WSQ LPM: Decision Making & Self Mastery

LPM-PER-401C-0 Develop Self to Maintain Professional Competence at Managerial Level

 

This unit addresses the skills and knowledge required to work effectively in the role of a manager of team leaders. It covers communicating effectively, influencing decision making and demonstrating a commitment to self development. It is about personal effectiveness.

Competency Elements

This competency unit consists of the following elements:

  1. Communicate effectively
  2. Influence decision making
  3. Demonstrate commitment to self development

Performance Criteria

At the end of the workshop, the participant will be able to perform:

1.1 Delegate responsibilities and duties to team leaders using a variety of communication techniques and behaviours

1.2 Seek feedback from team leaders to enhance team cohesion and ensure common understanding of goals and requirements

1.3 Role model effective communication techniques and behaviours that demonstrate the organisation’s values and ethics

2.1 Contribute to the development of implementation plans to support the strategic priorities and direction of the organisation

2.2 Facilitate the decision making process to ensure support for implementation plans and business strategy

2.3 Influence team leaders to pursue actions which support the achievement of the organisation’s strategic priorities and develop strategic direction

3.1 Undertake self assessment in relation to own performance and leadership style

3.2 Evaluate current and future requirements of own work role in relation to organisational strategies and plans

3.3 Maintain currency of knowledge in required areas of technical and managerial expertise

Intended Audience

Participants of organisational Talent Development / Retention Program / New Manager Program and professionals interested in personal effectiveness.

Methodology

This workshop will be conducted with a good blend of lectures, interaction, case studies, experience sharing and WSQ assessments.

Duration: 2 days

Workshop Fee

1)     First, you need to determine if you want to be Self Sponsored as an individual or enrol under your company. Then determine if your company is an SME or non-SME.

SMEs are defined as:

  • Organisations registered or incorporated in Singapore
  • Employment size (at group level) of not more than 200; OR annual sales turnover (at group level) of not more than S$100 million
  • At least 30% local shareholding being held by Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Trainee must be SC or PR
  • The trainee must be a bona fide employee and fully sponsored. Because of this reason, payment cheque must be issued by this sponsoring company (not personal cheque or holding company or sister companies)

2)     Fees before WSQ funding = $600 / participant

3)     If you are SME,

WDA Funding

  1. If you are a Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident, your course fee subsidy is 90% of the course fees, capped at $50/hr for PME level courses. For this class (15 hours) , this funding works out to be 90% x $600 = $540 /pax.  Your net fee after funding = $600-$540 = $60/pax
  2. If you are 35 or older, and earning $1900 / month or lesser, you can be under the Workfare Training Support (WTS) Scheme, your course fee subsidy is 95% of course fees or $570. Net fee after subsidy is $600 – $570 = $ $30/pax
  3. Your absentee payroll reimbursement is up to 80% of the basic hourly salary, capped at $7.50/hr. This works out to be $7.50 x 16 = $120/pax

4)     If you are non-SME,

WDA Funding:

  1. If you are a Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident and below 40 years old, your Course fee subsidy is 50% of course fees, capped at $15/hr. For the class (15 hours), this funding works out to be $15 x 15 hrs = $225 /pax.  Your net fee after funding = $600 – $225 = $375/pax
  2. If you are 40 years or older, the subsidy is 90% of course fees, capped at $50 / hour for PME level. For the class, this funding works out to be 90% x $600 = $540. Your net fee after funding is $600 – $540 = $60/pax
  3. If you are 35 years or older, and earning $1900 /month or lesser, you can be under the Workfare Training Scheme, the subsidy is 95% of course fees =  $570. Net fee after subsidy is $600 – $570 = $30/pax
  4. Your absentee payroll reimbursement is 80% of the basic hourly salary, capped at $4.50/hr. This works out to be $4.50 x 16 = $72/pax

 

5) If you are enrolling as a Self Sponsored Individual

  1. If you are a Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident and age between 21 to 39 years old, your Course fee subsidy is 50% of course fees, capped at $15/hr. For the class (16 hours), this funding works out to be $15 x 16 hrs = $240 /pax.  Your net fee after funding = $600 – $240 = $360/pax
  2. If you are 40 years or older, the subsidy is 90% of course fees, capped at $50 / hour for PME level. For the class, this funding works out to be 90% x $600 = $540. Your net fee after funding is $600 – $540= $60/pax
  3. If you are 35 years or older, and earning $1900 /month or lesser, you can be under the Workfare Training Scheme, the subsidy is 95% of course fees =  $600 x 95% = $670. Net fee after subsidy is $600-$570= $30/pax

6) In-house Workshop

For 12 to 15 pax, we can deliver an in-house workshop for you

Everest will provide venue + 2 tea-breaks

For 16 to 24 pax, we shall provide venue + 2 tea-breaks + lunch

Individual participants will pay the net fee via SkillsFuture Credit or Personal Cheque

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