reuters, Sage Software, SAP, Sarawak Economic Development Board, Seagate, Sheraton Hotel Singapore, Siemens Nixdorf, SingTEL, Sun Microsystems, Texchem, Yeo Hiap Seng, and many others.
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