“We are all unique individuals. No one can change completely. We just evolve over time to get along or tolerate each other’s uniqueness”
– Andrew Chow
- Self Discovery and Awareness program. Our individual performance in the corporate world is dependent on our personality and how we evolve to rise up to challenges. Besides knowing our strength and weakness, we need a road map of life improvement to achieve success. Every personality profiling tool in the world will show you who you are. Enneagram will show you how you can improve from one area to the next. With improvement comes a quantum leap in personal performance.
- Knowing Yourself and Others : How to win in life every time. Knowing ourselves is the first step to maximizing our potential. Knowing others equally well will give you the winning edge in establishing rapport with almost anyone in your workplace. As long as you possess the knowledge and wisdom of reading personality, you can win every time in negotiation, meeting a challenge, facing a difficult client or managing your manager’s expectation.
- Team Style and Communication. Have you ever wondered why some teams perform much better than the rest in terms of chemistry and collaboration even though they may not have a strong leader? The secret lies in the combination of personality within the team. If getting the right man for a particular job is important, getting the right group of people to work with each other is paramount to a team’s success. How can you work together while appreciating one another’s differences? The solution is to have Team Belief, leading to Team Building, leading to Team Bonding eventually.
- Managerial and Executive Coaching for Leadership and Succession. Managers who have intimate knowledge and application of Enneagram will become a more effective leader on his own while being a power career coach for his team. You can groom the suitable team member for leadership succession and maximise others in their career potential.
“Knowing Yourself and Others : Hundred Battles. Hundred Won. Both Win!”
– Andrew Chow