Workplace of the Future: Millennials, Innovative thinkers and High Performance
Diverse Teams
Who should attend: Senior and Middle Management, Supervisors, Business Owners and Marketing Managers

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Attracting and Retaining Millennials to Your Organisation

26 NOV'15

Time: 9.30am to 6.00pm

In today's complex and challenging labour market, organisations find it increasingly challenging to attract quality talent. In particular, the Millennials, who are the lifeblood of the growth and future of organisations. They provide energy, enthusiasm and fresh ideas to innovate and take organisations to greater heights.

In this workshop, you will learn strategies and tips on how to attract and retain Millennials to your organisation from successful real case studies.

What you will learn:

  • How to attract young talent in today's competitive market
  • What are Millennials looking out for in a career; is salary important, or work-life flexibility? Find out what Millennials prioritise in their professional lives
  • Understand the "tour of duty" concept that is applicable in today's dynamic job market, and how your organisation can leverage this concept to structure progression and compensation
  • Enhance your existing retention and performance review practices to encourage and motivate your existing Millennial employees
  • Structure your hiring to get your existing employees talking about your organisation and refer their networks as potential hires


Who should attend:
HR professionals, recruiters and hiring managers who are actively building and managing their teams. If you are in a role of management or leadership, you should also attend this workshop to better understand Millennials, what drives them and how you can successfully attract and retain them.
Looi Qin En (Trainer)


Looi Qin En is the Chief Brand Strategist of Training Edge International and Co-founder of Glints. He has empowered more than 1000 employers across diverse industries to hire young talents effectively, reducing their hiring time and costs by more than 30%. He also built and actively curates a local talent community of 12,000+ active job-seekers in Singapore.

Managing Diversity and High Performance Teams

27 NOV'15

Time: 9.30am to 6.00pm

Diversity plays an integral role in the construction of high performance teams in organisations. In this workshop, you will have a greater understanding of workforce diversity and how it relates to achieving organisational performance and outcomes. You will also build skills and knowledge required to manage a diverse workforce as well as to create, implement and support high performance teams.

What you will learn:

  • Understand the value of diversity within your business context
  • Understand how diversity can be a source of global competitive advantage
  • Understand how diversity impacts teams from cultural and linguistic perspectives
  • Enhance skills in managing cross-cultural misunderstandings
  • Gain practical strategies to creating and maintaining high performance teams


Who should attend:

Key staff members of the organisation, business operators, managers and anyone who has a keen willingness to learn and share knowledge.

Mr. Syed B. Shah (Trainer)

Mr. Syed B. Shah is a Senior Consultant with Training Edge International and has an extensive experience over the last 15 years, conducting many public and in-house training courses for leading organisations ranging from SME to Multi-national companies. His areas of interest include small business development, international trade, innovation, risk management and change management. He has travelled the world extensively, delivered hundreds of lectures to students of Technical, Graduate and Post graduate levels. Mr. Shah's practical, hands-on training experience and participative style makes him a well-recognised and respected trainer in a number of countries.

Fostering Innovation: Practical Strategies to Encourage Creativity

30 NOV'15

Time: 9.30am to 6.00pm

Every successful business leader knows that innovation is essential yet faces challenges in creating and sustaining it. In this workshop, you will learn how to apply "Lean" methodologies and analytical methods to big companies, with the sole purpose of showing you how innovation can be effectively engineered. The lessons learnt can be applied to both internal corporate innovation processes and product innovation. If you want to come up with disruptive innovation - instead of being disrupted, join us.

What you will learn:

  • Innovation Myths versus Realities
  • Strategies for implementing "Lean" principles both on a departmental and organisational level
  • Rapid experimentation tactics that can be applied to projects immediately
  • Identify new value creation opportunities based on internal customers’ needs
  • Reduce risk in the process of innovation


Who should attend:

Team leaders and managers who are looking to innovate and deliver exciting value to their stakeholders. If you are in a leadership or management role, you should attend this workshop to understand what innovation is about, how you can foster a culture of innovation and how to measure innovation ROI.

Seah Ying Cong (Trainer)


Seah Ying Cong is a serial entrepreneur who has more than six startup experiences under his belt, many of which are utter failures. The most spectacular failure is Arts'n'Sew, a social enterprise that soared into the news and then soared straight down into startup grave. The experience deepened his business development philosophy, which can be crystallised into "Build, Fail, Learn". As a Vipassana meditator, he believes in the importance of unbiased empirical observations. In business, he advocates making data-driven and insight-guided decisions.

Ticketing Information
Workplace of the Future: Millennials, Innovative thinkers and High Performance Diverse Teams
STJobs Workshop

Attracting and Retaining Millennials to Your Organisation

Thu, 26 Nov 2015, 9.30am - 6.00pm
Early Bird by 20 Nov
Price From 21 Nov
STJobs Workshop

Managing Diversity and High Performance Teams

Fri, 27 Nov 2015, 9.30am - 6.00pm
Early Bird by 21 Nov
Price From 22 Nov
STJobs Workshop

Fostering Innovation: Practical Strategies to Encourage Creativity

Mon, 30 Nov 2015, 9.30am - 6.00pm
Early Bird by 24 Nov
Price From 25 Nov

Bulk Purchase Discounts
2 to 3 tickets
5% off total price
4 to 7 tickets
10% off total price
8 tickets and above
15% off total price
*All prices are inclusive of GST           *All tickets are priced at STJobs Workshops & Seminars member rates.

Our workshops qualify for tax savings under the Productivity and Innovation Credit (PIC) scheme. Take advantage of the 60% Cash Payout or 400% Tax Deduction now. - As announced in Budget 2013, businesses that invest in training for employees under the PIC scheme may qualify for a PIC Bonus. The PIC Bonus gives business a dollar-for-dollar matching cash bonus on top of the existing 400% tax deductions/allowance and or/60% cash payout under the scheme.


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