Special Interest Gathering #1/2015 | Register HERE (Click) or Submit via form shown below.
|Date||23 Jan 2015 (Friday)|
|Time||3pm – 6pm|
Suites 3A02, Menara PJ, AMCORP Trade Centre, No. 18, Jalan Persiaran Barat, 46050 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
|Fee||RM20/pax for member
RM50/pax for non-member
Limited to 20 pax onlyDownload Brcohure
When asked project managers about the skills they need for leading teams and manage stakeholders expectation top of their list was ACTIVE LISTENINGS. The same is true for consultants and business analyts.
Besides listening, have you been asked to give feedback about an occasion, program, proposal, meeting, idea, trip, event, issue and etc? THE ART OF GIVING EFFECTIVE FEEDBACK without being seen as offensive is equally important.
Join us and explore the following:
- Listening versus hearing
- What it takes to be a great listener?
- Barrier to effective listening
- How to give an effective feedback
- Rules of feedback
Lim Lay Kun is a Professional Master of Ceremonies. She has diverse working experience, having been in banking and finance, software development and training industry. Her aptness in organizing and communication skills have given her the opportunities to handle company’s matters from business operation, training, human resources and administration to customer relation.
She is an active member of Toastmasters International, an organization that specialized in the learning of communication and leadership skills. She has served various leadership positions at the Club, Area, Division and District levels. She was the past President of D’Utama Advanced Toastmasters Club and past Division B Governor of District 51.