Have you ever explained something so clearly to someone, yet they do not seem to understand you? Or vice versa?
Or wonder why the same information can be interpreted differently by different people? Why does this happen?
When communicating with others, or if you would like to persuade or influence decision-making, would you be interested in finding out how “coloured brain” communication can help you build better rapport and facilitate the working relationship?
Did you know that the outcome of our behaviour boils down to our genetic brain colour? Different brain colours will look at the world through their own coloured lenses - this dictates how each acts, reacts, analyses, and problem solves.
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to;
Any individual whose success depends on effective communication and interpersonal skills in any area of work.
Module 1: Get to Know Each Other
Celina Gan has accumulated a vast experience and know-how in working, training and coaching participants from different cultures, work backgrounds and across languages. Celina trains in Europe, Middle East and Asia, working with leading MNCs, the civil service and educational institutions.
Prior to becoming a full time trainer, facilitator and coach, Celina worked in the healthcare and legal industries. She started her career as a registered nurse and midwife in the UK. Celina worked in several NHS hospitals in the UK. She independently ran an Air Force based ante-natal clinic and conducted parent-craft classes in London. Celina trained staff on identifying patient needs, dealing with conflict situations, difficult patients and patient relationship management.
After working within healthcare, Celina undertook legal studies and held positions as Contracts and Commercial Adviser to BP Singapore and worked as a Legal Consultant in the UK, Spain and Malaysia. During this time, Celina headed and managed various legal departments, conducted training workshops and offered consultancy services to international corporations; as well as the educational and public sectors.