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The Art of Being Resilient

 

Speaker: Ivan Phua

Date: 07-Aug-19

Time: 11.00am to 12.00am

Exclusively for ITE Business Students only @ITE College Central

 

A resilient individual is able to grow through positive and negative experiences. A resilient person is able to identify challenges and adjust accordingly to help ensure success, which however, does not mean that those who are resilient are always successful.

 

In fact failure is a key aspect of resiliency. The ability however to use adverse situations as learning opportunities allows someone to develop resiliency, grow and plan for future success. A resilient person is able to take obstacles and turn them into opportunities.

 

Agenda:

  • What is resilience
  • Why is it so important?
  • How our mind works
  • Differences between pressure and stress
  • Strategies to improve your resilience

Securing Your Financial Future

 

Speaker: Ivan Phua

Date: 26 Aug 2019 (Monday)

Time: 12.15pm to 1.45pm

Admission: Free

 

You can create personal wealth. It is possible to meet your financial goals. By choosing to budget, save and invest, you can pay off debt, send your child to university, buy a comfortable home, start a business, save for retirement and put money away for rainy days. Through budgeting, saving and investing, building credit and controlling debt, all these goals are within your reach.

 

Agenda

  • Learning the language
  • Budget to Save
  • Save and Invest
  • Build Credit and Control Debt
  • Protect Your Wealth

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Past Events

Facilitation Skills

 

Speaker: Ivan Phua

Date: 23 Jul 2019 (Tuesday)

Time: 12.15pm to 1.45pm

Admission: Free

 

The Facilitation Skills session can help any organization make better decisions. This session will give you an understanding of what facilitation is all about, as well as some tools that you can use to facilitate meetings. A strong understating of how a facilitator can command a room and manage the pace of a meeting will have you on the road to becoming a great facilitator yourself.

 

Agenda

  • Understanding Facilitation
  • Process vs. Content
  • Laying the Groundwork
  • Building Consensus
  • Reaching a Decision Point

Good Posture for Better Health and Better Life

 

Speaker: Dr David Tan (VidaJoie Chiropractic Centre)

Date: 19th July 2019 (Friday)

Time: 6.30pm to 8.00pm

Admission: Free

 

We all know that modern day living has made it impossible for us to keep a good posture, whether it be sitting, standing or walking. To most of us, bad posture gives us pains, discomforts and a less confident outlook. But do we know that it is also responsible for our declining health, almost certainly paving the way for diseases in our body? Your posture also has a direct bearing on your productivity and creativity at work !

 

Agenda:

  • Cause and effects of bad posture
  • How to easily and effectively correct them.
  • Simple office ergonomics as well as exercises that you can do to reverse the ill effects of a bad posture
  • Body’s amazing abilities to bounce back with joy for a better life.

Cultural Diversity

 

Speaker: Ivan Phua

Date: 27th Jun 2019 (Thursday)

Time: 12.15pm to 1.45pm

Admission: Free

 

When managing employees and serving customers, the term ‘diversity’ means all of the significant differences between people, including perceptions of differences, that need to be considered in particular situations and circumstances. Often the most significant differences are the least obvious, such as our thinking styles or beliefs and values. The key in this session is to understand cultural diversity well and to manage it effectively.

Agenda

  • Understanding Culture and Cultural Diversity
  • The 4 Basic Elements of Cross-Cultural Communication
  • Understanding the Process of Cultural Adaptation
  • Developing Organisational and Personal Cultural Competence
  • Competencies for Managing Culturally Diverse Teams

Secrets Of Instant Rapport

 

Speaker: Tylus Lim

Date: 13th Jun 2019 (Wednesday)

Time: 6.30pm to 8.00pm

Admission: Free

 

Having the ability to instantly connect with others and establish solid relationships is a major key factor in achieving personal & professional success. While it is widely believed that people with this ability are ‘just born with it’, truth is: it is a learnable skill — where you can use powerful rapport-building strategies to enjoy connective and mutually-supportive relationships with important people in your life.

The “Secrets Of Instant Rapport” session will arm you with techniques as well as new psychological discoveries that will have you gain interpersonal & relationship success with people.

Agenda

  • How to establish connection and liking with others (even if they are from different backgrounds and have nothing in common with you)
  • What are the hidden brain persuaders that bring out more agreeable responses from people
  • How to create trust in people within the first 10 minutes of meeting them
  • Words and phrases that bring about bonding and closeness with people
  • The ‘Personal Magnetism Skillset’: Invisible persuasion secrets to level up your personal likability and draw others towards you

Cyberspace – What do you know?

 

Speaker: Javen Lim

Date: 29th May 2019 (Wednesday)

Time: 6.30pm to 8.00pm

Admission: Free

 

Internet is very common nowadays.  How much do you know about internet?  Or rather, what do you not know?  How to protect your information or reduce your risk exposures?

Agenda

  • Brief introduction to Cyber attacks that had happened
  • Impact to individuals personally and career
  • Regulations around Cyber Security
  • Technology advancement and impact to Cyber Security
  • Question & Answer

The Five Love Languages

 

Speaker: Ivan Phua

Date: 23rd May 2019 (Thursday)

Time: 12.15pm to 1.45pm

Admission: Free

 

Storybooks and television tell our children that love is a mushy, wonderful thing that’s all butterflies and romance and rainbows. But as adults, we know that loving others—whether a spouse, a family member, a friend or simply your neighbour—is more often an exercise in self-sacrifice and putting others first. Butterflies are optional.

 

In this session, you will discover your primary love language and learn to apply in your relationship with your child. You will also learn how to identify your child’s love language and build bonds with them.

 

Agenda:

  • What is a love language?
  • What are the Five Love Languages?
  • How can we incorporate these into our daily lives?