22 Feb 2019 (Fri)
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Master the Art of Proactive Thinking and Taking Action at Work

How to Stop Overthinking and go From Reactive to Pro-Active Thinking at Work

Course Information
  Date   22 Feb 2019 (Fri)
       
  Venue   100 Orchard Road, Hotel Concorde
       
  Time   9am to 5pm
       
  Fees   $588 (Excluding GST)
Inclusive of 2 coffee breaks, light refreshments and buffet lunch

Contact Rina 6720 3333
or email:
training@aventisglobal.com

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Proactive Action Versus Reactive Action

Reactive Thinkers do not take initiative and let the situations decide their action. They sail with the tides of life and see themselves as victims of circumstance, unable to change their reactions and thus feeling much less empowered. Being proactive means making an effort to anticipate a situation, ask questions, get into details, clarify doubts beforehand and acting in advance either to prepare for it or to prevent it.

What is Proactive Thinking?

Proactive Thinking involves forecasting a future situation and making a plan of action instead of waiting for events to happen or acting after seeing consequences. It is preparing in advance to take control of future problems that may be appear rather than just adjusting to a situation, waiting for something to happen or depending on someone to take control of the situation.

Go from Reactive to Pro-Active Thinking in just 1 Day

In this high impact 1 Day workshop you will learn the nine techniques embedded by the acronym P.A.C.E.S.E.T.T.E.R© to nurture your heart, body, mind and soul and become highly productive and resourceful. This workshop will show you how you can activate your intrinsic motivation during tough times, achieve every goal that you set and become solution focused instead of being problem-centric. By the end of the workshop you will understand and know what to do to be a dynamic individual in your organization and a great asset that your bosses won’t want to let you go.

Key Takeaways

Overcome Your Fears and Become Insanely Proactive. By the end of the workshop you will be able to:

  • Understand what it takes to be proactive and not reactive
  • Taking Ownership Understand why nobody will tell you what to do
  • Develop effective thinking strategies which can be used in professional lives of supervisors and managers
  • Understand well what you want from your boss and what your boss wants from you
  • Bridging the Performance Gap with effective problem-solving skills
  • Learn to make decisions effectively and confidently
  • Apply the P.A.C.E.S.E.T.T.E.R © strategies to become proactive, productive and resourceful
  • Empowering individuals to use proactive thinking for win-win situation
Testimonials

“Mr Daniel is very engaging and able to communicate ideas clearly. The course is very helpful, can be applied to both life and at work.” Angie Huang - Senior Early Childhood Officer at ECDA

“Trainer was knowledgeable and brought many insights that motivated me. He shared a lot of experiences that was enriching.” Keith Tan - Associate Software Engineer at Government Technology Agency

NLP Master Practitioner: Mr Daniel Theyagu

File written by Adobe Photoshop® 5.2Daniel Theyagu is an Associate Adult Educator (AAE) and Licensed Master Practitioner of NLP®. Daniel is also the Senior Managing Partner of Lateral Solutions Consulting LLP (incorporated since 2005). He has a Master in Education [University of Sheffield]; Bachelor of Laws (Honours) from University of Buckingham and Diploma in English from University of London.

Since 1989, Daniel has conducted training for more than 600 organizations with his participants coming from more than 100 countries.  He has designed and delivered customize training programs in areas of design thinking, crisis management, performance management, emotional intelligence, creative thinking, critical thinking, systems thinking, business and personal ethics. Daniel’s personal productivity programs have been very well received and has enriched the lives of countless individuals from different walks of life.

Daniel is also an adjunct faculty with Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS). For more than two decades, Daniel has conducted Career Transition Workshops for SAF and SPF retiring officers and specialists. Daniel has also regularly conducted Design Thinking workshop for the Armed Forces personnel, banking officers, medical staff and research scientists.

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Please contact Rina(65) 6720 3333 or
email: training@aventisglobal.com

Date 22 Feb 2019 (Fri)
Venue Hotel Concorde, Orchard Road
Time 9.00am to 5.00pm
Fee $588 (exclu GST)
Inclusive of 2 coffee breaks, light refreshments and buffet lunch
Enquiries Please contact Rina(65) 6720 3333 or
email: training@aventisglobal.com

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Course Outline

Module One: Proactive vs Reactive

  • Self-Leadership
  • How a proactive person thinks and act: Before, During and After
  • Self-Efficacy
  • Adapting the Six Essential Human Needs to be Proactive

Module Two: Introduction to the PACESETTER

  • The Power of Behaviour
  • Why people do not want to be proactive?
  • The PACESETTER
  • Build Resiliency
  • Five Easy Steps for the Leader and the Individual

Module Three: Using NLP Presuppositions to be Proactive

  • The Simple Secret to Successful Time Management
  • Using the meta-cognitive model to justify the need for change
  • Identify the What’s in it for Me (WIIIFM) to support and participate to be more proactive
  • The power of presupposition to assist you to be proactive
  • How to neutralize and overcome resistance to change
  • Tools to help the change process

Module Four: Building rapport by using appreciative inquiry to align positive responses to changes when you are proactive

  • Building rapport
  • Appreciative Inquiry
  • The 4D cycle of Appreciative Inquiry