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 teambuilding

2DAYs 1 night

RM 430 PER PAX*

*T&C Applied

DAY 1

9.00 a.m.

10.30 a.m.

  • Pre-context setting – the F1 Challenge*

  • Program briefing and ground rules

  • Introduction to theme and pillars

  • Value of targets – Impossible Juggle*

  • Team formation – Tribal Challenge*

DAY 1

10.45 a.m.

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1.00 p.m.

  • The engine of our business

  • Clarity and the continuous improvement cycle

  • Measure and target (Part I and II of CIC)

  • Change agents – Brazil Crazy!*

  • Action planning

DAY 1

2.00 p.m.

3.00 p.m.

  • The 4 quadrant communication model

  • Assessment 1 and 2 - Identifying styles of communicating

  • The grid - developing your style towards effective relationship building

  • Spider web - shifting into positive action

  • Dyad – hits and misses

DAY 1

3.45 p.m.

5.00 p.m.

  • Applying communication in the workplace and relationships

  • Pen portrait 1 - what others say and do and what is important to them

  • Pen portrait 2 - what we do more of/avoid when interacting with others

  • World café: revealing our blind spots

  • Dyad – strengths and areas of improvement

DAY 1

8.00 p.m.

10.30 p.m.

 

 

  • Indoor or outdoor

  • 2 key activities – Kung Fu Power* and Sniper!* 

DAY 2

9.00 a.m.

10.30 a.m.

 

  • The QSDAT spectrum – controlling vs empowering

  • 1 key activity – Blind Coaching*

  • UGROWs

  • World café: asking questions

  • Active listening techniques

day 2

10.45 a.m.

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1.00 p.m.

  • SARAH and the art of feedback

  • Using BOOST+

  • 1 key activity – speed feedback*

  • Reward (Part III of CIC)

  • Intrinsic and extrinsic

DAY 2

2.00 p.m.

3.00 p.m.

  • Storytelling – Genghis khan

  • The total is greater than the sum of all parts

  • 1 key activity - The XO Game*

  • Debrief on workplace application

  • Dyad - stop, start and continue

DAY 2

3.45 p.m.

5.00 p.m.

  • The #1 element

  • Best decision vs right decision

  • Reflection on learning

  • Acknowledgement

  • Final circle-up 

OBJECTIVE

  • Build effective leadership practices

  • Focus on team goals and not just individual goals

  • Maximize the effectiveness of every team member in an organization

  • Solve problems creatively and make decisions effectively

  • Strengthen supportive relationships with professionalism

  • Be resourceful in any given situation

  • Create outstanding performance from self and others

  • Develop your personal unique leadership style

  • Employ effective inter-personal skills to different types of team members

  • Enhance listening skills and powerful non-verbal skills

  • Focus on goal-oriented outcome

  • Foster a productive environment

  • Identify origins of your present behaviours and remove limiting beliefs about self and others

  • Implement beliefs that build teamwork that works

  • Lead and support with certainty

  • Seize on opportunities in an ever-changing business environment

  • Understand and employ the teamwork process effectively

OUR METHODOLOGY

To change your direction, shift your thinking.

 

However long ago you learnt to ride a bicycle, it’s likely an experience you’ve never forgotten. The skill remains with you today. When was your last corporate training program? How much of what was learnt is actively applied in your business today? Are all that remains the workshop manuals left on your shelf?

 

Our programs are initiatives that last. They encourage new ways of thinking. They open up ways to create extraordinary achievements. We believe individual behavior and attitude contribute significantly to the overall excellence of your organization. So we focus on what really matters.

 

Our unique methodology of combining experiential, instructional and discovery learning, and supported by modern coaching technology, creates powerful shifts in attitudes and behavior that will encourage sustainable change in your organization. These changes make an impact on results where it matters.

 

In our programs, you can expect an extensive use of case studies, debriefing, dyads, facilitated coaching, feedback, games and activities, group discussions, lectures, psychodramas, simulations, story-telling and structured instruments.

summary of activities

JIGSAW F1

  • Accountability

  • Adaptability

  • Clarity

  • Commitment

  • Communication

  • Leadership

  • Organizing Skills

  • Ownership

  • Planning

  • Proactivity

  • Responsibility

  • Rigor

  • Team Effectiveness

This activity will be timed for purpose of rigor and efficiency. Team effectiveness will be benchmarked. Participants are allowed to be seated at random in the room. However, there are pieces of a puzzle that are marked for each of them and these are placed in the room which they have to locate. Once located, they have to look for the remaining pieces which form a bigger picture. These other pieces are held by the other participants. The objective is to get everyone who holds part of the bigger picture to get together, work together, form the picture and get seated in their new groupings. The team that can successfully get this done in the shortest possible time may be rewarded.

IMPOSSIBLE JUGGLE

  • Accountability

  • Adaptability

  • Analytical Thinking

  • Clarity

  • Collaboration

  • Commitment

  • Communication

  • Creativity

  • Decision Making

  • Esprit Ee Corps

  • Focus

  • Leadership

  • Openness

  • Organizing Skills

  • Ownership 

  • Planning

  • Proactivity

  • Problem Solving

  • Rapport

  • Responsibility

  • Rigor

  • Self-awareness

  • Team effectiveness

If there is a will, there is a way. When we are pushed, we can outperform against our perceived capability. Very often, we are boxed in and build barriers around ourselves. When we are challenged, we can use the opportunity to break free from our mental barriers and achieve success which we originally deemed as impossible. Teams are given an object to pass around amongst team members with targeted time. Whenever they achieve results, they are challenged with new demands. When they record the time which to them, is deemed as of utmost possibility, they are challenged yet again to improve on the time until they breakthrough their beliefs about what was originally deemed to be impossible. 

TRIBAL CHALLENGE

  • Accountability, clarity, collaboration, commitment, communication, creativity, esprit de corps, leadership, openness, organizing skills, ownership, presentation skills, resourcefulness, responsibility, rigor and team effectiveness.

Formation of team based on leadership, team name, team values, team flag with their own unique symbol and a haka war cry. Once we have established the formation of team, we can move all teams through the other three major stages of team development ie Storming, Norming and Performing. Every major process following this is designed to specifically draw out important lessons from each stage of the team’s transformation into a high performing team. 

BRAZIL CRAZY

  • Accountability

  • Adaptability

  • Analytical Thinking

  • Clarity

  • Collaboration

  • Commitment

  • Communication

  • Creativity

  • Decision Making

  • Esprit De Corps

  • Focus

  • Leadership

  • Openness

  • Organizing Skills

  • Ownership

  • Planning

  • Presentation Skills

  • Proactivity

  • Problem Solving

  • Rapport

  • Responsibility

  • Rigor

  • Self Awareness

  • Team Effectiveness.

Participants find themselves in a football club and the coach wants them to improve on their league standing. Currently their club is in the middle of the league standing and the coach wants them to improve and move their league position by 5 places. What are your respective MSOPs? What are your Output KPIs? What execution KPIs or Input KPIs need to be in place to bridge the gap between reality and your target? What change agents will be required to move up 5 positions in the league table. Set in a football club scenario, participants learn about setting KPIs and form a clear understanding of what change agents are and how they can execute their workplace tasks effectively to achieve important goals.

KUNG FU POWER

  • Clarity

  • Communication

  • Focus

  • Openness

  • Rapport

  • Self Awareness

Participants stand in their respective teams and design their unique 3-step kung fu stance. Once all teams are ready, a team is picked at random to commence the challenge. The starting team has to demonstrate their stance before indicating the next team to continue the challenge. The second team, once indicated, has to demonstrate the first team’s stance before they demonstrate theirs. Once done, they will indicate the next team to continue. The third team has to demonstrate the first and second teams’ stances before they demonstrate their own. This goes on until a team gets the sequence and stance mixed-up. Robust and fun! Excellent as an energizer to break physical boundaries and establish permission for more physical activities to follow. This can be tweaked as a fully outdoor process.

SNIPER

  • Adaptability

  • Creativity

  • Decision Making

  • Esprit De Corps

  • Focus

  • Leadership

  • Organizing Skills

  • Ownership

  • Planning

  • Proactivity

  • Resourcefulness

  • Rigor

  • Team Effectiveness

Teams strategize amongst themselves and decide who will be their sniper to take down the opposing teams’ snipers. They can use any available resources but these resources cannot come into contact with their opponents. Teams will soon realize the importance of planning and creativity in the midst of solving their problems at hand. At times, dwindling resources for one team will bring out the best in people. At other times, teams will find complacency creeping in when they are on a winning streak. Watch teams progress from passive play to active and creative play as they outwit and outshoot each other in their quest to become sniper kings. A great activity to get to know team members and excellent for context setting as well as an evening activity.

SPEED FEEDBACK

  • Adaptability

  • Clarity

  • Collaboration

  • Commitment

  • Communication

  • Esprit De Corps

  • Focus

  • Leadership

  • Openness

  • Ownership

  • Proactivity

  • Rapport

  • Responsibility

  • Self Awareness

  • Team Effectivenes

This is a simple, meaningful and effective process for the participants to apply BOOST+. Participants stand in front of each other in a face-off. When we begin, one side steps in and starts the feedback process while the other side acknowledges. When done, this side steps back. Then, the other side steps in and starts. After this exchange, the lines are moved and the process is repeated for each new pairing. This is an excellent activity for the participants to learn how to give feedback in a structured and safe manner. Much human essence can be witnessed as participants use the opportunity to share what they may have been longing to do so for a long time. A great tool to considered as well in starting a coaching conversation.

WOW FACTOR

  • Accountability

  • Clarity

  • Collaboration

  • Commitment

  • Communication

  • Decision Making

  • Esprit De Corps

  • Focus

  • Integrity

  • Leadership

  • Openness

  • Ownership

  • Proactivity

  • Rapport

  • Responsibility

  • Self Awarenes

WOW Factors is a powerful activity to drive home the value of contribution. We take on an interesting journey to explore how we can do more to be part of a high performing team, over and above the call of duty. Participants discover exactly how their contributions measure up to the team’s overall standards of excellence. What if your best contribution is only a basic experience to others? What else can you do to create an outstanding experience to others? What else is holding you back from being truly in contribution to others?  What is that gap we need to close to be truly a high performing team? This activity leads to social contracts that are powerfully owned by individuals and openly supported by peers.

REGISTRATION CHALLENGE

  • Accountability, adaptability

  • Clarity

  • Commitment

  • Communication

  • Leadership

  • Organizing Skills

  • Ownership

  • Planning

  • Proactivity

  • Responsibility

  • Rigor

  • Team Effectiveness

In an ever-changing business environment, there are unknown elements and challenges are constant. This requires one to be adaptable to changes. When we are confronted with unexpected changes, we must be able to shift our actions to overcome such challenges. This requires agility, quick thinking, organizing skills and leadership. This activity will be timed for purpose of rigor and efficiency. Team effectiveness will be benchmarked. The list of participants must be sourced from client before the program is to be held. In the list, there must be a column which indicates the calling names of the participants. If pre-grouped, name tags will be placed facing downwards on the chairs arranged according to the grouping list. If not pre-grouped, name tags will then be placed facing downwards on chair formation randomly. One or two representatives will be called into the room and given instructions for the rest of the team. The representatives then leave the room and lead the rest of the team to enter the room. The objective is to get everyone seated on the chairs where their name tags are placed, in the shortest possible time.

TRAINER

Philip, who has over 25 years’ corporate and entrepreneur experience, holds a Master of Management joint degree from The Wharton School, J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management and Chulalongkorn University (Thailand). He is a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF).

 

Armed with his vast experience in corporate management and entrepreneur experience, Philip’s training scope covers coaching, leadership, sales, transformational mindset change and team performance. In sales, he focuses on communication, negotiation and presentation. He brings to his audiences his passion and energy together with a potent mixture of delivery styles in his trainings which include experiential learning, meta-coaching, neuro-semantics and psychodynamics.

 

Philip was the director of leadership programs in AsiaWorks, Asia’s leading large group awareness training (LGAT) company before moving on to manage his own business in consulting, training and coaching. During his term in AsiaWorks, he has designed and conducted numerous leadership coaching and team-building programs for thousands of individuals and corporations. Over the last few years, his audience for training, coaching and development programs includes 3M, ABB, AffinBank, AIG, Alcatel, Alliance, AmBank, Ascott, ASTRO, Bank Negara, BASF, BOH, CGC, Charoen Pokphand Group, Coca-Cola, Coway, Curtin, Daikin, Dell, DHL, FedEx, Fuji Xerox, Great Eastern, GSK, Hewlett-Packard, Hilton, Honda, Huawei, IBM, IJM, Ingram Micro, INTi, IOI, IPG, IPSOS, ISKL, JOS, JTI, Khind, Kimberly-Clark, Marsh, MayBank, MEASAT, Mercedes-Benz, Monash University, MPI Generali, Nokia Siemens, Novartis, OCBC, Olympia, ON Semi, Oracle, Parkson, Petronas, Pfizer, Philips, POS, RHB, Royal Bank of Canada, Sabah Softwoods, Samsung, SAP, Sapura, Sharp, SEGi University, Selangor Properties, SenQ, Servier, Sime Darby, SONY, Southampton University, SP Setia, Standard Chartered, ST Micro, Starbucks, Starcom, Starcruise, Sunway, T-Systems, Taylor’s, Tasek, Telekom, TNB, TNT, Top Glove, Toshiba, Trane, Tricor, U Mobile, UCSI, UMW and UOB. Some of his major international audience includes Amret and CellCard in Cambodia, PT Diamond, PT Tigaraksa Satria and PT Huawei Tech in Indonesia, Servier in Myanmar, Coca-Cola, NCS and SingTel in Singapore, VISA/MasterCard in Vietnam as well as Associated British Food and Heineken in the Asia-Pacific region.

 

In 2007, Philip was elected into office of The AsiaWorks Foundation. In 2011, UCSI appointed Philip as an integral part of its team of elective trainers for their internal faculty trainings and external corporate projects. In 2016, Philip became a certified Heineken trainer for both their Global Sales Academy (GSA) as well as Global Leadership Academy (GLA).

 

Philip is an active community advocate and works in partnership with numerous NGOs in Malaysia and China to create a positive difference in the community he lives in. As part of his personal social responsibilities, he offers his services to conduct teambuilding trainings for various NGOs each year. He is particularly passionate about children and contributes his time and expertise extensively to orphanages and foster homes in his community. He resides in Malaysia and China and finds great joy spending time with his wife and three children.

price

RM 198 per pax 
  • Bayview Hotel Georgetown
  • Lunch 
  • Tea break
  • Award
*Fee is based on minimum 100 pax package