Most people go to work with the view to contributing to the workplace. The drive to work comes from within their hearts and souls. The role of a leader is to create a positive and supportive environment to help people succeed and to draw the best out of them. Apart from addressing external barriers that cause demotivation, understanding what people want for themselves and what they are willing to give to obtain what they want is fundamental.
The 21st Century leaders must respond to new generations of workers, (often referred to as generations X, Y, Z) and a changed social environment that rates receiving timely information, communication and involvement as important. A top-down, “I am the boss” approach no longer works. The leader achieves more by being encouraging and be the coach instead of be a boss. The employees want respect.
Date & Time
Wednesday, 24 November 2021
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
The Hong Kong Management Association,
14/F Fairmont House,
8 Cotton Tree Drive,
Central, Hong Kong
Medium of Instruction
English, which, depending on the needs of participants, may be supplemented with Cantonese or Mandarin
- Motivating Team Members
- How to Get the Best out of People
- How to Maintain Motivation
- Case Studies and Skills Practice
Ms Weelan Ho is the Principal and Director of PGA Consulting Limited (HK) and the Director of Ascent Global Service Pty Limited (Australia). She has significant experience in helping companies create value and improve bottom-line results through Strategy Development, Operations & Sales Improvement, Service Excellence and Organization Cultural Change Programs etc., just to name a few. The clients she has worked with are multinationals, public listed companies, family-owned enterprises and SME across Asia Pacific in multiple industries as well as with the public sector.
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Information at a Glance
Tuition fee for Members:HK$2,780
Tuition fee for Non-members:HK$2,980
Medium of Instruction:English & Chinese
Mode of Instruction:Face-to-face
Due to current COVID-19 situation, the mode of instruction might be changed from face-to-face to online teaching if necessary in the event that face-to-face classes cannot be held. The Association will contact the students concerned with details of such arrangements as necessary.