The ability to inspire confidence, convey credibility, communicates effectively, can determine whether someone gets an interview, wins a job opportunity and be promoted.
Through this workshop, you will get to learn how to cultivate and build your confidence and communicate effectively with tested and proven skills & frameworks.
By participating in this workshop, you will get to:
- Understand what communicating effectively and confidently is and its importance
- Identify negative mindsets that may lower your confidence
- Gain an understanding of how others perceive you
- Improve your body language to project confidence and graciousness
- Learn techniques for building credibility in professional scenarios
Register by 1 September.
Jael Chng is the Co-Founder and Chief Problem Solver of My Working Title. She was featured on Channel 5’s current affairs programme ‘Talking Point’ for her perspective on preparing for the future of work. In the recent 2020 Adult Learning Symposium, she addressed 700+ people about the need for critical core skills. She has spoken to thousands of people across different nationalities and age groups on topics about societal, career and personal development. Jael was also conferred the award of being a Women Icon of Asia at the Women Icons Summit & Awards 2019 for her work in starting My Working Title.
Jael is a creative-analytic that fuses design thinking + communications + people development to create solutions. She has experience in marketing communications and management consulting with clients such as P&G, HP and Singapore Government Technology Agency. She also lectures in Ngee Ann Polytechnic and launched a youth entrepreneurship programme in Halogen Foundation Singapore. She advocates for youth talent development in her volunteer work. She also enjoys a good gelato.
Darlene is the Co-Founder and Chief People Developer of My Working Title and has 15 years of experience in learning and leadership development and supply chain management in local, regional and global roles with Procter & Gamble, Halogen Foundation, Unilever and Essilor. She has led initiatives and created programmes to develop management and leadership capabilities across all levels of the organization, to foster individual growth and support the business and societal goals of the organisation.
As a facilitator, Darlene believes that powerful learning experiences can be the engine of strategy execution. She brings to her work both vision and execution, logic and empathy, seriousness and play. Darlene is a certified executive coach and holds an Executive Master’s Degree in Consulting and Coaching for change from INSEAD Business School. She is also certified in Systemic Team Coaching, Lego Serious Play, and is licensed to use assessment tools such as Hogan and Team Connect 360.
Ruth Song is on a mission to help young people discover their career paths and empower them to make choices that will enrich their lives. Currently living her mission as the Career Narrative Designer at My Working Title, Ruth brings 15 years of experience in frontline communications and education.
Ruth has worked with over 1000 business students at Ngee Ann Polytechnic, supporting them in their quest to become confident and ready for the workplace. She designed and delivered face-to-face and remote learning programs for Resume/CV Writing, Interview Skills and LinkedIn Profile Optimisation. She has also facilitated large-scale mock interview exercises, preparing students for the rigour of prestigious internship/job interviews.
A firm believer in infusing technology and fun in her training, Ruth's dynamic energy and a relatable personality have garnered her excellent reviews from participants. She has trained esteemed institutions like Raffles Hotel Singapore, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Temasek Junior College, PayrollServe and NUS Centre for Future Graduates.
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Date: Wednesday, 6 October 2021
Event Time: 10am – 1pm
Faculties: School of Design and Environment, School of Computing, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Target Audience: All non-Business School undergraduate students