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    Event Profile
    Date Aug 24, 2018
    Time 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Venue Mandarin Orchard Singapore
    333 Orchard Road
    Singapore 238867
    Fee
    7% GST will apply
    SGD 490.00
    3 & above: SGD470.00 each
    For Member
    SGD 465.5
    3 & above: SGD446.5 each
    NoteBreakfast, two tea breaks and buffet lunch will be served; complimentary car parking coupon will be provided upon request
    Other Date(s)1) Nov 16, 2018
    2) Feb 28, 2019
    3) Jun 27, 2019
    4) Nov 21, 2019
    Trainer
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    You may reach us via
    T: (65) 9879 6267
    E: info@ccisg.com
    To register via fax, fill in This Form and fax to (65) 6310 5430.
    “Birds of a feather flock together” and yet “In diversity, there is strength” – two somewhat conflicting idioms that imply that people get along with those that are just like them, and yet, some of the strongest relationships are forged by those who are different.

    The “reality” is that each of us is different and your personality and skill sets (like emotional intelligence) alone cannot guarantee successful relationships, it depends on understanding and adapting to the personality of the other party/parties as well. People that get along generally understand each other. It follows then, that having an understanding of personalities (yours and others’) can help you develop good relationships.

    This one day workshop will introduce participants to various universal personality types so that they can develop an understanding of the thoughts and actions of the different personality types. Understanding these personality types allows participants to understand themselves and other better, allowing better relationships to be built.
    Objective
    1. To learn about the 9 personality types of the ENNEAGRAM ™ Spectrum and how they manifest themselves.
    2. To understand that within each personality type, there are sub-personalities that come to the fore in time of stress or in times of relaxation
    3. To recognise that sometimes personalities can be misread and a person’s behaviour may represent a lookalike personality
    4. To develop strategies of dealing with the different personalities to cultivate good relationships
    Outline
    Understanding personalities
    • How are personalities developed?
    • How personalities affect thoughts, feelings and behaviours

    Characteristics of the 9 Types
    • What are the 9 types of the ENNEAGRAM ™ Spectrum of personalities?
    • Can we recognise the types among ourselves and those around us?
    • What is your type? Do you identify with what is said about your personality?

    Variations of the types
    • What are the differences of people with the same personality types (Sub-types)?
    • What are the secondary types (Wings) and how are they manifested?
    • What changes are seen in times of stress or relaxation?

    Knowing me, knowing you
    • How to leverage on the knowledge of personalities to overcome obstacles to relationship building
    • How to deal with the different types
    Who should attend
    This program will benefit virtually anybody as it will offer insights into why people behave the way they do and how we can better understand them. It is especially applicable to all Levels of Management, People Managers, Team Leaders, Supervisors, HR Professionals, Anyone that works in or leads a team or interacts frequently with internal and external customers. .
    Methodology
    • Presentation
    • Group Activities
    • Exercises
    • Discussion
    • Self-evaluation and Introspection
    Sean O’Hara's Profile
    Mr. O’Hara is currently the principal trainer and principal consultant in local company. Previously, he was the consultant Group General Manager for listed company and vice president at local education Institution and training program manager to manage multi-million dollar training program. He was also engaged to conduct corporate training and share his best practices which were implemented worldwide. He also conducted training on cross-cultural management within the Pacific area and the United States and was even invited to train students from Europe and Africa.

    He has developed and delivered programs on Cross-Cultural Management and conducted corporate training for the Ministry of Defence’s (MINDEF), the Singapore General Hospital and a Singapore retail giant, Club 21 and etc, covering the areas of culture, EQ, communication and change management. He has also conducted train-the-trainer sessions in Design Thinking.

    He currently also lectures at the Curtin University Campus in Singapore, Victoria University (VU), Australia as an adjunct lecturer for Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs. He focuses on management subjects and social psychology, which he leverages on when training managerial staff.

    As a former regular Army Officer and Sword winner in the SAF he has always held leadership positions. He has a Master’s degree in International Relations awarded by the prestigious Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy (Tufts University) as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Management (with honours) awarded by the London School of Economics and Political Science (University of London). He also has an Advanced Certificate in Training and Assessment (ACTA) and is a certified “6 Seconds” (TM) EQ practitioner & coach as a well as a certified trainer in the Enneagram Personality Spectrum. He is also a certified Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centred Coach.
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