This workshop focuses on managing your STRENGTHS, and guides you to avoid an excess or blindspot situation. It begins by identifying each person’s basic orientation to life and work. Based on this information, it offers powerful learning strategies for greater personal productivity, increased influence with key people, and more effective teamwork.
This workshop provides pragmatic ways to enhance performance by helping individuals capitalize on the strengths they already possess and appreciate the strengths of others, whether operating in day-to-day mode, or under stress.
LIFO® Method is an established brand and product of more than 40 years from the USA. To-date, it has is a performance improvement technology with numerous applications that leads to increased productivity, communication, and teamwork.
- LIFO® Survey
- Controlling Taking : Action
- Supporting Giving : Excellence
- Conserving Holding : Reason
- Adapting Dealing : Harmony
- Confirming, Capitalising Modeling,
- Supplementing, Extending, and Bridging
- Identifying strengths
- Overcoming blind spots
Who Should Attend?
Senior Management Team, Managers, Assistant Managers, Executives, Sales & Project Teams who are required to lead and interact towards higher work performances.
MARY QUAH has chalked up credible years of working experience in public relations counsel and marketing communications. She has done extensive work to resolve, develop, manage and implement corporate marketing strategies; corporate identity positioning; public relations issues; media relations; exhibition, conference and events organization and management; and crises communications and management for a number of major home-grown companies and MNCs spanning diversified industries.
Mary holds a Bachelor of Arts degree with a Mass Communications major from the National Technological University, Singapore. She is also a Certified Coach and Master Trainer in the LIFO® Method from The Schutz Company, USA - BCon, Japan. LIFO® is short for Life Orientations®. LIFO® Training focuses on Strengths – on what’s right about leaders, teams, and individuals.