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Synchronized Leadership Development

Tirian Conducts 4-Phase Leadership Development Program in Bali in Four Two-Day Sessions November 2005 – February 2006.


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(11/14/2005)

Tirian - a leading training and consulting company specialising in leadership and team development with offices in Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan, Indonesia, the Middle East and Australia will be conducting a four-phase synchronized leadership development program in Bali between the months of November 2005 and February 2006. Known and respected for their ability to transform theory into practice, Tirian provides its clients with a competitive edge way by combining a contemporary global perspective with a unique personal approach. Tirian works closely with organisations in a broad range of industries and has built up a strong reputation with an exclusive selection of top clientele.

Synchronized Leadership Development Program

Each phase is an independent module of two-day’s duration. Participants can choose any individual module without obligation to complete an earlier or subsequent module. Programs have been designed to benefit managers, team leaders and potential leaders.

Phase I: Developing the Leaders' Mindset – November 24-25, 2005

The first day addresses dynamic interaction and identifying individual leadership strengths and weaknesses through behavioral profiling assessments. The second day helps participants to use their leadership skills to inspire and motivate others; learning to "guide" rather than "direct."

Phase II: Practicing Advanced Task Performance Skills – December 5-6, 2005

Focusing on helping participants take responsibility for organizing both themselves and others, day one seeks to ensure that leadership style and outcomes are aligned, to maximize personal organizational skills, and help create opportunities for the development of the individual. Day two looks at innovative thinking and decision making as well as fostering individual and group creativity. The goals of this module are to help participants develop a creative mindset, unlock individual and group creative potential, and approach issues and problem solving creatively.

Phase III: Managing a Team – January 12-13, 2005

Day one looks at how to promote collaboration within teams in order to achieve group success. Participants will examine how to identify and share a vision, transform individual into group success, and develop the skills needed to communicate for team success. Day two explores how to manage conflict and create harmony in the work environment. Active listening, understanding the dynamics of conflict, and learning how to deal with conflict constructively will all form part of the day's module.

Phase IV: Relating to Clients – February 9-10, 2006

The first day will help participants master the art of presenting by examining how to make clear and well-organized presentations. Good communication techniques, how to know and understand your audience, and methods to develop engaging methods of presentation will be among the subjects reviewed. Day two concentrates on maintaining positive client contact. Participants will learn how to present their product to others, match communication styles to client's needs, and evaluate the client contact experience for ongoing success.

Yoke Darmawan

All four phases will be led by one of Tirian's most respected presenters, Yoke Darmawan. A graduate of Swinburne University in Australia, Yoke has lectured internationally for Tirian over the past five years. Prior to working with Tirian, Yoke had many years experience working with a wide range of industries in Indonesia and internationally. She started her career in a prestigious international advertising agency in Jakarta, before moving to Bali where she served as a public relations and marketing consultant for leading hotels and whereshe also launched an international tourism magazine.

While working with Tirian, Yoke has been exposed to trainings, workshops and seminars for multinational companies in Asia Pacific. Yoke's significant industry experience, across-culture knowledge and charismatic delivery style makes her a gifted presenter in both English and Indonesian. Along with presenting and coordinating programs internationally, Yoke is responsible for program development and delivery in Indonesia.

Program Details

The cost of each 2-day module is Rp. 1,700,000 (approximately US$168) and covers all program costs, two lunches, 4 coffee breaks, program materials and a certificate. Each phase is an independent module with participants able to choose any phase without obligation to complete an earlier or subsequent phase.

All training sessions will be conducted at the Harris Hotel in Kuta. Out of town participants can contact balidiscovery.com for attractive accommodation packages.

These programs have been designed with managers, team leaders and those considered potential future leaders within your organization in mind.

For more information or to reserve a space, contact Tirian at telephone ++62-(0)361-702180 or ++62-(0)361-784 6813. E-mails may be sent via the link provided.



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