LEADERSHIP AND THE WAY TO WORK WITH YOUR MANAGERS SUCCESSFULLY

'Getting to know your manager and his preferences will help you deliver the information the way need it!!'


Intensive Workshop on October 5th - 6th, 2017

Today’s manager must have a more authoritative mindset. In other words, while their role and responsibilities are that of a manager, they must carry the executive presence of a leader that instills commanding confidence in his or her team. Managers need to step-up their game and prepare themselves for the next opportunity that awaits them. If you are a manager who is not investing in yourself for advancement and leadership roles, your relevancy in your organization will diminish.


There are distinct differences between managers and leaders. However, the new workplace is starting to see the interconnectedness of managers and leaders as organizations get leaner. For example, managers are being forced to become more strategic to cast their own vision for course-correction as the marketplace shifts more rapidly and competitive pressure impacts the bottom line faster. As such, managers must become better leaders as the demand for instant results and higher levels of performance are required to navigate the fiercely competitive landscape.


If you are at that stage in your career, or if you believe that you could help someone who is, the following are six proven ways to more rapidly become a better leader in your workplace.


KEY BENEFITS:

  • This powerful management and leadership training will make your transition smoother and more successful.

  • You’ll use what you learn right away. If a tough problem comes up.

  • You’ll know how to handle it. When

  • You’re faced with a crisis, you’ll react with confidence.

  • You’ll be better equipped to keep your people motivated, productive and on target.

  • Solidify your position.

  • Prioritize tasks.

  • Delegate responsibility.

  • Foster accountability and ownership.

  • Motivate people.

  • Coach individuals and teams.

  • Earn trust and respect.

  • Assess skills and weaknesses.

  • Hire and develop staff members.

  • Communicate with peers and superiors.

  • And perform practically every other duty expected of you in your new role.

TOPICS OF TRAINING:

SESSION 1: Stepping into a Leadership role – Are You Fit for Today’s Business?

SESSION 2: What Makes You Unique as a Leader?

SESSION 3: Raising Your Profile as a Leader across the Organization.

SESSION 4: Building a Culture of Achievement.

SESSION 5: Have a Clear Vision.

SESSION 6: Motivation - Ways to Make a Person Feels Needed.

SESSION 7: Planning is one of the Key Management Tools.

SESSION 8: Dealing with One of the Most Distasteful Acts Palatably.

SESSION 9: How to Make Your Job Easier.

SESSION 10: Work With Your Managers Successfully.

Group exercises and discussion.

COACH'S OVERVIEW:

MR. ISSRA SIVAKUL Consultant and Personal Coaching Former Vice President & General Manager, STATS ChipPAC Limited Singapore. Former Vice President & General Manager, HANA Microelectronics PCL (Thailand).

Over 35 extensive years of experience worldwide in both domestic and international electronic components leading companies such as:

  • STATS ChipPAC (SCL), Singapore

  • Cypress Semiconductor, USA

  • Dallah Avco, Saudi Arabia

  • HANA Microelectronics PCL, Thailand

  • Micropolis, Thailand

  • Minebea, Thailand

  • AMD, Thailand

  • Phillips (Signetic) Semiconductor, Thailand

Issra Sivakul served important key positions as Operation Director, Quality Director, Engineering Director, General Manager and Vice President. He highly achieved high performance organization (HPO) with manufacturing excellent program using advance technical tools and techniques i.e. BSC, PSDM for a higher results in proficiency and productivity as well as minimizing operations cost and being able to sustain key performers in the organization with effective career path development program (CPDP).

He used to operate and shut down the plant in Malaysia (SCL) within 2 years with mixed cultures of the employees namely Indian, Malaysian, Chinese and Filipino. Regardless of the diversity, there was no employee moral issue. During his watch, the operation continued to run smoothly and there were no major operational problem. The plant was able to support all of the major customers’ satisfaction until the last day of operation. Major products and employees were transferred to sister plants and other companies successfully.

He can also do very well in expanding the operations (BU), relocating products and production lines among Thailand and overseas. He is one of the experts in leadership training and is invited to share his expertise in many business circulars.

Issra Sivakul graduated with a diploma in engineering from USA, bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from KMITNB, certificate of CFO from Federation of Accounting Professions. He was also a SASIN MM (EMBA) alumnus.

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