48 Hours in Singapore

48 Hours in Singapore

On May 17th and 18th, the DC team attended the Human Resources Summit 2016 in Singapore. On the schedule: a booth at the summit, free trips to Bali to give away, new partnerships, teaching new trainers, meeting old friends and partners, and Arthur’s speech: “Why don’t leadership models work?” Keep reading for more details!

 Program of the Exhibition

 We arrived on Monday, May 16th in Singapore. We worked until late in the night so we would dazzle our visitors!

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On Tuesday, after a quick typical Breakfast Singaporean, let’s start the exhibition! A mountain of speakers and over 50 booths were there from all over Asia and the world. They demonstrated the newest tools in Human Resources and professional training. Crowds of people flocked to learn more about these new technologies.

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Also, thanks to our secret weapon – not 1, not 2, but 3 free trips to Bali to give away – we could show everyone the benefits of DC Psychology and the tools we offer.

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Visitors were really curious about the mind readings that Arthur conducted several times a day.

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The Myth of Leadership Skills

Let’s focus on Arthur’s speech: what did we learn?

The fact is nowadays, leadership training has the lowest transfer rate of all soft skill-training categories. Why? Because leadership is so much more than a “skill” that can be taught.

Instead,individuals should be able to create their own ideal leadership identity.This means focusing on creating Leadership Experiences!

To learn more, here is the link to the full content of the speech: https://directivecommunication.net/leadership-skill-myth/

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Also, we held a special interview with Ava Diamond!

How can you make your organization more successful? Watch this interview with Arthur and Ava Diamond to find out!

You can learn more about Ava on: avadiamond.com

Thank you to Singapore and the Annual Human Resources Summit!

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