It is a new year and the start of new beginnings for the AFC employees who held their Basic Supervisory Skills Seminar last January 11, 2014 at JINLU training room.
It is a day to better know themselves and learn to lead and manage a better organization. A day of new hopes to renew the old habits and learn how to lead for the success of every member of the organization.
The seminar gave them some insights on how to better their day-to-day job as supervisors and heads of their respective units and departments. They have gathered ways to manage their time effectively and built innovative ways to handle their subordinates successfully.
They enjoyed building a tower made out of spaghetti sticks and marshmallows—a game which determined their camaraderie, brains and leadership ability.
The event was a worthwhile thing to invest. As it is a time where everyone is exposed to the different managerial functions and a moment where everyone felt the motivation to learn from others’ story and experiences.
To add thrill to this event, the participants were asked to build a bridge made out of drinking straws with the help of some sticky tapes. They need to blow a number of ping-pong balls from one end of the bridge to another and the group who finishes with the shortest time wins!
With all the things that have been learned,
And with all the things which have been shared…
We hope that you have found,
The molding ground
For inspiring, leading and motivating the people around you!
As the we enter another year, the employees of Asialink Group gathered once again for the year’s first Personality Development Seminar last January 8, 2014 which happened at JINLU training room, AIC Gold Tower.
Once again the participants were able to share and learn things that can change their outlook in life and themselves.
The participants were also able to learn that each one of us have different learning styles and how they can work with people that has a different learning style from them. They also had a better understanding of their own personality type and preferences. That these personality types and preferences can changes through time because of many factors that can affect them.
In this seminar, the participants are also given some messages that can keep them inspired whenever they are facing difficulties in life, to remind them that even if they feel small, worthless or unworthy there are still things that they can be thankful of and that life does not end if people are putting you down.
With all the things that we were able to learn from the participants…
…We hope that they were also able to learn something that can change the way they look at the world and we love to see them in our future seminars.
“Life has many ways of testing a person’s will, either by having nothing happen at all or by having everything happen all at once.” – Paulo Coelho
The participants of this seminar was able to talk about their experiences with the clients that they were able to interact with.
With their own personal experiences of good customer service as well as bad customer service, theparticipants were able to re-enact the things that they will if they are the ones serving their clients.
With all their good acting and excellent participation we hope to see each and everyone of them in our future seminars!
“When he lights his street lamp, it is as if he brought one more star to life, or one flower. When he puts out his lamp, he sends the flower, or the star, to sleep. That is a beautiful occupation. And since it is beautiful, it is truly useful.” – Antoine de Saint-Exupery
Last November 13, 2013 the employees from the Asialink group gathered once again for the last Personality Development seminar of the year 2013.
The participants were able to learn that there are different qualities that can affect the way they learn and perceive things that is happening in their lives.
In this seminar the participants are also able to share to their colleagues the things that they are thankful for and they were able to learn that those little things can make a big difference with their lives.
And with those little changes that made a huge impact in their lives are the things that can help them finish strong.
As we leave 2013 behind, we hope to see all of the participants in our future trainings this coming 2014.
“What is essential is invisible to the eye.” - Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
Last November 8, 2013 employees from the Asialink Group gathered once again for 5S in the Workplace & Telephone Etiquette Seminar, which that was held at room 306, AIC Gold Tower.
This seminar was able to remind the participants about the small things that can help them have a more efficient workflow. Other than having an efficient workflow they were also able to identify and exercise the things they should remember when it comes to handling telephone calls.
With all the things they we’re able to share and learn, we hope to see all of them in our future trainings!
“It is an act often neglected and it means to establish ties.” – Antoine de Saint-Exupery