What Makes People Tick (Part 2)
Unlocking Personality Preferences for Work
Unlock the personality preferences that impact your working relationships and behaviours, and master the language and behavioural techniques to enhance your business relationships.
Online, on Zoom
Have you ever noticed that some people see the glass as half empty and others see it as half full? Have you ever felt that some people see the world as you do and others just don’t? This is because we tend to pay attention to different things, which in turn affects our behaviors.
Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) is a model for studying human behaviour and communication. NLP helps you to understand how people take in, store and process information, giving you a deeper and advanced understanding of human psychology and behaviour.
Drawing from over 30 years of experience, Professor Joel Lee will share with you frameworks and techniques from NLP to identifying what makes people tick. This course provides bite-sized and accessible lessons packed with rich insights to enable you to unlock the personality preferences in yourself and others.
You will learn the personality preferences that impact our working relationships and behaviours. You will learn how to identify these preferences through language and behaviour, and to adapt your language and behaviour to more effectively connect with those preferences. You will be able to apply these techniques immediately to increase your effectiveness in both your business and personal life.
We look forward to you joining us in this course, and taking one step closer to solving the People Puzzle!
What You'll Gain
✅ Understand the foundational pillars of Neuro-Linguistic Programming and how it can improve your professional and personal life.
✅ Learn the personality preferences that impact our working relationships and behaviours.
✅ Learn how to identify personality preferences through language and behaviour.
✅ Learn to adapt your language and behaviour to effectively connect with those preferences.
✅ Be able to apply these techniques immediately to improve the way you build relationships, be it in your business, organisation, or personal life.
✅ Be trained by an award-winning law professor from one of Singapore’s top universities who is a leading figure in the international mediation and negotiation scene.
🧠 Elicitation of Metaprograms
🧠 Utilisation of Metaprograms
🧠 Metaprogram(s) on how one responds to change
🧠 Metaprogram(s) about one's ideal work environment
🧠 Metaprogram(s) about one's flexibility in work
🧠 And other Metaprograms for work!
Who Should Attend
✅ Professionals who want to become more influential and successful in their business communications and relations
✅ Executives, lawyers, teachers, healthcare professionals, or any other profession that relies on connecting with other people on a daily basis
✅ Anyone who is facing difficulties connecting with and understanding other people in your life
✅ Anyone interested in Neuro-Linguistic Programming, or in understanding the psychology behind human behaviour and communication
📚 Trainees should possess a working proficiency of the English language.
📚 No prior professional experience or qualifications are required for this course.
📚 This course is a foundational course to Neuro-Linguistic Programming and rapport building, suitable for anyone interested.
🎓 Trainees must meet the minimum 90% attendance and pass the associated assessment to be awarded a Certificate of Completion.
🎓 The assessment consists of a practical component (small group exercises) and a theoretical component (take-home assessment).
🎓 Trainees who obtain all 4 Certificates of Completion will be certified as "People Puzzle Practitioner: Communication Level 1".
Professor Joel Lee
Training Director & Master Trainer at Peacemakers
Joel Lee is a Professor at the Faculty of Law, the National University of Singapore. Joel co-pioneered the teaching of Negotiation and Mediation in the Singapore Universities and has played a significant role in furthering the development of mediation in Singapore, not just in education but in practice. A graduate of Victoria University of Wellington and Harvard Law Schools, Joel is a partner with CMP-Cambridge (USA) and a principal mediator with the Singapore Mediation Centre.
Joel was a member of the International Mediation Institute's Independent Standards Commission and Intercultural Taskforce and was also a key member of the Ministry of Law’s Working Group on International Commercial Mediation. Joel is presently the founding Chair of the Board of the Singapore International Mediation Institute. He is also a Certified Trainer of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP).
Joel has taught overseas at the University of Copenhagen (Denmark), University of Law, Economics and Science of Aix‐Marseille (Aix‐en‐Provence France) and Anglia Law School (UK) and is the co-editor and co- author of the book "An Asian Perspective on Mediation" and the “Singapore Mediation Handbook”, and the General Editor for the Asian Journal on Mediation. In 2011, Joel was awarded the Outstanding Educator Award which is the National University of Singapore's highest teaching award.
💵 SGD 500 (Early bird rate, until 13 June 2022)
💵 SGD 800 (Regular rate)
💵 Trainees who register for all 4 "The People Puzzle: Communication" modules can obtain a 15% discount - apply "TPPCOMM"* at checkout!
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Trainee Reviews & Testimonials
I am glad to have the opportunity to participate in this course which introduce to us very important skill that we can use in both work and personal aspect. A practical course laying out systematic approach in more effective interaction with others.
I appreciate Prof Joel’s practical approach by linking the course work to how best we can use it in mediation. Kudos to both Prof Joel & Sean for making it interesting and encourages us fellow course participants to practice what we were taught.
Contract Manager, JAB Consulting Pte Ltd
This is such a fun and eye opening workshop which has really enhanced my understanding and awareness to behavioral cues as well as the various preferred filters of people! Very useful application tips to work with each session and a timely break in between to process, practice and hone these new skills. Prof Joel is very knowledgable and an amusing story teller as he shares his rich experiences in practice with us. He keeps the learning fun, interactive and very engaging albeit the online platform, so I am certain it would be much better when these workshops are conducted face to face. So if you are interested to uncover more about what makes people tick, this is definitely a series not to be missed! Highly recommended! 😀
Senior Physiotherapist, HOD, Dover Park Hospice
What Makes People Tick Part 2 dives into more Meta Programs, building on what was learned in Part 1. A highly interactive program, participants get the chance to practice the skills immediately after being taught. The comprehensive handouts are also great ways to learn and revise the material both on the spot and after the session ends. Prof Joel Lee is his usual whimsical self and engages with the audience thoroughly, ensuring all questions are answered and doubts, clarified.
Student, NUS Law
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