Master Managing Up and Across

Studies indicate that 75% of employees say that getting things done through others is the most stressful part of their day. However, building relationships upwards, laterally and across in a corporate world is essential to starting your careers in the right direction.

In the 3-hour session, we will explore practical and pragmatic strategies to achieve your objectives through working well with others and your boss.

This workshop is best suited for graduating students in their final- and penultimate-year looking to develop collaborative working relationships to be successful in a corporate environment.

In this workshop you will:

  • Appreciate what it means to build, deepen, and maintain healthy levels of trust that can improve relationships at work
  • Learn how to adapt Social Styles to build rapport effectively
  • Try out a real business scenario where you will develop solutions using Stakeholder Grid
  • Analyse the behaviour of co-workers by understanding their power and interest and make a communications plan to improve engagement

Register by 1 September.

Speakers

Annie Tan

Annie Tan

Founder & Principal Consultant

Annie Tan has over 20 years of leadership and management experience in DBS Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, Fiserv Aspac (Banking Solutions Consulting), 10 years in Human Capital. She holds a Master of Leadership in Organisational Learning and facilitated programmes on Leadership, Professional Development, Performance Management, and Cultural Development across the Asia Pacific region. Annie had worked with many clients in their employee and organisational development journey towards building a well-trained organisation. A Results-based Certified Coach, she works with individuals who aim to enhance their life, work, and career.

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Career Workshops

Date: Monday, 11 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

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