Training & Coaching

Developing an

Asian Executive Presence

Strong skills knowledge and good work ethics make an excellent professional. But these attributes alone does not put you on the leadership path. It is your executive presence that sets you apart from your peers. 

But there is a problem. 

A lot of executive presence trainings are based on a Western model. The straight-forward, bold manner that works in the West may not work for our Asian culture. This can create a lot of confusion and dilemma in the Asian executive. 

This workshop teaches the 5 components of Executive Presence and how they can be adapted for the Asian business culture so that Asian professionals can present themselves with power, impact and authenticity.

Benefits of this programme

This workshop is designed to equip participants with the following skills effectively,

  • Help high potentials develop an executive presence for themselves that feels authentic. 

  • Become masterful communicators, especially in challenging situations.

  • Exude confidence and poise in cross-cultural business environments. 

Communicate Like a Leader

What is the real secret to an excellent work team? It's not processes, policies or people. 

It's that one influential team leader. Influence is not dictated by the technical proficiency but rather it is how the leader is able to draw out each person's potential and commitment.


The leader with excellent communication skills is able to do this. However, managers constantly struggle in asserting their authority and at the same time keeping camaraderie with the team. 

Benefits of this programme

This programme will give managers and client facing executives powerful and practical skills to help them relay their thoughts and messages with tact, confidence and diplomacy even in sticky situations at work.


They will learn practical skills on how to fully realise their manager identity fully while maintaining rapport with their team. 

Mastering Difficult Conversations at Work

It’s always awkward.


Telling your subordinates that they will not be promoted.

Telling your peers that they need to step up.


What about telling your bosses that they got the strategy wrong? Even the thought of it can cause sleepless nights.

Instinctively, we rather avoid such conversations than face the possibility of confrontation, blame or shut down. We don’t want the situation to get worse than it already is.


But the truth is, as long as we don’t work through the issues, they will only become bigger. And we become increasingly stressed out.

Benefits of this programme

This programme is designed to teach executives highly practical skills and frameworks that will help them manage miscommunications and conflicts in their teams effectively.


Each workshop is contextualised. For example, 

  • Sales recovery conversations

  • Dealing with difficult clients

  • Managers dealing with team performance issues

  • and more...

Great Communicators, Cohesive Teams

The team that works well is always the team that communicates well. If you think about it, all people issues and work related stress could be traced back to poor communication habits.

When individuals of different personalities come together, misunderstandings are bound to arise. We say one thing; the other person hears something else. And despite our best intentions, frustrations and conflicts become inevitable.

Conscious Communication Strategies have been proven to help reduce workplace conflict and anxiety at the workplace. 

Benefits of this programme

This programme is designed to teach teams highly practical powerful communication skills and mindset change that can increase understanding and empathy among team members leading to a more productive and cohesive team. 

Media Training for Key Leaders

Face the media with confidence and flair. Be it print, radio or TV interview, when you are asked to be the face and voice of your organisation, you must know exactly what to say and how to say it. Just as importantly, you must also know what NOT to say.


Media interviews need not be a nerve wrecking. As a spokesperson, you already have all the technical expertise. You just need to learn to relay it in compelling ways that will resonate and captivate your intended audience. You will also need to know how to look media ready, manage your nerves and field tough questions.


There is no such thing as an off-the-cuff media interview because you don’t get second chances. Having media training is your first step towards giving a polished interview each time.

Benefits of this programme

Your spokespersons will come across more confident and poised in an interview as they field tough questions and keep their responses on point and diplomatic. 

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